{Spring Nutritional Reset} Top 5 Reasons to Whole-Food-Cleanse in the spring…

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The Spring Nutritional Reset Paleo whole food cleanse is right around the corner.

April 15th to May 5th

The spring is an amazing time to immerse yourself in a whole food cleanse.

Why?

Well, spring as a season represents fresh starts and new beginnings.

  • A time to trade the heavy comfort foods of winter for lighter, brighter foods of spring.
  • A time to stop hiding behind those baggy winter clothes and start being proud of your healthy body.

Here are my top 5 reasons to whole-food-cleanse in the spring:

To start feeling lighter.

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Hannah, a former cleanse participant says:

My body feels lighter– like I have much more bounce and lightness in my muscles when I’m running. I don’t really feel like I’m slogging or pounding through a run anymore.

During the Nutritional Reset, we eat lots of veggies and fruits in season in the spring– these foods are in season for a reason: to help you adjust to the new weather. By eating foods naturally in season in the spring, you’ll shed that heavy, bogged down winter-feeling, and start feeling lighter and more vibrant.

To kick your comfort food cravings.

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I’m absolutely amazed that I don’t have cravings anymore!

During the winter months and especially during the holidays, we tend to crave hearty, warming comfort foods and sweet treats. This is a natural part of being a human in a cooler climate– we use food to balance our bodies with the environment. I’d say that we tend to eat more sweets over the winter. Cleansing in the spring is the perfect opportunity to break free from those sugar cravings.

The Nutritional Reset is about “resetting” your nutrition. Starting with your sweet tooth. The cleanse is designed to support you to kick those cravings for good– and to start to explore what’s really behind those sugar cravings.

To heal your gut.

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Sally says:

I used to have a lot of bloating in relation to eating.  The bloating has disappeared entirely and I feel lighter and have much more energy.  I also think that my skin looks better and my hair is shinier since starting the Nutritional Reset.

In line with resetting your nutrition, the Nutritional Reset is also designed to help heal your gut. We increase gut healing foods like high quality protein, healthy fats and ancestral foods like bone broth, kombucha and organ meats in order to heal your digestion and get your system working efficiently.

To improve your mood.

Rachael says:

The biggest change I’ve noticed [since starting the Nutritional Reset] has been in my mood, which is fantastic!! I could ask for nothing else. I notice a marked difference in dealing with stress internally… I absorb a lot less of it, and I feel as though I’m thinking more clearly.

The foods you eat can have a huge effect on your mood and how you think–especially foods like processed grains and dairy. Both of these foods have been shown to have a negative impact on your brain chemistry– they can cause hormones and neurotransmitters (like serotonin) to get out of whack.

During the Nutritional Reset, we avoid all processed foods, including grains and dairy in order to give you a clean mental slate–so that you can experience clearer thinking and work toward real happiness.

To boost your confidence.

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I just feel better when I get back to the basics and then start to trust myself again in the choices I make.

Sometimes you just need to start over. New foods. New thoughts.

One of the best outcomes of the Nutritional Reset is its ability to support you to cultivate a healthy relationship with food. A relationship where you feel really good about the choices that you’re making because you know that you’re doing something amazing for your body. A relationship where you’re confident in your food choices, and you can trust yourself to choose the best foods for your body.

My top 5 reasons to whole food cleanse in the spring:

  1. To feel lighter
  2. To kick your  sugar cravings
  3. To heal your gut
  4. To improve your mood and think more clearly
  5. To boost your confidence

If any of these reasons ring true with you,

consider joining the Spring Nutritional Reset.

Monday, April 15th thru Sunday May 5th

Register before Sunday, March 31st @ 11:59PM for the Early Bird Special of $149.00 (regularly $195.00)

Questions? Please don’t hesitate to email me at Allison@friskylemon.com

What are you most excited for this spring? Feel free to share in the comments below.

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3 Responses to {Spring Nutritional Reset} Top 5 Reasons to Whole-Food-Cleanse in the spring…

  1. Alec Smart April 3, 2013 at 9:48 PM #

    Avoiding certain foods and eating whole foods can do nothing but good. http://www.streetarticles.com/weight-loss/5-foods-to-never-eat

  2. jamie April 5, 2013 at 12:39 PM #

    Does avoiding dairy mean no raw dairy?

    • Allison April 5, 2013 at 1:45 PM #

      Hi Jamie! Thanks for commenting. Yes, during the Spring Nutritional Reset we will be avoiding all dairy including raw dairy for the first two weeks– you’ll have the option to reintegrate some full fat, raw fermented dairy in week three. We remove the dairy entirely to make sure we’re healing your system as efficiently as possible. Raw dairy has some really amazing health benefits (and it’s really the modern, pasteurized, homogenized dairy that’s the big problem), but even raw dairy has an impact on your insulin response. During the Nutritional Reset, we’re really trying to reset and re-sensitize your system– which means we want to avoid foods that have a big impact on your blood sugar balance.
      Let me know if you have any other questions! Feel free to email me at Allison@friskylemon.com

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