A 3 Day Fruits & Vegetables Diet

April 19, 2011 |  by  |  Blogs, momofthree

A fruits and vegetable diet has tremendous health benefits that many don’t realize. Instead of consuming meat (laced with toxins and other harmful chemicals that come with processing) or fried foods (which are rich in fat and cholesterol), eating vegetables and fruits for each meal of the day over a three day period is not only safe but also helpful in the sense that the body will consume lots of nutrients, start a new cleansing process (as vegetables and fruits can deliver lots of fiber and antioxidants) within, and have enhanced metabolism.

For starters, having an all-fruit breakfast composed of two apples, a cup of mango or orange slices, and a glass of fresh orange juice on a Friday morning is nice. For lunch, having a bowl of asparagus cream soup, one or two cups of fresh fruit, a small cup of salad, a few crackers and one glass of water or juice is recommended and sufficient enough to enable the person to last the rest of the day at the office. For dinner, a small-sized veggie pizza, a cup of fresh fruit, a cup of sliced carrots, a cup of vanilla ice cream and water can seal the day.

Continue your diet starting with two slices of whole wheat bread, an apple or an orange, and a tall glass of water to start the Saturday morning. For lunch, having a bowl of corn soup, a veggie burger, a cup of strawberries and water can make the meal special. For the evening, a bowl of salad (with lots of cabbage, broccoli, carrots), a small cup of onion soup, a slice of whole wheat bread, a cup of strawberries, a cup of vanilla ice cream and a glass of juice and water can make Saturday night dinner special.

For Sunday, choose to repeat some of the meals you had the past two days or treat yourself to newer offerings like having an apple maple crumble pie for lunch or dinner dessert, or a pumpkin apple salad. Overall, having a fruits and vegetable diet will not only help boost your body’s metabolism but also gain a large amount of nutrients that the usual foods eaten during the week terribly lacked.

By Monday, go back to work feeling refreshed and less stressed.

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Mother of three, Athlete & Business Woman. Lover of clean lines in everything from furniture to web design and future yogi and vegetarian in the making!
Currently enjoying the journey from "mother of three body" back to pre-pregnancy fit! No more sugar, fast food or late night binges.



3 Comments


  1. Diet Report, Log Date Four (4)

    Eating nothing but raw vegetables and fruits have given me more of an appreciation of the discipline it takes to master the vegan diet. I especially have tremendous respect for those that have made the difficult transition away from meats, poultry, etc.

    As I enter the fifth day of this diet, I have noticed subtle changes in many aspects of my life. I have the sudden urge to hop around and mate with my wife at a much faster pace, somewhat bunny-like. Note to self, cut back, on my carrot and celery consumption. The need to drop a load 5-6 times a day is somewhat puzzling, yet very liberating. All the while, my bowel movements consistently sink to the bottom of the toilet. Since fatty foods cause dooodoooo to float, I must be doing well with my reduction of fat.

    Until next log, this is Captain D. Coppin signing out.

    Alumni Wellness is very cool.

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