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The ‘Taco Cleanse’ Encourages Dieters to Eat Everyone’s Favorite Food

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A book titled “The Taco Cleanse: The Tortilla-Based Diet Proven to Change Your Life” was released back in December 2015, but media outlets like ABC 13 are now taking notice of what the diet book has to say. The claim is that the Taco Cleanse can lower blood pressure and decrease bad cholesterol all while one is grinning from ear-to-ear because they’re eating one of their favorite foods.

“The creators of the diet say their plan will help you get more fiber and nutrients, and can help you lead a better life,” ABC 13 writes. But if you’re considering driving to Taco Bell to grab a few Doritos Locos tacos, you’re not on track with what authors Wes Allison, Stephanie Bogdanich, Molly R. Frisinger, and Jessica Morris have in mind. The Austin, Texas authors of “The Taco Cleanse” promote healthy vegan eating with 75 recipes that will satisfy even the most stubborn meat lover.

On Amazon, the book’s description says that it will show readers how to recreate meaty favorites using plant-based foods, and “…how to make everything from the tortilla—flour, corn, and waffle (!)—to the thirst-quenching ‘Supplements’ (margaritas and other beverages) that best complement your tacos.”

See if you can get in the groove with the taco cleanse here.