Citrus is a type of fruit that is perfectly compatible with any food routine that allows the body to purify. It must be borne in mind that, in addition to eliminating toxins, the purpose of detox diets is to keep the body healthy.

In this way, citrus fruits become an invaluable complement thanks to their excellent antioxidant properties, essential when it comes to helping protect us against all those harmful substances that can contribute to accelerating a premature aging process. In the following, we are going to outline a detoxifying regimen that revolves around the use of these types of foods.

Preparation of a detox diet with citrus

  1. Day 1: for breakfast a low-fat yogurt with whole grains, two slices of toasted whole wheat bread with a little low-calorie jam and a glass of orange and grapefruit juice; for lunch, a grilled chicken breast with lemon juice, a watercress salad, a low-fat yogurt and a kiwi; in the snack a green tea with skimmed milk and two slices of low-calorie cheese; at dinner a small fillet of pork loin, a salad with tomato, a tangerine and a low-fat yogurt.
  2. Day 2: for breakfast an infusion of horsetail, a glass of grapefruit and orange juice and a pear; for lunch a tuna salad, watercress, lemon, pepper and olive oil vinaigrette and a portion of baked vegetable panache; at snack a fruit salad; at dinner two cups of vegetable broth, a bowl of brown rice with a portion of low-calorie cheese and a grapefruit.
  3. Day 3: for breakfast two slices of low-calorie cheese, a hard-boiled egg and natural orange juice; for lunch, a defatted veal fillet in the oven seasoned with two tablespoons of diet milk cream and two tablespoons of natural orange juice, and a watercress salad with lemon, oil and salt; in the snack a low-calorie gelatin; at dinner a shrimp salad and squid rings and a kiwi.


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