The 21-day purification program is so effective because it focuses on the whole person–making better food and beverage choices, taking whole food supplements, reducing stress, and increasing exercise. The purification program is more than just a diet. It encourages patients to adopt a healthier lifestyle, which, in turn, helps them look and feel better.

This streamlined, easy-to-follow program emphasizes whole, organic, and unprocessed foods; whole food supplements; and water. Vegetables and fruit are eaten from days 1-10, with select proteins added at day 11. Whole food supplements taken during the program include: SP Cleanse®, SP Green Food®, SP Complete® or SP Complete® Dairy Free, and Gastro-Fiber® . Other supplements such as Whey Pro Complete, a protein powder with 15 grams of protein per serving, can also be added to the protocol to support purification.

To assist the patient during purification, we provide an all-in-one purification guide that describes the program and offers features such as an FAQ section; a tear-off shopping list; program-friendly shake and salad accent recipes; a daily intake journal; and an area for you to recommend additional supplements.

So there is that…

This is a program recommended by the doctor that I work for.  Several of the girls in the office have done this program multiple times with great results.  Two of my co-workers are starting on it again on Monday.  I have often voiced that I needed to try the program but it is soooo strict and I was never confident in my ability to stick to it.

Today I decided I needed to take the bull by the horns and just commit.  I’m sick of being sick.  And perhaps the reason I have been sick so often lately is that all I’ve done since Repo started was eat crap.  Soda, caffeine, salt up the ying yang and told get me started on all the processed fast food crap.   Plus not being able to get back even to my weight watchers diet for more than a day or two.

I need something that is going to kick me in the ass.  Something that I will commit to because, well the suppliments can get a little pricey and I’m not one to waste money, but also because I will have two friends/co-workers doing it at the same time that I can lean on.  They have both done it before and they are both very supportive of me doing this with them.

I’ve been sick more since August than I have been in the last five years.  I can’t say that for sure that it is related to my icky eating habits but SOMETHING is wrong.  What can it hurt to try something new?  It’s only for three weeks right?

I’m going to do it!  And I’m probably going to be a bitch for a few days…you have been warned.  🙂

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