Saturday, November 7, 2015

Detox Diet: Truth and Consequence (part 1 of 2)

Your favorite Hollywood stars have done it; and in just a few days, they have lost several pounds. So, here you are, wanting to shed off those pounds – fast. So you do your research on the matter, and you even consult practitioners who may have knowledge on the topic. You are on the verge of trying this new fad diet. But is it really safe?

Is it worth all the starvation? Is the detox diet really the answer to your weight problems? If you are leaning towards the affirmative, you may want to read this article to know the truth and the consequence of committing yourself into a strict detox diet.

As the name implies, the detox diet detoxifies or cleanses the body by helping it get rid of all the chemicals and toxins that may harm our internal system. This is usually done by drinking a lot of water and liquids and eating lots of vegetables and fruits while staying away from solid foods. The main idea of this diet is to flush out all the bad stuff from the body, thus in the process, leaving the body fresh and clean and free from unwanted toxins. This regimen is just a form of fasting, wherein an individual is restricted to eat certain foods for a couple of days, and these foods should only be moderately reintroduced into the system after a few days.

Proponents of the detox diet maintain that this therapy can bring so much good effects. They say that this diet would allow a person to be more energetic and more fully conscious. They further allege that because toxins are eliminated from the body, an individual may feel healthier and lighter. However, one thing that they the proponents of this diet had failed to show is the scientific proof and basis that may support all their claims.

They were not able to present evidence that the diet really does help in the elimination of toxins from the body, and if it really does, there was no substantiation as to the effects of elimination of these toxins.

The detox diet would really introduce you into a diet wherein you would consume foods that are good for your health; however at the same time, you may also lack some nutrients because you might be restricted to eating just vegetables and fruits. The nutrients that you may get from meat and other animal products will not be compensated. Thus, if you are an active person, you may not be fueled enough to keep up with your liveliness, then the diet becomes risky.

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