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Juice Fasting Questions and Answers

It is very important that anybody who decides to use this detox method to consult a health professional before starting.

juice fasting questions and answers

What is Juice Fasting? Juice Fasting Benefits

Juice fasting is a detox diet.

A diet of this type involves eating only fruit and vegetable juices. The advocates of juice fasting are using juices and vegetables because they are an excellent source of vitamins and antioxidants.

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Juice fasting is considered an extreme form of detoxification because no solid food is eaten while on this diet. There are more methods of detox diets that include the consumption of solid foods.

Who Should NOT Try Juice Fasting?

Pregnant women or those who are breastfeeding.

People with diabetes, low blood sugar, eating disorders, kidney and liver disease, addiction, immune disorders, infections, malnutrition, underweight, anaemia, nutritional deficiencies, low blood pressure, cancer, ulcerative colitis, epilepsy or other chronic conditions should not be doing juice fasting or if they do, they must do it under strict medical supervision.

People who are awaiting surgery or those who are post-surgery, also should not be juice fasting.

A juice fasting could reduce the blood proteins and change the way that certain prescription drugs will react in the body.

Therefore, people on medication should consult a health professional with experience in detoxification before trying such an extreme method of detox.

juice fasting side effectsPossible Side Effects of Juice Fasting

Temporary side effects of a juice fasting include a headache, fatigue, hypoglycemia, constipation, acne, increased body odor and bad breath.

Other side effects may include fainting, dizziness, low blood pressure, arrhythmia (irregular pulse), weight loss, hunger, vomiting, diarrhea and kidney problems.

If these problems occur, if symptoms worsen or new ones appear, the post should be discontinued immediately and consult your doctor. If continued for an extended period, juice fasting can lead to nutritional deficiencies, especially of protein and calcium deficiency.

Grapefruit juice should not be used during such a post, primarily by people who follow specific medical treatments.

A compound of grapefruit can change the way that certain drugs are metabolized in the body. Recent data suggests that pomegranate juice may also have the same effect.

How Long Should You Juice Fast?

A just fast should usually take from one to three days. A longer one may require medical monitoring for any nutritional deficiencies.

What a Regular Juice Fasting Involves?

Many believe that spring is the best time of the year for a juice fast. With seven or more days before fasting you should reduce or eliminate any alcohol, nicotine, caffeine, sugar, dairy, wheat, meat, fish, and eggs completely.

This preparatory diet often consists of fruits, vegetables, and organic leguminous plants. (read also: 7 Best Ways Of Burning Belly Fat And Extend Your Life)

It is usually recommended to drink between 900 and 1800 grams of juice per day during fasting.

The juice is sipped in small sips throughout the day. Typical fruits and vegetables include celery, carrots, cabbage, kale, apples, pineapple, cranberries, spinach, beets, and greens.

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Citrus fruits are often avoided. Besides, it is recommended to drink 6 cups of hot filtered water.

Organic fruits and vegetables are usually recommended. If organic products are not available, experts suggest to peel the fruits and vegetables or wash them with a non- toxic product, generally available at organic food stores.

Fresh fruits and vegetables are preferred, but if not available, experts suggest buying them from a health store or from an organic juice bar. A combination of fruits and vegetables is highly recommended.

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As a variation to the strict juice fast, there is the possibility of a single daily meal besides juices.

Certain fruits and vegetables and their parts should not be used in making juice, such as the pits from peaches, apricots, cherries and other fruits, the apple pits, the peel of citrus fruits.

If you’re using kiwi, pineapple, bananas or avocados, make sure to peel them before.

What Should I Eat After Fasting With Juices?

You should gradually return to solid foods.

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