Cleansing Naturally : Eating After a Master Cleanse
The Truth About the Master Cleanse Diet
The Master Cleanse diet doesn’t reflect any of the widely accepted guidelines for weight loss or a healthy lifestyle set up by the Food and Drug Administration.
Although this fad diet probably won't do too much harm if you are a healthy individual and only try the diet once, continuous use of this approach to weight loss can be devastating for even the healthiest individual.
For those individuals who already have health problems, the Master Cleanse diet can be even more damaging.
Negative side effects of this fad diet include nutrient deficiencies, long-term weight gain, a weakened immune system, and organ problems.
Dehydration is another major concern associated with the Master Cleanse, since it is essentially a laxative that causes water weight loss. Negative health consequences of dehydration include heart problems and electrolyte imbalances.
Side effects associated with the diet that are common but unpleasant include fatigue, nausea, vomiting, and irritability.
Never start an extreme weight loss method like the Master Cleanse diet without consulting with your doctor first.
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