The Liquid Diet

Your digestive tract is working really hard to digest and assimilate the food you eat. Once in a while it needs a rest! Giving it this much-needed rest aids in both good health and weight loss. Fasting is one way to do this, but fasting often leaves us tired and unable to function properly during a busy work week. Another option is the liquid diet. If your digestion isn’t too strong and/or you are having trouble losing weight, you can do the liquid diet as often as once or twice a week. It may give you just the boost you need. Or, if the need isn’t too great, you may want to try it once a month.

To do the liquid diet, think in terms of having all your foods liquefied. Eat vegetarian foods on these days. Some options include smoothies, fresh fruit and vegetable juices, blended cooked veggies, blended rice and beans, blended soups, and very ‘soupy’ hot cereal.

You might need to plan ahead and make your midday meal the night before or in the morning to take with you. You can heat it up if it’s something from the night before and take it in a wide-mouth thermos.

You’ll be amazed at how much lighter you feel, even though you are eating nourishing food. This is because liquefying food is a way of predigesting – instead of doing all that chewing, you are saving that energy for something else, like allowing your body time to heal itself and for your digestion and metabolism to normalize.

 

If you are not sure how to plan your meals in liquid form, sign up for my no obligation 15 minute ‘Free My Body’ chat with me at www.MakingWeightLossEasy.com so you can get some pointers. 

Carol Crenshaw is a Weight Loss and EFT Expert, helping hundreds of people weed through all the weight loss myths and providing healthy, fast and freeing weight loss solutions. To find out more about Carol and the weight loss programs she offers, go to www.MakingWeightLossEasy.com

 

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