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Detox Diet Day Menu with Green Juice

Detox Diet Day Menu with Green Juice

The detox diet proposes a reduction in the number of daily calories and consumption of foods that cleanse the body, such as fruit juices and vegetables. See example of a one-day detox dietary menu with 1,000 calories per day, indicated by nutritionist Clarissa Fujiwara:

Breakfast

  • Green juice with 1 slice of pineapple, 1 apple, 1 leaf of cabbage, slices of ginger and water with 1 tablespoon flax seed
  • 1 cup of chamomile

Morning snack

1 (average) roasted pear with cinnamon powder

Lunch

  • 1 dessert plate of American lettuce, radicchio and palmito
  • 4 col. (eggplant soup) or grilled zucchini
  • 2 col. (soup) of quinoa in grains
  • 1 chicken breast with curry

Afternoon snack

2 col. (dessert) of cranberry or goji berry dehydrated

Dinner

1 plate of cream of pumpkin, carrot and ginger

Want to check out more menus? See below:

Detox Diet Day Menu with Pink Juice

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Soy protein reduces risk of heart disease and stroke

Soy protein reduces risk of heart disease and stroke

The researchers followed 352 healthy adults in the United States between 2003 and 2008. Participants were divided into three groups, each receiving 40 grams daily of soy protein, milk protein and carbohydrates, respectively, for eight weeks. At the end of the analysis, researchers found that those who consumed soy protein had lower blood lipid (fats) levels than the groups that consumed milk proteins and carbohydrates.

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Plastic packaging may increase risk of diabetes and hypertension in children and adolescents

Plastic packaging may increase risk of diabetes and hypertension in children and adolescents

Plastic is always a villain in food packaging, because it is able to pass chemical compounds to food. In an attempt to make this type of container healthier, the substances di-isodecyl phthalate (DIDP) and di-isononyl phthalate (DINP) were added to the product, replacing other similar and previously considered safe compounds.

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