This Ain't Detox, It's Fruit
The body does not need to detox. There is no accumulation of 'toxins' that we have to rid ourselves of. The liver and the kidneys are excellent organs which eliminate bad things from our body readily, quickly and efficiently*.
By all means stop drinking heavily or eating fatty foods or consuming large amounts of caffeine - they can be bad for you. But your body isn't storing any toxins**.
If you're fat and you don't want to be fat, go on a diet. If you have high blood pressure, reduce your amount of caffeine and salt. If you have high cholesterol, perhaps that second pie isn't doing you any favours. If you're constipated, eat more fruit and vegetables.
But don't detox. Because there is no such thing. And certainly don't buy products that 'assist the body to detox'. Because there is no such thing.
"I'm on a liver cleansing diet."
"I do it every year."
"To rid my liver of toxins."
"From the food and alcohol I've been consuming."
"But what toxins?"
"But it doesn't accumulate. You stop drinking and it goes away."
"What about the unnatural stuff in food?"
"Preservatives and stuff."
"Again. Your body doesn't accumulate them. Maybe some preservatives are bad, but just stop eating them."
"But that's what detoxing is. You stop eating the bad stuff."
"No. That's called a healthy diet. Detoxing suggests that there are toxins stored in your body until you eat 43 guavas, a pound of ginger and a small shrub."
"What star sign are you?"
*Unless you have severe liver or kidney disease.
**I have clearly included no references, however Google 'detox myths' and rejoice in the outcome (unless you disagree with me in which case either Google 'Why Detox' or go fuck yourself).