Are you looking for a diet regimen that can help you take away pounds and toxins from your body? If you are then the lemon detox diet may just be the diet that you are looking for.

The lemon detox diet is a special type of diet that is suited for people with healthy bodies and who have some past experience in dieting. This special dietary regimen’s special attribute is that it emphasizes the daily intake of syrups made from organic trees such as palm and maple. The resulting syrup is then taken out and blended with lime juice and consumed within a period of 1 week or so.

Compared to other diets, which lasts for more or less a month, the lemon detox diet is considered to be a diet plan that yields results in a relatively short amount of time. Practitioners of this diet can expect some of the following by engaging in a lemon detox diet:


• Cleanse toxins from your digestive system more effectively
• A quicker way of achieving weight loss

Take note also that many lemon detox diet drinks include syrups which are rich in sugar. The abundance of this material serves to provide the practitioner with more energy in order to compensate for hunger. An average drink from this diet is said to contain 70 calories worth of energy. Moreover, in addition to the potential energy that it can provide, it also holds other nutrients such as zinc and calcium, both of which are vital for helping digestion. So like other detox diets, the lemon detox diet is also capable of providing you with the necessary nutrients throughout the diet.

Also like other detox diet, the syrup and drinks will become your sole source of nutrition. You are however, allowed to consume whatever medication your dietitian or physician advices. In the event that you experience headaches, don’t be alarmed. In most detox diets, dizziness is the result of the toxins being expelled from the body. You can deal with this problem by taking up some light exercises to help your blood flow and thus aid in the expulsion of toxins from your body.


Once the week long diet is over, it’s a good idea not to rush back to solid foods immediately. You should give your body some time to get used to changes that have occurred in your body and so going back to normal foods should be a gradual and slow process. Drinks and light meals will be ideal for this task.


Despite its speed and applicability however, the lemon detox diet is not something that an amateur dieter should attempt. At most, it’s important to first consult an expert or medical practitioner before delving further into this diet.
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3 comments:

    debt relief said...

    In one line you said we should rush back to a diet with solid foods. Is this diet safe??

  1. ... on January 20, 2009 at 6:34 PM  
  2. detox diet said...

    Actually its the other way around. Please review the actual post.

    "Once the week long diet is over, it’s a good idea not to rush back to solid foods immediately"

  3. ... on February 4, 2009 at 2:08 PM  
  4. Abby said...

    I tested a lot of weight loss programs, pills and diets for couple of years now. Atkins diet is one example but I’m not really satisfied with it because it’s making my body weak.
    I’m on Medifast Diet right now. So far I don’t feel weak like when I’m using Atkins. The caloric intake is around 800-1000 calories.
    It’s a bit pricey, but there are plenty of coupons available on the internet (i.e. http://www.swoopup.com/stores/deals/Medifast-Diet ). Even if you don’t pay full price.
    My advice is just choose a diet plan which your body reacts positively to. No one knows your body better than you do!

  5. ... on March 5, 2010 at 10:58 PM