Spirit Junkie Cleanse. Turning off and Tuning in.

Alright, SO, I decided my spirit needs a cleanse. I haven’t felt as grounded, clear or as intune as I’d like to be. Life’s become a little rougher and I feel like I’m straying from my true self, which I’m not okay with at all. The other day I thought I’d just get back up on meditating daily and doing yoga, knowing that’ll help. But then I got this email about a 30 day challenge from Esther Hicks. It’s to tune out the majority of your current reality and spend almost all of your time creatively writing, dreaming and thinking. By then end of the 30 days you’re vibrational frequency is supposed to be completely in tune with your higher being. So that’s what I’m going to do. Tune out and tune in. No social media, no drinking and partying, and just really focusing on who I am, what I want, and how I feel. I’m looking forward to seeing what I’ll be like a month from now.


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Feelin Good and Lookin Better- Week Two.


So, the first week I felt all of my changes within. My mind became sharper, my spirit became more in-tune, my emotional state was happy and light, and my body felt lighter, stronger and healthier. During this second week I still felt as good on the inside, just with an added dose of happiness! Myself, and everyone around me, has kept commenting on my physical appearance. Everyone at work tells me how thin I’ve gotten and how my face is always glowing. My mom keeps saying that my eyes and teeth are brighter. People have told me when they look at me that my energy and presence is so bright and uplifting! Now Imagine people telling YOU that everyday? It’s just a confidence booster! It’s as if I have my own posse of positive lovelies that like making me feel good about myself. Hearing numerous people throughout the day tell me that they’re impressed and proud of me, has been such an extra bonus. I feel so blessed and loved, I couldn’t be more grateful!

So far, from this detox I have lost a total of 10lbs. That’s just two weeks!!! And I’m talking a NOTICEABLE 10lbs. During the first week I kept walking around the house saying, “my insides feel great! Like everything feels so tight and fit!” This week however, along with bragging about my insides, I’m now praising the hell outta my outsides!! I feel like I can’t go a couple hours with out checking myself out in a mirror. I feel so damn good looking! Not that I thought I was unattractive before, but I wasn’t nearly as satisfied with my self-image and knew I could be happier. So needles to say I have been veryyyy vain this past week. But you know what? It doesn’t bother me. Because I am so unbelievably HAPPY with myself. I’ve spent years upon years quietly beating myself up on the inside because I was unhappy with my appearance. You know how much it sucks to not feel comfortable in your own skin? To feel “fat” or “ugly”? It’s a horrible insecurity to carry. So damaging. And the crazy part about it is, it’s so common!!! Statistics say girls in THIRD grade are concerned with their weight and are dieting. Thats an 8 year old CHILD. That is how intense we are brain washed into associating our self-worth with our body image in America. The epidemic is one of the main causes in health problems today. Causing stress, depression, eating disorders of starving oneself to being over weight, which then causes heart conditions, mental illness, diabetes, and high cholesterol to name a few. Everything comes down to a persons spirit feeling damaged and not worthy. It’s depressing.

For me, I decided to lose weight in the BEST possible way I could- by improving my health on my own. Did I chose an extreme way? Eh, debatable, but I want extreme result! Doing a detox, and figuring out what TRULY makes me healthy is the smartest way I can think of to lose weight and make it stick. Now, I do want to make a point that I know that I was not “fat FAT,” I also know I was attractive, but I wasn’t as attractive as I wanted to be. I wasn’t feeling what I wanted to feel, and that’s because my body and body-image weren’t as happy as they could be. You see, about three years ago I was put on anti-depressants that lead me down a path of deep insecurities (yes, believe it or not, Ms. Positive here used to be extremely and clinically depressed). The first anti-depressant I was put on made me gain about 25 lbs in just one summer. Imagine? Since then, I have struggled with my weight. I have always been curvy, I’ve always been a little thicker than the other girls, but I was generally always okay with that. I still wore a bikini to the beach and I still felt sexy being naked in front of a guy. I loved my body. But since then, I haven’t worn a bikini. I don’t feel comfortable standing naked in front of any guy, let alone a hot one! And that’s sad to me. It’s sad that such a great person like myself thinks so poorly about one minor quality about myself. I don’t like that at all, in fact, I hate it… But that’s all changing! My self esteem is really taking off, and I can see how if I continue with this life style I will be everything I’ve ever wanted and more. Like I said earlier, this second week is all about the exterior changes. My face has become so much more slender, reminding me of how it was pre-depression, just better. I’ve lost weight on my sides, my hips, and my stomach has become tighter (this I don’t understand because I haven’t been working out this week but hey, I’m not complaining!) My doctor had told me she is expecting me to lose around 15lbs on this cleanse and I didn’t believe her at first but now I do! That’s how intense this detox is.

I’m a ways away from my ideal body and health, but I’m on the right track. Can’t you tell? If I keep trying to become happier I will eventually get to where I want to be, it’s just science. I don’t need to be a size 2 or 120lbs. That’s not who I am, that’s not what I need to be. But I want to be where I feel comfortable naked with myself. I want to love every single inch of me, inside-out and then back in again! My body is my temple, and I’m so proud and happy of all the steps I have taken that have lead me to this point in my life. It is a miraculous change, for sure.

On top of losing weight and breaking through insecurities like they’re nothing, other features are improving too! I mentioned my face. My face has this ever present glow about it. It’s hard to explain, but basically when you look at my face, YOU feel its’ light. My eyes are bright with love and energy, and my face always looks well rested, young and clean. Even with a pimple! There’s something about this cleanse that is making me so comfortable in my own skin. Making me want to wear the bare minimum of makeup to cover up my beautiful face. Ironically, throughout this detox so far I have been breaking out. Bad. Normally, my skin’s not that bad. It’s never really oily or dry, just kind of basic with break outs here and there. But I’ve had pimples this whole time!!! The first week I broke out so much that I had to bring it up to my doctor the other day. When I did, she just smiled greatly and asked if I was getting small little pimples on my neck or chest, and I said “YES!!!! Why is that?!” She informed me it was because of the detox. Because my body is cleansing itself from the inside out, it’s pushing toxins out of my body (through the skin causing the breakouts). She assured me that they would be cleared up after the detox but not to be surprised if I get any tiny ones on my stomach, because the detox is moving down in my body. Apparently, the first week, it detoxed my head to chest, second week is my stomach area, and the third week will be the bottom third of my body. Needless to say the first week I wasn’t thrilled with my face, but decided that I wouldn’t put makeup on to cover it up because that would just put toxins back into my body and I felt that would be counter productive. This forced me to just say fuck it to caring about the acne. And luckily it did! Towards the end of the week my face started to clear up and when it did, it brought this glow! I woke up this morning with a pimple on my cheek, but the natural new glow of my clean make-up less face, distracted your attention from it. Along with the detox and hardly using makeup (just mascara), I also have to credit this new all-natural face wash I got at the local health co-op. It’s like nothing I’ve used before. The brand is Earth Science, it’s in pump bottle with orange labeling. It’s fantastic! It’s a cream base made from fruit that is so incredibly gentle on my skin. It takes my makeup off without any effort and my face is left feeling so clean and smooth afterwards (and not tight!!) Also, it makes me feel good about myself to know I’m using a face wash that isn’t made up of all chemicals that actually hurt my skin (like proactive) and that I know no animals had to suffer for no reason.

On top of my weight and face changing, so has my hair! Now for those of you who know me, I have faaaabulous hair. It’s big, thick and long. However, it has often given this illusion that it’s healthy when it’s not, at all. But with this detox and the new addition of my all-natural hair conditioner, my hair is lovely! Throughout the years I’ve damaged my hair so much with dye and heat that it lost its natural silk and strength. But the past couple of days my hair has been looking and feeling brand new! It’s rich, thick, smooth, and has the perfect degree of beach waves. It’s awesome to just get out of the shower, towel dry my hair, put mascara on and then be done! I’m so comfortable wearing my hair down naturally without any product in it or tools used with it. It’s never frizzy and it is always soft.

Overall, week two has been an incredible success. It’s amazing to see yourself transform before your, and everyone else’s eyes! I get complimented every day on my character and my beauty, how sweet is that!? It’s awesome to just relax in your skin and not compare yourself to others. I feel like because I practice positive thinking people sometimes assume I have no insecurities and I don’t let things get to me, and that’s not true. The only difference is I try my hardest to not let the negative thoughts manipulate my mind and ruin my day. I have issues just like anyone else, but the way I look at it is- I can either wallow in ‘em, or do something about ‘em to the best of my ability… I still want to lose more weight, I still want longer richer hair, but I am SO unbelievably grateful for the results that I’m witnessing and I am eager to see what I’m going to look and feel like 6 months from now.


Well, that’s all I’ve got for week two! I hope you enjoyed getting to know me better and I’m looking forward to the weeks ahead :)


Stay healthy, and stay blessed.
Satnam


Xoxo Brittney

Today I felt fantastic! So fantastic I had to show you! ;) 

My eyes are lighter, my back is straighter and my body is always relaxed. It’s an amazing feeling! On top of that, I’m so stoked the first week is over because being around all this junk food doesn’t bother me at all anymore. 
Still- don’t get me wrong, I want one! But not enough to even give the thought energy. 

Wanna hear something a little depressing?? You can’t see it, but in the same shelf as my Reese’s are my container of prunes :(   There’s no comparison there.. I’d much rather have the chocolatey goodness! 


So here I am, done with my 11th day, feeling lighter and happier than ever before.

Today I felt fantastic! So fantastic I had to show you! ;)

My eyes are lighter, my back is straighter and my body is always relaxed. It’s an amazing feeling! On top of that, I’m so stoked the first week is over because being around all this junk food doesn’t bother me at all anymore.
Still- don’t get me wrong, I want one! But not enough to even give the thought energy.

Wanna hear something a little depressing?? You can’t see it, but in the same shelf as my Reese’s are my container of prunes :( There’s no comparison there.. I’d much rather have the chocolatey goodness!


So here I am, done with my 11th day, feeling lighter and happier than ever before.

Instagraming my lunch! Baked broccoli sautéed in garlic and olive oil! So crunchy, so delicious. 

What you’ll need:
1 broccoli head
However much garlic you want (me, I love garlic so I load it.)
And two table spoons of veggie oil or olive oil. 

Toss it all in a bag (my mom said mixing the garlic and oil first is best) shake it up and then bake it!

Instagraming my lunch! Baked broccoli sautéed in garlic and olive oil! So crunchy, so delicious.

What you’ll need:
1 broccoli head
However much garlic you want (me, I love garlic so I load it.)
And two table spoons of veggie oil or olive oil.

Toss it all in a bag (my mom said mixing the garlic and oil first is best) shake it up and then bake it!

this-is-fitblr said: Good luck at the bakery tomorrow! ;) & Keep up the good work!

Aw, thank you! I appreciate it :)

7 Heavenly Tips for Detoxing from a Detoxer

Being a virgin to the detoxing world, I noticed some secret little hints that the universe kept dropping to me. When I followed these hints my will power would get stronger and my pain would get weaker. So I thought, why not share the wealth?


So here it is, my tips for detoxing week one:

1. Have a Goal(s) BEFORE You Start.
It is absolutely key that you do not go into this detox empty handed. I repeat, it is key. You NEED to have some sort of motivation to help push you through the moments your brain will want to give up.
For me, I have made the commitment to myself to become healthier and happier. But even I knew that goal is too vague- I had to set concrete goals for myself from the jump. (If interested, my goals are written in an early blog entry.)
You can’t just say, “I wanna be healthy!” And then hope it happens. You need to have a vision. HOW do you want to be healthy, WHY do you want to be healthy? You need to envision yourself healthier and trust that the steps that you’re taking now will lead you to that vision.

Your desire of the vision you have of your future healthier self, must be stronger than your desire of instant gratification. If you can do that, then you will succeed.

2. Have Fun With it.
Make any process of it enjoyable. For example, for me, when I’m cooking or making my shake, I start dancing! And I mean I’m reeeeally dancing. Gettin all types of groovy when I have the kitchen to myself. It’s fun and carefree. There’s no one there to judge you besides your self, and we all know self judgment is the worst. So don’t do it! On top of my flailing arms and wobbly legs, I also bought myself a giant cup that has a twirly straw in it that I use for my smoothies. The straw makes me feel like I’m a child again, and that brings an added joy to my delicious smoothie. (My boss thinks the straw looks like an amusement park for a spider!)

So have fun, get creative and dance like a chicken. It’ll help distract you from your carb addictions.

3. Find Support.
This is key. It is important to have at least one person who is encouraging you along the way and wants to see you succeed as much as you want to. And if heaven has it that you are alone in it, then turn to journaling. Having a journal is a wonderful and creative way to check in with yourself and see how you’re feeling about life.

I honestly don’t know what I would do without my support team. I have never felt so blessed and cared for with all of this love and encouragement I’m getting. At home, my mom is my number one cheerleader. She’s helped me out with affording groceries, she makes me salads whenever I’m coming home from work, and she’s always giving me words of love and encouragement. It’s been great having her be so supportive and involved with the process. She’s even learning new health things because of it too!
At work, I am greeted by the warmest and sweetest ladies ever. Everyone (and I literally mean every single person I work with) is always asking me how I’m doing, telling me how great it is, and always hooking me up with cooking advice and secrets. Truly inspirational. My friend Rebecca, she works with me in the bakery, and every day we’ve worked together so far during this, she has brought me tons of veggies and an apple to munch on. Isn’t that fantastic? I can’t tell you enough how grateful I am to be surrounded by such warm and caring people who WANT to see me succeed. They want to hear how it’s going for me, and honestly that makes a hell of a difference. It’s put more positive pressure on me to not fail. Giving me more incentive to stay strong and prove it to myself. I can’t wait to share a cupcake with them after all of this! (Don’t worry, it’ll be gluten-free and dairy free! Still planning in being healthy!!) And on top of all that support, my friends have been texting me, messaging me, and giving me endless positive feed back on social medias. This has truly been a great experience so far…

So make sure you’re around people who uplift you and support you. And if you can’t seem to find that, take extra caution and care to loving, uplifting and inspiring yourself.

4. Continue Your Life Like Nothing’s Changed.
This I believe is crucial to your long-term success. I noticed this the very first day of detoxing and I’m OH so glad I did. It’s important to continue on with your normal routines and practices. That way, you can break your mental chains right away. It makes no sense to avoid watching ppl eat what you can’t have, or not go to a place because you don’t want to be tempted. With that mentality you are either 1. Bound to fail or 2. Bound to be miserable (which makes other ppl miserable). When you’re thinking with an avoidance mind, you’re looking at your detox with a punishing perspective. For example, when you tell yourself, “oh can’t look at that bc my detox won’t allow it!” You are putting yourself in a negative mind frame. You need to Reframe and Refocus. Change your thoughts. See things as, “wow I really used to enjoy that brownie they’re eating, but lucky me, I’m getting to enjoy the smell while not having to add unnecessary fats and sugars to my body, and look how good I feel!” Nothing will flourish under a negative view point. Or at least not the way you’d like for it to.
Also, when you have a negative energy with your detox other people will be able to feel it too. The first day of detoxing my mom started to eat something in front of me, i don’t even remember what it was, but all of a sudden she started to apologize for eating it. I thought, ‘well that’s bizarre, why apologize?’ She told me that she just felt bad eating something in front of me that I couldn’t have. At that moment I realized that if I wanted to have and keep this healthy life style, I’m going to HAVE to see everyone eat and drink everything delicious that I might want, but ‘can’t have.’ I couldn’t live in some false reality where everything was going to be easy and I wasn’t going to have to face temptation. I told my mom right then and there that it didn’t bother me, and in fact, I would get some enjoyment out of watching her eat something that I used to be able to enjoy. You see, when I watch or smell the food I can’t have I still get to receive some form of sensory enjoyment out of it, might not be taste, but hey that’s what noses are for! And believe me, this shnozz has been sniffing everything from soups, cupcakes to even meat loaf, and I haven’t even eaten mammals in 4 years!

So don’t torture yourself. If you’re serious about making life style changes the first change you need to make is your mindset. Come to an understanding that the world is not going to change with you, however, your world will change greatly, and for the best.


5. Get Creative and Use Your Time Wisely.
When you begin detoxing it’s important to stay busy. When you’re not busy, your mind will have more time to try to take over your will power. Time can be the enemy here, luring you into temptation and trying to hold on to your addictions. For anyone that practices spiritual science, this is your ego going nuts, trying to hold on to as much power as it possibly can. Don’t let it win. Pick up a sketch pad, hangout with your family, work out (lightly!!!! Your body is in no state to run three miles), read books, play video games, learn a new skill, BECOME EDUCATED. Educate yourself in recipes, in cooking, in health, in yourself, anything.

Basically, distract your brain with anything that nourishes your soul. It kills the ego.

6. Understand That You Are Not Your Addiction.
I know I know, this sounds intense. But hey, this process is intense! To me, Detoxing is just a fancier and healthier way of saying ‘pushing through withdrawals.’ You will learn in your second or third day that everything about this detox is mental. EVERYTHING.
***I also want to make it known that I am talking from a SP Cleanse Detox perspective, where I know my body is physically healthy and taken care of because it is receiving the right nutrients through the all natural and holistic vitamins that I am taking prescribed by my Holistic Doctor.***
Once you can come to the understanding that you and your thoughts are 110% the deciding factor of whether or not you succeed- the process will be so much easier. Then, whenever you feel weak or uncomfortable you can just check back in with your thoughts. When you’re being tempted you should stop, take a deep breath and repeat to yourself, “I am not my addiction. I am strong and I want to do this.” After you tell your mind what you want it to do, the ego will release, and you can go on with your day feeling lighter, stronger and more enlightened than before. And because practice makes perfect, the more you do that the easier the process will become.


What you think, will become. Find yourself a mantra, and go with it.

7. Take It One Day at a Time.
For me, my detox cleanse is three weeks. That’s 21 days. And when you’re used to having eggs for breakfast and pasta for dinner, that seems like a pretty long time to go without. Don’t let that overwhelm you. Only focus on the day at hand- making it through THAT day without giving in. Things become SO much easier and even fun! Start a count down, collect successful days under your detox belt! :)
Again, I must suggest journaling. I’m an avid journaler. It helps me clear my thoughts, understand my feelings and track my progress in life. Doing a detox is difficult and also very rewarding. You owe it to yourself to get as much as you can out of it. Physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.

Look at it as a journey, and learn to enjoy the process of it, opposed to being negatively fixated on the end. If you want it to end, then you don’t truly want it.

Well that’s it! Those are my seven heavenly steps to make the first week suck a little less! I hope it was helpful and good luck on any of your healthy life life style quests!

Ta ta for now!
Xoxo Britt

What a perfect day.

Today marks 1 full week of detoxification and cleansing. I feel amazing. I wish I could express how much I wish I could give this feeling to everyone In the world. I emotionally, mentally, physically and spiritually feel at an all time universal high. I am mentally clearer, I feel a very strong connection to the universe and my self, I am extremely happy and keep giving myself gratitude to my natural beauty that I’ve often tend to belittled, my face looks and feels brighter, my digestive track feels amazing, I’m pooping every day and they are the cleanest, best smelling things- sorry if too much TMI. What else, my body feels lighter, my stomach feels smaller. And I’ve also lost 5lbs. But on top of all of this positivity, today, my mood was constantly at an incredible high- full of enlightenment, connection, joy and peace. It was crazy. As if I had no emotional troubles in the world. A pure state of flow. A beautiful feeling. I know it’s from the detox. Everything is from the detox and the cleansing of my body of all the junk and all the toxins.

My understanding and knowledge of my own personal health has improved so incredibly much. And I mean basic understandings. Like, of course you would want wild caught fish opposed to farm raised. ITS NOT A CUTE PRETTY FARM WHERE YOU SEND YOUR PUPPY BRITTNEY. It’s gross. The fish are raised with TONS if over crowding, with no room to swim (hello, they’re fish. They need room to swim in order to be healthy. Common sense.) on top of over crowding, these “farms” feed these fish absolute shit. And I literally mean shit. My mother and I just read an article saying, ‘farms are known to feed their fish cat fecal.’ THATS IN AMERICA. WHATS WRONG WITH US WHERE WE ALLOW THAT?! The article also suggest to shy away from eating talapia. Apparently, it’s as healthy as a fast food cheeses burger. Which is shit just so you know. ANY fast food is unhealthy meat. It will make you unhealthy, you will develop health conditions and you will most like face hardships because of that. Harsh, but true. That’s why it’s important to research your food and diet. And I say this without judgement. I need to express that with the warmest intentions. I would hate for anyone to think just because I’m on this detox cleanse and go to a holistic doctor and is some-what educated on this topic that I think I’m ‘holier than thy,’ because I don’t. I just think I’m a girl who’s trying to figure out the best life style for myself. However, I can’t help but get emotional and frustrated with the health and the mindset we have accepted in our country- the health and mindset I had accepted for myself and life. I truly just hope to find balance and health, and hope to help as many people along the way and share the information and experiences that I’ve been blessed to stumble upon…

Well I think that’s it for me tonight. I need to go get ready for bed bc I have work early in the morning. But don’t worry! Tomorrow I will have great posts to make up for the days I’ve missed! That will include one on the topic of: How to Stay Stay Strong While Detoxing. can’t wait!

Good night everyone, God bless and take care.
Xoxo Britt

Day four: Temptation Island.

So today was the first day that I’ve been detoxing while at work. For those of you that don’t know, I work at a cupcake bakery (Cake Gypsy), where I make chocolates and specialty cupcakes all day. We probably make the best cupcakes in the state, no lie. We make a salted Carmel cupcake, a coconut cream pieee, a pumpkin cheese cake, a red velvet, a Reece’s Piece!! (Those are one of the fancy ones that I make in the bakery!!). Honestly the list can go on and on… Now, I know for some ppl this might sound ‘eh, kinda difficult but not too bad,’ but for me, it’s the complete opposite. I LOVE sweets. I mean, love. I could eat chocolate all day if I could (shit, I basically do at work.) If I could have a diet of ALL chocolate, ice cream, and mad good salads, I would. Needless to say Im a sweet tooth kinda girl- wish I wasn’t, but tis the way of the world… SO, with that being said! today was a TRUE test of my commitment and dedication to this cleanse. There were so many times and opportunities for me to fail here, or fail there. I DIPPED 120 OREOS FOR GODS SAKE, You know how tasty Oreos are?! Gah. So difficult, my tummy rumbles now just thinkin about it.. But I stayed away! I stayed true!! I’m not only detoxing my body, I’m detoxing my mind, too. I’m having to break habits and addictions, more or less, that I’ve had my whole life. I know I sound dramatic, but this CLEANSE is dramatic! For me anyways.. I mean think about it. Think about not being able to eat whatever it is you wanted? When you wanted? It’s difficult to tell your mind ‘no’ after telling it yes for so many years. But Im committed to myself. 110%. I feel like if there was a day for me to fall off the bandwagon- today would have been that day. But it wasn’t, and now I’m entering my 5th day of detox. That means 16 more days. I got this. I don’t think it’ll be easy, I think it’ll be one of the most challenging things I’ve done in a very long time. But I’m ready and willing to take on the challenge with an open mind, positive outlook and strong will.

Tomorrow, I’ll post a picture and a recipe of what my mom made me for dinner tonight. So good!!! Ya know, my moms been such a support with this. Don’t get me wrong when the hunger beast has come alive Jolene’s not even safe! Haha. But she texted me today when I was at work and said , “stay strong!!! Love you!!!” And even though it didn’t really give me any real motivation, it made me feel nice knowing that she wanted it to. That she cares and wants me to succeed. I’m lucky. Some ppl might secretly wish I fail. And not in an evil, plotting against me, type of way. But just coming to me with a predisposition of self doubt. Bringing the energy of doubt into the situation. Wishing me empty luck… I’m blessed to be surrounded with such supportive loving people, even if they don’t always show their support or love in the ways that I would like to receive them.

Life is beautiful, even when you’re hungry.

Day 3

So today I have definitely noticed a difference in my body. I feel lighter, I feel like I have more energy and over all I’m thinking very clearly and positively. Today was the first time I have been to the gym in a couple of weeks and I thought running was going to kill me but it was the opposite. I mean, I wasn’t like an Olympic athlete, or even a High School track star, haha, but I was able to run like I never took anytime off. I feel like that has everything to do with my detox. I was pretty hungry when I got home though, I can’t lie. I’ve come to realize I reeeeally need to learn some interesting recipes so I don’t go insane eating the same thing every day for the next three weeks.

Today I ate:
My shake.
A large spinach salad with tomatoes, half of an avocado and onions, with balsamic vinegar.
Random handfuls of baby tomatoes.
Then home fries and sweet peas.
AHHH I feel so guilty about eating a fried potato, but not at the same timeeee. I was so hungry!!! And I’m doing so good! I just cannot and will not make a habit of it.

My mom was so sweet too. She offered to make an effort to put all snacks in places where I won’t see em.. OH!! I need to mention WHYYY she offered to do that!!

So, I just came home from the gym, all tired and SUPER hungry. I’m stressing over what I’m going to eat. Didn’t want to have plantains again, bc that fatty, didn’t want to have another salad and I also didn’t want steam veggies bc I didn’t feel like it would “fill” me after two hours in the gym. Needless to say I’m a little bit on edge bc the hunger monster is taking control. I walk into the kitchen and what do I see?!? I see the most delicious mouth watering meal (or at least that’s how I was thinking) my mother made stuffed shells for dinner and then a homemade raspberry bar for dessert. I swear she lives to torture me sometimes! But alas, I did not break. I stared at it, dreamt of its taste with a tall glass of milk, and then stuffed my face with tomatoes. Just another day in the detox life. I’m nervous for tomorrow. I work in a bakery where I make all of the chocolates and special ganache cupcakes. Temptations doesn’t even begin to describe what work is like. Wish me luck!!!


Xoxo Britt

What my diet consists of for week 1:

SP cleanse 7 pills 3x per day. 
Gastro fiber 3 pills 3x per day. 
SP complete shake. (Two scoops, water and a banana) 

I can only drink water or herbal tea. (That means no green tea to anyone who was wondering).

For food… 
I am only eating fruits and vegetables. Whenever I am hungry. 
However, I must go easy on potatoes, corn, grapes and can not have any beans or nuts. 

I am allowed olive oil, butter is ok (surprisingly), and Himalayan salt only. 

That’s been my diet for the past three days and will continue for 4 more. Then I get to add fish to it!!!

What my diet consists of for week 1:

SP cleanse 7 pills 3x per day.
Gastro fiber 3 pills 3x per day.
SP complete shake. (Two scoops, water and a banana)

I can only drink water or herbal tea. (That means no green tea to anyone who was wondering).

For food…
I am only eating fruits and vegetables. Whenever I am hungry.
However, I must go easy on potatoes, corn, grapes and can not have any beans or nuts.

I am allowed olive oil, butter is ok (surprisingly), and Himalayan salt only.

That’s been my diet for the past three days and will continue for 4 more. Then I get to add fish to it!!!