Here’s What You Should Eat Right After a Juice Cleanse

There are some parameters to post-cleanse eating — it certainly isn’t a solid food free-for-all
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Your diet of liquefied greens and fruit is ending, but how should you start eating solid foods again?

You decided to go on a juice cleanse for one of the many reasons people do. Perhaps your digestive system needed a break or you wanted to detox. It’s even possible that you just wanted to have the bragging rights – endeavoring to consume naught but liquid for three or more days is something you should feel accomplished completing.

Here’s What You Should Eat Right After a Juice Cleanse.

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Regardless of the reason you started your juice cleanse, though, it — like most things — must eventually come to an end.

The human body undoubtedly undergoes some changes during a cleanse, including the balancing of bacteria in our guts as well as the probable (and often desirable) side effect of weight-loss. We don’t want to say that your body is in a fragile state during your cleanse, but your digestive system is undeniably delicate after embarking on a liquids-only diet, and this newfound state of balance is one that should be fostered not neglected. Thus, transitioning back into the world of solid foods is something that you shouldn’t approach without an educated plan. By eating healthy, alkalizing foods and hydrating like you’ve never hydrated before, you’ll help your body come back from a cleanse healthier than ever.

In order to truly reap the health benefits of a juice cleanse, look to the accompanying slideshow to help you on your quest to trade your straw in for a knife and fork. Without further ado, Here’s What You Should Eat Right After a Juice Cleanse.