We’re not talking master cleanse either.
How to Detoxify Your Body and Mind.
All the months and months of this can do a number on the health of your insides. Junk and gunk can pile up to do a real number on your insides. That can add up so much that it affects your daily life. It can make it hard to muster up the energy. Not only that, but it can make it hard to even lose weight and stay in shape.
“After going through our program, many people continue healthy eating and eliminate foods and add raw fruits and vegetables to their diets,” said Birchcreek founder Julie Odato. [www.weightlossretreat.com].
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Forgo meat, dairy, grains, fish, and fiber; instead, focus on fresh, organic fruits and vegetable juices. Which, by the way, is way easier to maintain when far away from home. Three- to five-day retreats welcome the return of energy, restful sleep, and overall good feeling. A two-week retreat brings on significant yet natural weight loss. Most people see 5-7lbs melt off in a week and as much as 20lbs in two weeks. After the initial three days of the more challenging discipline, people find hunger pangs, cravings, and nausea from low blood sugar disappear.
Any time is the right time to reclaim your health. But it’s hard when the repercussions of intense end-of-year gluttony weigh heavy on you—literally. That’s why a detox (not necessarily a diet) is the perfect remedy.
According to Odato, Birchcreek located in the Catskills prepares detoxers for their return to the real world and healthy living. She teaches and guides guest to, “begin eating again by starting with salads and raw fruits and veggies as an evening meal for a week after fasting. After that, we set up individual programs for getting back to eating and continuing to lose weight and detoxing – depending on a persons particular situation.”