1. Detox diets are strict.
Typically, a detox diet is strict with few food choices; it’s not something to stick with long term. However, Dr. Mark Hyman says, "Don’t let the thought of detoxification turn you off. It’s the body’s way of breaking down and eliminating anything that doesn’t belong.”
For the most part, detoxification safety depends on the nutrition of your diet plan and how long you stay on it.
It’s normal to feel icky initially; that’s just a sign that we’re getting rid of the toxins that have built up in our body over time.
In fact, research studies show that intermittent fasting can lead to weight loss, improvements in age-related diseases, and the reduction of several cardiovascular risk factors.