The 9-Day Liver Detox Diet: The Definitive Diet That Delivers Results

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Celestial Arts, 2010 - Health & Fitness - 182 pages
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"A guide to safe, easy, and effective liver detoxing in only nine days, using nutritious, liver-boosting meals and superfoods rather than fasts so that busy readers can cleanse and recharge without sacrificing their normal routine. A healthy liver keepsour bloodstream and other organs clean. But when it's overloaded with toxins it can't properly filter out harmful substances, submetabolize protein and fats, or store vitamins A, D, K, and B12 as it should. Patrick Holford, author of the bestselling Optimum Nutrition Bible and nutrition and alternative treatments expert, presents a swift nine-day program for cleansing the liver and improving overall body functioning. After using Holford's nine-day liver detox to get their bodies back on track, clients report higher energy levels, better digestion, improved skin tone, and reduced stress. Holford's explanation of the benefits and process of detoxing is science-based and trustworthy. He addresses common hesitations such as "detoxes are just a fad" or "isn'tdetoxing dangerous?", and also provides realworld examples. This targeted, approachable detox regimen will appeal to a broader audience than the plethora of long-term, full-body detox options. And because it centers on eating specific liver-supporting foods and is not a starvation diet, readers can bring balance back to their body with safety and ease"--

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PATRICK HOLFORD is one of the world's leading authorities on nutrition and mental health. He has written 30 health books, including The Optimum Nutrition Bible, and is the founder of the Institute for Optimum Nutrition. Visit www.patrickholford.com. 

FIONA MCDONALD JOYCE is a nutritionist, cook, and coauthor of Smart Food for Smart Kids and The Holford Low GL Diet Cookbook.

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