Food: Day 6.
Do you ever feel tired, run-down, or experience low energy and you’re not sure why?? Have you considered what you eat and drink on a daily basis? Because we are so busy, we don’t take the time to think about what goes into our bodies. I am guilty of all of the above. Since I work in the medical profession, I know what I should be doing to take care of my body, but as Salt N Pepa would say, “Girl’s what’s my weakness!! FOOD!” If you ask Dr. Jordan or Dr. Jade they will tell you that there might be some things I can change in my diet. My biggest weakness is drinking pop. I try to not drink it every day, but you can’t have pizza and water!! (I like to tell myself that so I don’t feel guilty.) However, if I’m going to start feeling better, I need to make some changes. Dr. Jade hosted a seminar called: To Detox or Not to Detox, so I decided to stay and learn a few new things, and boy did I ever. After the seminar, I decided to take the 6 day detox challenge to see for myself. Therefore, during the next six days I will be keeping track of how I have been feeling and eating so I can share with others how a detox works. Wish me luck!!
Breakfast: OptiCleanse GHI shake with almond milk, almond butter, frozen berries, Life Greens in a 20 ounce container.
Supporting metabolic activity, such as the production of short-chain fatty acids and vitamins, nutrient absorption, and the digestion of lactose Adhering to intestinal epithelial cells to help maintain a healthy balance of organisms in the intestinal tract Helping to establish populations of good bacteria after disruption in balance Supporting immune function Promoting intestinal epithelial cell survival Supporting healthy bowel function Degrading oxalates.
Clinical Applications » Supports Natural Detoxification Mechanisms* » Helps Maintain a Healthy Intestinal Microecology* » Supports the Body’s Natural Immune Response* » Supports a Balanced Cytokine Profile* » Supports Digestion, Assimilation, and Elimination* » Supports Lactose Digestion* » Promotes Gastrointestinal Health, Motility, Stool Bulk, and Bowel Regularity*
“Drainage combines homeopathic “drainers” with homeopathic remedies that support excretory function and address symptoms of toxicity. Therefore, cleansing itself of by-products and waste that accumulate is an essential function of the body. Homeopathic drainage, specifically, is a process of detoxifying the body that involves opening the emunctories and elimination channels and discharging toxic accumulation.* (1)
Lunch: Salad (kale, spinach, romaine lettuce, pumpkin seeds, pine nuts), chicken, red and green grapes, strawberries.