Every day we take to our Vitamix or favorite juice bar to nourish our bodies with elixirs that cleanse and improve our physical and mental well being. But is too much good a bad thing? Is this the coming fall out of Clean’s dirty secret? Read on from:
LONDON (THE GUARDIAN) – In the spring of 2014, Jordan Younger noticed that her hair was falling out in clumps. “Not cool” was her reaction. At the time, Younger, 23, believed herself to be eating the healthiest of all possible diets. She was a “gluten-free, sugar-free, oil-free, grain-free, legume-free, plant-based raw vegan”. As The Blonde Vegan, Younger was a “wellness” blogger in New York City, one of the thousands on Instagram (where she had 70,000 followers) rallying under the hashtag #eatclean. Although she had no qualifications as a nutritionist, Younger had sold more than 40,000 copies of her own $25, five-day “cleanse” program – a formula for an all-raw, plant-based diet majoring on green juice.
I don’t have any more to add to this article. The take away is that we can go back to just the basics and give ourselves a balanced regime. Eating extreme diets that don’t nourish our bodies and souls clearly can’t be the answer. At the end of the day, we need to do what is best for our health to enjoy the bounty of good food and company of family and friends.
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