Our new 28 Days Transition to Raw Program begins in just over a week, on Monday September 24th. Although it is a transition program, it is 100% raw. However being a Balanced Raw Diet we have found that many people are able to go cold-turkey raw without detox symptoms.
If any do come up, we have instructions in this training for overcoming detox.
It is good, however, to prepare oneself for going raw, both mentally and physically. Our Optional “Prep Week” beginning on Monday is covered in one little eBook by the same name that comes with the Program Materials which you download instantly when ordering. In this eBook we cover many different possible ways of preparing to go raw.
One of the models is to give up any addictive substances like coffee, alcohol, cigarettes, chocolate, meat or dairy. This can be done all at once, cold-turkey, or if one has more time to prepare, one can eliminate one if these toxins a week or a month. My preference is the cold-turkey approach as I find I get a more dynamic transition which seems to fuel my desire to continue. I suddenly become addicted to health, which I think is a good addiction.
Some other ways to prepare to go raw are to add one raw food meal a day, it doesn’t matter whether it is breakfast, lunch, or dinner. And/or one could start following the raw menu but keep one cooked meal or side-dish during transition week, weaning off of cooked food and acclimating to a raw diet.
Our “Prep Week” eBook includes suggestions for “healthy” cooked foods to use during this preparation period.
Some ways to prepare emotionally to go raw are to begin to journal about your relationship with food, writing down what you eat, writing your ideal, writing about why you want to shift to a healthier diet, and the goals you have for your life that you can accomplish with your new energy. This way you can build up excitement for the experience.
If you’d like to join us in Prep Week on Monday, sign up for 28 Days Raw at http://28DaysRaw.com