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I want to do a sort of detoxification diet for about a month. I feel sluggish, slow and generally bad. I'm pretty sure it has to do with the food I eat (or lack thereof). I want to give my system a break and sort of start fresh to get myself back up to speed.
I am thinking of a diet consisting of fruits, vegetables, grains, nuts&seeds, herbs, sea salt, and olive oil. The diet is pretty much no meat, no animal products, and no processed foods (except the salt and oil if you count them).
This will probably be much healthier than my current diet, because the only thing I can get full off of are things that grow from the ground.
Any opinions on this diet or any tips on helping the detoxification process are highly appreciated.
Tell me what you think
Last edited by ddcmod; 01-08-2011 at 05:35 AM.
Good describing Robert. Daniel's book is very useful for dieting. It depend on religion. Many religious are vegetarian. It's main thing. You can read Daniel's book foe your experience. Thanks.
Your plan can include:
* Fruit – your plan can include any fruit including fresh, frozen, dried or canned in natural fruit juice. This includes apples, bananas, pears, oranges, grapefruit, satsumas, sultanas, raisins, pineapple, mango, kiwi fruit, strawberries, raspberries, blackcurrants, nectarines, peaches, melons, star fruit etc
* Fruit juice – either make homemade fruit juices or smoothies from fresh fruit, or drink ready-made juices. Make sure ready-made juices are labelled as being ‘pure’ or ‘unsweetened’.
* Vegetables – eat any vegetables including fresh, frozen or canned in water (without salt added). This includes carrots, onions, turnip, swede, sprouts, cabbage, peppers, mushrooms, sweetcorn, peppers, leeks, courgettes, broccoli, cauliflower, salad, tomatoes, cucumber, spring onions etc
* Beans and lentils – eat any beans, including those that have been dried or canned in water. This includes red kidney, haricot, cannellini, butter, black eye, pinto, red lentils, green lentils and brown lentils
* Tofu and Quorn
* Oats – sprinkle oats over fresh fruit or use to make porridge, sweetened with honey and fresh fruit
* Potatoes – all types
* Brown rice and rice noodles