It is not reccomended as the idea of the cleanse is to rid the body of toxins. Alchol isn't exactly a 'pure' source of 'nutrition'. Sorry about that. Going through the cleanse, depending on which plan you are following, may make you want to have a drink, but you should abstain if you are truly trying to do it right.
That kind of defeats the purpose doesn't it. Detoxification is a serious affair and not to be taken lightly. A list of detox foods including what to avoid is given in my hub here.
by David Livermore 3 years ago
Do you have to drink alcohol to have a good time? Why?I don't like to drink, yet so many people I know have to drink to have a good time, even avoiding doing certain things if they can't drink. Are you like that? Why?
by Peeples 6 years ago
What are your thoughts on parents who drink alcohol?Here in the USA I notice a lot of parents who seem fearful of having a drink for fear of judgement from other parents. What is your take on it? Do you think having children should mean no more drinking?
by britt1215 6 years ago
can i be an alcoholic because of my parents?
by Jack Burton 5 years ago
Should those who drink alcohol pay a special tax to cover the damage it causes to society?Alcohol-related auto crashes alone totals more than $51 billion and that's not counting the rest of the harm. A $1 per % of alcohol in the product will go to a common pool to pay for that damage so that we who...
by reymund 9 years ago
Working is quite hard sometimes. probably, we can;t find ways how to star it and if it happens to be started, there some interfering factors that leads us to quiting or postponing the tasks. What are the things that probably the cause of delay in accomplishing your task?
by InterestCaptured 6 years ago
Should 10-year old kids be allowed to drink alcohol?
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