14 Day Reset Cleanse – Phase 1

My adventure on the 14 Day Reset Cleanse is underway!  I am currently on Day 2 of Phase 2.

Phase 1 was very easy.  The first phase is all about preparation. I really wish that I had my personal Health Coach coaching me through this. It would have been easier to have her just tell me what to do and buy to prepare instead of figuring it out on my own.  I would recommend you use a Coach to go through this, but you can totally do it on your own as well.

The first day I spent a lot of time reading through the guide book and understanding the do’s and don’ts of the cleanse.  This cleanse is great because its not about Fasting. There is no reason to feel hungry or deprived.  Its all about clearing out the things that can cause allergies and inflammation with in your body as to give your body a break and allow it to heal.

The second day I did all my shopping. I went to Whole Foods, Trader Joes, and Albertsons.  This is an all organic cleanse for fruits and vegetables you are allowed to have. It doesn’t really require any supplements but some powdered greens and proteins are recommended for your smoothies.

After all the shopping was completed I went home and organized my kitchen and prepared everything.  The whole weekend of the 2 days of Phase 1 I spent time mentally preparing myself and envisioning how the next 12 days would go.  Being mentally prepared is necessary before you enter into a cleanse so if it becomes difficult you will already be mentally/emotionally ready and won’t be too caught off guard and want to quit. Part of this means cleaning out your kitchen or your office desk drawers, of all tempting snacks and foods that are not allowed on the cleanse. I also went to a hot springs and spent some time in the sun.  Relax and ease yourself in!


It has been great so far, and I am really liking it!  I will get into more specifics of phase 2 in a couple days when I am further into it.


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