Breakfast Day 4 : Chia Seed Pudding, homemade apple compote, roasted almonds
Want to be toned and lean? Than get the f… clean!
The Toxins are mostly stored in your fat cells.
They like the fat and want to keep it and as bigger as better.
If you want to get lean you have to clean your body first.
To clean your body means not to do 1 of these hip and getting hipper extreme Detox programs.
Yes you can do a mild juice detox and take it as a kick-start to eat clean but on long term you have to eat clean.
Here you go….
1.Cut down Alcohol
It takes a toll on your liver, the major organ of your body devoted to “detoxing” your system.
2.Cut down on sugar
Skip processed foods, which can be loaded with hidden added sugars, and when you want a sweet treat, reach for fruit.
- Cut down on salt
Restaurant foods and processed foods both tend to be very high in sodium, so a key step in lowering your sodium intake is to cook at home using fresh ingredients instead.
- Cut down saturated fat
Eat less animal fats and swap them for healthier unsaturated fats from plant foods like nuts, avocados and olive oil.
- Cut Down On Refined Grains
= White flour, noodle, and white rice—are stripped of beneficial fiber, vitamins and minerals. So while they add calories, they’re not really providing much in the way of nutrients. And since they’re low in fiber, they’re less satisfying than whole grains.
- Cut down proceed foods
By cutting these out, I can easily minimize my intake of added sugars, salt and trans and saturated fat, too, since these things are often added to processed foods for taste.
- Have more vegetable and fruit
Veggies and fruits adding a lot of flavor and color to meals, they’re nutrient- and antioxidant-rich, low in calories and can help lower your risk for heart disease.
- Have more water
Our bodies are 60 percent water and it’s vital for the function of every organ system, helping to circulate oxygen and whisk away toxins.
- Have more green tea
Green tea has a bevy of health benefits—from boosting immunity to fighting cavities and is a natural fat burner.
- Have more whole grains
Eating more whole grains can lengthen your life by reducing your risk of cardiovascular, infectious and respiratory diseases and brushes your intestine.