When you go through a program to reset your health and nutrition, it’s important to hold onto those new healthy habits afterward. When I finished the Ultimate Reset, the last thing I wanted to do was to fall back into the regular day-to-day and gain the bloat and weight back that I had lost.
When you’ve put up with the feeling sluggish and stomach upset for as long as I had, you stop noticing that you don’t feel great. And when you do something about it and feel better, you don’t want to go back.
I followed the Ultimate Reset to the letter for the most part, sticking to it during alcohol-free tailgate parties and travel for work. It wasn’t easy, but I was determined.
The Ultimate Reset slowly moves you into vegan eating over the course of 21 days. From there you can slowly reintroduce new foods back into your diet, one at a time. It’s important to go slow because you want to be able to identify which foods caused the bloat and stomach issues in the first place so you can avoid them in the future.
When you go on a health journey, it’s all about making the right choices. It’s about losing the weight, feeling better, reducing the bloat, getting stronger–whatever change that made you start the journey in the first place. And once you make the changes, you don’t want to have to buy new clothes again or start over from the beginning. You’ve invested the time and money into it, after all. True changes aren’t quick fixes.
It’s important to find alternatives to your past addictions, like I did with my London Fog tea that I started drinking in place of my coffee. Or the gallon of water that I drink most days now to help me stay away from sweets and bigger portions than I should be eating.
Of course, no one is perfect, including me. I was in Chicago after I finished my reset and meant to have a bite of a hot dog. I ended up eating the whole thing, ketchup, mustard, relish and all.
But making poor choices from time to time helps us to remember why we’re doing this and help to get us back on track quickly. I didn’t gain any weight on that 4-day trip because that hot dog reminded me of the stomach issues and bloat I get when I don’t stick to the plan.
I was able to get right back on my maintenance plan and I feel so much better for it!
Despite my fear of eating that entire hot dog, it reminded me that the bloat and discomfort was cumulative and not something that happened overnight. This program has helped me identify instant triggers that cause my stomach to bloat and it lets me live with more balanced nutrition.
If you’re ready to start your own journey to wellness and want a reset of your own, order your 21 Day Ultimate Reset here and receive a free 1-hour consultation call with me!