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10 day detox diet

Thursday, March 06, 2014

SO I have read the book and I am ready to start the diet. I bought 5 days work of food. I made the soup last night, was going to make the dip but I forgot the buy lemons, will do that today. The recipes call for fresh herbs, the grocery stores seem to always be out of them, great. I made the soup last night, I made bulk so it will be lunch for the next several days. I am hoping this diet works as well as the doctor who wrote it says it will. If so I will keep doing it after it is over, just a lifestyle change. One of the things on the diet is salmon and scallions, we will see how the salmon works since I hate fish. The scallions never had them but I am willing to give them a try. They say it takes 27 times of eating something to acquire the taste for it, we will see. I hated the morning smoothie, but I will make it again tomorrow and gag the whole time drinking it, honestly it's not bad enough to gag while drinking it. My body is just being a big baby and just not taking the smoothie very well. The part I really love about this diet is the detox bath I get to take every night, soaking in a hot bath is so relaxing, but again that is the whole point. The bath is pretty simple, you get it as hot as you can stand, 2 cups of epsom salt, 1/2 cup baking soda, and 10 drops of lavender oil( honestly I use 20 drops). I think the 10 day detox book is one worth investing in, it gives you a lot of good information. I already knew the food companies made it where we craved food and wanted more and more. What these food companies dont want is people reading the book, or going vegan. After this diet I have really thought about going full fledged vegan and not going back to meat, unless its a special occasion, not sure, again meats are a bad addiction, they pump our meats full of hormones. I mean kids are starting to go through puberty at 9, I know a little girl that started her period at age 7, how said. I honestly believe its the foods we are feeding ourselves. Anyways I could go on and on about that subject, but that would be off topic. It's 9:35 and I am already hungry I left my nuts at the house by accident, so I have nothing to snack on. Lunch is at 11. I may have to drive down to the dollar store and buy my some nuts.
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    Um...I think you need to inject a little pleasure and joy into your diet.

    I doubt anyone can gag down food for the rest of their life even if it makes them skinny.

    Keep looking for something that works for you and that you can enjoy.

    (and BTW overeating has NEVER given anyone pleasure or joy, so don't think by looking for a little pleasure and happiness, that you can't get skinny too)

    GOod luck!

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    1791 days ago
    I became a pescatarian (vegetarian who eats fish and dairy) in 2008. I do not miss eating meat and poultry. The thought of eating it makes me feel kind of sick now. I wish you much success on your detox. Keep us posted how you are doing. emoticon
    1809 days ago
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