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Post-holiday detox: Foods and habits for recovery

Christmas festivities are often accompanied by hearty meals and sometimes indulgent overindulgence. After enjoying these celebrations, it is normal to feel the need for a gentle detox to restore balance. Here are some tips on how to do a post-holiday detox:


Detoxing through food: Detoxing doesn't mean starving yourself. Opt for fibre-rich foods, such as fruits, vegetables and whole grains. Also, consider taking fibre supplements available at our pharmacy. They help cleanse the digestive system and provide essential nutrients for recovery.



Hydration: Your best ally. Water is key to any detox. It helps flush toxins from the body and helps restore hydration after holidays when alcoholic beverages and salty foods are common. You can supplement your hydration with Electrolit, available from our pharmacy.


Detoxifying teas and herbal teas: Incorporate detoxifying infusions and teas into your daily routine. Green tea, dandelion and peppermint are known for their detoxifying and digestive properties. Find a variety of options in our herbal teas section or natural products such as Milk Thistle or AminoDetox.


Moderate exercise: Don't underestimate the power of exercise. Light walking, yoga sessions or gentle exercise can stimulate circulation and speed up the detoxification process.


Rest and sleep: Give your body the time it needs to recover. Good rest and restorative sleep are essential to restore energy and strengthen the immune system. We recommend MelatoPlus from LaviGor Laboratories.


Remember that post-holiday detox is not about deprivation, it's about giving your body what it needs to function optimally. Start the year feeling refreshed and revitalised!

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