Hello! Here is the place to access the GET YOUR LIFE BACK PROGRAM, and actually do it!
The goals you may not achieved in other programs can be achieved here with some simple guidelines and commitment!
YOU HAVE FOUND IT!
This program is for anyone who has been trying to;
Overcome health challenges
Overcome anxiety or depression
Increase focus and productivity
You Get your life back!!
About one year ago I discovered a company with products and a program that can work for anyone, and it's time I shared it!
If you have been sent here from a friend, trust their judgement and advice because they have tried either part of the program, or the whole thing, and have had results and wish that for you as well. This program is meant to be the intial step in a life change that will support you for the rest of your life effortlessly because it IS NOT a diet, but is a fulfilling lifestyle change. You will be supported by whoever referred you, or you can access support from myself by calling or emailing. Most of what you need is listed in the steps provided, but some of you will need special attention as well, and that is ok! We are here for you!
Eating clean is essential to achieve your goals, and this doesn't mean starving yourself or depriving yourself of all that is good and tasty!
This 30-day clean eating diet will allow your body to detox more slowly than a juice cleanse of shorter duration. This diet is ideal for anyone new to detoxing, as well as anyone wanting to cleanse throughout the year.
What to Include:
Block carbon is best. If you use Brita, make sure to change the filter frequently as bacteria can easily build up in between the tiny carbon granules.
Raw, steamed, juiced, stir-fried, grilled or in home-made soups.
Fruit is a source of natural sugar so should be limited to 1-2 servings daily.
Gluten-free grains & cereals
Brown rice, millet, quinoa, amaranth, and buckwheat.
Navy, kidney, adzuki, lentils, black beans, split peas, lima, red beans, chick peas.
Nuts & Seeds
Soak raw nuts and seeds overnight in filtered water to remove enzyme inhibitors and increase digestibility. Soaked nuts and seeds may then be dried in your oven at a low temp (190F) for a few hours. Once dry, store in fridge in airtight container.
Almond, flax, coconut and hemp milk are also good alternatives to cow and goat dairy.
Eggs, wild fish, poultry, grass fed beef, lamb, raw cheese, yoghurt
Choose organic to avoid hormones and antibiotics.
Raw cheese or yogurt (goat or cow) in limited amounts if at all only 1 serving every second day
Options include: Stevia, honey, pure maple syrup.
What to Avoid:
Sucrose, maltose, lactose, glucose, mannitol, galactose, date sugar, torbinado sugar, high fructose corn syrup, agave syrup, white/brown sugar, artificial sweetener and aspartame.
Dried, candied fruit
Too high in sugar
Coffee and black tea should be avoided. Green and white teas may be included for their antioxidant value. If you are currently a coffee drinker, reduce your consumption gradually in order to avoid a withdrawal headache.
Alcohol & Carbonated Beverages
Carbon dioxide interferes with oxygen delivery via red blood cells. Phosphoric acid acidifies the body. Pop also creates a potassium imbalance and leaches calcium from your bones. Carbonated water can be enjoyed on occasion. Kombucha is a nice alternative to soda and beer.
Cow and Goat Dairy Caveat
Butter is usually well tolerated and can be used for cooking throughout your cleanse. Avoid processed dairy. Margarine should be avoided.
Breads & Baked Goods, Pasta
Turns to sugar and feeds the wrong kind of bacteria in our guts
Peanuts and pistachios because of their potential for mold. Other nuts may be enjoyed in moderation throughout your cleanse, if they are well tolerated.
Whole wheat, kamut, spelt, rye, barley, etc. Gluten-free grains may be enjoyed in moderation.
Avoid in pickles, sauerkraut, condiments, olives, salad dressings. Vinegar feeds the wrong bacteria in our guts. Lactic acid fermented pickles and vegetables are beneficial to build the right kind of bacteria in our guts. Apple cider vinegar is allowable as it is a prebiotic and fees the good bacteria.
MSG and other preservatives
Found in bouillon cubes, condiments, sauces, salad dressings etc.
During any cleansing regime, the emphasis should be on wholesome, nutrient-dense foods. It goes without saying (I hope!) that ALL processed and packaged foods should be avoided for the duration.
Support in a group format can be very motivating and inspiring and help many people keep on track. I recommend for those wanting to increase their fitness to join this program along with the cleanse and Clean Eating program to further their progress!