Wednesday, January 15, 2014

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By: kaiserprince On: 1/15/2014
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  • Detox diets are dietary plans that claim to have detoxifying effects. The general idea suggests that most food contains contaminants: various ingredients deemed unnecessary for human life, such as flavor enhancersfood coloringspesticides, and preservatives. Scientists, dietitians, and doctors, while generally viewing "detox diets" as harmless (unless nutritional deficiency results), often dispute the value and need of "detox diets", due to lack of supporting factual evidence or coherent rationale.

    In cases where a person actually suffers from a disease, belief in the efficacy of a detox diet can result in delay or failure to seek effective treatment.Detox diets can involve consuming extremely limited sets of foods (only water or juice. for example - a form of fasting known as juice fasting), eliminating certain foods (such as fats) from the diet, or eliminating processed foods and alleged irritants from the diet. Detox diets are often high in fiber - proponents claim that this causes the body to burn accumulated stored fats, releasing fat-stored "toxins" into the blood, which can then be eliminated through the blood, skin, urine, feces and breath.

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