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Stop the Cycle!

When was the last time you felt your best: vibrant, strong, and empowered?

 

Your environment has a direct impact on your health and well-being. External factors such as stress, lack of sleep, environmental toxins, and sub-par food choices play a pivotal role in your body’s ability to function optimally. Moreover, the higher your “toxic load,” the more your body will create and retain additional fat to mitigate these insults to your system.

 

Empower and invest in yourself with a rejuvenating cleanse for both body and mind. Our holistic approach to whole body cleansing helps you shed accumulated toxins,renew your energy, and restore mental clarity.

 

Through a combination of nutritious foods, mindful practices, and gentle detox techniques, you can achieve a balanced state of well-being, setting yourself up to lose weight if needed. Refresh your system and revitalize your spirit with our whole body and mind cleanse program.

The Nitty-Gritty of a Whole Food Detox

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a whole food metabolic detox?

  • Your body is an orchestra of organs working in symphony striving to always stay in tune (homeostasis).

 

  • A “metabolic detoxification” addresses your body as a whole system. Supporting the liver, kidneys, large intestine, lymphatic system, and sweat glands through specific foods and supplements to remove toxins from the body. 

 

  • A whole food detox involves consuming a diet primarily composed of whole, unprocessed foods while eliminating processed foods, sugar, caffeine, alcohol, and other potential toxins from the diet. It aims to support the body's natural detoxification processes and promote overall health and well-being. 

What are the benefits of a whole food detox?

  • This detox supports the entire symphony of your body giving it a critical tune up.

 

  • Benefits may include increased energy levels, improved digestion, clearer skin, weight loss, reduced inflammation, better sleep, enhanced mental clarity, stress relief and a better understanding of how foods and lifestyle factors affect you personally. 

How long does a whole food detox last?

  • The duration of a whole food detox can vary depending on individual preferences and goals. Some people may choose to do a short detox lasting a few days to a week, while others may opt for a longer detox period of two weeks or more.

 

  • This specific detox is 30 days.

 

  • Discussion about how to prolong a detox will be discussed once enrolled. 

What foods are allowed on a whole food detox?

  • Whole, unprocessed foods such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains, legumes, nuts, seeds, lean proteins, and healthy fats are typically encouraged during a whole food detox. It's best to choose organic and locally sourced options whenever possible.

 

  • You will be provided with a list of what to include in your diet along with a list of what to eliminate. More details will be discussed once you are enrolled. 

What foods should be avoided during a whole food detox?

  • Processed foods, refined sugars, artificial sweeteners, alcohol, caffeine, chocolate, fried foods, and foods high in additives and preservatives are generally avoided during a whole food detox.

 

  • Caffeine and dark chocolate (sorry no milk chocolate in this detox) will be reduced and ideally eliminated for a specific amount of time during the detox. More details will be discussed once you are enrolled. 

Are there any potential side effects of a whole food detox?

  • Some people may experience temporary symptoms such as headaches, fatigue, cravings, or digestive disturbances when transitioning to a whole food detox. These symptoms are often mild and temporary and typically improve as the body adjusts to the new eating habits.

Is it safe to exercise during a whole food detox?

  • Yes, moderate exercise is generally safe and even beneficial during a whole food detox. Physical activity can help support the body's natural detoxification processes, boost mood, and improve overall health.

Should I consult a healthcare professional before starting a whole food detox?

  • It's always a good idea to consult with a healthcare professional, especially if you have any underlying health conditions or concerns, before starting any new diet or detox program. They can provide personalized guidance and ensure that a whole food detox is safe and appropriate for you.

Can I continue taking my medications and supplements during a whole food detox?

  • Yes, you should continue taking any prescribed medications as directed by your healthcare provider. If you have questions about specific medications or supplements, it's best to consult with your healthcare provider for personalized advice.

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