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SLIMMERKIWI SparkPoints: (159,189)
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7/11/13 1:00 A

You are MORE than welcome to hang around and explore the message boards. SP is a FANTASTIC place to be - lots of well-qualified information - explore the Nutrition Articles, many written by SP's own Dietitian (Becky) and others qualified in this area. The Fitness articles are written by qualified Fitness Trainers. In actual fact, everything that you need is right here at your fingertips, so let those fingers go-a-walking :-)

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AMBERDAVVN SparkPoints: (237)
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7/10/13 6:54 P

this is completely my fault.. I was mistaken and thought this board was linked to Advocare.

I still would love to be a member! Thank you!

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7/7/13 6:26 A

I'm not quite sure what you mean by "cleanse phase" unless it's just your terminology to getting into healthier eating habits.

www.cookinglight.com/healthy-living/health
y-habits/how-many-fruits-vegetables-a-
day-00412000069787/


That may give a guideline you can follow, all things being equal (meaning, if you are not dealing with medical issues like diabetes that prevent consumption of quantities of certain items)

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7/7/13 3:18 A

If you are a Diabetic then you need to be guided by your Registered Dietitian or Dr, but otherwise, there is no 'too much', other than sometimes the calories are more than most veges. Fruit and veges are a very large part of my diet, working the protein, healthy fats and other carbs around them.

SP doesn't have a 'cleanse phase' - it is merely about a healthy lifestyle and wise choices MOST of the time. What is suggested is gradually making changes to your nutrition and exercise. Start with one or two changes and when your mind/body has gotten used to those changes, add something else to the mix.

Kris

Edited by: SLIMMERKIWI at: 7/7/2013 (03:20)
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AMBERDAVVN SparkPoints: (237)
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7/7/13 1:54 A

First off, I am new. I did a search on here and really couldnt find a guideline about the amount of fruit allowed in the cleanse phase.

point me in the right direction cause Im lost!

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