Three Phases of The Master Cleanse Diet

Is the Master Cleanse Diet easy to do? Yes, the diet is easy to follow. The instructions are pretty simple and the ingredients are not hard to find. However, strong will and dedication are needed to finish even a 3-day cleanse. Without proper motivation, it would be hard to even finish a day!

If you are serious about trying out this wonderful cleansing duet, you need to plan for it. Look at your calendar and schedule your diet properly. You should make sure that tiring activities are avoided while doing the Master Cleanse. Do not go hiking or go long distance running while you’re on the program. That is unwisely and potentially dangerous.

Most people aim for 10 days. It’s actually the recommended length for this detox diet. You can also do 3-days if you want. Some individuals can last up to 60 days. Remember that physician’s advice and monitoring are needed if you are going to do the cleanse this long. The Master Cleanse may not be safe for pregnant women as well. So if you have a bun in the oven, just wait after you’ve delivered your baby.


The first of the Master Cleanse Lemonade Diet is Ease in. You need this if you want to prepare your body for the cleaning. This is effectively done in 3 days. For the first day, processed foods are removed from the diet. The following day, juices, soups and broths are the only food allowed. For the last day, you can drink orange juice and plain water. Like what I mentioned earlier, this part can be skipped. However, if you want to prepare your mind and body for the cleanse, it’s advisable to stick to this.


This is the Lemonade Diet / Master Cleanse part. You need to drink about 6 to 12 glasses of lemonade mixture composed of lemon juice, maple syrup, cayenne pepper and water. Every morning, you need to do Salt Water Flush. This flush is not so easy to do but is a vital part of the diet. During the night, laxative is taken to help the body remove the mucus.


This is the last part of the diet. Ease out is basically the contrast of the Ease In part. If you are done with the Master Cleanse diet, you can start the Ease Out. So, for the first day after the cleanse, you can only drink orange and plan water. The next day, you can now take soups, broths and other juices. The third day, you can eat fruits and vegetables. Never ever omit this part. If you eat regular food a day after the Master Cleanse Lemonade diet, you certainly will not feel good. Most people feel nauseated and some people reported throwing up.

Source by Beatrice Nixon

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