Categories: Detox

Preparing for Detox

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Going on a detox diet may seem exhausting at first, as there are various diets in books and online, which only makes choosing the best diet harder and harder, and since homemade simple detox diets are becoming more popular, you could easily lose your initial purpose; detoxification. For you must focus on whole and unprocessed foods that nurture your body and cleanse your body one step at a time.

You can gradually prepare for your detox diet in a manner that would stop you from drifting into bad health habits by sticking to a reasonable plan that encourages you to abide to health basics and leaves a long-term effect on your health.

To avoid the common body reactions toward detox, such as nausea and headaches, you can stay away from sugar, processed foods and artificial sweeteners in the couple of days before your detox begin and in case you’re not completely willing to give up caffeine, switch to lower-caffeine drinks like green tea, white tea, or matcha.

During this preparation phase, you can also start planning your week’s meals, as the existence of an organized plan efficiently helps you stick to your goal and not go astray later on, this phase can also be used to get rid of any foods and drinks that could tempt you off your main course.

And for detox beginners who work during weekdays, it’s highly recommended that you start with your diet at the end of your work week (on a Thursday for example), thus allowing your body to adjust throughout the first days of your diet, which are usually the most difficult.

Finally, it’s really important to drink plenty of water whether before or during detox, as water helps cleansing the body from toxins.

Reference:

  • verywell.com
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