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Syrup sap dietThe Sap Syrup Diet is performed for a limited time, helping us to eliminate the toxins and fats accumulated in the body. It contains vitamins, minerals such as potassium, sodium, calcium, magnesium, zinc, manganese and iron, as well as enzymes and other trace elements vital for our body. It does not contain sugar, and lemon acts as an antioxidant because it is a rich source of vitamin C, raising our metabolism, if we add Cayenne it improves its flavor and it contributes with B vitamins, which purify the blood.
How to lose weight with the syrup diet
The sedentary life, stress, the intake of junk food, alcoholic beverages and refined sugars are the main cause for overweight and obesity, in addition to all these bad eating habits cause an accumulation of toxins in our body, the need arises detoxify from time to time. Fasting has been practiced since ancient times for this purpose, and to prevent diseases.
A total fast that involves drinking only water, helps to detoxify the organism, but during this time the body is also deprived of nutrients, so there is an alternative to fasting, and it is the Sap and Lemon Syrup Diet, which will be carried out between seven and ten days ingesting only a mixture of sap syrup, lemon juice, a pinch of cayenne and water, but you can also drink infusions.
Maple sap has its origin in the forests of North America, and was already used by the natives. Maple syrup provides a large amount of mineral salts and trace elements. Maples are roughly forty years old when they proceed to cut the bark and extract the sap, without damaging the tree.
In maple syrup there are three categories, which can be recognized by their color.
Grade C comes from the last phase of the harvest and is of a much higher quality, the harvest is not very abundant and it is less sweet, and it is dark in color, but with a great contribution of minerals such as calcium, zinc, iron and manganese.
Another of the main ingredients of this diet is the fresh lemon juice. Lemon contains large amounts of vitamin C and acts as a natural antibiotic.