What Foods Can I Eat on the AdvoCare 10-Day Diet?

Fresh or raw fruits and vegetables, 100 percent whole-grain brown rice, oatmeal, and non-dairy milk, such as almond and rice milk, are some of the foods included on the AdvoCare 10-day cleansing diet. The suggested diet meats are chicken, fish, turkey breast, and ground turkey.

The AdvoCare 10-day cleanse diet includes foods like avocados, raw nuts and seeds, olives and olive oil as well as some healthy fats. Almond and peanut butter are other excellent sources of fat for the diet. Beans, lentils, hummus, chicken broth, and vegetable broth are also permitted on the diet.

The 10-day AdvoCare cleanse is a component of a broader 24-day challenge. This phase of the diet helps participants better absorb the nutrients in their meals and offers them a fresh start on their new nutritional objectives.

AdvoCare nutritional supplements, such as its Herbal Cleanse and Probiotic Restore tablets, OmegaPlex tablets for important fatty acids, and AdvoCare Spark, which aids in giving dieters more energy and focus, all play a part in the diet.

Any item that is white, such as white bread, pasta, and rice, is among the things that the AdvoCare 10-day cleanse forbids. Dieters should only consume fresh fruits as sweets because sugar and honey are forbidden. Fried foods are also forbidden by the plan, and cheese and mushrooms are still off limits because of the mould they carry. Alcohol is not allowed on the diet while the body is being cleansed.

Misha Khatri
Misha Khatri is an emeritus professor in the University of Notre Dame's Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry. He graduated from Northern Illinois University with a BSc in Chemistry and Mathematics and a PhD in Physical Analytical Chemistry from the University of Utah.

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