The Fruit Flush Diet Review

by The Diet Critic on January 26, 2016

The Fruit Flush Diet review
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The Fruit Flush Diet is a form of detox strategy that involves eating fruit, salad and protein for three consecutive days for the purpose of overcoming food addictions, cleansing the digestive system and even losing up to 9 pounds.

This plan was created by a clinical nutritionist named Jay Robb who designed it as a strategy to provide its followers with the ability to break away from their habits of consuming highly processed foods. It replaces those meals with lower calorie, high fiber fruits, as well as some vegetables, to clean out the system and direct the body to burn fat more efficiently.

In order to follow The Fruit Flush Diet on the first of the three days, a dieter must drink a protein shake every two hours from 8:00 in the morning to 4:00 in the afternoon. Each shake is to be chased by 8 to 12 ounces of water. After that time, dinner can be eaten, but it must consist of a raw salad without any form of starchy veggies. It can be dressed with flax oil, olive oil or half an avocado. It must also contain egg whites or 3-6 ounces of another type of lean protein.

The second and third days of the diet involve eating only 100 calorie servings of fruit every two hours from 8:00 in the morning to 4:00 in the afternoon. Dinner consists of a protein shake in addition to either half an avocado or a salad.


One of the biggest benefits of the Fruit Flush Diet is that followers are to eat plenty of fruits and vegetables, which is good considering many Americans do not consume enough produce, and fruits and vegetables are known to offer many health benefits.

Furthermore, it is likely that you will lose water weight while following this detox plan. This weight loss may be achieved via hydration and fiber, both of which can help you to overcome water retention and constipation.


Unfortunately, due to the fact that the weight you will lose following this diet will be water, it is very likely that you will gain it all back once you are finished the dieting process. Moreover, the Fruit Flush Diet is not a realistic weight loss solution. It is only a short-term plan and not a lifestyle. Therefore, any positive effects it has while you follow it are likely to be lost once you are done.

Also, there is absolutely no proof that eating only plant-based foods will help you to burn fat or “detox”. Moreover, a diet hat is low in calories, like this one, can work against your weight loss efforts because it can slow down your metabolism, which makes it harder for you to lose weight after the short term diet is over and easier to gain weight.

Finally, the Fruit Flush Diet is highly restrictive. Although it is only for a few days, it may still be hard for some people to follow, especially those who enjoy caffeine, sweeteners, salt or seasonings, because all of these are off limits.

Definitely talk to your doctor first before you consider trying this diet.

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