Dr Ewa Dąbrowska’s Vegetable and Fruit Diet is a wonderful and proven way to improve your wellbeing and the overall condition of your body. Thanks to the Dabrowski diet, modern civilisation diseases can be avoided, including allergies, obesity or cancer. The main aim of Dr Dabrowski’s fruit and vegetable diet is to detoxify the body and restore internal processes. The effectiveness and efficiency of the diet have been confirmed by many years of research
The main aim of the fruit and vegetable diet is to detoxify the body and restore internal processes.
Dr Ewa Dąbrowska’s fruit and vegetable diet (so-called fruit and vegetable fasting) consists of four stages. They aim to change our habits and lifestyles. This results in long-term beneficial results in the prevention and treatment of various diseases.
Stages of Dr Ewa Dąbrowska’s fruit and vegetable diet:
The fruit and vegetable diet is a cleansing and normalising treatment. Fasting works in such a way that it activates the same processes as a ketogenic diet (carbohydrate reduction). Consequently, there is a weight loss resulting from burning primarily body fat rather than muscle.
For best results, the diet is to change health-promoting habits and lifestyles permanently.
This diet is based on natural plant products that contain thousands of bioactive substances such as enzymes, polyphenols, trace elements, vitamins.
All of these substances have therapeutic properties, trigger detoxification processes, nullify toxic free radicals and are beneficially alkalising. These processes naturally promote the body’s return to health balance.
Depending on the indications, it is recommended to carry out fasting based on low-starch vegetables:
root vegetables (carrots, beetroot, celery, parsley, radish),
Brassica vegetables (various types of cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, kale, sprouts),
onion vegetables (onion, leek, garlic),
cucurbit vegetables (pumpkin, squash, cucumber),
Solanaceous vegetables (tomato, pepper),
leafy vegetables (various types of lettuce, parsley, herbs).
At the same time, small amounts of low-sugar fruits such as apples, grapefruit, lemons and berries can be consumed.
In Dr Ewa Dąbrowska’s fruit and vegetable diet, green juices, which come from the green shoots of plants, are particularly valuable. They are a richer source of bioactive ingredients than the roots.
They contain chlorophyll, whose structure is chemically similar to haemoglobin. They have active enzymes that cleanse, detoxify, renew the blood, facilitate digestion, alkalise, provide oxygen, energy, vitamins and minerals in the best-absorbed form.
The most commonly used are: parsley, celery, botany, dandelion, nettle, sorrel, spinach, broccoli, cabbage, kale, lettuce, alfalfa sprouts, wheatgrass.
Vegetables and fruit are recommended to be eaten mainly raw, in the form of salads, smoothies and vegetable soups seasoned with herbs, stewed and roasted vegetables.
Among drinks, it is recommended to drink water, vegetable and fruit juices, fruit or herbal teas, sugar-free compotes, vegetable decoctions. No other food, coffee, strong tea, alcohol or smoking should be consumed during the fast.