The MC is very specific and works in a very simple and elegant way to "cleanse" your system >Anything< that you add will interfere with it's simplicity by either keeping digestion active which can possibly affect it in several ways. Since digestion is active it keeps you constantly hungry. It can keep you from going into ketosis and then instead of using fats for energy which is how any cleanses/ fasts work, since most toxins are stored in fat or it can affect the alkilizing effect of the lemon because the system has to produce other gastric juices to digest deal with any of these additions. Who knows what other variables. The MC is NOT a nutritional diet it is a >CLEANSE< that's what it does in a very "specific" simple and elegant way and it's been proven effective AS IS for more than 50 years. If it ain't broke don't fix it!!
You are trying to reinvent the wheel. We spend most of our lives putting crap in our system and you are not going to fix it and or get it out in one fell swoop. Tain't gonna happen! If you want to cleanse your system in the best most efficient way then don't mess with it and you can do all these other supplements after you get the junk out and your system is operating more efficiently to absorb and make better use of these things. Generally supplements are meant to be done while eating regular food which work synergisticaly with all these substances and also act as a buffer for their absorption. You ain't pushing no envelope. You're >interfering< with the workings of a known and proven protocol.
I agree 100% with your statements. This is a cleansing process that has the byproducts of weight loss. It only works properly for both cleansing & weight loss when done by the book. The literal book that was written for it with complete recipe guidelines over 70 years ago. It was not meant to be revised. The lemonade diet protocol should not be changed when a person wants to reap the real benefits.