Detox for spring

Sherry Nabil Rizkallah, MD
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Set aside a weekend; it is time for spring cleaning—or, more accurately, spring cleansing. It is a way to recharge, rejuvenate and renew, getting started for long-term and lifelong results. You definitely have good intentions for your health and your life, which you need to implement in a way that will reflect on your health, relations and work.

You need to get started, if you are serious about losing that extra weight and keeping them off. Be more recharged, energised and willing to put your effort and focus in the right place. If you have previously failed in many diets, the problem is not you. The results might have been frustrating, but do not blame yourself. You are probably stressed, tired, or working for long hours, and therefore did not choose the best option for you. The right approach is all about rebalancing and recharging your body and saying no to excuses. Make sure to implement each and every detail you have learned about healthy habits and lifestyles.

Get rid of mood swings, headache, cravings, stress, and depression. Your body is full of waste and toxins that it cannot get rid of it by itself, so help it overcome these unpleasant symptoms.  It will restore itself when given the proper remedy, balance, equilibrium and sleep.

Cleanse your body in your busy daily schedule. You can achieve complete body detox and loss of unwanted weight in just 10 days. You can also walk that extra mile and lose more and more fat in complete body change in 21 days detoxification, hand in hand with shedding that fat using mindful eating techniques. Beat that sugary crush, unwanted cravings and the inflammation of your gut caused by the food you eat. Observe those aches and fatigue fades away at a glance. Always long for eating smart. How can you achieve this?

Here are some tips:

  • Drink plenty of water
  • Be selective about night time snacks
  • Healthy snacking throughout the day
  • Eat protein at every meal
  • Spice it up: swap a scoop of pasta for a scoop of veggies
  • Always eat breakfast
  • Include fibre in your diet and clean out your cupboards of fattening foods
  • Weigh yourself once a week
  • Get enough sleep
  • Understand portion sizes
  • Keep a food diary
  • Chew sugar free gum
  • Enjoy healthy smoothies with appropriate fruit/green combinations

Sherry Nabil Rizkallah is a professor at Cairo University and a certified nutrition and health coach at the Institute of Integrative Nutrition, New York

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