jonabryndis

Hi Everybody,

this is our thread for sharing experiences during 3 day light fast (reboot detox).

Please feel invited join our community detox event! 

This 3 day light fast to increase our vibratory rate and clear out metabolic residues. In our energy forum we will post regular updates, tips and support for another. If you are interested in joining simply follow the instructions below (exact timeline is not needed) and come to the forum to share!

We will start on Thursday 5th April 2018 morning (6AM Denver Time).

Click here to set up your free forum account.



Instructions

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Here a quick overview on how to do a Light 3-Day Reboot Fast to cleanse your physical, but also to challenge your ego.



3 Day Detox Reboot Instructions

 

A cleanse is good for kick-starting and rebooting your metabolism and clearing out your guts. An as you all know, emotions are mainly stored in our digestive area, so physical detoxing will also promote emotional detoxing, but can only be done temporarily as the overall goal is to reach a balance from within so you don't have to constantly think about food. By assuring that you are 'always getting enough' you are promoting trust in yourself and your body - and you learn to regulate as you go.

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Purpose of the 3 Day Detox Reboot:

 

As for the 3-Day Reboot Detox I recommend the Light Fast with fruit and vegetable juices, broth, and Dandelion Tea; and of course lots of water.

 

Basically you just 'eat' liquids like in the juice fast (as much as you want), but you also getting warm meals which makes a difference energetically and also emotionally. You are not loosing much weight during a light fast, but you are not regaining it either.


This is one of the problems with extreme fasts, as they induce ketosis (no carbs) and lead to water loss and muscle tissue, which will makes a person feel lighter but it's actually not healthy. Plus it leads to muscle loss, as the body's chemistry goes into starvation and tries to regain the lost water and body cells in form of fat cells. This is why it's important to drink as much as you feel you need!

 

 



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Mornings:

Freshly squeezed or blended juices from fruits every 2 hours

You can add carrots, cucumber and green leafy vegetables if you like the mix

 

Lunch:

Broth from vegetables, miso soup (no solids) warm!

Continue with Fruit and Vegetable Juices

 

Dinner:

Vegetable broth, or if you feel too spacey, tomato soup or meat broth (no solids).

In case you need more, cook some brown rice and have a few spoons ful or eat a banana.

 






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Most Frequently Asked Questions:

 

1. Coffee?

For the 3-Day Fast it’s better to refrain from coffee, BUT if it gets you through the fast have your coffee, but no mild or sugar!

 


2. Alcohol?

For the 3-Day Fast it’s best to refrain from alcohol completely! After these three days you can add alcohol again, but no more than one glass!

 


3. Juices: Freshly Squeezed/Juiced vs. Bought or bottled?

If you have to work or if juicing (preferably organic produce) is too expensive or not feasible for you, bottled juices will do the job. Just make sure you get the best quality without additives, such as sugars or protein!

 

 

4. Broths: Pre-made vs. From Scratch?

I would make it depend on what you are cooking for the rest of your family. If you are single pre-made organic broths are fine - they are just a little bland. If you get pre-made soups take out the solids (meat, noodles, rice, etc). From scratch is always best, but it takes a long time to prepare, so I would not get hung up on it - only do things that work for you! Otherwise it gets too much and too stressful. We are also trying to bring in balance, which means we need to integrate.

 


5. Only Vegetable Broth?

It depends on how much meat you normally eat and how deprived you may feel. Vegetable and Miso broth are the best for this fast, but before you run out of steam, compromise with Chicken broth for example. 

 


6. Non-Prescription Drugs, Supplements or Fiber?

Since you are only 'rebooting' for three days I would not take any non-prescription drugs or supplements. If you are taking prescription drugs you need to consult your doctor!

 

For long term diet changes we can talk about supplements, but as long as you are juicing or blending you don't need to supplement anything. If you juicer separates the pulp, add a little pulp back into the juice (for fiber, so your blood sugar doesn't spike too much).

 


7. Exercise?

Just agree to slow down for three days and then build your exercise back up after the 3-Day Detox. Walking and hiking in nature is always good. Just don’t do too much as you may get too spacey!

  

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After the Reboot - Consider a 21-Day Energy Supporting Diet



Doing a 3 week cleanse can litterally be life changing! It can not only set you up for a new internal structure and develop new habits, it can help to get rid of chronic conditions and support any form of recovery! If you are considering quitting persistent habits, such as smoking, drinking or other recreational drugs, this cn set a new starting point for your sober life.


During this period all the recommendationsin regards to an energetically healthy diet apply in a somewhat stricter way. Below a list of 'stricter' rules for the After-Cleanse period. After these 3 weeks you can modify and adapt things to what works best for you! 

 



The First couple of days after the 3 Day Reboot Cleanse


Ease your body back into solid foods - which means, try to have light/easy digestible meals with juices or smoothies in between. When you eat solids try to consciously chew them bite for bite - 10 times each (I know sounds stupid but it works). Starting on the fourth day, you can go back to eating more solids, but this time feel out how the food you ate made you feel afterwards...check in with your energy and allow your body to tell you if the food you ate was ENERGY SUSTAINING or DRAINING... (If you really want to get nerdy about this, you can journal your food intake and record your energy levels)


 

Instructions for a 21 Days Energy Detox Supporting Diet


In general try to follow your body's BIORHYTHM (your usual up and down rhythm). This is a little different for everyone, so what works for me doesn't necessarily have to work for you, although you and I have a similar daily routine. Sometimes, CHANGING DAILY ROUTINES can also help to shift our energies a bit.

For example, I've recently switched to having dinner earlier and it feels more balanced as I don't go as low before dinner anymore. We used to always have dinner between 8-9PM (mostly because I had to drive my older kids to soccer every afternoon, so we didn't even arrive home until 7.30pm - now that my daughter has her own car and their schedule shifted I could start cooking at around 5.30pm), which got me into an energetic slump between 5.30-8pm and then a serious after dinner fatigue at 9PM.

 

Take note how brief meditation breaks throughout the day can influence your energy and feeling of hunger or need to eat.




ESSENTIALS


- Drinking Lemon Water on empty stomach


- Eating raw fruits first thing in the morning (no raw fruits/raw tomatoes on full stomach ever!) - the more different colors and the darker in color the better


- Keeping up the Water Intake (2-2.5 l/Quarts per day)


- Eating raw vegetables before main (heavier) meals  - the darker in color the better


- Adding a bite of a high fiber granola bar or dried fruit before eating anything with refined sugar


- Leave at least 2 hours between snacks/meals (if you drink coffee with carbs through milk or sweetener, the coffee counts as meal)

 



General Tips:


- No deep fried foods in this time


- Add more nuts, seeds (especially raw sunflower and flax seeds) and died fruits to your diet!


- Always have almonds, almond butter and almond meal in the cabinet (they are extreme energy boosters!)


- Use only good Oils, such as olive oil, grape seed, coconut and flax seed oil (cold pressed, organic if possible)


- Consider a diet high in anti-inflammatory foods

 

Do not be afraid of good fats from seeds and good oils! even unsalted butter is to a thread to a detox diet! Yes, they deliver high calorie content, but they also come with everything for the body needs to break it down into energy which means it will be utilized and not stored in body fat!

 



Refrain from and Replace with:


- Processed/packaged/pre-made foods:

and replace with as natural and 'alive' as possible (even self-cooked frozen meals or produce, they are better than packaged foods but do not provide as many nutrients anymore)


- Refined Sugars:

and replace with Coconut sugar, Agave Sirup, Unrefined sugar or Raw Honey. (Get dark chocolate if you can't live without.)


- Processed Dairy products:

and replace with rice, coconut or almond milk. After these three weeks, try to stay with as natural (whole) and organic as possible. No low, non fat, etc.! (e.g. instead of ready mixed yogurts get organic whole milk yogurt and mix with your own fruit mash and sweetener)


- Over-processed Cheese Spreads (including cream and cottage cheese):

and replace with ideally goat and sheep (feta) cheese or Brie. In general look for (unfortunately very expensive) one piece cheese chunks, how they come from the dairy farm. 


- MSG's aka Hydrolyzed Yeast/Protein Extract & Transfats aka Hydrogenated Oils/Fats:

(in most chips, crackers, breading and processed meals such as frozen french fires, pizza, etc) and replaced with organic version


- Food Coloring and anything artificially colored!:

You can replace some for kids with natural food coloring in health food stores (hard to get)


- Artificial Sweeteners of any kind!:

Stevia is okay but 'real' sweet is always better as it doesn't mess with your taste buts ad neurotransmitters


- Farm-Raised Fish:

I know, it breaks my heart but they are full with anti-biotics and hormone/neurotransmitter altering substance and replace with wild-caught


- Non-Organic Meats and replace with organic version

 


Reduce:


- Meat-Consumption:

Even organic meats have fear and abuse energies in them. If you have to eat meat, silently give thanks to the animal (raises its vibration). Replace meats with tuna or Shitake Mushrooms for example.


- Processed Gluten

Processed/packaged breads, cookies, crackers and pasta contain a lot of refined gluten. Gluten in itself is not necessarily unhealthy, unless one already has an allergy. the main reason for the hype with gluten is that it's separated out of its natural compound. Therefore, naturally occurring gluten (e.g. in whole grain rye) is not unhealthy! 


I am not a fan of gluten free products because they are even more processed than normal processed foods, but because it's practically impossible to get natural food productsI recommend to replace bought or self-made breads with Oat, Quinoa, Barley and Almond Meal (ground up) - as for cookies, cakes and bread try to eat as little as possible during these three weeks.


If you, like me, really don't want to refrain from cookies, make your own from good ingredients for guilt-less snacking!

 

 

Recommendations:

 

- Make home made granola with a mix of ground up nuts, seeds (flax seed is always good) and oats with honey, cinnamon, butter and almond butter for a light snack with yogurt in between. Add eggs, more butter, ground oat meal or a little unbleached flower and heavy cream (chic chips if you want) to make delicious and healthy cookies. The kids will love them!


- Always have bananas, raw sunflower seeds and brown rice in the house. If you need food for your nerves try these first!

 

- Enjoy your coffee (chocolate, snack, glass of wine)! Stevia is okay but Agave sirup would be better. Look at your coffee as meal, as long as you put rice/almond/coconut mild or cream into it. It' okay. Just CONSCIOUSLY LOVE IT when you drink it - don't drink coffee on the run - always ENJOY IT!

 

- Good bread is full of whole grains and seeds. Make your own or get it from whole foods. Sprouted breads are better than normal breads. The heavier the bread the better. The least ingredients the better. 

 

- Do not be afraid of calories! Look at what you put into your body as part of your loving yourself. The only thing that matters is whether or not you love what you eat!

 

 

Did I forget anything?



The 'prime directive' is to integrate your food habits with your high vibratory energy system. These directives or recommendations are based on providing maximum energy for our bodies. 


After these three weeks of changing your diet, try to stay with as many suggestions as possible.




Last tip: Try to get a friend or family member to join your 3-Day Detox Reboot!



Much Love,

jona



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Yours,
jona

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cindy
Hi Everyone!
  This is wonderful! I actually thought we were starting today so I can ease into a bit more today since my ego is having a field day with starvation heh, heh! This will give me a chance to get rid of the Oreo's... 😉 
Here's to our health! <3 <3
Much love-
Cindy
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jonabryndis
Dear Cindy,

Hah!

We are traveling today, so I don't know why I didn't pick up on that. Sorry for the scheduling mistake!

Yes, give your ego a pep talk and make it your ally! We'll all feel so much better on Sunday!

Love,
jona
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cindy
Safe Travels! <3
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jonabryndis
Good Morning Everyone!

We started our morning with a banana, orange and strawberry smoothie, just to have a good foundation. Collective Energies are very intense right now, so we need to make sure we stay grounded throughout the first day especially. We will most likely make a light root vegetable soup for dinner tonight. Will post the recipe for you if you are interested.

Have a great first day of detoxing!

Much Love,
jona
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jonabryndis
Please feel free to post what is working for you - and how you are feeling!

Recipes welcome!
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cindy
Hi Everyone!
  Okay! Lets DO this!! 😉  Lemon water first thing and then coffee with plant based "creamer."  This is my cheat and my diamond in the rough. It's called Nut Pods and it's made from almonds and coconut cream. No sugar, Non-GMO and organic certified. No matter how hard I try I just can't do black coffee. This will get me through. I have my juices and broths ready. I have school today so I hope I don't get too spacey! So far I feel great! <3 <3
Love to all-
Cindy
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jonabryndis
Planning Dinner:

Hey Everyone,

I'm munching on cantaloupes and water melon - planning on GINGER CARROT SOUP for dinner:

Photography Credit: Elise Bauer

Years ago I went on a carrot kick. Someone had given me a champion juicer and I set off to consume my weight in carrot juice over the next month.

Remember when your biology teacher told you that your skin would turn orange if you ate a lot of carrots? She was right!

When I went in for my physical my doctor looked at me with alarm; he thought I was jaundiced. Fortunately, it was just all that beta carotene from the carrots. No harm, no foul.

Sometimes the most nourishing foods are also the most simple and easy to make. This carrot ginger soup is just that. All you need are carrots, onions, butter, a little ginger, a few strips of orange peel, some stock, water, and salt. The soup comes together in less than an hour, prep included. Lovely.

 
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Carrot Ginger Soup Recipe

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  • Prep time: 15 minutes
  • Cook time: 30 minutes
  • Yield: Serves 4-5

I think this soup works best when it is puréed until perfectly smooth. This is best achieved using an upright blender. If you use an immersion blender, just keep working at it until the soup is as smooth as you can make it.

We use chicken stock in this recipe, but you can easily use vegetable stock for a vegetarian option.

INGREDIENTS

  • 3 Tbsp unsalted butter
  • 1 1/2 pounds carrots (6-7 large carrots), peeled and sliced thin
  • 2 cups chopped white or yellow onion
  • Salt
  • 1 teaspoon minced ginger
  • 2 cups chicken stock or vegetable stock
  • 2 cups water
  • 3 large strips of zest from an orange
  • Chopped chives, parsley, dill or fennel for garnish

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1 Sauté onions and carrots: Melt the butter in a soup pot over medium heat and cook the onions and carrots, stirring occasionally, until the onions soften, about 5 to 8 minutes. Do not let the onions or carrots brown. Sprinkle a teaspoon of salt over the carrots and onions as they cook.

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2 Add stock and water, ginger, and strips of orange zest. Bring to a simmer, cover, and cook until the carrots soften, about 20 minutes.

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3 Remove the strips of orange zest! It's easy to forget this step, and if you forget and purée the soup with the strips of zest still in it, the soup may be too bitter for your taste.

4 Purée soup: Purée the soup with a stick blender, or working in small batches, pour the soup into a blender and purée until completely smooth. Only fill the blender bowl a third full with the hot liquid and keep one hand pressing down on the cap of the blender to keep it from popping off.

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Add more salt to taste.  (You will need more salt if you are using homemade unsalted stock or unsalted butter.)

Garnish with chopped chives, parsley, or fennel fronds.

 

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jonabryndis
getting a bit lightheaded - having a smoothie with broccoli, spinach, Lemon, and pineapple with a bit  flaxseed oil and brewer's yeast...
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cindy
What is the brewer's yeast good for?
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jonabryndis
Here an article about the properties of Brewer's Yeast:
I use the extract powder in my smoothies (doesn't taste very good, so I use only the tip of a tea spoon)


Pro & Cons: https://superhumancoach.com/pros-and-cons-of-brewers-yeast/



https://www.healthline.com/health/brewers-yeast

Brewer’s Yeast

What is brewer’s yeast?

Brewer’s yeast is an ingredient used in the production of beer and bread. It is made from Saccharomyces cerevisiae, a one-celled fungus. Brewer’s yeast has a bitter taste.

Brewer’s yeast is also used as a nutritional supplement. It’s a rich source of chromium, which may help your body maintain normal blood sugar levels. It is also a source of B vitamins.

Brewer’s yeast is considered a probiotic and is used to aid digestion.

 
 
WHAT IT DOES
What does brewer’s yeast do?

Brewer’s yeast contains small organisms (microflora) that help maintain the proper functioning of the digestive tract.

Brewer’s yeast is a nutritional supplement and may enhance energy levels and strengthen the immune system. It’s a rich source of:

  • chromium
  • protein
  • selenium
  • potassium
  • iron
  • zinc
  • magnesium

It is also a great source of B vitamins that provide:

  • thiamine (B-1)
  • riboflavin (B-2)
  • niacin (B-3)
  • pantothenic acid (B-5)
  • pyridoxine (B-6)
  • folic acid (B-9)
  • biotin (B-7)
 
 
BENEFITS
What are the benefits of brewer’s yeast?

The probiotic characteristics of brewer’s yeast may make it an effective way to prevent diarrhea. It has been used to treat other disorders of the digestive tract, including:

Brewer’s yeast can provide energy and may help maintain healthy skin, hair, eyes, and mouth. It may be effective at supporting the nervous system and enhancing the immune system.

The chromium in brewer’s yeast may help control sugar levels for patients with type 2 diabetes by improving glucose tolerance.

 
 
SIDE EFFECTS
What are the side effects of brewer’s yeast?

You should speak with your healthcare provider before taking brewer’s yeast. Supplements such as brewer’s yeast can interact with certain medications.

The side effects of brewer’s yeast are generally mild. The most common side effects are excess gas, bloating, and migraine-like headaches.

Stop taking brewer’s yeast and contact your healthcare provider immediately if you experience chest pain, throat or chest tightness, or difficulty breathing. These side effects may indicate an allergic reaction to brewer’s yeast.

Brewer’s yeast is a source of B vitamins but it does not contain B-12. Inadequate amounts of B-12 can cause anemia, so it’s important to make sure you have sources of B-12 in your diet.

 
ADMINISTRATION
How is brewer’s yeast administered?

Brewer’s yeast is available as a powder, flakes, liquid, or tablets. It is also an ingredient in beer and some kinds of bread.

The average adult dosage is one to two tablespoons daily. It can be added to food or mixed with water, juice, or shakes.

 
RISKS
What are the risks of brewer’s yeast?

Consult with your healthcare provider before taking any supplements such as brewer’s yeast. No specific preparation is necessary to take brewer’s yeast. The powdered form can be taken alone or added to food or beverages.

Your doctor may recommend that you initially take smaller doses of brewer’s yeast in order to check for possible side effects.

Brewer’s yeast can interact with several different types of medications. Talk to your doctor before taking brewer’s yeast if you use:

  • monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs): These include tranylcypromine, selegiline, and isocarboxazid. This type of medication is used for treating depression. The large amount of tyramine in brewer’s yeast can cause a hypertensive crisis when mixed with MAOIs. This reaction is an immediate and dangerous increase in blood pressure. It can cause a heart attack or stroke.
  • meperidine: This is a narcotic pain medication. A hypertensive crisis can occur when brewer’s yeast interacts with this narcotic.
  • diabetes medications: Brewer’s yeast may lower blood sugar levels. Taking it in combination with diabetes medications can place you at higher risk for lower than optimum blood sugar (hypoglycemia).

Consult your healthcare provider before taking brewer’s yeast if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. You should also use caution if you have a central venous catheter or any of the following conditions:

You may find it helpful to make a list of any conditions you have and medications you take in advance of visiting your healthcare provider. That way you can work together to determine whether brewer’s yeast is a good fit for your health needs.

Q:

I am taking 40 mg of gliclazide and my sugars are still too high. Would brewer’s yeast help me?

Anonymous Healthline reader

A:

There is some good evidence that brewer’s yeast, added to your diabetes treatment plan, may help. This is something that needs to be discussed with your doctor first. We need more studies to better understand dosage and possible side effects. One of the problems identified is related to uncertain dosages of brewer’s yeast. Sudden and emergency-level low blood sugars have been reported when brewer’s yeast is used with a prescribed hypoglycemic. If this is something you decide is a good choice for you, start with low doses, and monitor your blood sugars very carefully.

Debra Rose Wilson, PhD, MSN, RN, IBCLC, AHN-BC, CHTAnswers represent the opinions of our medical experts. All content is strictly informational and should not be considered medical advice.
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jonabryndis
Feeling pretty spacey right now, but calm...having fennel tea to support digestive system. If you have low blood sugar you should add a bit of honey to fennel tea.

Ginger Carrot Soup was awesome! Very grounding and took off the edge.

Hope you guys are doing okay!
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cindy
Hi All!
 Yeah, feeling a little low blood sugary so I took your advice Jona and doing some honey in warm lemon water. I made it through today without too much ego whining. I have to work tomorrow so I hope to make it through okay. I already planned to grab some banana's before I start just to be on the safe side if I have to have something heavier to get me through the day. I have plenty of broth, soup, and juice. Thank you for the article on the brewer's yeast. Okay! Day 2!! Here we come!
Love-
Cindy
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jonabryndis
...feeling great today! Full of energy - had a smoothie for breakfast -and preparing for a kale, spinach, lemon, pineapple juice in a bit  (plus flax seed oil)....ego ok with starving a bit- bit sleepy though...take breaks if you can - detoxing takes a lot of energy!

Planning on Tomato Soup for tonight...
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jonabryndis
Hey Everyone,

hope you are well!

I 'cheated' this afternoon -had a butter croissant with my coffee while stuck in the car in snow traffic... making Tomato Soup now. We also used fresh celery root and no-chicken broth - andirons of basil!



INGREDIENTS (13)

For the soup:

  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • 1 tablespoon unsalted butter
  • 1 medium yellow onion, medium dice
  • Kosher salt
  • 2 medium garlic cloves, minced
  • Pinch of red pepper flakes (optional)
  • 1 (28-ounce) can whole peeled tomatoes in their juices, preferably San Marzanos
  • 1 1/2 cups low-sodium chicken broth or water
  • 1/3 cup heavy cream
  • Freshly ground black pepper, to taste

Optional garnishes (alone or in combination):

  • Extra-virgin olive oil
  • 4 fresh basil leaves, julienned
  • Freshly grated Parmesan cheese
Nutritional Information
  • Calories231
  • Fat19.29g
  • Saturated fat7.75g
  • Trans fat0.12g
  • Carbs13.09g
  • Fiber3.15g
  • Sugar7.08g
  • Protein4.5g
  • Cholesterol34.8mg
  • Sodium46.59mg
  • Nutritional Analysis per serving (4 servings)Powered by
 

Old-fashioned tomato soup is the ultimate comfort food. Our version, which calls for canned San Marzano tomatoes and a quick purée with an immersion blender, is easy, too: It requires a small amount of patience but delivers an enormously soothing payoff. Garnish with crunchy, delicious Basic Croutons. Needless to say, great tomato soup cries out for the perfect grilled cheese sandwich.

 

 

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. 1Place a medium saucepan over medium-low heat and add the oil and butter. When the butter melts, add the onion and a big pinch of salt. Cook, stirring occasionally, until the onion is completely soft, about 15 minutes. (If at any point the onion looks like it’s beginning to brown, reduce the heat.) Add the garlic and optional red pepper flakes and cook for 5 minutes more, stirring occasionally.
  2. 2Increase the heat to medium and add the tomatoes and their juices to the pan. Roughly crush the tomatoes with the back of a wooden spoon and cook until they’re hot and beginning to soften, about 10 minutes. Add the broth or water and bring to a simmer. Cook at a medium simmer until the tomatoes begin to fall apart, about 15 minutes.
  3. 3Remove the soup from the heat and cool slightly, about 10 minutes. Purée the soup directly in the saucepan using an immersion blender, or use a countertop blender, carefully puréeing the soup in a couple of batches until smooth. Return the soup to the burner over low heat and stir in the cream. Add black pepper, then taste and adjust the seasoning with additional salt or pepper as needed. Serve in warmed bowls, as is or topped with the garnishes of your choice.
 
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jonabryndis
Not sure about you - some off you emailed me - but I am feeling pretty good! A bit congested, need to drink more water. Initial clearing not as intense anymore...

Had a smoothie this morning and getting ready for some mixed fruit and veggie juice now.

Planning French Onion Soup for Dinner.

Let me know how you are doing!

Love,
jona
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cindy
Hi All!
  So far so good! I've managed to stay on track! 😉 I wasn't as hungry as I thought I would be yesterday at work. Probably didn't drink as much water as I needed but that happens at work. I actually called out today. Last night I came home with a spasm in my lower back, feels like it is something sitting right a top of my tailbone. Not sure if it's related to detoxing or just the April energies in general, or both. Just resting and stretching. Getting ready to have some strained Miso soup and carrot/green juice mix. Feeling a really cool clarity. 😉
Love-
Cindy
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jonabryndis
Ooh, Miso Soup sounds awesome!

Not sure about the spasm- was part of our Remote Prayer Session earlier...

Munching on Watermelon..

Love,
jona
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cindy
Well, even though I ended up having a bowl of oatmeal at 6:45 pm, I feel like the 3-day reboot was a total success. Man oatmeal never tasted so good! I put a little real maple syrup on it and some coconut milk and I was in HEAVEN!! Both times I have done this before, I caved on the first or second day. Progress... not perfection! 😉  Plus, I feel really, really good! (minus the back spasms..) I think this is my system telling me to SLOW DOWN. Thank you for a great three day support!
Love-
Cindy
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jonabryndis
Same here - had an oatmeal cookie for desert after the French onion soup.

I am feeling the same way you described, Cindy: refreshed, proud of myself, and lighter. Got a lot of things done during the reboot - feeling motivated!

<3

Thank you for posting Cindy! It's been a pleasure to do this with all of you, but you motivated me to post here!

For anyone reading this but didn't do the reboot detox with us - just do it on your own - any three days that work for you! You'll feel renewed and energized!

Much Love,
and lots of gratitude

jona
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Jemma
I just bought a juicer today, I had one the other day and felt in self love mode. So here goes. I love soup so will try the carrot and ginger recipe sometime. My ego hears detox and goes let's go harder on the junk hehe

I'l get prepared first with produce and recipes. Might help beat this coke addiction.

Thanks for sharing your combos
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jonabryndis
REFINED SUGARS AND CAFFEINE

Awesome, Jemma!

The main ingredients affecting the addictive nature of Coca Cola are refined sugar and caffeine. Pick one to start with. Switch to a less sugary version - Coke Life for example - to ween your system off the sugar. On a neurotransmitter level, the two problems with sugary drinks is 1. that they produce a food response and 2. that they mess with our taste buds.

The easiest way to ween ourselves off from refined sugars is to eat more fruits and natural sugars for a while. Then your tastebuds will textually reject the sweetness coming from white sugar. However, often there is a hidden candida overproduction in our system, which craves sugars, so if you feel like you NEED sugar, a detox and perhaps anti-candida diet can clear your system from other, more harmful aspects of the cola addiction.

Best to untrained ourselves from liking sugary drinks altogether. Here is where the juices comes in!


I am addicted to caffeine, but I have chosen to use espressos (no sugar no milk) to get my fix. Besides completely getting off caffeine, this is probably the least damaging version of ingesting caffeine. Weening off caffeine can be done through natural stimulants, with a slightly less crashing from off caffeine, as can be found in green tea. Mate and other substitutes work well as well.

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Have fun with experimenting!

Love,
jona
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