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Diet Plans And Menus - Reviewing The Detox Diet

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Diet Plans And Menus - Reviewing The Detox Diet

Author : Levi Reiss   Top Author

Submitted : 2013-12-30 08:38:04    Word Count : 412    Popularity:   Not Rated

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The Detox-Slimming Diet was created to eliminate toxins from your body. It consists of a ten-day detox phase, a stabilization phase that lasts from one to eight weeks, and life-long habits to be acquired. On the first day you get your body used to eating only fruits, vegetables, and grains. On the second and third days you eat only one kind of fruit, but as much as you want. You will have to learn the rules that vary from day to day during the initial phase.

Your diet must include organic fruits and vegetables, fatty fish (three times a week), fiber-rich foods, dried fruit, and oils such as olive or walnut oil. You must drink lots of water. Be sure that you avoid foods which are rich in saturated fats or sugars, white bread, carbonated drinks, prepared foods, meat, and diary products. Eat at least balanced three meals a day. Reduce your stress to reduce toxins. Exercise, for example, walk, run, bicycle, swim, or use cardio-vascular equipment. If you feel tired wait a week before restarting.

During the diet's initial phase begin your day with a glass of 50% lemon juice and 50% hot water. Then do several stretching exercises. Have green tea at breakfast. Write down your weight every day. The detox soup includes celery, green cabbage, bell peppers, onions, tomatoes, leeks, eggplant, and herbs. During the stabilization phase eat five or more fruits or vegetables per day. One meal may include meat or fish. Another meal consists of the detox soup or sliced raw vegetables. During the final, life-long, phase you should eat daily five to seven fruits or vegetables, a portion of cereal, starchy food, or legumes. Each week eat three to four portions of fish and one or two portions of red meat or eggs.

Here is a sample menu that is part of this diet's final phase: For breakfast have a bowl of whole-grain cereal with soy milk, a glass of fresh apple juice, and a tea. Lunch means a green salad, vegetarian lasagna, and half a cantaloupe. For your mid-afternoon snack have an apple. Supper consists of a bowl of soup followed by a piece of chicken breast, ratatouille, a serving of whole-grain rice, and a soy dessert.

A quick glance at the Amazon web site revealed several versions of the Detox Diet book. Some of them are available for the Kindle reader.

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Levi Reiss wrote or co-authored ten computer and Internet books and teaches computers at an Ontario French-language community college. Visit his wine, diet, health, and nutrition website http://www.wineinyourdiet.com and enjoy his general diet and nutrition articles. His major wine website http://www.theworldwidewine.com features weekly reviews of $10 wines.

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