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Lunar Diet 

 May 29, 2014

By  Gabriela

Lunar diet helps in the body’s detoxification. Also, it is a very popular diet for those women who have found exercising not very popular. It is proven that this diet gives a very quick and visible results.

There are various theories about the influence of the Moon on people and their lives. Many studies confirm that the Moon affects our behavior or the rhythm of our sleep. But, there is a theory that the position of the Moon affects even our weight loss.

What Lunar Diet Represents, Actually?

Lunar diet consists of consuming fluids at the time when the Moon enters a new phase. Moon passes through four phases: new moon (when you cannot see in the sky), first quarter (about 6 days after the new moon), full moon (when the sky looks like a full circle) and the last quarter.

Lunar diet can be applied twice a month; first, when the Moon is old and second, when the Moon is young. But, it is advisable to be once a month when there is a young Moon only.

Moonlight liquid diet helps the body get rid of toxins and also, prevents many diseases. And what about wrinkles?

Lunar Diet - Before & After

Details of Lunar Diet

Lunar diet begins when the Moon enters in the particular stage. It’s only a liquid diet. It lasts for 24 hours.

During the diet you must consumed 2-4 liters of fluid, and it is best to be plain water and tea without sweetener. When you feel great deal of hunger, its recommended homemade juice from fruits or vegetables. Milk and alcohol are forbidden.

Lunar diet cleans the body from toxins in the interval of 24 hours, and discarding all the reserved liquid. This 24 hour post can lose 1 to 3 pounds.

But if you do choose lunar diet, once a month, then make sure what are you eating the rest of the month, because when the moon is growing – you need to consume less food, and when the moon falls – you can afford more pleasure and enjoyment in food.

Lunar Phases

Lunar Diet - Lunar Phases 2014

About the author 

Gabriela

A mom of two with a background in journalism, I took health into my own hands and started researching to find answers to my own health struggles. My research turned into a blog that turned into an amazing community (starring you!).When I'm not reading medical journals, creating new recipes, you can find me somewhere outside in the sun or undertaking some DIY remodeling project that inevitably takes twice as long as it was supposed to.

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