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Healthy Cleanse. And You Can Still Eat A Lot!
Food & Drink
We all love to eat. Food is life. But here are some ways to be on a diet or cleanse, eat healthier, but still eat A LOT.
one 12-16oz mason jar is 1 1/2 servings of your daily fruits and veggies and many people eat too much because they aren't getting the vitamins and nutrients they need. fill a mason jar with your favorite salad and fruit salad fixings and get the energy anf nutrients you're actually craving!
Fruit Salad is great to snack on all day at school or work. Just crop up some fruit and stack them in layers in a jar! To keep apples from turning brown squeeze a little lemon juice on them before putting back in the fridge. Add chilli powder for an extra kick as well as a metabolism boost.
make a layered salad for lunch everyday! Layer your favorite salad fixings in the jar. Keep the lettuce at the top so it doesnt get soggy and dressing on bottom. A light balsamic vinegarett is a flavorful way to avoid extra calories from creamy dressings.
Add Avacado! Its great for your skin and your body. Its packed with vitamins and adds a little extra to your salad. Bring an avacado half in a bag with a slice of lemon on top to keep it from browning. Put chili powder on top for some spice.
Green tea removes toxins from your body, so bath in it. Literally. Add a few tea bags to your bath for healthy skin and hair. Cut your coffee habits in half by drinking at least a cup of green tea a day; the weight will drop off fast and youll have your caffeine fix fulfilled.
Try to avoid eating cheese during your cleanse. Its delicious but not great for the gut. If you struggle with it because you are a cheeseaholic like me, add a little reduced fat feta to your salads.
Everyone loves popcorn! And dont be afraid of it on a diet. Its considerably low calorie as long as you dont add that extra bit off butter. You can also replace your crunch factor with sugar snap peas if you are a big fan of kettle corn. Its the sweet crunch you want with the vitamins you need.
As for dinner, veggies are your best friend. 1/2 your plate should be veggies. 1/3 should be protein, and 1/6 should be starches. If you love rice, replace it with quinoa! And try to stick to baked meats instead of fried. Eat salad at the end of your meal to help you digest faster.