The answer is no, you should most certainly should not do a full 24-hour juice cleanse—though there’s nothing bad about having an extra- low calorie day after a long night of eating unhealthy food and beverages, states F. Xavier Pi-Sunyer, an expert on obesity at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. "It won’t negatively impact your metabolism. You won’t be starved," he quotes. "It’s just one day."
Here is a step by step guide on how to safely truck through your binge and make the most out of your post-party detox, according to doctors:
1) Hydrate yourself. First thing, you need t wake up and de-bloat with a nice tall glass of water with lemons or cucumbers in it. (The vegetable possesses an antioxidant that helps alleviate swelling).
Here's how to safely power through your binge and make the most out of your post-party detox, according to the docs:
2. Eat a healthy breakfast. Have a scaled-back breakfast of Greek yogurt with 2 teaspoons hemp seeds and half a grapefruit. If you don’t like Greek Yogurt then try chia seed pudding with a cup of mixed berries; you can prep it in just 10 minutes and leave it in your fridge overnight.
3. Schedule a morning workout. If you overdid it the night before, there is one silver lining: "You’re likely carbed up from your indulgent meal last night, so you’re going to have a lot of energy," states Jim White, RD, owner of Jim White Fitness & Nutrition Studios. “Use that energy and do a little bit of cardiovascular training, a little bit of weight training; keep drinking plenty of water and you’ll feel better.”