Get plenty of fluids in the body
Water keeps your system, stimulating the kidneys, liver, colon and lymph nodes to operate smoothly. But do not overdo it with water if you are thirsty, the goal is to drink one to two liters of water, plus two cups of tea or coffee a day. A good indication that you are sufficiently hydrated is regular and fairly clear urine.
Daily caloric intake
Enter 1400 to 1600 calories a day. You will lose weight and still be energetic. If you eat less than 1,200 calories a day, your body ceases to burn fat and passes it to the muscles, so you will not enter the enough number of vitamins.
Start with a healthy breakfast
You’ve certainly heard this a thousand times but it really is very important not to skip breakfast. By skipping breakfast you will not get all the necessary energy to start the day. Good options to start the day can be porridge seasoned with cinnamon and nuts, unsalted convulsing yogurt, an apple with peanut butter, or eggs with beans and salmon or a piece of toast.
Shake of green vegetables
For lunch and dinner, mix green vegetables in a blender. Green vegetables are very good for any diet because they are low in calories, and increase the intake of fiber in the body. Blend fresh vegetables. A good choice is of course spinach, kale, broccoli and carrots. Spice it all with fresh ginger, parsley or basil. If you want everything to sweeten, add an apple. This combined shake provides many vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.
Consume food with a small amount of proteins
Sometimes you are not able to make a shake. Switch to a plate of proteins contained in fish, chicken or beans. A good alternative can be whole grains.
Choose the right snacks
When late at night you want something to bite, choose unsalted popcorn, nuts, fruit or a small piece of chocolate.
Stop eating unhealthy food
Food that you should not enter into the body is sugar, white flour, rice, fatty meats and dairy products.
You may not feel the progress until you start exercising. The exercises will take care of circulation and remove toxins from the body.
Gluten is not evil!
Despite the trends in which food without gluten dominates, new research shows that cereals will help in the detoxification process.