The Detox Diet, Third Edition: The Definitive Guide for Lifelong Vitality with Recipes, Menus, and Detox Plans [NOOK Book]

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This fully updated edition of The Detox Diet guides readers through the detoxification process and follow-up cleansing programs developed by Dr. Elson Haas for those struggling with addictions to sugar, caffeine, nicotine, and alcohol.

■      Do you overeat? Or are you overweight without overeating?
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The Detox Diet, Third Edition: The Definitive Guide for Lifelong Vitality with Recipes, Menus, and Detox Plans

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Overview

This fully updated edition of The Detox Diet guides readers through the detoxification process and follow-up cleansing programs developed by Dr. Elson Haas for those struggling with addictions to sugar, caffeine, nicotine, and alcohol.

■      Do you overeat? Or are you overweight without overeating?
■      Are you often tired or fatigued without knowing why?
■      Do you consume caffeine and sugar to get through the day?
■      Do you suffer from sinus headaches or chronic nasal congestion?  
■      Do you experience constipation, heartburn, or indigestion?
■      Do you have high blood pressure or elevated blood cholesterol?
■      Do you smoke and have you tried unsuccessfully to quit?
■      Do you consume alcohol daily or in large amounts?
■      Do you use nonprescription, prescription, or recreational drugs regularly?
 
If you answered yes to any of these questions, Dr. Elson M. Haas can help you regain vitality and start you on a new path to lifelong vibrant good health with his safe, effective detoxification and cleansing program.

Fully updated and expanded, the third edition of The Detox Diet offers a variety of fasting and juice-cleansing options, fifty deliciously satisfying follow-up recipes, and specially designed menu plans, whether you’re struggling with sugar, caffeine, nicotine, alcohol, or common chemical sensitivities.

Dr. Haas has added an important new chapter dedicated to teens about simple detox activities plus guidelines for dealing with weight and blood sugar issues, eating disorders, body image concerns, and substance abuse. He also answers the most frequently asked question from parents: “Is fasting safe for my teenage daughter or son?” Also included is a fast-food replacement chart; an elimination regimen that zeros in on specific dietary culprits; easy-to-follow detoxing directions that maintain teen-essential protein; and a modified juice-cleansing program developed for this age group.

This practical, authoritative book provides valuable help for anyone who wants to improve their health and lower their need for medications. As Dr. Haas explains, “Detoxification is the missing link in Western nutrition.”
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“The Detox Diet represents the next wave in health and healing—a must for everybody. Detoxification is the missing link for overall well-being, weight loss, and especially immune system health.”
 —Anne Louise Gittleman, author of The New York Times bestseller The Fat Flush Plan  
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781607743262
  • Publisher: Ten Speed Press
  • Publication date: 6/26/2012
  • Sold by: Random House
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 272
  • Sales rank: 518,873
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

ELSON M. HAAS, MD, is the founder and director of the Preventive Medical Center of Marin in San Rafael, California, which was among the first multi-disciplinary, integrative medicine clinics in the state. He is the author of eight books on the topics of nutrition and health.
Visit www.haashealthonline.com and www.pmcmarin.com
 
DANIELLA CHACE, MSN, is a nutritionist and author of more than a dozen books on healthy eating.
Visit www.daniellachace.com

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Read an Excerpt

Detox: Hoax or Healing?
I have used the process of detoxification and the information in this book for more than thirty-five years for my personal well-being as well as for many thousands of patients, with even more people benefiting from the process since the publication of the first edition of this book. Of course, there are many other practitioners who guide and observe people through similar processes of elimination diets, detoxification programs, and juice cleansing and have thousands of positive anecdotes. We still do not have much research that backs up what we see. It is challenging to first study the multi-dimensional programs people typically employ and then compare them with placebos or different diets. This research gold standard (double-blind, placebo-controlled study) is much easier when evaluating one substance, like a new medicine.
Really, we are talking here about a complete lifestyle shift, as with diet, exercise activities, and attitudes. Thus, to skeptics, it’s all a bunch of talk. “Prove to me that it works,” states a scientific researcher. I say, “Let me put you on a program and we’ll see how you feel and look. And we can study your blood chemistry, such as your cholesterol level (especially when it’s high), or monitor your blood pressure. Many aspects of your health will get better, with many side benefits.” I know when people make lifestyle and habit changes they often have improved health results.
Still, it’s difficult to study whole programs for improved health. Here, experience and anecdote might be a better gold standard.
We have expanded the recipe options from the original version of The Detox Diet because we want to give you more tasty choices for foods you can consume during and after detox. The following recipes are examples of foods you can eat coming off your detox program as well as some you can even consume while on your detox. We have organized them into breakfast; lunch and dinner; soups, salads, and side dishes; sauces, dips and dressings; snacks and treats; hot and cold drinks; smoothies; and fresh vegetable and fruit juices for easier access and application to your diet.
Part of the detoxification process is following an alkaline diet to help balance the acidic body state, which we believe leads to the toxicity and inflammation that results in the chronic, degenerative problems many Westerners experience. (See the earlier discussion on the acid-alkaline balance in chapter 2.) Therefore, our program focuses on the alkaline-generating fruits and vegetables and the most alkaline grains, which include millet, quinoa, and buckwheat. We have avoided the use of commonly reactive foods, such as wheat and dairy products other than an occasional optional ingredient, as with the cheese in the Stuffed Bell Peppers (page 228).
We also suggest minimizing all chemical exposure, both from your environment and from your foods. Therefore, we support your inclusion of organic food choices whenever these are available, as well as avoiding packaged and processed foods as much as possible and minimizing chemical use at home. A review of chemical concerns and the most important foods to buy organically grown can be found in Staying Healthy with Nutrition.
Good appetite. Good food. Good health.
 
Green Pea Hummus
This brilliant green dip is fresh, filling, and perfect for entertaining. Serve with colorful vegetable slices as an appetizer or afternoon snack. Serves 4.
2 cups fresh or frozen peas
2 cloves garlic
Juice of 1⁄2 lemon
2 tablespoons toasted tahini
Salt and freshly ground pepper
1 tablespoon ground cumin
1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil (optional)
Baby carrots, celery sticks, and/or sweet red, orange, or yellow bell pepper slices, for serving
 
Mix the peas, garlic, lemon juice, tahini, salt and pepper, cumin, and oil in a blender or food processor until smooth. Serve in a bowl with baby carrots, celery sticks, and/or sliced bell pepper.
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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Preface

Part One: Renewal

Chapter One: Why Detox?
Chapter Two: General Detoxification and Cleansing
Chapter Three: Gastrointestinal Health: The Guts of Detox
Chapter Four: Fasting and Juice Cleansing
Chapter Five: The Detox Diet and Other Purifying Diets
Chapter Six: Supplements, Activities, and Products for Detoxification
Chapter Seven: Transitional Diets
Chapter Eight: Teenagers and Detoxification
Chapter Nine: Life Stages and Special Circumstances

Part Two: Breaking the SNACC Habits

Chapter Ten: Sugar Detoxification
Chapter Eleven: Nicotine Detoxification
Chapter Twelve: Alcohol Detoxification
Chapter Thirteen: Caffeine Detoxification
Chapter Fourteen: Chemical and Drug Detoxification
Chapter Fifteen: Nontoxic Living

Part Three: The Recipes
 
Resources
About the Authors
Measurement Conversion Charts
Index 
 
 
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