7 Detox Tips For Brides And Grooms To Follow

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​From fad diets to juice cleanses—there’s plenty of dubious information out there that can lead brides and grooms-to-be astray.

​That's why we've got you seven expert-approved tips to follow if you're planning a detox before your wedding.

​1. Start early

​If you really want the advantages of detoxifying your system, you need to start at least four weeks before the wedding, if not sooner.

​2. Ease into detox

​If you have never detoxed before, it is suggested that you start with a one-month detox that allows your body to adjust to the changes you’re making in a phased manner. Make it stricter each week.

​3. No processed foods

​You need to eliminate these foods from your diet - tinned foods to fried snacks, sweetened breakfast cereals, biscuits, aerated drinks, and many such processed foods that may prove harmful for your mind and body.

​4. Eat nutritious foods

​While you’re detoxing you need to focus on nutrition. Ensure your diet includes healthy foods such as leafy greens, fruits, and fermented foods.

​5. Stay hydrated

​Drinking ample amounts of fluids becomes all the more important when you’re on a detox.

​6. Cut down calories

​While the end goal of detoxing is not to induce weight loss, consuming fewer calories than you normally would is recommended.

​7. Drink green juice or smoothie

​Add a green juice or smoothie in between meals; it will be good for your body and mind.

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