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After a whole year of binging on unhealthy and processed foods, the post-New Year's detox can feel right. People love a shortcut. The problem is that shortcuts just not sustainable.
True health is about making long-lasting changes that you can stick to, and that's the opposite of what a detox really is.
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Even if you have a green juice that is mostly veggies and one serving of fruit, you still won't get the full benefit that would result from eating that whole product instead.
That's primarily because super-satiating fiber is mainly located in the skin of fruits and vegetables.
Carbs, protein, and fat are the trifecta of perfection for keeping your body healthy.
Your body is capable of handling toxin removal on its own.
It's true that things like a regular habit of drinking too much can eventually hurt your body's ability to maximize these processes, but even the best detox plan probably won't diminish that effect.
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Everyone has a different requirement for water. Temperature, humidity, size, age, gender and activity have an influence on your fluid needs.
Instead, drink when you are thirsty.
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