Cleansing in the Fall? It’s not crazytalk, people.

Do you let go of yourself in the winter months only to have to make a huge effort to get your health back in the spring?

I know, I know– it’s too early to be talking about the spring, right? Wrong!

Cleansing your system in the fall may help you avoid the feelings of heaviness and fatigue that are often associated with the wintertime and help you come out ahead of the game in the spring.

Detoxifying your body in the fall helps you get ready for the stagnant months of winter. We are typically not as active during the winter, whether it is because of the shorter days, colder weather or busy holidays with family.

Cleansing in the fall can help to prevent holiday weight gain and the buildup of toxins that would be released by exercise in the summer months.

Fall cleanses focus on digestion—just as the trees lose their leaves in the fall, you too can cleanse your digestive systems to use energy more efficiently and prepare for winter.

Here are my favorite ways to get the most out of your fall cleanse:

  1. Drink lots of water. Drinking water not only helps flush out your system, but it also plays a role in regulating digestion and it could even reduce sugar cravings!  We often forget to drink water during the fall and winter months because we don’t need it to cool down as we do in the summer.
  1. Eliminate inflammatory foods that cause energy blockages. Certain foods, such as grains, legumes, and dairy, contain irritating proteins that can break through your intestinal lining and cause inflammation throughout your body making you feel tired and heavy. Eliminating these foods can heal your digestive system, reduce systemic inflammation and increase your energy.
  1. Increase your green leafy vegetables.  Leafy greens are packed with nutrients that are essential for a healthy body. Dark green, leafy vegetables like kale, collard greens and spinach are the roughage you need to keep your body functioning efficiently. The darker the leaf the better!
  1. Keep moving.  Incorporate some movement into your daily routine. Fall is the perfect time to take a hike—no bugs, fresh air, vitamin D from the sun, and views of the beautiful foliage.

Now is the time to start preparing for the winter and holiday season. Getting back your digestive health in the fall will make your adjustment to the winter months, and thus the spring, easier.

Forget those New Year’s Resolutions—get your health back now instead of later.

Join the Fall Nutritional Reset starting October 14th, 2013

During this whole food cleanse, you’ll find that you have:

  • Healthier, more comfortable digestion
  • A lightness in your step
  • Freedom from the carb- brain fog
  • Less sugar cravings
  • More peace of mind about your food choices

What can I expect during the Fall Nutritional Reset?

Here’s the nitty gritty of how this 14 day whole food cleanse works:

The Preparation Phase starts with 30 minute, individual phone/Skype consult to customize your program and discuss your goals and dreams for your health

Week one starts our elimination phase–eating whole foods, but eliminating grains, legumes, dairy and sugar. You get an 90 page  informational PDF guide including everything you’ll need, recorded classes and weekly Q&A conference calls that will address your individual issues.

This could be your breakfast!

Week two continues with the elimination phase of the whole food cleanse. To help support you through the cleanse you will get daily motivational emails to lift your spirits and keep your head in the game and an online forum to get encouragement from your fellow resetters.

Post Cleanse begins the challenge phase of the whole food cleanse where you will continue to eat real foods, and re-introduce legumes, grains and natural sweeteners. OR continue with the elimination phase to make progress toward some real, solid life changes.

As a bonus to help you in your Fall Nutritional Reset , you’ll get a Fall Cleanse Kit with helpful tools and goodies and unlimited personal email support for the duration of the program!


Early Bird Special!

Sign up before Friday, September 13th at 11:59PM EST

and the Nutrition Reset is yours for


Feel free to email me at if you have any questions OR if you’ve cleansed with me before and want the returning member price!

One Response to Cleansing in the Fall? It’s not crazytalk, people.

  1. Manuel October 5, 2012 at 2:36 AM #

    Congratulations to everyone who fihinsed this challenge successfully. I’m a big fan of discipline exercises like this. I’ve done them to experiment with new habits and behaviors for diet, sleep, alcohol use, caffeine use, TV watching, reading, time management, etc. I often find them valuable at 3 levels: (1) The direct benefit (in this case, better athletic performance, body composition, and overall health), (2) The satisfaction of doing something that most people can’t or won’t do, and (3) The specific lessons learned. This 30-day challenge was beneficial in all 3 areas.Before the challenge, I ate about 90% strict paleo. During the challenge, I found that cutting out those last few cheat meals per week took way more self control for only a marginal benefit in body composition. I don’t think that it affected my performance (negatively or positively).During the challenge, I was reminded of the role that food & drink play in our social lives. Meals, alcohol, and coffee create shared experiences for building relationships and having fun. Being in these situations without sharing in that experience makes you a bit of an outsider. On one hand, that can be tough, but on the other, it creates a sense of pride in doing something that most people can’t or won’t do. It reminds me of my wrestling days when I had to cut weight on Thanksgiving every year because there were always wrestling tournaments around that time. It’s tough, and it takes discipline, and it’s incredibly satisfying to choose a more difficult path in pursuit of achievement. The more focus and effort it requires to achieve a goal, the more satisfying the victory. Nobody has ever been proud of winning the lottery.Going forward, I plan to continue eating paleo ~90% of the time, but I’ll allow for other foods that I think are performance-enhancing, like milk. I’ll also indulge in non-paleo food and alcohol in moderation, especially with friends and family. After 30 days of zero grains, sugar, processed food, alcohol, or coffee, it will be quite easy to stick to this plan, which balances nutrition goals with enjoyment. On to the next challenge!

Thoughts? Feel free to comment below!

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