April 03, 2016
Some people wait for the new year, some people wait for spring, but the truth is any time is the perfect time to reboot our health with a nutrient-rich diet.
At the Morrison Center, we call this the Daily Benefit Detox Program. It’s a simple formula for success where we shift our focus on choosing nutritious whole foods that naturally “crowd out” foods that create inflammation, the underlying cause of all things that make us feel unwell. We then kick things up a notch by supporting liver detoxification with our Daily Benefit 30-Day Detox Set. Whether it’s a feeling of overall sluggishness, mental fogginess, gastrointestinal distress, fatigue or symptoms like joint pain, weight gain or dry skin, a diet that replenishes our cells with vital nutrients can have us feeling recharged in less than 30 days.
Just imagine being able to bring your weight down and your energy up in less than 1 month, with skin glowing, your focus and memory sharper.
Take a look at our research paper which shows that when people follow this program, they generally feel about 66% better and, if weight loss is a goal, they’re able to lose an average of 9 pounds over 4 weeks! It’s so exciting to see people going through this program enjoy actual results.
With all the detox trends out there, from juice cleanses to “teatoxes,” it’s hard to know which to choose. While a few days of nutritious juices and herbal infusions are effective for dealing with the first principle of detoxification: removing inflammatory and processed foods, they don’t replace those foods with a diet that’s sustainable. A 30-day plan of organic whole foods gives your body the chance to detoxify properly and heal from the inflammatory effects of sugar-laden treats, sweetened cocktails, and other edible vices. We lay it all out for you in a handy program guide that comes free when you purchase one of our Daily Benefit Detox Sets.
We get a lot of questions about weight fluctuation during weight loss efforts, especially for those who weigh themselves daily. Our most important tip:
Weigh yourself once per week (not more often than that) at the same time of day, on the same scale.