Life On The Martha's Vineyard Detox Diet

Life On The Martha's Vineyard Detox Diet

Andrea Giancoli (Registered Dietician ) gives expert video advice on: How will I feel when I begin the Martha's Vineyard Diet?; What are the physical side effects of the Martha's Vineyard Diet Detox?; What exercises does the Martha's Vineyard Detox Diet include? and more...

How will I feel when I begin the Martha's Vineyard Diet?

On the Martha's Vineyard detox, most likely you're going to be hungry. You're consuming a lot of fluids that don't have very many calories, you're consuming very few calories over all, so you're going to be hungry. And because you're not consuming a lot of calories, you're probably going to be getting irritable; you'll feel weak, you may experience nausea, you may experience bloating and lack of concentration.

What are the physical side effects of the Martha's Vineyard Diet Detox?

That's how they sell the diet. They know that you're going to experience some of these side effects, like the dizziness, the nausea, and the irritability. They tell you that you're experiencing that because that is the toxins coming out, and that gets you to buy into the diet, but in reality you're experiencing all of those because you're not getting the proper nutrition that you need.

What exercises does the Martha's Vineyard Detox Diet include?

The Martha's Vineyard Diet Detox recommends that you jump on a trampoline to clean out your lymphatic system. There's no scientific backing behind that. However, jumping on a trampoline is a good exercise, so you'll be getting some good cardiovascular exercise out of that.

Why do I take a multivitamin on the Martha's Vineyard Diet Detox?

Often, another trigger that a diet is a fad diet is if it requires you to take some type of supplement. This is because if you have to take some type of supplement, like a multivitamin or a multi-mineral pill, that is an indication that the diet is insufficient.