With March bringing in warmer weather and the beginning of spring, it’s the perfect time to prepare your body for wearing short skirts and sleeveless tops. A quick detox and weight loss program is called for.
As your body detoxes, it becomes so much easier to lose weight. Below are a few very successful detox plans to choose from. From fitness to juicing, these detox plans are proven across the board.
These plans are noted not only for their ability to help people lose weight but also for their health benefits. Most importantly, they can have you looking and feeling great just in time for Spring.
The Abs Diet
The Abs Diet combines strength training with dieting. The strength training, which focuses on the abs, takes just 20 minutes a day, three to four times per week.
It does not involve cutting back on calories: you can have six meals a day, and each meal must include a specific “power food.” These low-fat, muscle-building foods include almonds and other nuts, beans and legumes, spinach and greens, dairy, oatmeal, eggs, turkey and other lean cuts, peanut butter, olive oil, whole grains, extra protein, and berries.
The Abs diet and exercise program will not only make you slimmer but will also prevent disease.
The Juice Cleanse
Juice cleanses are very popular these days, and for good reason. They work wonders in flushing out toxins from the body and kickstarting weight loss at the same time. With the Blueprint Cleanse, you can get made-to-order juices delivered right to your front door. These cleanses work best if you gradually eliminate meat, dairy, coffee and alcohol from your diet before juicing.
These programs can cost between $50 to $100 per day, but if you have your own juicer at home, it will only cost you the price of the fruits and vegetables.
Martha’s Vineyard Diet
This new diet detox program has been proven to promote health and wellness. It was created by naturopathic doctor Roni DeLuz for the purpose of fighting fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome.
You could try the two-day, seven-day, or 21-day plan. Similar to the juice cleanse, the program involves a range of fruit and veggie juices as well as drinks made of berries with powerful antioxidant boosters.