Use one Tablespoon of [Olive Oil + Apple cider Vinegar + Lemon Juice] + a dash of Cayaane Pepper on your salads daily. Add Lemon to your water daily.

You can also use Milk Thistle to detox your liver every quarter.

Avoiding food additives, medications, pesticides is the best way to protect your liver health and avoid overload.
Detoxification diets, just like other types of diets, vary in their approach. While some limit a person to filtered or distilled water for a day or two of fasting, others may have their own special concoctions (lemon juice, herbs, high fiber, others) and allow a narrow range of fruit, vegetables, nutritional drinks and vitamins. Some even advise laxatives, enemas or colonics in an attempt to rid the body of toxins. These diets can last several days or several weeks. Solid foods are often discouraged during the majority of the diet, and are slowly reintroduced when the detox phase is completed.

Many proponents of detox diets support the view that our bodies are exposed to and accumulate toxins in everyday life. This may occur from the foods we eat (highly processed or others containing chemicals, preservatives, hormones, antibiotics, etc.), liquids we drink (refined sugars, artificial sweeteners, chemicals, other additives), air we breathe (air pollutants), cosmetics we use, and the indoor or outdoor environments in which we live and work. As a result, they theorize the toxins end up accumulating in our bodies (liver, skin, hair, fatty tissue, digestive, lymph and other systems), leading to a loss of energy, health problems (acne, arthritis, depression, headaches, others) and a decreased quality of life. So, their hope is to help a person feel better by utilizing various (and scientifically unproved) methods to rid our bodies of these potentially harmful substances.

Author's Bio: 

Dr. George Grant, Ph.D., I.M.D.
Specialist in Integrative Medicine