OH MY GOD! I ATE ALOT DURING MY VACATIONS!!!! - POST VACATION DETOX

OH MY GOD! I ATE ALOT DURING MY VACATIONS!!!! - POST VACATION DETOX

By Madhulika Gandhi  on: 04 October 2017
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A systemic cleansing and detox is definitely the way to go after each holiday. It is the key to fight high blood pressure, heart disease, cancer, and other health-related illnesses.

DETOX DRINK WILL INCLUDE-

1. 9 cups of water 

2. 9 leaves of mint leaves

3. 1  tsp of grated giner

4.1 slice of lemon 

5. 1 slice of cucumber with peel

Soak it overnight and strain the next morning , drink in sips the whole day . Follow it three times in the week after the vacation and feel the difference. You not just loose that extra weight but also cleanse your body, mind and soul .

With the detox drink you can enjoy the following food-

Fruits: any and all fresh fruit
Vegetables: any and all fresh vegetables
Fish: fresh, canned in water or olive oil
Lean red meat, chicken (without the skin). Limit to two serves per week.
Legumes: dried or canned, such as kidney beans, chickpeas, lentils
Eggs: preferably organic
Olive oil (preferably extra virgin), Coconut oil (unprocessed)
Nuts: raw unsalted almonds, walnuts, macadamias and cashews
Seeds: raw unsalted sesame, pumpkin and sunflower seeds
Green tea, white tea, weak black tea (decaffeinated)
Water: from one to three litres of water per day

Foods to avoid-

Alcohol
Cigarettes
Milk products (except ? cup unsweetened yoghurt with acidophilus each day)
Sugar, honey, maple syrup, artificial sweeteners
Coffee
Grains: wheat (bread, biscuits, cakes, pasta), rye, barley, oats, spelt and rice
Dried fruit

Note: Don't detox if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, elderly, are underweight or if its  against your health practitioner's recommendation.

 



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 Dietician Madhulika Gandhi, a nutritionist in salt lake Kolkata believes that taking care of the body is very important as it is the only place one lives in . Staying  healthy and fit, will automatically make  a person  more confident, happy and independent. It will shape him  and his life life. Eat well be well eat better feel better. Madhulika  graduated  from st. xaviers college kolkata, and then became a Chartered Accountant from The Institute of chartered accountants of india . But her consciousness towards health and fitness was so much that out of passion and interest  she took up a course on dietetics and nutrition  in VLCC Institute there after. she enjoyed the course so much because it taught her good food, good health and good nutrition is the key to overall wellbeing. she stood first in all her semesters, it was so interesting  that she professionally took it forward and specialised in weight management .
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