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..I think I have covered it all. Many will ask, "what do you eat then?!?" It's simple. You eat vegetables, meat, fish, and some fruits. Eat as clean as possible. Eat as organic as possible. Hard? Not too bad :). The biggest challenge? Food prepping!
In order to be successful with your eating, you need to be prepared for the day. It's important to set yourself up for success by preparing you breakfast, packing a lunch, and making sure you have a couple snacks on hand for those "I'm not going to make it" moments.
Now that I am on my last day, I am able to reflect back and see if it actually made a difference. The verdict? It did, and I feel great.
Things that have improved:
No more headaches
How my stretchy pants feel around my waist :)
When you get caught up in the world and tell yourself you don't have time to cook at home, you begin grabbing meals to go. This starts out with just that extra coffee, and then it turns into 2 extra coffees, a snack (probably a pastry), and a drive thru lunch.
It's easy to get out of control with your eating real quick. It's also easy to forget how good you can actually feel.
My advice? Take 12 days out of your life to get back on track with your nutrition and to remember how awesome it feels to eat well. If I can do it, everyone can. I bake cakes part time for goodness sakes!