Post Game Detox

It’s Super Bowl Sunday in the good old US. Now if you are asking me whether I watch it… No.

I am not a real fan of American football, but I do know the rules and have family members that watch it religiously.

I prefer my footballers like Neymar who gets hit by ghosts on the field and cry when the wind passes. But there are also people like Manuel Neuer who shine in the most beautiful ways.

But let’s fast forward a few hours to where you are regretting eating so much and probably shouldn’t have had that beer. First I would like to tell you to relax. Weight gained can be lost with the right methods and a consistent action plan. Take a moment to breathe. You messed up, so what? I overeat all the time but I am gradually learning to watch my intake of food and to see how my body reacts to consistent progress.

This detox has a few spices in it that will help your muscles relax and naturally calm your body. It also helps your gut with all the bloating you might have.

I recommend taking this detox with some water, this will help your system adjust before the effects hit you.

Would you like to know what the ingredients are?

Can you guess?

You may have used them before in your cooking.

Okay, okay I’ll tell you.

But first a note of caution.

Note of Caution

If you have diabetes then I suggest you remove the cinnamon. You can use grounded cloves as it gives a similar taste and smells delicious.

If you have never taken a detox before then please introduce this slowly to your system in order to reduce the effect.

You are totally allowed to change this detox to fit your dietary needs so feel free to play around with it.


3 cloves of garlic

1 tsp turmeric

1/4 tsp cinnamon

1/8 tsp cayenne

1/3 cup of grated ginger

1 banana

1 cup of 100 mango juice

1/2 cup of raspberries (You can use whatever berries you have.)

1 tsp lemon juice


  1. Place all your ingredients into your favorite blender.
  2. You know the drill, blend until smooth
  3. You can be bold and drink all of this in one sitting or break it up over the next few days.
  4. It’s best-served cold or room temperature.

3 Comments Add yours

  1. emahwriter says:

    It looks nice. The only detox I’ve ever taken looks horrible and tastes like hell itself. This detox looks like something I’d want to make just for the fun of it.


    1. jjnibbs says:

      I don’t think a detox should taste horrible and I would hate to taste one that looked horrible and tasted horrible as well. If you give it a try let me know the results.

      Liked by 1 person

      1. emahwriter says:

        Okay. Will do.


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