What are the lemonade diet dangers?
I’ve put together this page because so many people write in and ask me about master cleanse dangers. I hope this clears up the skepticism!
The lemonade diet is a safe cleanse, for some people and some circumstances. There are no real master cleanse dangers for the average person.
We have been fasting since the dawns of time. Our ancestors had to do it while hunting for food. Scientific evidence has shown that it’s beneficial for our body’s to have down time and our bodies instinctively start cleansing the moment we either give it the tools to do so (proper nutrition, example: green juice) or take a break from eating. When we abstain from eating (not water, just eating) our body automatically goes into cleanse mode. It knows what to do.
The fact is, most of us have been poisoning our body with toxic and dead food for years. The easiest and quickest way to clean out our body and start a new is a cleanse. Some people prefer juice fasts, and other prefer cleanses just like the lemonade diet. Either way, they are both safe and effective. If you feel apprehensive about the master cleanse, a juice fast might be better for you. Juice fasts still provide your body with a lot of liquid nutrition to help heal, at the same time easing up on digestion allowing your body to cleanse.
Something to think about…
What do you think is unhealthier, eating toxic poisonous food, or taking a short cleanse?
Of course, it’s eating toxic and dead food!
Here are the most common of the objections that one might say are master cleanse dangers:
Myth: We need to eat, how can not eating be healthy? I feel terrible when I don’t eat which is a signal to me that I need to eat.
Actually, yes, we need to eat for nutrition. A cleanse is a short term thing. It is not meant to follow for forever. It is a “cleanse” and meant to detoxify. However, if you feel terrible when you don’t eat, that’s actually a signal to me that your body is not healthy and you need to cleanse, desperately. You see, a healthy body can handle not eating first thing in the morning or for a while. If you feel like you have blood sugar swings when you don’t eat, it’s more likely that your body is toxic.
A note about master cleanse dangers to those who are ill: If you are really sick, meaning that you are on multiple medications and eat a diet full of dead and processed foods, I do think that it could be dangerous to do this cleanse without a doctors supervision. It is a healthy cleanse, but without help and guidance for your specific situation, you might not do well at first. If your goal is to get off of medications, lose weight and you don’t eat many raw fruits and vegetables, a juice fast might be more beneficial for you. It’s a slower and easier way to get healthy because not only would you need to cleanse, you’ll need good nutrition too. Just be safe and talk to your doctor or naturopath.
Master cleanse dangers- Not for everyone
People that should not attempt to do the master cleanse are:
Not everyone will be able to do the entire cleanse recommended by Stanley Burroughs. This usually means you are super toxic. If this is the case, try a juice fast, or try to detoxify slower through a raw diet, so that the detox symptoms and hunger pangs are easier for you handle.
Other master cleanse dangers & common concerns to be aware of
Some other pages that might interest you
The Benefits Of The Master Cleanse
How To Do The Master Cleanse
The Lemonade Diet Recipe And Ingredients
Order A Lemonade Diet Kit, Books Or Ingredients
Master Cleanse Dangers FAQs
Confused about the lemonade diet? Start here.