Are Master Cleanse Diets Effective?

Are Master Cleanse Diets Effective?

The Master Cleanse was first published in the 1940s by Stanley Burroughs who then revived it in 1976 by including it in his publication, “Healing for the Age of Enlightenment”. The cleanse has been around for decades and its popularity remains strong, which can be attributed to the simplicity of the cleanse along with any perceived and actual benefits. Most everyone on Facebook has had at least one friend share their experiences with the cleanse, and some people make it a yearly, or even seasonal tradition. If you are curious about Master Cleanse and are wondering if it is effective, keep reading to find out more.

Many entrepreneurs have entered the game and are selling premade cleanses based on the Master Cleanse recipe. While purchasing the lemonade already made does simplify the process, preparing a batch at home could not be easier. The recipe calls for organic lemons, cayenne pepper, and pure maple syrup, all mixed with purified water. Drink 6-8 glasses per day while refraining from eating, as the syrup is purported to provide all of your required calories. The lemon and cayenne are there to improve detoxification and increase your metabolic rate. It is recommended that you stay on the cleanse for 10-14 days.

There is little to no scientific data that supports the efficacy of this, or any other, detoxification cleanse. Most people do lose weight but for many, that result is temporary. If you are looking for a way to reset your eating habits or reduce your cravings for unhealthy foods, this cleanse may be effective in meeting those goals. The lemonade is tasty and it is true that the syrup does provide energy, however, there are side effects of which you should be aware. Fainting, dizziness, and headaches are often reported by those doing the cleanse, especially in the first two to three days.

As you progress through the 10 days or two weeks of your cleanse you will begin to feel better as your body adjusts. As your headaches dissipate and you no longer feel faint, this cleanse can be easier than some others to complete. The important things to remember are your lifestyle goals and what you want to get out of the experience. If you have been eating unhealthy and processed foods, this is a good reset for your body and mind. Just keep your goals in mind once you finish the cleanse to prevent yourself from falling back into bad habits.

While there is no conclusive evidence that the Master Cleanse is a boon to your health, it can be an effective tool in realigning your eating habits and getting your habits back on track. If you are considering a cleanse of any type, be sure to check with your doctor to make sure that you do not have any health concerns that could be worsened. The Master Cleanse has been utilized by many people over a lot of years, but there is only one way to know if you will realize positive results from this lemonade diet.

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