A 21-day detox diet that was designed by Dr.Alejandro Junger, a New York City cardiologist, and leader in the field of integrative medicine, is a 21-day detox diet. The Clean Program helps to restore the ability of the body to heal by reducing the load on the digestive system and delivering specific liver detox nutrients.
For each day of the 21-day program of The Clean Diet Program you will have a liquid meal for breakfast, a solid meal for lunch and a liquid meal for dinner. A special meal replacement shake is recommended for the liquid meals; however, it is possible to substitute this with fresh juices or blended smoothies or soups if desired.
The Clean Diet Program works on three-central pillars:
– Removal of toxins: Dieters are advised to avoid processed food and buy organic foods.
– Restore what’s lacking: Consume nutrient-rich foods (vegetables, fruits, nuts, seeds, legumes) along with supplements to boost availability of depleted nutrients
– Rejuvenate your life: Meditate, even if for only five minutes a day.
Dieters are told that they should have a bowel movement every day even if they have to take a laxative and keep a twelve-hour window between the last meal of one day and breakfast the following day
Drawback of The Clean Diet Program
Use of colonics and laxatives in the diet can lead to electrolyte imbalances.
Review of The Clean Diet Program
The Clean Diet Program provides dieters the opportunity to undertake a detox program causing major disruptions to their regular lifestyle hence could not be followed for long term. Twelve-hour gap between a light liquid dinner and breakfast can often lead to hypo-glycaemia making dieter low in energy and get fatigued faster or even faint.
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