Oftentimes, the hardest part of dieting is getting started. Once you’re used to it, into a good routine, and otherwise, you still have to keep going every day. But you’re there, you are losing weight, seeing results, and you know what works and what doesn’t work to a certain degree. The question just becomes how do you get to that point? How do you get past your aching and resistant muscles, your old and established cravings, and otherwise the things that are holding you back?
Some would say that you should use a good cleanse. Whether you are using a fruit and vegetable diet for a week or you are using the master cleanse or for that matter a cleanse you can buy at the store, a good cleanse can jump start your diet in part by jump starting your body. It cleanses out toxins that may be holding you back, and frankly speaking, some would say it even eliminates your old cravings which are apparently caused in large part by that toxic buildup.
But is this all legitimate? Many medical experts I’ve heard from would say no. They would say that your liver and colon are perfectly capable of cycling out toxins on their own, and therefore it doesn’t work the way you think it would. But many naturalists would beg to differ saying that as your body ages, it is less able to deal with things that it could have easily taken on at a younger age, therefore causing not only difficulty losing weight now, but also fatigue, constipation, IBS, and ultimately cancer.
As to who is right and who is wrong, nobody can say for sure. It may be that some naturalists have beat the scientific curve. However, in terms of human experience, thousands of users every year report losing weight, feeling better, and being able to lose more weight as they actually get into a regular and lifelong diet plan than they have in the past.