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NOTE: You can follow these quick fix plans alternately throughout the week.
MEAL QUICK FIX 1 QUICK FIX 2 QUICK FIX 3
Breakfast
A Bowl of Berry Fruity Diet Cereal

Toss mix fruits into a bowl of oats/organic cereals.

A Bowl of Berry Fruity Diet Cereal
Have a glass of blended veggies with cereal.
A Bowl of Berry Fruity Diet Cereal
Add yoghurt to the fruits and have a slice of toasted wholemeal bread.
SnSnack 1a
A low-fat plain yogurt with berries.
A Glass of Berry Fruity Diet Smoothie
A Whole Apple
Lunch
Salad Mix
Pita with Beans
Whole-grain pita stuffed with white beans, fresh basil, and chopped tomatoes, with olive oil vinaigrette.
Salad Mix
Snack 2
DTQ
A cup of green tea.
A Glass of Berry Fruity Diet Juice
A Bowl of Berry Fruity Diet
Dinner
Broccoli and Asparagus
Steam boiled broccoli and asparagus.
Potaté and Veg
Boiled potatoes (with skin), asparagus and broccoli.
Pita with Beans
Whole-grain pita stuffed with white beans, fresh basil, and chopped tomatoes, with olive oil vinaigrette.
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NUTRIENTS BENEFITS
Beta-carotene It helps repair smoke damage to the lungs.
Betaine It promotes the regeneration of liver cells and regulates the flow of bile.  It also has a beneficial effect on fat metabolism.
Catechins It speeds up and balances liver detox pathways. Catechins are also strong antioxidants.
Ellagic acid It helps mop up free radicals and combat pollutants such as alcohol resulting in increased brain power.
Fibre It naturally cleanses the colon, stimulates the gut, and helps expel waste quicker.
Flavinols It helps the arteries work to their maximum and improves blood circulation throughout the body. Improved blood circulation leads to better transport of oxygen to every cell. The more oxygen is fed to the cells, the more efficient natural body detoxification occurs to the cellular level.
Glutathione It is an antioxidant enzyme often referred to as the body's "master antioxidant". Its central role is to protect the body's cells from free radical damage. Glutathione is involved in protecting cells from environmental toxins, drugs and alcohol as well as toxins produced by the body itself as a result of normal metabolism.
Milk Thistle It is an antioxidant that promotes liver cell regeneration. It is considered most useful to counteract effects of exposure to chemical and industrial pollutants or effects of excessive alcohol or fat consumption.
Proanthocyanidin They help the kidneys cleanse and flush out toxins out of the system.
Protein It helps to repair, renew, and improve immune function.
Sulfur It helps with the elimination of harmful heavy metals from the body.
Vitamin C and E They help cleanse and detoxify the liver making it work more efficiently.
Water It helps your body metabolize stored fat by helping the kidneys flush waste quicker.
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FOOD NUTRIENTS DAILY INTAKE SIMPLE RITUALS
Cherries
Ellagic acid
Vitamin C
Vitamin E
5 servings
Berry Fruity Diet
(Blended as a smoothie/juice or eat on its own)
Strawberries
Ellagic acid
Vitamin C
Vitamin E
5 servings
Raspberry
Ellagic acid
Vitamin C
Vitamin E
5 servings
Cranberries
Proanthocyanidin
5 servings
Grapes
Flavinols
5 servings
Prunes
Fiber
5 servings
Apples
Fiber
5 servings
Apricots
Beta-carotene, Vitamin C
5 servings
Lemon
Vitamin C
Drop a slice of lemon
into the pitcher.
Carrot
Beta carotene
1 cup
Iced Water
  8 glasses
DTQ (Detox Thirst Quencher)
Green tea
Catechins
5 cups
Brown Rice, Quinoa, Oats
Fibre, Protein
1 serving
Fiberly Tasty
Beans and Lentils
Fibre, Protein
30 grams or
3 cups of beans per week
Salad Mix
A large Greens salad of grated red cabbage, lettuce, grated carrots, grated beetroot, sliced tomatoes, watercress, cucumber, and red or green peppers. Organic salad dressings or a teaspoon of olive oil. Sprinkle nuts and croutons for that added zest.
Potatoes with Skins
Fibre
At least five portions
Onions and Garlic
Sulfur
3-5 servings per week
Vegetable
Vitamin C, Gluthathione
At least five portions
Beets
Betaine
At least five portions
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SUBSTANCES THAT ADVERSELY AFFECT THE BODY HARMFUL FOOD ADVERSE EFFECTS
Aspartame
Artificial Sweeteners (Nutrasweet, table salt, Equal, BeneVia, Nutra Taste)
Aspartame contains Methanol, a serious metabolic poison. The body converts it to formaldehyde (embalming fluid) and formic acid (ant sting poison); both usually attack the central nervous system and every organ of the body.
Chlorine, Fluoride
Chlorinated Water
Chlorine reacts with water-borne decaying organic matter like leaves, bark, sediments to create a family of chemicals called trihalomethanes which are highly toxic substances.
Gluten
Starch Grains (rye, barley, wheat)
Even small amounts of gluten can misdirect the immune system to harm the lining of the small intestine in celiac. This process then hinders the essential processes like absorption of iron, calcium and carbohydrate, ultimately resulting into serious diseases like cancer and osteoporosis if not properly diagnosed for a long time.
Margarine and other hydrogenated fats
Baked Goods (canned foods, frozen pizzas, fish sticks, frozen fruit salad, frozen or refrigerated vegetables, foods with processed sugar, artificial sweeteners, canned pasta, ready made dinners, instant soups and dishes, pocket sandwiches, potato chips, cheese snacks, frozen meats)
Trans fats formed by hydrogenation are unnatural and the human body is not well-equipped to deal with them. They also compete with essential fatty acids for absorption in the body. This blocks or delays the work of the essential fatty acids, creating deficiencies and imbalances throughout the metabolism.
MSG - Mono Sodium Glutamate
Meat (chicken, beef stock, frozen dinners) Condiments (salad dressings, chilli sauce, grill spices) Snack Foods (crisps, cookies, instant noodles, canned foods)
This is a highly toxic ingredient. It causes sleeping disorders, migraine headaches, and Alzheimer's disease. It can even interfere with normal appetite regulatory functions and can defeat weight loss measures used for obesity.

Refined sugar,

sweeteners

Baked Goods (cakes, cookies, pastries, candies, chocolate bars)
Refined dietary sugars lack minerals and vitamins, they must draw upon the body's micro-nutrient stores in order to be metabolized into the system. When these storehouses are depleted, metabolization of cholesterol and fatty acid is impeded, contributing to higher blood serum triglycerides and cholesterol and promoting obesity due to higher fatty acid storage around organs and in sub-cutaneous tissue folds.
Soft drinks
Beverages (soda pops)
They provide a lot of sugars, calories and caffeine but of no significant nutritional value.
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