Master Cleanse

Master Cleanse is a modified juice that allows for no food, substituting tea and lemonade made with maple syrup and cayenne pepper. Proponents claim that the diet detoxifies the body and removes excess fat. There is no scientific evidence that the diet removes any toxins, or that it achieves anything beyond temporary weight loss. Uncertain to be harmful, Master Cleanse and similar programs can be harmful over the long term. In addition to its beneficial effects, short-term side effects may include fatigue, nausea, dizziness, and dehydration, while long term harm includes loss of muscle mass and increased risk of heart attack.

Master Cleanse was developed by Stanley Burroughs, who published it in the 1940s, and revived it in 1976 in his book The Master Cleanser and Healing for the Age of Enlightenment.

Nutritionist Jane Clark points to a lack of essential nutrients in this program, citing a deficiency of protein, vitamins, and minerals. As a result of these deficiencies, including far fewer calories than the recommended amount of calories, and According to the Harvard Medical School, the laxative component of the diet can lead to dehydration and electrolyte loss as well as impaired bowel function. Unless lasting changes are incorporated into one’s diet post-cleanse, weight loss during the diet may be regained. Dietician Keri Glassman has said that following the diet is “guaranteed” to gain weight after stopping. The diet calls specifically for grade B syrup is based on the color of the syrup. All maple syrup produced according to standard methods is made by exactly the same process. Many trees produce grade A later in the spring and grade B later. No maple syrup is refined and there is no evidence that grade B maple syrup contains more nutrients. Color and flavor are the only differences between grades of syrup. Stanley Burroughs was originally convicted of second-degree murder, but his conviction was reversed on appeal. A syrup contains more nutrients than the grade. All maple syrup produced according to standard methods is made by exactly the same process. Many trees produce grade A later in the spring and grade B later. No maple syrup is refined and there is no evidence that grade B maple syrup contains more nutrients. Color and flavor are the only differences between grades of syrup. Stanley Burroughs was originally convicted of second-degree murder, but his conviction was reversed on appeal. A syrup contains more nutrients than the grade. All maple syrup produced according to standard methods is made by exactly the same process. Many trees produce grade A later in the spring and grade B later. No maple syrup is refined and there is no evidence that grade B maple syrup contains more nutrients. Color and flavor are the only differences between grades of syrup. Stanley Burroughs was originally convicted of second-degree murder, but his conviction was reversed on appeal. No maple syrup is refined and there is no evidence that grade B maple syrup contains more nutrients. Color and flavor are the only differences between grades of syrup. Stanley Burroughs was originally convicted of second-degree murder, but his conviction was reversed on appeal. No maple syrup is refined and there is no evidence that grade B maple syrup contains more nutrients. Color and flavor are the only differences between grades of syrup. Stanley Burroughs was originally convicted of second-degree murder, but his conviction was reversed on appeal.

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