The Cake Cleanse: Diet Allows You To Eat Cake For Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner While Still Losing Weight

Tara West

While most diets inform participants to steer clear of desserts such as cake, brownies and bread, the "Cake Cleanse" encourages dieters to eat these sweet treats. In fact, the diet is centered on "healthy desserts" and allows dieters to each cake for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The "Cake Cleanse" has been designed by foodie and sweet tooth Deborah Schipper as an alternative to traditional no-sweets diets. However, by using "real food" ingredients, the diet is considered healthy and backed by nutritionist Jennifer May.

"I've always been reasonably healthy but the sweet treats and processed foods snuck in as I got busy with work and needed an energy boost."
"It's all about a healthy breakfast, lunch and dinner but it's also about bad foods turned good - so it has things like pancakes as well that are actually really good for you. You can have cake for breakfast and be healthy. With the mug cakes you can have them in the morning for breakfast and you are full until lunch time."

Schipper claims that since eating according to the Cake Cleanse most of her health problems are gone. In fact, she says she has seen a 90 percent improvement in her skin condition and sleep issues.

"I would say that since eating this way my skin issues and my insomnia are 90 per cent better, I'm happier, have more energy and look forward to every single day - and I never have to worry about my weight again!"

"The bad elements in cakes and treats like sugar, gluten, preservatives, additives and unhealthy fats have been replaced with simple, natural ingredients packed with essential vitamins, minerals, strengthening protein, energizing carbs, filling fiber and healthy fats."

What do you think about a diet that allows you to consume cake and desserts for breakfast, lunch and dinner? Would you try this dessert-centered diet plan?

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