Hello Jinjee ,
I am wondering if a lifetime membership means you can be joined into the next 21 day program again? I would like to improve my game but at present my head is being stubborn. I know I can do this though. I am eating all raw except the nutritional yeast and some coconut organic ice cream and living in the tropics lends itself to some high calorie fruits and coconut so I feel I am overdoing this, I am being positive though as I am now finally back on track to eating 99% raw so in that sense it is good. I am close to a raw food family and they also question eating too much nuts but I am slowly shifting to sticking to the exact program you have sent. I also have been lazy and only worked out a little running, bike ride, small swim. I have just come out of having a very bad dose of  so I was very run down and maybe it would be better to join the next group for the 21 day cleanse program as I have not been pro-active like I know I can. What are your thoughts?
Thank you for writing!
Many people have similar challenges with getting the programs right the first time, which is why we have the lifetime membership. So, yes, you can re-do the 21 Day Cleanse as many times as you like on all future sessions at no cost! The program starts every 7 weeks. (We do the 28 Days Raw Program in between, and keep the two programs running back-to-back so members of both programs can stay on them continuously long-term for ongoing raw support, as many do!).
Maybe the first time you just get familiar with the program, the materials and the community. The next time you follow the menu plan perfectly or close to perfectly or adapt it to your own needs. And the next session you add the workouts. And the next session you add the inner work presented in the daily instructions. Just for instance. Some people just use the programs for the support and social connections. Some just use the menu plans.
As far as the question about too many nuts, there are many schools of thought with eating raw. An all fruit / veg diet is wonderful for healing. But in the long-term (2 years+) people who don’t get enough fats and proteins (which are delivered via nuts) become mineral deficient and usually go off the diet.
It sounds like you are making good progress! Keep it up and do what you can. You get points for every step in the right direction, and it keeps getting easier!
Keep in touch!