Here's How To Actually Detox After Eating All The Things
You don't need to juice a thing.
First of all, you don't really need special juices or potions to ~cleanse~ yourself.
And you shouldn't overcompensate by seriously cutting calories.
In fact, your best bet is to just get back to (or start) eating a healthy, balanced diet.
Here's what a day's worth of healthy, balanced meals might look like:
We consulted Langer and Holly Lofton, MD, director of the Medical Weight Management Program at NYU Langone Medical Center, for some easy examples.
Breakfast: 2% Greek yogurt with a handful of homemade granola OR with a cup and a quarter of berries
Lunch: Big salad with lots of vegetables and tuna fish, a piece of fruit, a few whole grain crackers OR a turkey sandwich with lettuce and tomato and serving of a broth-based soup
Afternoon snack: Almonds with Medjool dates OR a hard-boiled egg OR cottage cheese with fruit
Dinner: Grilled salmon or chicken, lots of vegetables, baked potato
Dessert: A small frozen dessert (about 150 calories or so) OR a few squares of dark chocolate
If you're trying to figure out how to start making healthy, balanced meals on your own, check out BuzzFeed Life's 7-Day Clean Eating Challenge.