Today, I had (this time) a legit excuse to skip the gym = sleep in! I bounded into work on a solid 8 hours of sleep. I continue sipping on the colourful drinks (which take me a surprisingly long time to finish) and after each juice I go through a sugar high for about 30mins where I am annoyingly happy, motivated and full of energy before crumbling into the pits of headaches, tiredness and despair. Unfortunately, the fun has already worn off, I know which drinks I like and look forward too and which ones I am going to suffer through.
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This is one of the sweetest detoxifiers out there. It derives a big blast of sugar from its decadent array of fruits that includes pineapple, orange and agave. Grated ginger is also sprinkled on top to pack a spicy punch. It is also an elite digestive aid, especially for those with ulcers or a history of cramps. With this elixir, there is a lot of sharpness in terms of flavor, but the thick agave nectar can smooth out everything for a divinely syrupy texture. All of the citrus fruits naturally join forces to fortify stomach, intestines and colon. Say cheers!
Before a workout, turbocharge the fat-blasting effects by sipping a cup of green tea. In a recent 12-week study, participants who combined a daily habit of 4-5 cups of green tea each day with a 25-minute sweat session lost an average of two more pounds than the non tea-drinking exercisers. Thank the compounds in green tea called catechins, flat belly crusaders that blast adipose tissue by triggering the release of fat from fat cells (particularly in the belly), and then speeding up the liver’s capacity for turning that fat into energy. See how tea can help you lose up to 10 pounds in one week on THE 17-DAY GREEN TEA DIET.
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At about age 35, on the morning after a day of overeating, I tipped the bathroom scale at 254 lbs., a few pounds more than I had ever been. This was a scale which, as I knew, was very “kind”. As near as I can figure, my actual weight was about 270. (I’m 6’1″.) I ate little that day, and the next morning I was a couple of pounds lighter, at 252 on the kind scale. The shocking high weight and the encouraging quick loss probably both reflected temporary changes in how much food was moving through my system at the time, more than any changes that were were likely to last. Still, they together provided me the motivation to finally try to take measures to address my very real problem in a serious way. I resolved to lose weight, and did, by both diet and exercise, bringing my weight down about 45 pounds over the course of about 6 months, and then keeping my weight down there for a few months after that.
Any intermittent fasting approach will work if you can tolerate the hunger pains and stick to it. Sounds easy, but it is a very hard thing to do and for many it is not realistic. When you are fasting, your body thinks there is a famine and will try to get you to eat. The idea is that by including non-fasting periods, when you eat what you want, you may feel less like you are on a “diet”, and that makes it easier to stick to.

"If you are drinking lots of fluids, these liquids will fill you up and send a regulatory hormone to your brain that tells it that you aren't hungry, which could mean you eat less," Zeratsky explains. "Also, if you're well-hydrated, your body won't confuse hydration with being hungry which could also lead to consuming less...But, ultimately, a balanced diet and exercise are the most important."


Cravings One out of four people experience hunger while on the Master Cleanse diet. You can usually deal with your hunger pangs by drinking more lemonade drink or water. But some people experienced a craving for the unhealthiest food while detoxifying. Food like pizza, meat, pastries quickly comes to mind while on detox. To be able to test whether what you are experiencing is just cravings and not hunger, try imagining a large bowl of green salad. If you do not have the urge to eat it but still wants to eat the pizza, then what you are feeling is cravings and not hunger.
Oolong, a Chinese name for “black dragon,” is a light, floral tea that, like green tea, is also packed with catechins, which help to promote weight loss by boosting your body’s ability to metabolize lipids (fat). A study in the Chinese Journal of Integrative Medicine found that participants who regularly sipped oolong tea lost six pounds over the course of the six-week time period. That’s a pound a week! It also has a calming effect. Drink a cup if you’re a nervous flyer, or to calm yourself after a hard day’s work—and if you’re a particularly anxious person, sip these 4 Teas Better Than Therapy!
Can you lose 10 pounds in 2 weeks? Sounds impossible right? Exercise and diet plans hardly work. And it is quite tough saying No to tempting food cravings in events such as birthday parties or family functions. But today I am going to reveal the weight loss secret of most celebrities and fitness gurus. And mind you, it’s no big deal. The process is all about drinking weight loss boosting drinks accompanied by healthy foods and workouts. We have done a thorough research and made a list of the 15 best weight loss drinks that help boost metabolism, improve digestion, and are easy to prepare. Your body will become slim, toned, and your energy levels will soar sky-high. The best part is you can achieve all this without even having to forego parties and get-togethers. So, without much ado, let’s jump right in!
Here is a homemade detox water for the warmer months. Everyone’s metabolism receives a welcome boost from the lemons and limes. Meanwhile, the grapefruit instills an abundance of energy with an amazing zing. Cucumbers promote an effect of physiological purification, and mint soothes the lungs and belly. On the side, grapefruit provides an extra dose of sweetness. The end result is an addictively refreshing source of hydration. After 5 minutes in a mason jar, all of the fresh flavors mingle to create a fiercely zesty bite. Each sip is tantalizing and tangy. This lively drink brings the garden to life!
When keep consuming unhealthy food our body collect toxins that can't go our easily. Detox teas contain specific blends of natural ingredients which flush these toxins and chemicals we are consuming out of our vital organs. Those herbs are extremely effective for reducing cholesterol, body fat, improve digestive system and help our body losing weight.
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Also known as branch chain amino acids. BCAAs are three amino acids known as Leucine, Valine and Iso-Leucine. They help prevent muscle breakdown and can be bought as yummy flavoured powders to use in place as sports drinks. Drink them during your workout instead of water as they will help you tone up as you lose that belly and may even help in the formation of abdominal muscle.
The last 20 minutes or so of the show (from about 37:00 to the end) is on intermittent fasting. Mosley reported on some research, mostly on alternate day fasting, in which one “fasts” every other day, and how effective that was in losing weight — and also, it seems, in producing other health benefits. He decided to himself try a more moderate form of intermittent fasting, 5/2, where one fasts two days per week, and he seems to have gotten very good results. It sounded like something that would be worth at least trying, especially because the “fast” days involved weren’t days where one didn’t eat anything, but just days on which one ingested highly limited calories: 500 for women and 600 for men. So the next day, I tried a “fasting” day to see how it was. It seemed not so bad, and my weight went down an even 4 pounds from one morning weigh-in to the next. So I decided to continue trying intermittent fasting, but I didn’t yet decide what form it would take for me. But the next day would definitely be a non-fasting day. The idea behind alternate day fasting, as it was presented on the show, was that you could eat whatever you want on your non-fasting days, and yet the people who tried it still seemed to get very good results. (I never saw exactly how things like 5/2, which Mosley ended up doing, were supposed to work in terms of what the non-fasting days were supposed to be like: were they eating whatever they wanted 5 days/wk?!) So the next day, I ate what I wanted–and gained 3 of the 4 lost pounds back. So I “fasted” again on the following day.
That all depends on what you put in your detox water. A very common recipe is Lemon Cucumber with a Mint twist. Sounds delicious? It is! But it’s also great for your body. The Lemon helps to boost your immune system and rids your body of harmful toxins. The cucumber is a great anti-inflammatory and it’s also amazing for staying hydrated. The mint…? Well, mostly it’s there to help sweeten your detox water, but it also helps your body with digestion.

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That’s in part because when you restrict calories, you restrict nutrients. As a result, you lose weight on a crash diet, but much of it is lean, healthy muscle tissue. With less muscle, your body’s metabolism is set at a lower point. So when you go off the diet, even if you eat the exact same number of daily calories as you ate before, you’ll actually gain more fat than you originally carried.
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