Home remedies as well as treatments based on natural products are increasingly accepted and preferred, since among one of its greatest benefits is that they do not produce side effects and are non-toxic. The lemon diet is an example of this. The same in addition to providing very good results is also very effective and beneficial the health of the person.
The lemon diet is also known as a detox diet and depurative that eliminates pollutants and toxins from the body. It also provides other health benefits that include better sleep, positive thinking, clarity of mind and also helps eliminate addictions, for example to caffeine and alcohol.
What is the lemon diet
When the person does the lemon diet it is necessary to keep track of your goals, which is to lose weight and also improve health. Some people get ready before undergoing detox and begin to eat a vegetarian diet. However it is important to know that the lemon detoxification diet is a cleansing program and only promotes the intake of lemon juice made from the following ingredients: lemons, pure maple syrup, cayenne pepper and water for a minimum of only ten days.
During this period the person not only loses weight, but also improves his body and strengthens the immune system. The benefits are reflected in health. The diet basically consists of drinking this lemonade during those days, and if desired can be supplemented with some other type of physical activity to improve the results.
The purpose of the lemon diet is to give the digestive tract a holiday of ten days, so adding things to be digested does not contribute to the purpose of the diet, which is to purify and detoxify the body, in addition to losing weight. On the other hand, the natural sources of vitamins and minerals and to find in the lemon and maple syrup are already known the body needs during the detox program.
It is also important to know that the lemon diet basically consists of drinking lemonade during this period of time, but it is also advisable to stop consuming some other sources of food such as flours, sugars and other types of infusions such as coffee, tea, etc.