Nigerian detox meal plan (Bitter leaf & Scent Leaf Detox)

Nigerian detox meal plan (Bitter leaf & Scent Leaf Detox)

Nigerian detox meal plan (Bitter leaf and scent leaf detox)

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3 DAY NIGERIAN DETOX MEAL PLAN USING BITTER LEAF AND SCENT LEAF

To prepare the bitter leaf and scent leaves, take a handful of each that will make a cup, wash properly, blend or pound in your mortar and sieve.

Drink on and empty stomach first thing in the morning.

This detox Treatment should be done on a weekend like Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Take note of how you will feel after the detox.
You can always use it to clean up your system from time to time like twice a month.

Nigerian detox meal plan using bitter leaf and scent leaf

*Its health benefits<.*

☑️It is used to get rid of Tummy Fat

☑️Ghana seed is used to flush all manner of bacteria and infections in the body and also keep the body light and free

☑️It is a natural Detoxification.

☑️It helps in ceased Menstruation..

☑️ Flushing of the Fallopian tube..

☑️Burning of excessive stomach fat

☑️ Reduces excessive sugar

☑️cleanses your bowel system

☑️It’s good for constipation

☑️Also help for toilet infections e.t.c

What is body detoxification?

According to Wikipedia: “Detoxification (often shortened to detox and sometimes called body cleansing) is a type of alternative-medicine treatment which aims to rid the body of unspecified “toxins” – substances that proponents claim have accumulated in the body and have undesirable short-term or long-term effects on individual health. Activities commonly associated with detoxification include dieting, fasting, consuming exclusively or avoiding specific foods (such as fats, carbohydrates, fruits, vegetables, juices, herbs, or water), colon cleansing, chelation therapy, and the removal of dental fillings containing amalgam.”

Detoxification is no without criticism as authority health organisations including the world health organisation has called it a scam:

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“A 2015 review of clinical evidence about detox diets concluded: “At present, there is no compelling evidence to support the use of detox diets for weight management or toxin elimination. Considering the financial costs to consumers, unsubstantiated claims and potential health risks of detox products, they should be discouraged by health professionals and subject to independent regulatory review and monitoring.

Detoxification and body cleansing products and diets have been criticized for their unsound scientific basis, in particular their premise of nonexistent “toxins” and their appropriation of the legitimate medical concept of detoxification.”

Inspite of the vocal criticism, body detox is now a vogue thing in the world.

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~Esther Gabriel (Health Coach) with contributions from www.nimedhealth.com.ng.

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