After two weeks, you will feel fresh and great with these do-able tips. A detox without the detox?
All done without colonic irrigation, herbal potions or punishing exercise programs!
Detox. A word usually associated with drug and alcohol programs but in recent times, many people turn to detox diet programs to cleanse the body and liver after punishing food feasts and days of alcohol overload.
Some people use food and drinks like others use drugs and alcohol; food and drink can act as pacifier-relaxants or stimulants. If you've been abusing food and so abusing your own body, get back to basics to help invigorate and refresh your sluggish mistreated body. You can't truly cleanse the liver or purify the body but you can add vitality and freshness that feels like purification.
Take the challenge. Try these tips for at least two weeks and see how you feel.
All 'detox' programs are a social challenge and require more time and commitment in the kitchen.
The side effects from most 'detox' dietary programs include headache, abdominal wind, weight loss, and possible problems with gout and the gall bladder.
Warning: This two-week approach suits anyone who is basically healthy but you are cautioned to seek advice from your own doctor and dietitian before starting any dietary program or major lifestyle changes including this one.
More radical 'detox' programs are not recommended, especially during pregnancy, or if you have a medical condition, a weakened immune system, or are very young or elderly.