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Best Foods to Eat After a Binge

Eat This, Not That! Logo By © Provided by Eat This, Not That! of Eat This, Not That! | Slide 1 of 13: <p>By Sharon Feiereisen</p><p>The inside of your body is like the outside of your cat: It needs no help in cleaning itself, and, quite frankly, it doesn’t take too well to your attempts to pitch in. A simple, healthy diet—one that’s high in fiber and low in sugar, preservatives, and unhealthy fats—is all that’s needed to keep your body’s interior as smooth and sleek as the day it rolled off the assembly line.</p><p>But that doesn’t mean the occasional boost isn’t helpful, especially when you’ve been overindulging in your bad habits of choice. Here are twelve foods that can help your body recover from an excess of abuse, from the book Zero Sugar Diet. And to discover even more stomach-slimming tips, check out these <a href="http://www.eatthis.com/best-ways-to-speed-up-your-metabolism">55 Best Ways to Boost Your Metabolism</a>! Here’s to giving your digestive system a healthy makeover.</p>

Best Foods to Eat After a Binge

The inside of your body is like the outside of your cat: It needs no help in cleaning itself, and, quite frankly, it doesn’t take too well to your attempts to pitch in. A simple, healthy diet—one that’s high in fiber and low in sugar, preservatives, and unhealthy fats—is all that’s needed to keep your body’s interior as smooth and sleek as the day it rolled off the assembly line.

But that doesn’t mean the occasional boost isn’t helpful, especially when you’ve been overindulging in your bad habits of choice. Here are twelve foods that can help your body recover from an excess of abuse, from the book Zero Sugar Diet. 

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