Summertime. Children are out of school, and for many, the pool, beach, and vacations are in full sight. It is indeed that time of year when we must face our bathing suits, shorts, and the reminder that we forgot our new year's resolution to lose that last 5-10 pounds.
Whether it is in our integrative medicine clinic, my speaking engagements, or social media- the one question on top of our mind has to do with our bellies. How can I feel good, fit into my short shorts, and not starve myself?
7 DAY SUMMER CLEANSE WITHOUT STARVING YOURSELF
Let's talk about a 7-day cleanse where you can eat from a list of anti-inflammatory foods, still drink coffee, and have the following results:
1. Lose belly bloating. Most individuals drop at least one dress or pant size in 7 days.
2. Safely lose 3-5 pounds.
3. Cleanse without becoming hangry or feel like you are starving
I am going to get real; you are not receiving a staged photograph of a perfectly healthy, low-calorie, low-taste “perfect Thanksgiving” meal from my family. Of course, producing an anti-inflammatory foods filled menu would be “on-brand,” but it ain’t real.
There are enough health and wellness blogs and experts pressuring us with an #Instaworthy photograph of a paleo or vegan Thanksgiving meal all perfectly placed on fine china. This does not happen with our family, how about you?
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