Experiencing the “Clean” Nutritional Cleanse
As many of you know, I generally try to eat well and stay fit. This habit is owed at least in part to my father, who was very careful to avoid red meat beginning in the 60’s (yes, the 1960’s) in an attempt to minimize his arthritic knee pain. I inherited both his arthritic knees and his obsession with eating well and staying in shape.
So, since early this spring, my knees had been killing me. And, the weight I had gained over the holidays did not come off so easily this year. I just didn’t feel 100%. It so happens that a dentist who is on an internet forum, which I read daily, mentioned a nutritional program that he tried and for which he had high praise. So, I checked it out and followed the three week nutritional cleanse described in the book.
In short, the results for me were near amazing. The first week was tough as almost everything that I normally ingested was forbidden. I was tired, weak and hungry!
But, by the end of the third week, I had tremendous energy, felt wonderful and lost twelve pounds and a couple of inches off my gut!
The basic idea is to clean out all the bad stuff which had accumulated as a result of the foods and junk that I have been eating. Then, after the initial three weeks, one-by-one reintroduce foods and so determine which ones make me feel “bad” and need to be permanently eliminated.
It is certainly worth a look as the number of people who have had success with this program is quite impressive as has my personal experience. In the process of sticking to this regimen, you are forced to take a hard look at what you have been putting in your body and why. For me, the big revelations were that we ingest simply because of habit and overdo because we think that if a little is good, more will be better…
My recommendation? If you want to feel really good and could lose a few pounds, give this program a try. Feel free to call me if I can be of any help. You can reach me at the office at 908.359.6655 or via the new website at www.DesignsForDentalHealth.com.