Sorry to leave you hanging and wondering about the final days of my detox. I thought it was only fitting to put some clothes-ure on that topic before we carry on with other top-picks. Enough with my word-smithing for now. :)
So, as my last post referenced, I have been successful in my decision to remain caffeine-free. My bones and my liver detoxification pathways are celebrating this victory. I have grown quite fond of my decaf soy latte.
Many people will begin life post detox with an organized reintroduction of food. And, you might think, surely I would do this because I am a nutritionist. Nope. I went for what I missed most - seasonally appropriate Tomato Basil Pizza with only a whisper of cheese. It was quite lovely and did not result in any negative outcomes.
I have ended my 21-day Detox with no regrets and a strong sense of pride that I can do anything for 21 days. The next food door I intend to open is into the world of juicing - a concentrated style for consuming nutrients in quantities you won't find in the typical American diet.
I would love to hear about any of your post-detox reflections or your juicing insights. And, if you haven't already taken my advice to view Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead (available on Netflix), I encourage you to do so. You can do anything for 21 days, and after you watch that movie, you might decide you want to strive for 60!