Do you wish to be free from consuming toxins from processed foods?
Are you considering embracing a whole-food-only lifestyle?
If you answer YES to any of these questions, this is the right path for you to be on.
Changing to a real-food lifestyle has, over time, being an issue as people find it difficult to take even the first step needed to live this feeding lifestyle.
As a result, they endanger themselves with continuous consumption of the toxic processed food they are comfortable eating.
The good news is, with the help of the 10-week feeding methodology, you don’t have to put yourself in harm’s way any longer.
Flexibility is essential in every adaptation methodology. Thus 10-week program gives you flexibility in that you can adjust the schedule to suit your taste.
You can extend a week schedule to over a week, and you can also shrink a two-week program.
The purpose of this feeding methodology is to keep you healthier and keep you mindful of the content of what you eat.
Week 1: Fruits are an essential part of every meal. Add two different fruits and/or vegetables to every meal, even when it means sacrificing a part of your meal.
Week 2: Drink only whole beverages like coffee, tea, non- diary milk, and water with the optional addition of natural sweeteners like maple syrup, organic honey, or stevia.
You are unrestricted to take a cup of freshly squeezed juice and a glass of wine (preferably red) per week.
Week 3: Run away from fast food. Let meat no longer be the main dish of any meal but an alternative.
* Try as much as possible to always introduce new whole-foods to your meals.
Week 4: Put a stop to the consumption of packaged commercial foods supposedly tagged “low fat” or “lite.”
Week 5: Make sure to only eat 100% whole grain food, including bread, pasta, etc.
Week 6: Eradicate adding refined and artificial sweeteners to all your diet.
These sweeteners include white sugar, raw sugar, brown sugar, corn syrup, brown rice syrup, stevia, cane juice, etc.
When you need to sweeten your food and beverages, strictly use reasonable quantity honey or maple syrup.
Week 7: Refined and hydrogenated oils weaken insulin level in the blood. Use olive oil instead of refined oils.
Conventional refined and hydrogenated oils include vegetable oil (both organic and synthetic), corn oil, canola oil, margarine, soybean oil, grape seed oil, and others. Instead, use olive oil.
Week 8: In life, discovery is vital. Do well to visit local farmers’ markets, find out the locally planted food produce, and incorporate them in your meal in moderate quantities.
Week 9: This one requires great determination and commitment to this feeding methodology. Abolish the use of sweeteners from all your meals, including the previously recommended sweeteners.
Week 10: Discontinue the usage of artificial ingredients in all your meals and any food product. Furthermore, avoid packaged foods with more than 5 items in the ingredient list.
What you will find in 10 weeks of creating a lifestyle is your cravings for these types of foods will subside.
Like anything in life, take a big goal and break it down into bite-size chunks and watch your success with changing your lifestyle improve significantly.