With the holidays in full swing, bringing all their tempting treats, weight loss might be the last thing on your mind. But once the holidays have passed, and you’re feeling bloated while taking down your decorations and dreaming about the warm weather to come and how you might look in your swimsuit, we’ve got you covered–a tasty and natural waistline-shrinker for just pennies.
This weight loss system is called a “flush,” and before you try it, you probably want to check with your doctor. It’s not meant to replace meals, and it’s not a “crash diet” where you eat nothing else. With this system, you will drink the home remedy before you eat your regular meals.
All you need for this weight-loss system is unfiltered, unpasteurized apple cider vinegar, grapefruit juice, hot or cold water (your preference), and if you desire, raw honey. There are no juicers, expensive shakes or supplements. And since you probably eat three meals a day already, this is an easy and convenient diet plan!
Step 1. Before you enjoy your breakfast, mix 1 cup of grapefruit juice with 2 tablespoons of the apple cider vinegar in 8 ounces of water, stir, and enjoy. The juice has plenty of vitamin C, which has been known to help burn fat, especially during exercise. If you find the drink too tart for your tastes, add 1 teaspoon of honey, which equals 20 calories. You can sweeten the water with up to 1 tablespoon of honey, but it’s important to use no more than the recommended amount because there are 64 calories in that 1 tablespoon.
Step 2. Before lunch, repeat the same steps you did for breakfast. You need not limit the choice of foods you eat during your meals, but you may find you don’t eat as much as usual. And while the vitamin C may help burn fat during exercise, the apple cider vinegar should prevent fat from accumulating in your body. So, the two drinks together are like a powerhouse of fat burning and fighting.
Step 3. At dinner time, you will repeat the same recipe that you enjoyed before breakfast and lunch. Drink the entire glass. As an added benefit, besides helping you to lose weight, the grapefruit juice and apple cider vinegar have also been known to aid in digestion and control appetite. Anyway, you look at it, this home remedy is a win-win!
Keep in mind that this weight loss plan is a “flush.” You won’t want to do this for a prolonged period of time. Set your goal weight, talk to your health care provider, and once you reach your goal, you can go back to your regular diet. This is a great way to get back into shape after you’ve been lax about your diet and exercise. Keep the recipe on hand for the future!