What can I do if I don’t feel well on the program? (Manual)
Sometimes when you cut out certain foods like caffeine, alcohol, or sugar, your body takes a couple of days to adjust. If you are feeling tired, headachy, or low energy, here are some tips:
Drink at least six to eight glasses of filtered water daily.
Try adding a dash of sea salt to your water or an electrolyte supplement like E-Lyte.
Make sure you are eliminating your bowels (more tips below).
Feeling tired is normal when adjusting your eating. Allow more time for rest and sleep. To boost energy, exercise for 30 minutes a day. Walking outside in fresh air is best. Roll up those sleeves and let the sun hit you with some vitamin D!
Don’t wait until you are overly hungry to eat a meal.
Try a sauna or a warm bath with Epsom salts for 20 minutes a few times per week.
Remember to relax. Meditation, deep breathing, or any calming activity is good.
Eliminate all refined sugars, flour, caffeine, alcohol, dairy, gluten, or addictive substances entirely. By allowing certain triggers to stay in the diet, the body stays on the vicious cycle of cravings and addictive behavior.
Keep a journal, and track your symptoms. You should feel better in three to seven days. If you do not feel well at this point, please exercise caution and check in with your doctor.