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Detox Diet Day Menu with Pink Juice

Detox Diet Day Menu with Pink Juice

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

Breakfast

  • Pink juice of 60ml of organic grape juice, 2 tablespoons of beet, 1 slice of watermelon and water with 1 tablespoon of chia seed
  • 1 cup of fennel

Morning snack

1 bowl of fruit salad (orange, papaya, kiwi, melon)

Lunch

  • 1 dessert plate of purple cabbage, radish and pickles of cucumber
  • 4 col. (soup) of braised cabbage
  • 2 col. (soup) chickpeas or azuki beans
  • 1 serving of roasted salmon in passion fruit sauce or tuna with sesame crust

Afternoon snack

1 cup of nuts mix (chestnuts, almonds and walnuts) or sunflower seed or pumpkin

Dinner

1 bowl bottom of vegetable soup (chard, cabbage, carrot) and boiled chicken

See more menus of the detox diet below:

Detox Diet Day Menu with Green Juice

Detox Diet Day Menu with Passion Fruit Juice and Arugula


Consumption of fruit juices can cause obesity and hypertension

Consumption of fruit juices can cause obesity and hypertension

Finding people who think about gaining health by trading the old and maned sugar for modern fructose is very common. But even if this sounds strange, trading sugar for fructose can be a mistake. For many years, I have been advising my patients to reduce fruit consumption, especially in natural juices, which require a large amount of fruit to fill a glass.

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Banana prevents cramps and helps to reduce stress

Banana prevents cramps and helps to reduce stress

Considered one of the oldest cultures in the world, banana plantation would have originated in South-East Asia. Currently, Brazil produces approximately six million tons per year of banana, being the fruit of greater acceptance and consumption, with an average consumption of 35 kg / inhabitant / year.

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