I’m so in.
Anyone wanna join me?
I posted something about it this morning on the Simply Real Health Facebook page, and it seems like everyone is in the same boat. And while a detox or cleanse sounds great in theory, I can’t get down with the extreme mentality around food and being healthy that they encourage. Because anyone can easily do a detox, but then come Day 4 (or 8, or 10), it can rebound with the opposite effect and you end up even worse than when you started.
And feeling guilty about it on top it all, for failing, yet again at healthy eating.
So, instead, I want to share my way to doing a little reset– which I love to do at the beginning of each season so I can feel great, re-energized and excited for all of the amazing seasonal food to come.
It’s less about “cleansing” and more about just lightening the digestive and heavy load on your body that can come from more alcohol than normal (oh hey, outdoor happy hours, concerts, picnics and camping), excess caffeine (mmm iced coffee is so good in the summer), lots of sugar (what? August is a big birthday month) or more processed foods can have.
And those things are fine, and a great part of life, but not when they start creeping into your daily life. That’s when the slope gets slippery, and the overall load on your body can get pretty tough after a while. That’s when you’ll start to feel not so great. Which should be the first sign that you’ve gotta mix it up and break the weird habits before they become a more permanent thing.
There is nothing magical about it, but getting rid of the frequent consumption of these things lets your body’s natural detox systems get to work faster. When you combine this subtraction of the energy-sucking food and beverages with a more positive infusion of good nutrients, minerals and enzymes from fresh pressed juices and clean healthy food, you’ve got a winning combo– and something that wouldn’t be too crazy to continue on with in real life.
Plus, sometimes it’s nice to know you’re doing something good for your body, to give it a well deserved break so it can run more efficiently + happily as you go about your daily life. Like giving your body some good lovin’ as a little thank you.
So, what does this 3 Day Real Food + Pure Juice Reset consist of?
Well, it’s pretty simple.
It’s a 3 day menu of real-food recipes + healthy liquids to get your body into a better + healthier routine, so you can jumpstart that “healthy lifestyle way of living” thing. Sometimes you have to force good habits to get the momentum going, and then once you do and are feeling better, it’s a lot easier to want to continue them.
So, instead of a straight up juice cleanse or just trying to eat healthy, we’re got a little combo of both– and exactly how to pair them together, make great real food at home, and eat and drink to better health.
What do you get?
- Printable shopping list
- Printable plan of attack for each day [what to do, make, and drink when]
- 3 days of [easy to make + delicious tasting] nutrient dense foods
- Extra tips + suggestions on snacks, food on the go, and the best places to get fresh vegetable juices [and what to look for when buying them, etc].
- Personal support + answers to your questions throughout the process
When can you start?
- Anytime. Click to purchase and get the shopping list + 3 day plan sent to your inbox.
What else will you need?
- About 1 hour of prep time (for the entire 3 days) and some time to pop by the store. You’ll also need 6-9 fresh pressed vegetable juices of your choice to incorporate in.
What if you have dietary restrictions or food allergies?
- Not to worry. The 3 day plan is naturally gluten, dairy, egg and soy free, and can be adjusted for vegetarians. Meat eaters, don’t be scared. There is the option for healthy meat + seafood if you’d like.
- Sample Menu Items include: Pan Roasted Wild Salmon with quinoa, Pesto Kale + Healthy Parmesan Chicken, lots of fresh salads, green juices + other healthy hydrating beverage suggestions.
Ready to purchase, download + get started?
Any other questions?
Just ask right here, no problem, or leave a comment below.