Yeah – Success! My 28 days of detoxing in raw/vegan format has been successfully completed. I feel successful, healthy, lighter, and fulfilled in this attempt. I haven’t stepped on a scale but I know I’ve lost weight because of a much flatter mid-section, ad clothes fitting much better. In fact, I’ve moved from a large in several outfits to a medium; that’s huge. All in 28 days without being hungry or feeling deprived.
This is the longest detox I’ve completed. I would suggest to anyone to give this a go. All you do is bring healthier, wholesome foods into your system for a month. You eat what is fresh and easy to prepare and known to bring antioxidants and nutrients to your cells. After spending this time caring for my health I can only look forward to encouraging more people to do the same. I could continue on my path to coach on business development which I will always do for those that want it. However, I know there is nothing as important as your health. Once that’s gone all of the money in the world won’t do anything to make your life better.
Take care of yourself now. During this month alone, I’ve heard of two people with issues with inflammation, one with diabetes, one with a bacterial infection. Except for the infection, the others could have been helped or maybe even avoided with the proper nutrition. My bet is that none of the people involved knew this or specifically what to eat or drink to help themselves. I’ve also learned this month that diabetes in the US has become epidemic. this is another disease that can be monitored through diet and exercises. Yet that information is not fully out there. There’s a lot of work to do in the field of healthy eating and nutrition. I want to be a major player in helping this happen.
For those of you that followed this detox I want to thank-you for your support. Now that I’ve chronicled the process, you can follow this as you go through your detox or just to get a sense of some of the issue you might face during your detox. Also, I hope you will experiment with raw foods and detox foods. Another process I will keep is eating primarily vegan with a high percentage of raw foods. I feel my digestion is much better, and I’m anxious to have my cholesterol levels checked to see how they have changed. I’ve been exercising more and with better results and believe I actually look younger.
For the last time, I will share my daily meals. After my morning green smoothie, I ate some black-eyed peas and cabbage for lunch. Later in the afternoon, I had a green salad with tomatoes and carrot dressing. Dinner was an absolutely scrumptious broccoli stir-fry with tofu, mushrooms, and a bit of miso. Yum- I wrote that recipe done for the cookbook Ill be writing later this year.
I intend to finish my book the Seasoned Women’s Wellness Guide in a few weeks, get the new website introduced and start gearing up with new products and services. I hope you’ll become a part of my healthier community this year and at least start around to read the blogs reports and so much more!