I am trying to get my health on track, but I want to kick-start it. So, what is a simple body cleanse for three to seven days? Grocery shopping and meal preparation stress me out. And do you recommend three square meals or the smaller, more frequent meals? Also, I found seven-day challenges that I would like to try, but after that, what do you recommend for weekly, routine exercising? How often can I repeat the same workouts? And can I take the seven-day challenge every month? Same with a body cleanse, how often is good? Kindly help.
I read your query and can understand your concern.
I suggest some tips to attain optimal health and maintain it without hard things in your life. I would like to know your age, particularly to plan a customized diet and exercise for you, and your medical history, which is important for advice. Here are the tips I suggest to kick-start your health on track.
1. Do half an hour of exercise daily. Start with a simple loosening exercise for a week. Second week onwards, you can stick to the stretching routine.
2. Do surya namaskar (sun salutation) and synchronize with breathing for six rounds in the initial stage for a week and increase to 12 rounds in the second week.
3. Do breathing exercises.
4. Do relaxation techniques like deep relaxation or MSRT (mind sound resonance technique) daily.
I would suggest you the following diet.
1. Take soy protein supplement according to your weight (for 1 kg body weight, 1 gm protein is needed)
2. Vitamin C, B- Complex, E, and omega-3 fatty acid supplements daily.
3. Some green juice can be taken daily. Preferably wheat grass juice, green apple juice, sour sop juice, or parsley juice.
4. Sprouts can be included in your diet.
5. Fruits like citrus, pomegranate, melon, and banana can be taken alternatively.
6. If you observe fasting with fruit juice or vegetable juice, you can detoxify your body.
7. You can observe liver flush treatment, an excellent detoxifying procedure.
Take a cold shower if the weather is not too cold. Reduce the quantity according to your need.
Thank you and take care.
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