Whole foods Detox Program
Q: What is a whole food?
A: Food that has been processed or refined as little as possible and is free from additives or other artificial substances.
Like detoxifying from all unhealthy things, you may experience a short period of discomfort as you remove toxins from your body. But at the other end is a lifetime of energy, vitality, confidence and radiance. We won’t promise that it will be easy to change your food lifestyle in those first few weeks, but we can promise that it’s worth it. You’re worth it.
For the first 21 days (3 weeks) you’ll be detoxifying your body. Here’s where your road to success begins.
• Clear out the refrigerator, pantry and cupboards by removing toxins and processed foods. Start reading labels on anything and everything you consume. Cereals, canned products, boxed and frozen foods, even spices have hidden chemicals and sugars. You will want to rid yourself of as many of these as possible. If you can’t pronounce it, don’t keep it or bring it to the page and ask about it. To check on an ingredient, click here!
• Take our grocery shopping list and head to your nearest New Seasons, Whole Foods, Sprouts, Trader Joe’s, Costco or favorite store that carries healthy options.
• Start logging all foods you consume on myfitnesspal.com. Complete each day so that your accountability partner can help you and so that we can discuss changes with you from time to time. Log everything, no matter what your choices might be! It will get better.
• You may experience headaches or flu-like symptoms for a few days as your body adjusts, especially if refined sugar is one of your habits. This will pass so don’t put it off for a better time! There’s no better time than NOW!
• Everyone finds challenge in getting started. But if you ask the group, you will find great advice and support. Many questions will arise; don’t hesitate to toss it up on the wall. You’ll get plenty of responses! We’ve all been there. You will do great.
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