30 Days of 17 Day Diet

Initially he did it for 30 days. It went pretty smoothly. It was a fairly standard vegan diet. He had bad breath. A few things happened for him in the first week. It was not a big deal. I always tell people if they’re having strong cravings and very strong detox for months that it’s no longer a detox issue. The transition should be fairly smooth if you do things right. You can say that it was just the body adapting when you switch back. It was clearly a reaction when he did it the other way around. It was more of a smooth transition. He took another two months and then decided to go back. The way he described his experiment was interesting. Learn more at http://austingosser.bcz.com/2016/12/12/17-day-diet-for-quick-weight-loss/ and https://erinjgz.wordpress.com/2016/01/01/17-day-diet-research-2016/

The other important thing to note is the transition to going raw. You made a good point. He had a much worse reaction going “Everything doesn’t hinge on what you put into your mouth. You can work through the craving.” back to cooked food. The reason he had problems going raw was not because of the raw foods. It was because of all the stuff he already had in him. In other words, when you’re detoxifying, your body has enough the energy before to get rid of those toxins. We’re detoxifying every day, 24 hours a day. There are periods of time when there are higher levels of it. When people are switching to a raw diet and doing it in a healthy and sustainable way, the reactions and detoxification are not a result of the raw food. It’s the result of what they’ve eaten before. In either case, all of the symptoms are all due to cooked food. I’ve noticed people who are healthier have an easier transition. They take better care of their bodies. People doing this for the first time who have never paid any attention to their health before tend to have a harder time than people who have been exercising. Let’s talk about some of the issues people face. Everyone has different issues going 100% raw. Some may have nutrition energy to get rid of toxins it has previously stored. It didn’t have “If you want to be successful going 100% raw, you want to be around people for whom it’s natural.” I got enough of the bad information out and the right information in. I also had a friend, Joel Brody, who helped me. Once I had that information and the right support, I was able to do it. I did it because I’m into always improving myself. I want to be the best I can be. I knew from reading about the raw food diet and people who stayed 100% raw that there were many benefits. I hoped for many things. There is no question that going 100% raw had many more benefits and advantages. Eating 50% to 80% raw is pretty good. The problem is that as long as you’re eating part of your diet as cooked food, you’re not getting rid of cooked food addiction. To me, one of the biggest advantages of going 100% raw is that you’re also freeing yourself of the compulsion to eat cooked food. Learn more at http://forevercutting.weebly.com/the-fitness-blog/17-day-diet-building-muscle

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