Get creative and start to mix in herbs like oregano, basil, dill, rosemary, chive or healthy options like slices of turmeric, cinnamon, clove, and even ginger.
Tomatoes Rich in calcium, Vitamin C, Folates
Vitamin B1, Potassium
So what happens when your diet goes far beyond the recommended level of protein? One of the main concerns has to do with the stress put on the kidneys. It is important for people on this type of diet to exercise because it can help the kidneys do their job of flushing wastes out of your system more effectively. Physical therapy and walking is a great way to keep everything in check. Make sure you talk to your doctor before beginning any diet if you have ever experienced kidney problems. Another issue regarding getting too much protein is leeching of calcium from the bones. The acids released by the body as it digests protein are absorbed with the help of calcium. So if you aren't getting enough calcium, your body will take calcium from your bones. Make sure to eat more vegetables, in aspect to your meats and eggs, and you should be in the clear for detoxing. Some choose to even not consume any meat at all, but I would recommend up to at least 20 grams a day. Nice lean, free range cuts will also be much healthier since they weren't fed terribly and low grade feed that can include mycotoxins, I.E. moldy corn feed, etc. Apples are a great way to replace meat, since they are high in protein, if you wanted to leave out meat, milk products, and eggs.
Remember to get creative when you're in complete 100% detox since you cannot have any carbs and any sugars of any kind. Drinking juiced veggies in the morning can become a great replacement for coffee or the apple cider. Unsweetened chocolate is acceptable, so also don't forget things like that to add to your drinks and meals to spruce them up.
Here are a couple of great recipes that you'll love and so will your body: