Detox Recipe – Experience Detoxing This Week!
Detox recipes are in great demand at the moment. It seems that many now realise the benefits of giving their body’s a rest from trash foods and drinks. Detox diets though are not for all and it is strongly suggested that you consult your doctor before even contemplating ant detox diet.
A one week detox diet plan will not only leave you feeling cleansed but also help you lose a few pounds. This 1 week detox diet plan is for those who perhaps have never tried any form of detox diet plan before. This plan should not leave you hungry, and as you can eat fish and potatoes you should not feel sapped of energy whilst detoxifying. Before though attempting this detox plan or any diet plan it is always a good idea to visit your doctor.
So what can you eat and drink on the 1 week detox diet plan? Well as I have already stated this is not an ultra strict fruit only detox diet plan. You can though only drink water, pure fruit juice and juices make from combinations of fruits so a decent juicer would be a good investment. You must not drink any tea, coffee, alcohol or any soda drinks such as cola etc whilst on the 1 week detox diet plan.
You can eat potatoes, fresh fish, vegetable and cereals so with a little imagination you can have many decent meals throughout the week.
To give you a better understanding of your meals for the week let me help you by giving you your meal plan for day 1.
Breakfast – Muesli must not contain any added sugar.
Lunch – Grilled Fresh Fish – Any fresh fish grilled. Serve with Jacket Potato or salad
Dinner – Sweet and Sour Stir Fry with chopped vegetables such as onions, peppers, sweet corn and mushrooms. Add canned pineapple, canned tomatoes, tomato purée, white wine vinegar and honey. Bring to the boil and simmer until the sauce has thickened. Serve with brown rice.
Drinks – Any pure fruit juice or water.
Snacks – Fresh fruit, salad, natural yoghurt, and plain popcorn unsalted nuts and seeds
As you can even eat snacks you will find the 1 week detox diet plan easy to complete and you should feel energised when you have completed the detox.
As you can see from the above meal plan you don’t need to starve yourself as part of the detoxification process. Abstaining from junk and process foods together with replacing drinks such as coffee and alcohol with water and fresh juices will leave you feeling revitalised.
Detox diets such as the lemon drink detox are very difficult to complete as you have to completely forgo solid foods and your calorie intake is reduced to what I believe is an unhealthy level. Healthy detox recipes are favoured by many of the dietary experts. It is common for many to feel weak and perhaps even light headed during the first few days of a detox regime. These symptoms often pass after a few days