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Fluids are key since extra salt, sugar, and alcohol can dehydrate your body. Start the day with a tall glass of water or warm cup of any type of tea, then drink throughout the day, aiming for 2-3 litres to flush out the pollutants from the weekend. Plan to eat three meals, with lunch four hours after breakfast and dinner between 6 and 7. Focus on nutrient-dense foods that are low in calories but high in vitamins and minerals since weekend fare tends to be the opposite. Have an afternoon snack around 4 p.m. of green drink powder mixed in water or a smoothie. Look for one containing sea vegetables, probiotics, grasses, and enzymes that will aid in proper digestion. You can also have a whole-food snack after dinner if you are hungry. Take a multivitamin, and at every meal pop a omega-3 supplement, which will help reduce the inflammation that can be caused by poor eating. At each meal, divide your plate so that it?half protein and half non-starchy veggies carbs. Incorporate dairy and fruit to optimize the variety of vitamins, minerals, and protein. High-water, high-fiber fruits such as berries, grapefruit, pears, cantaloupe, olives, and avocado will help clean out your gut and get your digestive system back on course, while dairy contains B vitamins, calcium, and vitamin D, all of which you likely skimped on over the weekend.
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