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Overview: This nutrition approach is based on eating clean foods and altering your carbohydrate intake based on your activity levels. The main idea here is that on the days where activity levels are high you can afford yourself more flexibility with your carbohydrate intake. On the days where your activity levels are lower, the carbohydrates are lowered to allow the body to use fat as a fuel instead. This plan is less strict than the Bridal Cleanse and can therefore be followed over a longer period of time without any issues.

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Example Plans

What Should I Be Eating On This Plan?

You are aiming to eat a good balance of protein, fats and carbohydrates, all from good sources of unprocessed, natural foods.

Unlike the ‘cleanse plan’ you can consume dairy, but should aim to keep intake low as many people actually struggle to digest dairy effectively.

Make sure you eat plenty of vegetables and drink plenty of water each day (2L+).

What Should I Avoid Eating?

Alcohol & Processed Foods should be avoided and only be included in ‘Free Meals’.

Caffeine can be consumed, but ideally should be kept fairly low for best results.

Sugar can be consumed, but again should be kept fairly low for best results.

Are There Any Side Effects?

There shouldn’t be any side effects when eating this way as it shouldn’t be too far away from how you eat currently.

Yes…you will be eating more protein, better fats and less carbohydrates, but that shouldn’t have too much of an effect on the way you feel.

As you adapt to eating this way you should find that you lose weight and improve your energy levels significantly.