December is here…. It is
pre Christmas time of parties and good time…Most of us at one time drink more than we should.
It can happen…So the most common side effects of drinking too much are
headaches, nausea and tiredness, resulting from a combination of dehydration
and inability of the liver to flush out toxins quickly enough. This programme
is designed to help you overcome the side effects and help repair the internal
and external damage, but it doesn’t mean you can drink to excess whenever you
feel like it. Drinking too much is very bad for your long-term health.
BEFORE YOU START DRINKING
Drink at least 1.5 litres (3pints) of water in each of the
day leading up to the big night out – this will make sure you are fully
hydrated and help to flush out toxins.
Have a meal before you go out and don’t drink on an empty
stomach – alcohol is very acidic.
Take a B-complex vitamin and 1 g of vitamin C, both of
which are used up when alcohol is being broken down in the body.
WHILE YOU’RE DRINKING
Having a glass of water after every alcohol drink is a
The bubbles in sparkling alcohol drinks such as champagne
or rum-and-coke speed up alcohol absorption, making you drunk more quickly.
Women are less able to break down alcohol than men.
Drink plenty of water before you go to bed and take a
glass of water with you to sip if you wake in the night. A squeeze of fresh
lemon juice in your water will lessen stomach acidity.
THE DAY AFTER
Book a Colonic Irrigation session preferably with Lemon Juice enema.
Absolut must! It will rehydrate you and flush off
the toxins also lemon juice will help restore lost Vitamin C.
Sip water to rehydrate yourself-aim for a glass every
half an hour. Fresh fruit and vegetable juice are high in antioxidants and will
help eliminate alcohol. Fizzy mineral water will reoxygenate your blood.
Take a B-complex vitamin plus 1 g of vitamin C.
Apart from being acidic and irritating the stomach, tea
and coffee are diuretic and will make you lose water you have left.
1small banana, sliced
1 pot liver low-fat yogurt
1 tsp honey
1 tsp sunflower seeds
1 tbsp muesli
together all the ingredients and eat. This breakfast will balance your blood
sugars and provide a sustained release of energy. Banana replenishes your
potassium stock, crucial for maintaining fluid levels and the correct balance
of acid to alkaline.