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  • #70578

    rsk
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    I know during phase one, you can basically only eat vegetables. What does one recommend for breakfast? I find myself not having anything so I need some suggestions.

    #70580

    Thomas
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    Bake yourself the coconut bread. You find the receipt in our recipes section.
    There you will find some dips too. I love avocado dip. I use that on my coconut bread. You too can eat scrambled eggs on that bread.

    cheers
    Thomas

    #70581

    Javizy
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    Organic eggs are allowed. I usually have some sort of omelette or scrambled eggs with vegetables mixed in. Throw in whatever you like. Later, you can test oat bran and buckwheat (I’ve seen a buckwheat puffs cereal). Fish is also allowed on phase 1.

    #70582

    rsk
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    Thank you. I guess I was confused. I thought for phase one I could ONLY have veggies.
    But if I can have eggs and make that bread, that works.

    #70583

    Javizy
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    rsk wrote: Thank you. I guess I was confused. I thought for phase one I could ONLY have veggies.
    But if I can have eggs and make that bread, that works.

    Only veggies is for the optional cleanse for the first 7-10 days. After that you can eat foods from the allowed list and slowly start introducing new ones, like oat bran, as it says. If you haven’t seen it already, check the protocol which members here follow. It differs to the website version and all the posts here are in reference to it.

    #70585

    rsk
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    Great info. I will just do the best I can for the next 7 days and see what happens. What kind of fish is recommended for phase 1?

    #70587

    Able900
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    rsk wrote: What kind of fish is recommended for phase 1?

    Young fish such as sardines and herring are preferable because they’re less likely to contain mercury, wild Alaska salmon is also acceptable. Freshly caught fish from local lakes and ponds are good providing the lakes and ponds themselves are environmentally safe; for example, water-supply lakes having a quality ecosystem.

    Able

    #70589

    rsk
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    Thank you again. I guess because the phase 1 list only had veggies, I didn’t realize I could have eggs and fish and I could make the coconut bread. Very helpful.

    #71634

    Marbro
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    Javizy wrote:

    Thank you. I guess I was confused. I thought for phase one I could ONLY have veggies.
    But if I can have eggs and make that bread, that works.

    Only veggies is for the optional cleanse for the first 7-10 days. After that you can eat foods from the allowed list and slowly start introducing new ones, like oat bran, as it says. If you haven’t seen it already, check the protocol which members here follow. It differs to the website version and all the posts here are in reference to it.

    So this is my first day and I went by the website in preparing. I am starting on phase 1.

    why does everyone use the protocol you listed instead of the website? Why doesnt the website correct the information if its not accurate?

    #71635

    Marbro
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    So I wasted money on Psyllium Husk Powder and Bentonite. Tomatoes…..

    Is bentonite still worth adding to lemon and water cleanse?

    I have never done a diet and wanted to do it right. I spent plenty of money getting all the stuff and took forever to find Bentonite. Sucks that the website does not mention the danger of Psyllium husk in the way the forum has. And it sucks that I already started off on the wrong foot.

    I am greatful that folks have invested so much time into this and share it with us all on the forums.

    #71654

    Able900
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    why does everyone use the protocol you listed instead of the website? Why doesnt the website correct the information if its not accurate?

    Reply: Because we’ve found that this one works faster and is more precise. We’re not saying that the protocol on the website is wrong or inaccurate; we’re only saying that many of us have switched to the one on the forum and had quicker success.

    is bentonite still worth adding to lemon and water cleanse?

    Reply: Yes, bentonite is fine to use if you’ve already purchased it, go ahead and use it.

    And it sucks that I already started off on the wrong foot.

    Reply: You’re not the only one to do this. Remember that if you go to a website with a forum, the members of the forum have experience and can probably give you better suggestions from their own experience. So just take it easy, you’re fine and nothing is lost other than maybe the dollars from your wallet. It’s still early, and you’ve done no additional harm to your health, and that’s the only thing that matters in the end.

    Able

    #71666

    Marbro
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    Thanks Able!

    So today is day 1 🙂

    I have questions, Is excerising bad when starting the diet or just not reccomended because of the side effects of the cleanse?

    Here is my clease schedule

    Morning- warm water, lemon-bentonite-cayenne-water, molybdenum, milk thistle.
    Because of my stomach issues im not hungry in the morning but ill eat some greens.
    Can I eat all at the same time or do I need to space out something for the morning?

    snack-lemon-bentonite-cayenne-water

    Lunch- Pantothengic Acid(B-5), vitamin C, organic egg and some greens

    Dinner- lemon-bentonite-cayenne-water, veg broth, greens and another egg

    late night snack veg broth and greens

    how does that look for the first 7 or so days? Anything I should add?

    thanks again,

    Marbro-

    #71696

    Marbro
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    couple of more questions-

    Could I substitute the warm water in the morning with warm veggie broth? Or does that kinda go against the whole point of the water?

    also, my brother is interested in the diet as well but he is diabetic. He doesnt take insulin. Is there a link or advice for diabetics that you could share?

    Thanks again

    Marbro

    #71716

    Able900
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    rsk wrote: I know during phase one, you can basically only eat vegetables. What does one recommend for breakfast? I find myself not having anything so I need some suggestions.

    My breakfast during the treatment was always 2 boiled eggs with two slices of toasted coconut flour bread, avocado, and plain, unsweetened Greek yogurt with a bit of Stevia or Truvia mixed with coconut condensed cream or coconut manna, and usually a glass of freshly made vegetable juice and a cup of chicory coffee.

    Able

    #71718

    Jackie2
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    rsk,
    When I started I had a difficult time as my normal breakfast was always a bowl of oatmeal and fruit as well as coffee.

    I have learned that eggs can be enjoyed many different ways.

    When I got further into the diet I ate yogurt.

    One morning a small bit of poached salmon with eggs and asparagus. Lovely 🙂

    Be creative. You will make it work.

    When I could eat the coconut bread life was the best. Toaste bread with eggs.

    Once you get the hang of things you will forget what you once had.

    I tried the buckwheat cereal…really bland. I made it with cocnut milk the other day. Still didn’t do much for me. Maybe when I get to the point that I can add some berries.

    For now it is eggs, omlets, greek yogurt, look under recipies for more ideas.

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