YOUR ALL-PURPOSE, POST-HOLIDAY “DETOX” PLAN

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You may be in a group of people that are perfect in taking care of themselves and watching what they eat. But sometimes you can’t stop and you just keep eating even if you are already full.

Then you stuff yourself with food and overeat. It happens to all of us especially on celebrations like birthdays, weddings and holydays. And then the consequences start to come out. Firs we are struck by guilty conscious, we feel bad that we ate so much food and we regret it. But there can also be more serious consequences like cramps, sickness, dizziness and increased blood pressure. There are some simple rules that can help you recover from these situations.

YOUR ALL-PURPOSE, POST-HOLIDAY “DETOX” PLAN

WHAT TO DRINK

Water is your best friend when you find yourself in this situation. You need to clean your body fast and therefore you need more water than usual, especially before you go to bed. Don’t wait to feel thirsty, drink water before your tongue and throat are dry to prevent dehydration. Herbal teas can be also useful because of their diuretic effect and the ability to speed up digestion.

WHAT NOT TO DRINK
Stay away from coffee and fruit juices. Coffee contains caffeine that can even worsen the situation and you may start feeling tremor. Fruit juices especially citrus have bad influence on upset stomach.

WHAT TO EAT
A lot of people try not to eat anything after holydays, but that can harm you more than it can help. You need a light breakfast like a piece of bread with butter and a cup of unsweetened tea. During the day you need to eat meals like soup, vegetables, salad. Yogurt can also help because it contains pro biotic that improve digestion.

WHAT NOT TO EAT
Avoid greasy, spicy and salted food at least until you feel better.

EXERCISE
Controlled diet can help you recover from overeating and physical activity can speed up the process. Dehydrated and tired body is prone to cardio vascular problems. Therefore walking and hiking in nature have very positive effect. That way you will also provide more oxygen that will help digestive organs and faster recovery.

FAST POST HOLIDAY DETOX PLAN

Day 1:

Breakfast:
250 ml fresh squeezed orange juice
150 grams fruit salad and 4 dried plums
A cup of mint tea with 2 teaspoons of honey.

Snack

2 tangerines

Lunch

Steam cooked vegetables 300 grams of potatoes, 300 grams zucchini with a tablespoon of olive oil and seasoning.
200 grams of boiled turnip with lemon juice and teaspoon of olive oil.
Ginger tea with a teaspoon of honey.

Snack

350 grams of pineapple and grapefruit salad.

Dinner

Clear vegetable soup

A cup of tea before you go to sleep it can be linden, chamomile or lemon balm with one teaspoon of honey.

Day 2:

Breakfast

250 ml of unsweetened lemonade

2 tablespoons of muesli with a cup of fat free yogurt

Snack

Mint tea with a teaspoon of honey

Lunch

Cooked vegetables 250 grams of broccoli, 100 gr cauliflower, and 150 grams carrots. Put them in boiling water for a while and then shortly fry on olive oil

Romanian salad with grated carrot sprinkled with raisins and sunflower seeds

Ginger tea with a teaspoon of honey

Snack

1 banana

Dinner

Steamed vegetables, 200 grams of broccoli and 200 grams of calliflower sprinkled with olive oil and lemon juice

Cup of mint tea with a teaspoon of honey before sleep.

 

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