Throughout the cleanse I felt very connected and aware of my body, as well as feeling pride in my discipline and patience. I knew the program was great but after finally completing it myself it showed me just how comprehensive and accommodating the cleanse really is. It allows you to have an extra juice or smoothie if you're still hungry - this really helped on Day 1 and Day 2.
I was looking to improve my general health and wellbeing and was feeling tired, bloated, and heavy a lot of the time and it was even showing in my skin. I knew it was to do with some bad eating habits I’d developed from spending a lot of time in front of computers and giving in to the weekend temptations with lots of meals out with friends. Working at Food Matters, I know how to eat healthily, but sometimes I just don’t (we are all humans, right?), and I thought a great way to launch myself into a better routine would be through doing a full 7 day cleanse and starting with a blank slate, so to speak. I knew cleanses had the power to help you lose weight, improve digestion and get better sleep but I was cautious about starting a cleanse that would include extreme detoxing or starving myself, I love my food! A realistic and gentle cleanse was really what I needed because I didn’t want to subsist only on lemon juice or some other fad cleanse that could be hit or miss anyway. So James challenged me to complete the 7 Day Food Matters Cleanse.
Lemony Chickpea Soup.
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Stracciatella Soup with White Beans.
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