In the evening I came home and got the cleansing broth going while Walter ran to pick up a few missing ingredients. During that time I got to browse the on line version of the article. Online you can launch a little app called ziplist which allows you to create shopping lists with a couple of clicks for each recipe. In this tool I created lists for weeks one, two and three. I still think it would be better to include a weekly shopping list that gives you quantities for one, two, and four participants. And online there could even be a calculator where you plug in the number of people and the quantities adjusts accordingly.
Dinner for night one was a creamy broccoli soup with the broth as the base. As I just made the broth, I used the spinach from it for the soup. The recipe worked as expected and it was delicious.
We are finally going to do it; spring cleaning for the body: a three week cleanse! Back in January I read about a cleanse that seemed very palatable. I have done several different types and what I liked about this was you could eat the whole time and you didn’t need to invest in all sorts of supplements. Just real whole food, preferably organic.
I definitely wanted to try it but when – months went by? Then Katya, my daughter, suggested we do the cleanse. With Walter, my husband, in agreement, we picked Monday as our day to begin. We figured all was in the magazine so after a beach morning on Sunday, we went to do the shopping for week one.
The magazine wasn’t as well organized as we would have liked – including some recipes being left out. We did our best to get everything so we could follow the plan as closely as possible. As a health coach I wanted to see if this would be something good to recommend to clients.
The day got away from us so I didn’t have too much time to prepare. I did make us a great dinner that would be a good substitute for the first day’s lunch even though it included tofu.
Stay posted to see how we progress…