Detox kitchen hacks that include tips and tricks on how to detox your body, guidance to stick to a diet program and a plan that de-clutter your life!
The key to committing to any diet or program successfully is planning and preparation. One of the easiest ways to ensure you commit to detoxing your body, is to detox your kitchen first. These handy healthy kitchen hacks are a great starting point to de-clutter your home and body! In return, your mind will feel more free, time will be served more efficiently and life blossoms and transforms.
9 Detox Kitchen Hacks that Work
1. Clear the cupboards
Before committing to any new diet it is key that you remove any source of temptation that may well lead you astray. This includes, fizzy pop, junk food, processed foods high in unhealthy oils and salt and foods high in refined sugars. For healthier sugars, use Stevia, maple syrup, honey, coconut sugar, birch xylitol and monk fruit.
2. Write a list
Now you have eliminated all the unhealthy temptations from your kitchen, it’s time to focus on what you can have. Write a clear and concise list of all the things you will need to create your healthful detoxifying meals. Check the cupboards to make a note of what already have to minimize on waste, then compile a list of all the new and exciting ingredients you will incorporate into your new routine. Better still, we have provided you with a clear and concise shopping list to accompany the delicious recipes you will find in this book. Simply print and take it shopping with you, marking off each item as you go.
3. Be snack savvy
Transitioning to a healthier diet is not always easy but that doesn’t mean that treats are entirely off the table. Preparing a batch of homemade healthy snacks can go a long way to easing any new diet stresses and helping you stay on track. We have made this super easy for you by providing some deliciously easy healthful snack recipes throughout this blog to have on hand when hunger strikes.
4. Be travel savvy
Traveling away from home, especially unexpectedly, is every healthy eaters worst nightmare. Getting into the habit of rustling up quick, healthy treats that can be stored in small jars is a great way to ensure you always have a supply of snacks to grab and go, eliminating the need for pit stop binging.
5. Meal prep
Meal prepping is crucial to keep you on track throughout the week, eliminating the excuses or need to buy on the go, fast food or take out. Once you get into a meal prepping routine, healthy homemade lunches and dinners become a breeze. If you have never meal prepped before, check out these chicken meal prep ideas and mason jar salads to get you started along with your recipes and meal plan.
6. Batch cook
Cooking up large batches of healthy fridge/freezer friendly meals is a great way to manage your workload and juggle feeding a family throughout a busy week. Having a nourishing home cooked meal to hand saves time and stress at the end of a long day. Prepare quinoa, rice, and roasted vegetables in bulk and dice all vegetables in advance to have them ready to cook. Cook chicken and fish in bulk to have ready to reheat for week.
7. Hydration Station
Make your kitchen a place to enjoy hydrating and replenishing your body with much needed fluids and electrolytes. Have fun with it by experimenting with different flavored waters infused with nutritious fruits and vegetables.
Here are a few helpful detox water and infused water recipes to help you get started:
- Fruit Infused Detox Water Recipes
- Apple Cider Vinegar Drink
- Detox Water Recipes for Weight Loss and Body Cleanse
- Drinking Lemon Water and It's Benefits
- Lemon Cucumber Mint Water
8. Treat yourself
Invest in kitchen gadgets that make life easier, cleaner and healthier. Swap to non-toxic cookware and BPA free containers. Buy mason jars in a range of sizes for storing portable snacks, granola mix and bars, trail mixes, etc. Purchase a spiralizer and get creative with veggie pasta. And of course, no healthy kitchen is without a good quality blender or food processor for those all-important detox smoothies and soups.
9. Have fun
If your kitchen is a place of dread, stressful cooking, catering for multiple dietary needs and a mountain of dirty dishes, it can be hard to find your motivation. Find ways to involve kids, grandparents or siblings in the food prepping process. Make recipes fun with your own little additions and experiments, play with flavors and combinations, make treats and laugh.
Make the kitchen a place you want to be.
You've got this, friend!
And please share in a comment below how you create detox kitchen hacks in your own home. What is your favorite method that works for you?