Time for a detox

I couldn’t find the PDF version- but I found this on a blog: http://todetox.blogspot.my/2008/03/juvanex-7-day-eating-plan.html?m=1

Day 1-2 :
Fruits
Choose from apple, watermelon, grapes, honeydew, mango, pear, papaya or pineapple. Avoid citrus fruits (acidic) & bananas (high potassium starch content).

Menu Suggestions:
Fruits
2 scoops of Juvanex
1 piece of fruit
Lunch
1 piece of fruit every 2 hours
Some raw almonds or sunflower/pumpkin seeds
Dinner
2 scoops of Juvanex
Steamed vegetables or vegetable soup with a small amount of brown rice


Day 3-4 : Add Vegetables
Have Veggies steamed, lightly stir-fried, baked or juiced. Avoid tomato & corn (common allergens).

Menu Suggestions:
Breakfast
2 scoops of Juvanex
1 piece of fruit with low-fat live yoghurt
Lunch
Large salad bowl of fresh vegetables with some raisins OR
2 pieces of baked sweet potatoes
Dinner
2 scoops of Juvanex
Lightly stir-fried vegetables or plain tofu dish with a small amount of brown rice


Day 5-6 : Add fish & chicken
Gradually bring in small amounts of fish, chicken & eggs to your diet. The bulk of your diet should continue to be fruits & veggies.

Menu Suggestions:
Breakfast
2 scoops of Juvanex
1 piece of baked sweet potato OR
1 piece of fruit
Lunch
1 boiled egg with vegetable salad OR
2 pieces of vegetable popia, wrapped in a snug blanket of raw lettuce leaves.
Dinner
2 scoops of Juvanex
a small serving of steamed fish & vegetables with a small amount of brown rice OR
lean chicken salad


Day 7 : Add wheat & diary
Introduce wheat in the form of wholemeal bread & diary products but in moderation.

Menu Suggestions:
Breakfast
2 scoops of Juvanex
1 piece of wholemeal bread toast with light margarine topping
LunchLean chicken salad with a piece of wholemeal bread toast
Dinner
2 scoops of Juvanex
a small serving of steamed fish & vegetables with a small amount of brown rice


Resources taken from Guardian - The one you trust

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