Removing Environmental & Dietary Toxins from Your Body – go DETOX!
Phase 1 – Prepare your Body – 7 days (1 week)
You want to reduce the potential side effects that may occur during the initial detox phase. Some of these side effects may include headaches, diarrhea, dehydration and the loss of electrolytes. If these things do occur, they typically resolve within the first few days of starting the program. However, by taking this 7 day preparation time seriously, you will reduce the chance of side effects.
In this first phase of the program you will learn:
Which foods to eat
Which foods to avoid
Get familiar with new flavors of vegetables, fruits, herbs and spices
What to stock in your kitchen
Explore sources of foods to shop
Learn how to prepare your food for a week
Methods of cooking to support the second phase of your detox
Preparation and planning is vital to integrate the program into your lifestyle quickly and easily!
Phase 2 – Detoxification – 7 days (1 week)
During phase 2 of the program, you will add a powdered beverage and nutritional supplements along with the dietary program. This is all designed to nutritionally support the detoxification process.
No two people have exactly the same needs. If needed, let us know your requirements and we will modify the dietary program in other ways to better suit you personally.
Phase 3 – Repairing and Replenishing Your Body – 14 days (2 weeks)
During this phase you will slowly reintroduce foods that were eliminated during phase 2. You will also slowly decrease the intake of your nutritional support products, at the same time you will increase consumption of nutrient dense foods that will support your body’s natural detoxification.
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