mono diet

mono diet

An elimination diet in which the person ingests only one fruit (e.g., apple or grape) or vegetable (e.g., carrot or onion), its juice, and water, but no solid foods.
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Honestly no, as the silence, isolation and living on a mono diet of coconuts would probably drive me nuts.
In this study, the Macrocystis pyrifera mono diet produced high growth rates in the size and weight of H.
The algae Macrocystispyrifera, Gracilaria chilensis, and Sarcothalia crispata were administered as mixed diets, mono diets, or in rotation changing weekly.
Mono diets, mixed diets, and sequence diets (one type of diet 1 wk, followed by another type of diet the following week and so on, consecutively) were evaluated, as well as the effect of the feeder in the case of the artificial diet.
Exploring how Kundalini profoundly rewires the physical body and the mind, "Working with Kundalini" describes the rerouting of digestive fire during the rising of Kundalini energy; explores the relationship between Kundalini and food allergies and sensitivities as well as supportive dietary and alternative health modalities, including fasting; paleo, keto, vegetarian, vegan, and mono diets; herbal allies; and mineral supplements; and explores sexual practices that may help or hinder the process and meditation techniques to facilitate Kundalini awakening during each phase.
A MONO diets like this won't provide your body with all the nutrients it needs so don't follow it for longer than a week and make sure you take a good multi-vitamin every day you are on it.
A grapefruit diet, by contrast, is not nutritionally safe: "There is no protein in grapefruit and the danger is you lose muscle rather than fat." But Kathryn Marsden says: "Mono diets based on grapefruit, avocado, pears or grapes would be better because they are cleansing and easier to digest."