This Juicing Method Removes Toxins, Fat and Excess Water From the Body in 3 Days

The regular consumption of processed foods as well as smoking and drinking not only negatively affect your organs but cause accumulation of toxins in the body. Even though avoiding them is difficult, this doesn’t mean that you need to live with the damage for good. Most people practice juicing to detoxify the body and get the needed nutrients.

What is Juicing?

As mentioned above, juicing allows you to detoxify the body as well as to increase your intake of nutrients. When the body becomes flushed with nutrients which are not absorbed, they help to eliminate the accumulated toxins. For this process, you need to create beverages out of fresh fruits and vegetables and consume them instead of meals.

Once you start juicing, your digestive will slow down as it will not consume many fibers to be digested. Instead, the body gets potent nutrients which are easier to absorb into the system. Consequently, you are likely to notice an increase in energy due to the fact that it saved it is saved from not being expended on digestion.

Some people practice juicing to lose weight. It is important to mention that this process is different for each person and it some people adjust to it right away while some people may need up to a month. In case you have never done it before, it is recommended to try juicing gradually in order to  avoid the effects of detoxing over a very short period of time.

Juicing Ingredients:

Make sure you include kale, broccoli, spinach or bananas regularly, due to their potassium content. It has been scientifically shown that people with high potassium intake have lower blood pressure and risk for stroke than those with low potassium intake. Other important ingredients are the following:

Tomatoes: They are rich in zinc, iron, lycopene (potent antioxidant), vitamins A, B, C, and K

Blueberries: They are an excellent source of vitamin C and antioxidants, and they can help protect brain cells to slow cognitive decline

Lemons: They are abundant in vitamin C, antioxidants, and beta-carotene to support vision and bones

How to Start Juicing


Prior the cleanse, try to drink 8 glasses of water daily to keep your body hydrated. Eat a lot of fresh organic fruits, vegetables, and eggs which will help you resist cravings. On the other hand, make sure you avoid alcohol, processed foods, sugar, caffeine, and red meat.

Eliminate dairy products two days before starting, as they are difficult to digest and affect the GI tract`s ability to cleanse. Drink a cup of herbal laxative tea the night prior the cleanse, in order to prevent constipation and clean the intestines. Make sure you prepare your mind as well and avoid taking on this journey during an emotional time.


Avoid solid foods because they tend to slow down the cleanse. However, if you still choose to eat during the cleanse, opt for soaked nuts and seeds, organic vegetables, fruits, or other raw food. Start the day with a glass of lemon water in order to alkalize the body.

Drink six juices daily in increments of two hours. In case you exercise, opt for light activity, such as yoga, stretching, and walking. It is also recommended to keep a journal, listen to relaxing music, and use this time to reflect on yourself by meditating.


Return to eating solid foods slowly and follow eating patterns similar to the ones before the cleanse. Add organic fruits and green vegetables along with lots of water on the first day after the cleanse. On the second day, add brown rice, eggs, yogurt, and nuts. From the third day on, you can begin eating fish, meat, and chicken.

Daily Juicing Program

Breakfast:  Juice 3 carrots, 2 apples, and a 1-inch piece of ginger.

Mid-morning:  Juice 8 leaves of kale, 2 apples, 4 stalks of celery, another piece of ginger, and half a lemon. Kale is an excellent source of potassium and it has been scientifically shown that people with high potassium intake are at lower risk of stroke and high blood pressure.

Lunch: Juice 1 lime, 1 red bell pepper, 1 cucumber, 2 stalks of celery, 2 cups of parsley, and 4 plum tomatoes.

Afternoon: Juice 8 leaves of kale, 8 leaves of Swiss chard, 1 cucumber and 6 clementines.

Dinner:  The last juice should contain 2 apples, 2 red beets, 1 carrot, 1 sweet potato, and a quarter cup of blueberries. Blueberries are abundant in antioxidants and vitamin C, which makes them able to protect brain cells to slow cognitive decline.


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