7-Day Detox Plan

This diet was inspired by Dietician, Juliette Kellow Bsc RD

The following foods can be mixed and matched for meals for a week. This is a diet that is high in nutrients. Fruit – Pears, grapefruit, apples, mango, pineapple, oranges, strawberries, nectarines, blueberries, Satsuma, bananas, raisins, kiwi, peaches, etc. Choose from fresh, dried, canned in natural juice or frozen.

Fruit Juices – Make your own juice from fresh fruit or purchase juices that are unsweetened. Beans and Lentils – Beans can include those that have been canned in water or dried. Red kidney, butter, pinto, haricot, black eye and brown, green and red lentils are good choices.

Fish – Fresh fish should be used, however canned, such as tuna or salmon is permitted. The fish can include mackerel, lobster, cod, trout, red mullet, swordfish, halibut, lemon sole, crab and monkfish just to name a few.

Oats sweetened with fresh fruit, brown rice and rice noodles, all types of potatoes, oatcakes, rice cakes and rye crackers, popcorn free from sugar or salt and seeds such as pumpkin and sunflower can be chosen for snacks and meals.

Unsalted nuts are another choice. This includes walnuts, pistachio, pecans, pine nuts, almonds, macadamia, cashew, peanuts, hazel nuts and Brazil nuts. Natural yogurt can be part of here while on the 7-day detox diet:

  1. Margarine or butter
  2. Cheese, eggs, milk or cream Red meat, turkey, chicken, burgers or sausage
  3. Food containing wheat such as cereal, bread, biscuits, cake, pastries, cake, croissants or food prepared with breadcrumbs or batter
  4. Salted nuts
  5. Chocolate, sugar, jam, other sweets
  6. Processed foods
  7. Salt
  8. Mayonnaise, store-bought dressings, pickles or sauces
  9. Coffee or tea
  10. Alcohol

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