We are all figuring out that detoxing is a key to good health, and I get many great questions from people when they are detoxing.
Q: Can I Eat When I Detox?
A: From Dr. Hull
This is a good question, and I believe that when you use a detox supplement that is natural to your body, you can use it with other vitamins and foods that you normally consume daily.
Detoxing should be considered nutritional, and your body should be able to process parasite supplements, and any natural detox supplement, in the same way that it does healthy food.
So, under normal circumstances, I feel that it is fine to use a parasite cleanse with your normal diet.
That said, you might want to take the stress off your digestive track, and
- eat lighter foods;
- eat smaller portions more often throughout the day;
- snack more than eating larger meals during the detox;
- eat more fats and proteins when detoxing because they supply your body with energy;
- lessen your carb and sugar consumption, especially during detoxing.
And remember to always follow the directions on the supplements that you choose to buy because each company has perfected their program to their manufacturing standards.
Also, make sure to take a healthy vitamin, trace mineral, and probiotic when detoxing. This immediately replaces your needed essential nutrients that have been stripped from your tissues and organs by the parasites (or another microbe).
Detoxing rocks at any time, and if your diet is good, just modify it slightly, and you shouldn’t have to sacrifice a healthy diet regimen when detoxing.
Thanks for your great question, and wishing you the best in your journey to good health.
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