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Re: Semi-fast? Is it recommended


It's not a question whether it's recomended or not it's about what your goals are. There is no particular magic about the lemonade. The way the Master-Cleanse works is by giving the digestive system a break and then the body uses the extra energy to revert to it natural state of health with the lemon and cayenne "aiding" the bodys natural proclevity towards a state of health when unburdened by not dealing with digestion. If you eat and drink the lemonade at most you'll be cutting your caloric intake somewhat but don't expect to get the cleansing benefits.

My sugestion than rather than try doing the lemonade and eating that you go for veggie juices and a good clean diet of mostly raw foods. This way your body will start cleansing gradually while getting mega doses of readily assimilable nutrients vitamins and minerals. Then when you get a break in your schedule that you can do the Master-Cleanse to get the real cleansing benefits then do it by the book. At this point if you have been eating mostly raw and juicing you will have already started your system cleansing and gradually having ridding itself of toxins so your chances will be muuuuuch greater of not going through any debilitating detox symptoms while doing the Master-Cleanse by the books to reap the most rewards.

That link that somebody posted about someone doing broth etc on the MC is not any kind of "recomendation/endorsement". It is just an account of what someone did. They certainly where not doing the MC and they certainly did not get the benefits of the MC as designed/intended.

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It's not a question whether it's recomended or not it's about what your goals are. There is no particular magic about the lemonade. The way the MC works is by giving the digestive system a break and then the body uses the extra energy to revert to it natural state of health with the lemon and cayenne "aiding" the bodys natural proclevity towards a state of health when unburdened by dealing with digestion. If you eat and drink the lemonade at most you'll be cutting your caloric intake somewhat but don't expect to get the cleansing benefits.

My sugestion than rather than try doing the lemonade and eating that you go for veggie juices and a good clean diet of mostly raw foods. This way your body will start cleansing gradually while getting mega doses of readily assimilable nutrients vitamins and minerals. Then when you get a break in your schedule that you can do the MC to get the real cleansing benefits then do it by the book. At this point if you have been eating mostly raw and juicing you will have already started your system cleansing and gradually having ridding itself of toxins so your chances will be muuuuuch greater of not going through any debilitating detox symptoms while doing the MC by the books to reap the most rewards.

That link that somebody posted about someone doing broth etc on the MC is not any kind of "recomendation/endorsement". It is just an account of what some did. They certainly where not doing the MC and they certainly did not get the full benefit of the MC as designed/intended.
 

 
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