Among the list of popular diets today is the diet Molokai. Rather, the diet Molokai should be viewed not as a diet but as a version of the fasting day, because with all the incredible usefulness of Morococha, so much talk, Molokai has several side effects and even hazards that instills some doubt in the necessity of the use of the tool. But let’s in order.
Molokai is a beverage which is prepared easily. There are four cooking Morococha:
First option: boil two liters of milk, allow to cool to 70 degrees and add 5 teaspoons of tea, cover with a cloth and leave for 25-30 minutes, then strain.
Second option: in the glass of brew a strong tea, pour it into the milk (warm or cold — doesn’t matter) and eat.
Third option: pour 100 grams of boiling water for 1 hour. a spoonful Continue reading