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What Nutrition Scientists Say
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 Detox Drinks

What is detox cleansing?

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Detox body cleansing is a process by which a person initiates a program involving a change in diet in order to assist the body to eliminate the toxins and parasites that can build up over time. This build up can occur in the fat cells, organs or intestines, due to the toxic ingredients of non-organic foods, residuals of medications, processed foods, and other harmful substances. 


Food science is the study of the physical, biological, and chemical makeup of food; and the concepts underlying food processing. Food technology is the application of food science to the selection, preservation, processing, packaging, distribution, and use of safe food. Body detoxification, liver cleansing, and other ways of removing toxins from your body is generally thought to be a natural bodily function that needs no assistance from supplements, detox drinks or changes in diet. Basically, detoxification means cleansing the blood.


This is done by removing impurities from the blood in the liver, where toxins are processed for elimination. The body also eliminates toxins through the kidneys, intestines, lungs, lymphatic system, and skin during a body detox. However, when these systems are compromised, impurities aren't properly filtered and the body is adversely affected.

Normally, it is true that our body needs no special assistance detoxifying itself. However, we don't live perfect lives, and we certainly don't live in a perfect environment. Furthermore, we also must consider the regulation problems with the Food Safety and Inspection Service of the US Department of Agriculture, the politicization of the FDA, and companies like Monsanto. 

Monsanto, an agrochemical company based in Missouri, is the largest producer of genetically engineered seed in the United States. In 1901, they were originally founded as a chemical company that produced artificial substitutes for food and beverage products. Monsanto has been sued, protested against, and generally hated by most animal rights activists and many farmers. Not only do the protests voice a population against genetically modified organisms, but also against the dangerous pesticides Monsanto produces to kill of pests and insects. These pesticides get into our food, and then end up in our bodies. They have been scientifically associated with cancer and other harmful diseases humans have contracted by eating the foods we eat every day.

Why Western Nutritionist never validate detox drinks and diet supplements

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I've read study after study from Western doctors and nutritionists that say detox drinks are useless and can even harm the body. This is complete BS! First, let's be honest. The United States is run and controlled by money. The FDA, the Food Inspection and Safety Service is also run by money and filled with political appointees who's department regulations and policies are partisan. If that weren't' the case, companies like Monsanto would no longer exist. These government departments recklessly allow companies to taint our food sources with harmful chemicals and by-products that constantly attack our immune system, liver, kidneys and other major organs of the body. My point here is that UNDER NORMAL CIRCUMSTANCES the body can fend off all of the toxins we imbibe through what we eat, drink, and breathe. But in today's world of poisonous pesticides, processed foods, and genetically modified foods, it's just not possible anymore. Moreover, the pharmaceutical corporations sit back and wait for us to get sick so they can provide medications that only address the symptoms of an ailment and come with harmful, potentially fatal side effects. Big Pharma pay Doctors a lot of money to promote these medicines and they prescribe them us with a straight face and no shame. So much for the Hippocratic Oath! Look at this list of food companies owned by Monsanto: 

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  • Hellman’s

  • Hershey’s Nestle

  • Holsum

  • Hungry Jack

  • Hunts

  • Interstate Bakeries

  • Jiffy

  • KC Masterpiece

  • Keebler/Flowers Industries

  • Kelloggs

  • Smart Ones

  • Stouffers

  • Shweppes

  • Tombstone Pizza

  • Totinos

  • Uncle Ben’s

  • Unilever

  • V8

  • Chef Boyardee

  • Kid Cuisine

  • Knorr

  • Kool-Aid

  • Kraft/Phillip Morris

  • Lean Cuisine

  • Lipton

  • Loma Linda

  • Marie Callenders

  • Minute Maid

  • Coca Cola

  • ConAgra

  • Delicious Brand Cookies

  • Duncan Hines

  • Famous Amos

  • Frito Lay

  • General Mills

  • Green Giant

  • Healthy Choice

  • Heinz

  • Pillsbury

  • Pop Secret

  • Post Cereals

  • Power Bar Brand

  • Prego Pasta Sauce

  • Pringles

  • Procter and Gamble

  • Quaker

  • Ragu Sauce

  • Rice-A-Roni

  • Morningstar

  • Butterworths

  • Nabisco

  • Nature Valley

  • Ocean Spray

  • Ore-Ida

  • Orville Redenbacher

  • Pasta- Roni

  • Pepperidge Farms

  • Pepsi


However, if you think you are going to mix up a tasty smoothie with milk, yogurt, ice cream, or some other sugary, fat-filled food and loose weight, you should think again. That is not the purpose of a detox smoothie! Detox smoothies should have ingredients that actually help the body detox. (click here to see our list of healthy detox smoothie recipes).  Any detox program should always be accompanied by a healthy diet that includes vegetables and dietary supplement that assist in digestion like the awesome Gut MD or the Complete Probiotics Platinum products on this website.


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Eat With Intention and Purpose for a Healthier You

How To Plan Your Weekly Meals

Before making a grocery list, write down meals you want to make this week. Buying for the week means you’ll make fewer shopping trips and buy only the items you need. 

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Here's How To Plan Your Weekly Meals

Before making a grocery list, write down meals you want to make this week. Buying for the week means you’ll make fewer shopping trips and buy only the items you need. 

Here are some basic tips for creating your menu and grocery list:

  •  See what you already have. Look in your freezer, cabinets, and refrigerator. Make a note of what you currently have on hand. You can save money by using these items in the upcoming week’s meals.

  •  Use a worksheet to plan your meals. The Create a Grocery Game Plan Worksheet is great for planning your week and figuring out what items you may need to buy. 

  • Create a list of recipes to try. Find new ideas for healthy and low-cost meals based on what you have on hand, foods your family enjoys, and foods that are good buys.

  • Visit MyPlate Kitchen for recipe inspiration. Search recipes by ingredient using MyPlate Kitchen -- an interactive tool to help with healthy meal planning, cooking, and grocery shopping. Be sure to include some family favorites along with the new recipes.

  • Think about your schedule. Choose meals you can easily prepare when you don’t have a lot of time. Save recipes that take longer for days off. You also can prepare meals in advance to heat and serve on your busiest days.

  • Plan to use leftovers. Think about larger recipes with enough servings for multiple meals. This can reduce the number of ingredients you need to buy, and save you time preparing another meal. 

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Here's How To Plan Your Weekly Meals

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Follow These Tips To eat Healthy  

  • All food and beverage choices matter – focus on variety, amount, and nutrition.

  • Focus on making healthy food and beverage choices from all five food groups including fruits, vegetables, grains, protein foods, and dairy to get the nutrients you need.

  •  Eat the right amount of calories for you based on your age, sex, height, weight, and physical activity level.

  • Building a healthier eating style can help you avoid overweight and obesity and reduce your risk of diseases such as heart disease, diabetes, and cancer.

  • Choose an eating style low in saturated fat, sodium, and added sugars.

  • Use Nutrition Facts labels and ingredient lists to find amounts of saturated fat, sodium, and added sugars in the foods and beverages you choose.

  • Look for food and drink choices that are lower in saturated fat, sodium, and added sugar.

  • Eating fewer calories from foods high in saturated fat and added sugars can help you manage your calories and prevent overweight and obesity. Most of us eat too many foods that are high in saturated fat and added sugar.

  • Eating foods with less sodium can reduce your risk of high blood pressure.

  • Make small changes to create a healthier eating style.

  • Think of each change as a personal “win” on your path to living healthier. Each MyWin is a change you make to build your healthy eating style. Find little victories that fit into your lifestyle and celebrate as a MyWin!

  •  Start with a few of these small changes.

  • Make half your plate fruits and vegetables.

  • Focus on whole fruits.

  • Vary your veggies.

  • Make half your grains whole grains.

  • Move to low-fat or fat-free milk or yogurt.

  • Vary your protein routine.

  • Support healthy eating for everyone.

  • Create settings where healthy choices are available and affordable to you and others in your community.

  • Professionals, policymakers, partners, industry, families, and individuals can help others in their journey to make healthy eating a part of their lives