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Thread: Detox time
2nd January 2007 #1
Happy new year. Everyone enjoy christmas, and get all the presents you asked for? I don't think I've ever eaten so much food than during last week, so it's now time to put my body on a detox for the next month. Anyone going to join me? I think a couple of weeks of lots of fruit and small meal portions should get me back on track.But we wanna hear all your pearls of wisdom for detoxing. Any good approaches, ideas?
2nd January 2007 #2
Yep, I'm detoxing now for the next 2 months, same as last year (but I don't start until tomorrow).Start the day with a glass of hot water mixed with the juice of half a lemon. Drink plenty of water throughout the day. No alcohol, unhealthy snacks, food & methods of cooking. Lots of rest & sleep between hard training.Totally agree with the fruit and small meal portions - something we tend to do wrong in England, especially eating one big meal in a short period of time!!
2nd January 2007 #3KahuczechGuest
I will be buying the smaller bags of Monstermunch.
2nd January 2007 #4James Stout toastily addicted to baseGuest
eat loads of yoghurt its sooo good and pretty healthy and (contrary to what the adverttisers say) its just as good for you as thopse silly drinks.have honey instead of sugarwhen it comes to chocolate i reckon you cant go wrong with swopping a mars bar for a snack size mars bar and an apple. that way you get the taste and the apple fills you up.
2nd January 2007 #52manyYorkiesGuest
Porridge.Lots of it, with dried fruit and assorted healthy seeds.No sugar, honey or syrup.
2nd January 2007 #62manyYorkiesGuest
Forgot to say, Tesco's large flake organic oats are definitely the best. A bowl of that will keep you going until lunchtime.
2nd January 2007 #7
yes porridge is my new years resolution, to replace the oh so lovely chrunchy nut cornflakes. i've been thinking, smaller meal portions is the way to go, but is going to be my biggest challenge. oh for a smaller stomach
2nd January 2007 #8James Stout toastily addicted to baseGuest
smaller potions -> snaller stomach the transition is painful!
2nd January 2007 #9
For porridge try it with blueberries or bannana or raisins or honey, someone suggested grapes but I didn't find them too palatable.
2nd January 2007 #10
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- Jul 2004
fresh wheatgrass juice and fresh aloe vera everyday for two weeks. sorts you out.