The liquid diet - Juice Fasting

 

One of the most common and widely used method of detoxification is the juice fasting or also known as juice cleansing, in this regime the person deletes the solid food consumption and practically survives on fruits and vegetables juice for his nutritional survival.


The are quite a few reason for the uptake of this juice diet, spiritual or religious reasons, alleged detoxification, weight loss, as a part of rehabilitation post the indulgence into smoking or or caffeine addiction, binge-eating or excessive soda consumption.


Many believe that this to cure chronic pain, cancer, depression, arthritis, autoimmune diseases and severe infections that are resistant to antibiotics. One of the proven method is the bi-anually of week long periods which synchronize with the nature thus aiding and fastening the process of purification. 


As a known fact, no diet is foolproof, this diet has some issues too. The juice has no fiber, thus flushing out of the slush from intestines. Yet another issue is the is the shelf life of maximum 72hours. Certain juices like grapefruit might interact with drugs causing reactions. And most importantly salt deficiency, as the content is low in fruits and vegetables, it may cause symptoms of headaches, light-headedness and nausea. 

 

 

The best fruits for juice dieting are apples they are packed with antioxidants, reduces cholesterol and boost immunity. Pineapple add a tropical  flavor and have anti-inflammatory, antiviral and antibacterial; might also aid in the dissolution of blood clots; pineapple has a Bromelain protein for good digestion. Papaya is yet another option good for people for with weak digestion. Tomatoes are packed with lycopene which reduces the risk of cancer and cardiovascular diseases. This is great way of detoxification and weight loss. But we should bear in mind about the vitamin and mineral deficiencies; also keep away unhealthy regain of fat after the detox ends!

 

 


 
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