Spring is a time when you're more likely to feel motivated to not only clean your house or garden up, but your health too. It can be as simple as eliminating sugar, alcohol, coffee, trans fats, and processed/refined/packaged foods from your diet.
Think along the lines of eating foods that are in their natural unadulterated state - vegetables, fruits, nuts, seeds, legumes and whole grains - preferably organic, to reduce your intake of toxins. Choose a variety of fresh healthy foods of all colours so that you can be assured you're getting a wide range of nutrients. And, drink plenty of water between meals.
Using foods, herbs and spices that support liver function, to assist with detoxification during your spring clean, can also be beneficial - broccoli, brussel sprouts, cabbage, carrots, beetroot, grapefruit, legumes, garlic, onions, reishi mushrooms, tumeric, cold-pressed oils, milk thistle and dandelion.
Enhance your spring clean further by doing daily meditation and yoga.