Try This 3-Day Detox To Cleanse Your Body From Sugar And Help You Lose Weight
You see a lot of people complaining about gaining weight on their social media accounts every now and then, some of them are eager to enrol themselves to what they call a “balik alindog” program or weight loss and diet programs.
One of the main cause of gaining weight is the over consumption of sugar. Sugar could not juts be found of sweet foods, it is also present in most beverages like soda or juice and even in nutritious food like mango, raisin, honey, and banana.
Although sugar is essential for our body to function, we only need a certain amount of it to utilize our energy. But when we consume high amount of sugar, the rest of it converts to useless fats distributed to our face, hips, thighs, and waist.
Unfortunately, weigh gain is not the only thing that could happen to your body if you consume too much sugar. Sugar rush may also lead to different health problems like headache, fatigue, mental disorientation, yeast infection, sinus problems, sleepiness, hyperactivity, and depression. This may also lead to dangerous conditions like cancer and diabetes.
But the good news is, you can eliminate this excess sugar in your body in no sweat. Just follow this 3-day detox that will surely cleanse your body’s unwanted fats caused by sugar.
Eat the following mixture of food; no more, no less:
Breakfast: Scrambled or boiled egg or one cup of oats with seeds, berried, and almonds.
Snack: One bowl of nuts
Lunch: Chicken breast with medium cooked beans, turnips, carrots, butternut, parsnips, and beets.
Dinner: Salmon with fried mushroom and broccoli or boiled fish with a medium bowl of green beans.
Breakfast: Scrambled or boiled egg or one cup of oats with seeds, berries, and almonds
Snack: One bowl of nuts
Lunch: Shredded green or red cabbage salad with lemon juice, salt, olive oil, carrots and sliced parsley, some grilled zucchini with red and yellow peppers with lemon, thyme, and vinegar dressing.
Dinner: A baked cod with stir-fried bok vchoy and roasted Brussels sprouts and turnips or steam green vegetables and cooked bean soup.
Breakfast: Omelet made out of three eggs with shrimp and salad made out of walnut, reddish, sautéed kale or cup of oats with almonds or berries.
Snack: A bowl of nuts
Lunch: Roasted chicken with onion, black olives, and thyme or roasted chicken thigh with sage, lemon, and rosemary.
Dinner: Penne pasta with brown rice with sauce made out of tomatoes, mushrooms, and basil or vegetables broth celery, onion, carrots, thyme, bay leave, garlic, and mushrooms.