13918989362 Day Detox Purpose: To give your body a break in digesting solids to direct that energy towards healing and detoxification.

 

First start replacing a meal with a juice. Have a juice for breakfast, then at lunch soup/salad and then a healthy dinner – do this for 2 days (no processed foods and limit meat to 4oz.)

Next a juice for breakfast & lunch and then have a healthy dinner (still no processed foods and limit meat to 4oz.)

Then do a 2-day detox and your body will handle better not eating solids during that time.

Remember to drink, drink, drink don’t stagger it like you’re eating 3 meals a day, you may drink as often as every 2 hours. Also if you do go into crisis mode, have an avacado or banana every two hours until your body stabilizes. Drink water!

Try removing processed foods from your diet. Generally anything in a bag, box or can eliminate from your diet. Cut back on white flour products or fried foods, sodas, fructose drinks, or caffeine and have plenty of water to start a natural detoxification and stick with it for 30 days. Get plenty of rest and exercise too.

Need a starter recipe?
½ cup spinach
1 kale leaf
1 apple
½ cucumber
½ cup pineapple
1 banana
1 cup distilled or spring water

Additional Health Benefits:

Broccoli

Fresh broccoli juice has also been proven to be beneficial to heart and eye health.  Drinking broccoli juice daily lowers the risk of problems such as heart disease and high blood pressure. Additionally, broccoli juice aids in the prevention of conditions such as macular degeneration and cataracts.

One of the great things about fresh broccoli juice is that there really isn’t a way to consume too much.  Broccoli juice is significantly low in calories and is the perfect addition to your diet if you are watching your weight.  Broccoli juice is also good for the body’s digestion, as it has been shown to aid and prevent ailments such as indigestion, gastritis, and ulcers.

As if that’s not enough, a cup of cooked broccoli offers as much vitamin C as an orange, and is a good source of beta-carotene. Broccoli contains vitamins B1, B2, B3, B6, iron, magnesium, potassium, and zinc too. It also provides fiber and is low in calories.

Among other nutrients, broccoli is rich with vitamin A and C, calcium, magnesium, iron, phosphorus, and manganese.

Vitamin A and C aid your body in mending damaged tissue, keeping your digestive, respiratory, urinary tracts healthy, and regulating your immune system.  Perhaps most significantly, broccoli containscompounds calledisothiocyanate, sulforaphane,and indoles, which have proven to successfully fight and prevent the most common kinds of cancer, including breast, colon, lung, and stomach cancer.