My final day and by far the easiest day! My energy returned and my mood was positive. The cravings were still there but mainly just to eat whatever I wanted to eat. I had another amazing night of sleep and woke up refreshed. I’m so excited to share my results with you all tomorrow.
Breakfast: I did skakeology blended with 1/2 banana while running out the door to go cherry picking with my family!
Morning snack: Fiber sweep. I brought 8oz of water and mixed my fiber sweep in the fields. It was fine, I really don’t mind drinking this… at all. It kept me full until lunch which was a little later since we were out and about.
Lunch: I thought I took a picture but apparently it didn’t go through. I had 1/4 an avocado with red pepper strips and a little himilayan salt and it was AMAZING. I also blended the Vanilla fresh with blueberries, added a little cinnamon, nutmeg and pure vanilla extract… it tasted like a blueberry muffin!
Here’s where I noticed a HUGE difference with this program. I wasn’t starving and I still had energy despite running around in the morning. My cravings were diminished and I enjoyed every last bit of that garlic hummus! I may have thrown in an extra carrot but I was chugging water all day long so I think I deserved it.
So, I made the Carrot-Seaweed salad that was the recipe in the book and it was AMAZING. I loved the flavor combination and will definitely be making this again. I had everything in my house already except the sea-weed and had to hit up Mom’s Organic to find it but I love seaweed and I was dedicated to this program and wanted to try this dish. It was the perfect ending to this 3 day cleanse! Of course I pared it with the Vanilla Fresh blended with nutmeg, cinnamon and pure vanilla extract.
I was so glad that my energy was back! I wasn’t exhausted putting my daughter to bed and was able to run around at the playground with her and her friend. I was up until almost 10pm working!
My final review I’ll be doing tomorrow including a little about the day after the cleanse and transitioning back to real food.