21 day detox manual
Disclaimer: This manual is not intended for the treatment or prevention of disease, nor is it a replacement forseeking medical treatment or professional fitness advice. Do not start any nutrition or physical activity programwithout first consulting your physician. The use of this program is at the sole risk of the reader. The author isneither responsible nor liable for any harm or injury resulting from the use of this program.No portion of this manual may be used, reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic ormechanical, including fax, photocopy, recording or any information storage and retrieval system by anyone butthe purchaser for their own personal use. This manual may not be reproduced in any form without the expresswritten permission of Fitness Revolution, except in the case of a reviewer who wishes to quote brief passages forthe sake of a review written for inclusions in a magazine, newspaper, or journal – and these cases require writtenapproval from Fitness Revolution prior to publication. For more information, please contact:Travis Merritt CPT, BSOwner, Rowlett Transformation Center5005 Dexham RdRowlett TX, omRowlettTransformationCenter.com2
Over the course of the next 21 days, you are going to challenge the way you are eating and what you have alwaysconsidered a “healthy” diet. Your relationship with food and how your body and metabolism respond to thefood you are eating will shift. You will have more energy, better mood, improved sleep, less gastrointestinalstress, and lose weight among other benefits. You may notice that symptoms such as bad breath, bloating, gas,constipation, or diarrhea, canker sores, difficulty concentrating, excess weight or difficulty losing weight, fatigue,fluid retention, food cravings, headaches, heartburn, joint pain, muscle aches, puffy eyes & dark circles underthe eyes, postnasal drip, sinus congestion, skin rashes, and sleep problems improve or simply disappear.Changing the foods that you eat may also help to fight more serious conditions such as: arthritis, asthma &allergies, autoimmune diseases, chronic fatigue syndrome, diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol,obesity, acne, eczema, fibromyalgia, food allergies, headaches, heart disease, Crohn’s, irritable bowel syndrome,menopausal symptoms, and menstrual problems. Food is medicine and medicine is food!The food you eat either makes you more healthy or less healthy.Those are your options.–It Starts with FoodRowlettTransformationCenter.com3
What to Avoid?Grains: This includes wheat, rye, barley, oats, corn, rice, millet, bulgur, sorghum, amaranth,buckwheat, quiona, and sprouted grainsSugar: No maple syrup, honey, agave nectar, Splenda, Equal, Nutrasweet, xylitol, stevia, etc.You must read labels because food manufactures will sneak sugar into products with names youmay not recognize such as brown rice syrup or evaporated cane juice.Alcohol: Not even for cooking, also eliminate any tobacco products.Caffeine: No coffee, you can and should have green teaLegumes: This includes beans of all kinds: (black, red, pinto, navy, white, kidney, lima, fava, etc),peas, chickpeas, lentils, and peanuts. No peanut butter. This also includes all forms of soy – soyprotein, soy sauce, miso, tofu, tempeh, edamame, and soy lecithin.Dairy: Including cow, goat, or sheep’s milk products such as cream, cheese, kefir, yogurt, andsour cream. The exception is ghee (clarified butter)Food Additives: carrageenan, MSG, or sulfites.Protein Powder: Most protein powders are made with whey (which is dairy) or soy (which isnever ideal). Also, most have some form of a sweetener.What to Eat?Vegetables: 6-8 servings per day (1 serving ½ cup cooked, or 1 cup raw)Asparagus, broccoli, bok choy, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, bell peppers, carrots, celery,cucumber, tomatoes, spinach, romaine lettuce, zucchini, sweet potatoes, yams, snap peas, greenbeans, yellow beans, string beans, eggplant, ORTANT STUFF BELOWRowlettTransformationCenter.com8
1. Fill out the symptom spreadsheet.2a. Continue the program.OR2b. End the Program, Reintroduce foods, and Keep Your Healthy LifestyleIf you know that you feel better and WILL experience a reaction to gluten, dairy, etc. then it should go withoutsaying don’t reintroduce that food. JUST STAY AWAY FROM IT. That also goes for foods that you can now gowithout that you know are less healthy for you.Reintroduction ProcessIt is VERY important that you do not go right back to eating the way you were before you started this program.If you do you will most likely feel worse than when you started and/or get VERY sick.WHY?When you eliminate inflammatory foods that may be causing a reaction in your body the antigens these foreignparticles produce dramatically decrease or drop-off. But the antibodies that have been created can take severalmonths to be eliminated by the body. So when you eat bread or drink milk after having eliminating them theseantibodies gang up on the foreign particles causing an inflammatory reaction.You will reintroduce a different food group every 3 days. It is important to keep a log or journal of any symptomsyou experience when reintroducing different foods. Symptoms can occur anywhere from a few minutes to 72hours later. They include fatigue, joint pain, acid reflux, brain fog, mood changes, headaches, post-nasal drip,digestive upset (bloating, gas, constipation, diarrhea), sleep problems, rashes, joint pains, fluid retention, andmore. Another way to track is to monitor your weight, if a food is inflammatory you will be retaining more fluidand that can make the number on the scale go up.Day 1Dairy (cow, goat, & sheep): Keep everything else the same but eat 2-3 servings of dairy. Anexample would be to have cheese with your omelet at breakfast and Greek yogurt w/berries inthe afternoon. If you have a reaction right away then stop eating dairy. You may need to cut itout completely for 3-6 months and then only eat it every 4-5 days. Or you may decide that howyou feel after you consume dairy isn’t worth it to you and you choose to not eat it.Day 4Gluten-containing grains: Keep everything else the same but eat 2-3 servings of gluten. Abagel for breakfast, sandwich for lunch, and pasta for dinner. Track how you feel after consuminggluten and decide if or how much you want it to be part of your nutrition plan. (I recommend notat all, the adverse effects just are not worth it!)Day 7Non-gluten containing grains: Keep everything else the same but eat 2-3servings of non-gluten containing grains. Have some brown rice or quiona, cornchips, and a slice of gluten free bread. Evaluate how you feel and how you look todecide, how often or if you will incorporate grains into your nutrition plan.RowlettTransformationCenter.com9
Day 10Legumes: Keep everything else the same but eat 2-3 servings of legumes. Have some peanutbutter, lentil soup, and a side of black beans. Evaluate how you feel and look to decide, how oftenor if you will incorporate legumes into your nutrition plan.Caffeine & Alcohol: These substances can be used from time to time, but be cautious asthey are drugs and need to be used moderately and wisely. Most individuals feel better andhave more energy once they no longer have coffee daily. Regular use of coffee can increase yourcortisol levels and deplete your adrenals over time.Alcohol may also be enjoyed in moderation, (1-3 drinks per week).Resources Used To Compile This Manual Include: It Starts with Food by Dallas & Melissa Hartwig The Ultra Simple Diet by Dr. Mark Hyman Ultra Metabolism by Dr. Mark Hyman Cracking the Metabolic Code by Dr. Jim LaValleRowlettTransformationCenter.com10
Rating scale:0 Never or almost never1 Occasionally have it, effect is not severe2 Occasionally have it, effect is severe3 Frequently have it, effect is not severe4 Frequently have it, effect is severeSymptomNausea or vomitingDiarrheaConstipationBloated FeelingBelching or passing gasHeartburnIntestinal/Stomach painMood SwingAnxiety/fear, ornervousnessAnger, irritability, oraggressivenessDepressionFatigue or sluggishnessApathy or lethargyHyperactivityRestlessnessWatery or itchy eyesSwollen, reddened, or stickyeyelidsBags or dark circles undereyesBlurred visionHeadachesFaintnessDizzinessInsomniaIrregular or skippedheartbeatRapid or poundingheartbeatChest painAches or pain in jointsArthritisStiffness or limitation fterDifference
Aches or pain in musclesFeeling of weakness ortirednessChest congestionAsthma or bronchitisShortness of breathDifficulty breathingPoor memoryConfusion or poorcomprehensionPoor concentrationPoor physical coordinationDifficulty making decisionsStuttering or stammeringSlurred speechLearning DisabilitiesChronic coughingGagging or frequent need toclear throatSore throat, hoarseness, orloss of voiceSwollen or discoloredtongue, gum, or lipsCanker soresStuffy noseSinus problemsHay feverSneezing attacksExcessive mucus formationAcneHives, rashes, or dry skinHair lossFlushing or hot flushesExcessive sweatingBinge eating/drinkingCraving certain foodsExcessive weightCompulsive eatingWater RetentionExcess alcohol intakeNight EatingFrequent illnessRowlettTransformationCenter.com12
MONDAYTUESDAYWEDNESDAYTHURSDAYFRIDAYMeal 1Veggie Omelet Lamb Burger Banana Nutw/RoastedPorridgeVeggiesHard BoiledEggs & RawVeggiesMeal 2Italian PorkRoast w/Kale-BrusselsSprout-BaconSaladMeal 3RotisserieChicken,Roasted RootVeggies,SteamedGreen VeggieSpinachSalad w/CannedSalmonDressing:Olive Oil,BalsamicVinegar, S&PChickenCreamy“Noodle”Zucchini &SoupShrimpSpinachSalad w/RotisserieChicken Dressing:Olive Oil,Lemon Juice,S&PLemon DillSalmon,GreenVeggie,ButternutSquashHard BoiledEggs, RawVeggies, ½Apple w/Almond ButterPot Roastw/Carrots,MashedCauliflowerSweet PotatoKale- ChickenBurger, ½Apple NDAYBacon &EggsBanana NutPorridgeMexicaliBeef &CauliflowerRiceSuper BowlSweet PotatoSkinsBaconChickenAlfredoItalian PorkRoast w/Kale-BrusselsSprout-BaconSalad, AcornSquashSnack Options: If you feel the need for a snack between meals, first drink a large glass of water and wait 20minutes. If you are still hungry, have a handful of nuts or a piece of fruit w/nut butter.RowlettTransformationCenter.com13
deTox baTh Aim to take a detox bath 2-3 times per week. Get the water as hot as you can stand it. Add 2 cups of Epson salt, 1 cup of baking soda, and 10 drops of lavender to the water. Soak for 20 minutes prior to bed. beneFITS oF The deTox baTh Include Decreasing cortisol levels which promotes weight loss and lowers inflammation
Most people relate detox to juicing, fasting, or eating lots of cruciferous vegetables and drinking lots of lemon water. There is definitely a food com-ponent to detox. I talk extensively about how to do a detox diet right within my book The Blood Sugar Solution 10-Day Detox Diet. Sure, it's taking out sugar, gluten, dairy, and caffeine.
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What is the Detox diet? It is a particular type of diet which allows your body to detox on its own. It is lighter on your digestive system and is easier for your body to cope since it gets time and energy to perform its regular healing and detox processes. Apart from that, an detox diet has a cleansing effect on your entire body.
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