4 Myths About Detoxing That Are Totally False
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Your body is capable of handling toxin removal all on its own.
While it's true that things like a regular habit of drinking too much can eventually hurt your body's ability to maximize these operations, even the shiniest detox plan probably won't mitigate that effect.
After end-of-year binges on unhealthy and often processed foods, the post-New Year's detox can feel right. People love a quick fix. The issue is that they're just not sustainable.
Carbs, protein, and fat are the trifecta of perfection for keeping your body healthy.
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 product instead. That's primarily because super-satiating fiber is mainly located in the skin of fruits and vegetables.
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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.
Eggs have a lot of cholesterol compared to other foods. Although cholesterol in the blood is strongly related to heart disease, eating cholesterol is weakly associated with raising the cholesterol levels in your blood.
Eggs have other heart-protecting properties and eating it probably won't harm your heart.
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Detox diets are generally short-term dietary interventions designed to eliminate toxins from your body.
A typical detox diet involves a period of fasting, followed by a strict diet of ...
Most detox diets involve at least one of the following:
Detox diets rarely identify the specific toxins they aim to remove. The mechanisms by which they work are also unclear.
There is little to no evidence that detox diets remove any toxins from your body.
However, your body can clear itself of most toxins through the liver, feces, urine, and sweat.
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Water is necessary to life and a healthy beverage, but not in excessive quantities.
Your body can give you an indication of how much water it needs. It is better to drink to your thirst.
Tanning can increase your risk of cancer. Sun damage is the primary cause of wrinkles.
Your body can detoxify itself, provided you have a healthy liver and kidneys.
Detox diets may even harm you. Juices high in sugar can increase your blood sugar level. A juice fast may also lead to malnourishment.
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