How to Use Vinegar to Detoxify the Liver

Apple Cider Vinegar
Apple cider vinegar on a wooden table with a basket of apples. (Image: fotoedu/iStock/Getty Images)

Apple cider vinegar boasts various healing properties for the skin and blood, as well as liver detoxification properties, according to NaturalNews.com. Detoxification is the removal of harmful environmental toxins that build up in the body, especially in the liver. Apple cider vinegar flushes the liver, improving its natural blood filtration processes and amping up energy levels.

Step 1

Mix 1 to 2 tsp. of apple cider vinegar into one 8-oz. glass of water upon waking. Drink the vinegar mixture down. For taste purposes, you may add honey or other seasonings of your choice.

Step 2

Eat fresh organic fruit or vegetables an hour after drinking the vinegar mixture. Fresh organic produce contains no toxins; therefore the produce will support the detox process and supply needed minerals and nutrients.

Step 3

Add 1 to 2 tsp. of apple cider vinegar to one 8-oz. glass of water an hour before lunch, and drink the mixture.

Step 4

Eat a healthy lunch consisting of plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables. An ideal option is a salad with fresh lettuce, carrots, tomatoes and cucumber. A light vinigarette dressing is allowable.

Step 5

Mix 1 to 2 tsp. of apple cider vinegar with one more 8-oz. glass of water, and drink the mixture an hour before supper.

Step 6

Eat fresh fruits and vegetables at supper along with whole grain pasta or bread and cheese. Avoid meats, which can contain growth hormones and other toxins and are harder to digest, defeating the purpose of your diet. Continue your detox for several days, if desired.

Things You'll Need

  • 8 oz. filtered water

  • 1 to 2 tsp. apple cider vinegar (unpurified)

  • Fresh fruits and vegetables

Tip

Drink plenty of water during your detox to avoid dehydration.

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