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Fasting Diets made easy
There are lots of reasons why people choose to fast - including for weight loss, cleansing or general long-term health benefits - but whatever the motivation, fasting can still be a challenge, particularly the first time.
The Lemon Detox aims to make your fasting experience easier, helping you to stick with it and get the most from your effort and dedication!
How does it work?
Based on the book The Lemon Detox Diet : Rejuvenation Sensation by Dr KA Beyer, the Lemon Detox involves undertaking short periods of fasting during which you refrain from eating solid foods, and instead simply drink only recommended liquids while you fast.
The original Lemon Detox programme is a “full fast” of typically 5-10 consecutive days, during which you abstain from solid foods to let your digestive system have a rest. There are however various flexible versions that go perfectly with, for example, intermittent fasting approaches like the 5:2.
What are the recommended liquids?
Keeping well hydrated is essential when you fast. So during a typical fasting day, you will drink 6 - 8 glasses of the Lemon Detox drink, plus at least 2 litres of water per day. A cup or two of herbal tea is also good.
What’s in the Lemon Detox Drink?
The Lemon Detox drink is made by simply mixing Madal Bal Natural Tree Syrup – the essential ingredient – with fresh lemon juice, water and a pinch of cayenne pepper. 100% natural ingredients that, together, provide the body with an ideal balance of nutrients and energy while it is fasting, and help to quickly satiate any hunger pangs. Making fasting easier.
Read more at www.lemondetox.com
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