What You Should Know
One of the more recent methods of weight loss that is popular online is detoxification or getting rid of all the body’s waste to streamline digestion and help to improve overall health. However, sometimes it’s not enough and there are different ways to do it. Detox may not be the best way to lose weight even if it is a benefit to health otherwise. To lose weight, it’s best to diet, exercise, and look into finding a supplement that will act as a thermogenic to burn fat. 7-Day Detox Miracle by Peter Bennet and Stephen Barrie offers a seven-week-long diet that will help to clean the body out naturally without the use of laxatives. We feel that this is a good goal to reach so we’ll review this book to see what it
The book is divided into ten chapters, each of each looking at the science of detoxifying the human body. Unlike some books on the subject it’s very easy to read and doesn’t rely on jargon or excessive language to get its point across. The ten chapters of 7-Day Detox Miracle are: Health and Detoxification, How Toxins Affect Your Health, Cells, Blood and Lymph, The Liver, The EcoTox Program, a group of recipes, and how a person can expect to be affected by detox. The entire book is dedicated to explaining what toxins are and how to get rid of them. However, we take issue with one suggestion; a two-day fast to start the program off. This is difficult for many people and actually unhealthy. The book can be bought on Amazon for $10 for those interested.
- This program has the potential to clean the body of toxins and harmful substances which could make a dieting more effective.
- The main methods are reliant on the body’s natural abilities rather than any form of fad diet or dubious formula that could be harmful.
- The book is very affordable and can be found on Amazon, occasionally on sale.
- The program focuses on health of the entire body and not just weight loss.
- We are wary of the two days of fasting suggested in one section of 7-Day Detox Miracle.
- Because of the effects of detox it’s recommended that people start preparing in advance, especially if the body isn’t healthy to begin with.
- No thermogenic supplements are mentioned to increase metabolism.
This book could be a great help to people looking for an improvement in overall health. It advocates health of the entire body and mind, and doesn’t rely on any fad diets. However, we would like it better if the book mentioned a good exercise plan and possible thermogenic products.