Sape Creative Department goes to lunch at LEE – the secret vip backroom is amazing!
So it’s been about a week since we’ve finished our cleanse. (I absolutely hate that word with a passion, and the kinds of people that use it all the time, but I hate detox equally, so I am really at a loss here for nomenclature that doesn’t irritate me.) Overall, I would say this plan works really well for certain things and it definitely made us both feel a lot better.
Overall, I’d say this was a very positive experience. I just hope we don’t revert to our old bad habits too quickly, or the whole thing could be more than just a waste of time; it could have undesirable effects on our gastro-digestive process. We’ll see how the next few weeks go! My verdict? If you are having any kinds of adverse reactions to food, or you feel sluggish, slow and are getting sick regularly, you could try this out for a few weeks. It certainly did a lot more good than bad, and was a lot easier than we thought. More than anything, we found the most positive outcome of the whole experience was finding out how strong our willpower was.
You can buy his book online, but I don’t recommend the book itself. If you can borrow a friend’s copy (ours is up for grabs if anyone wants it). I don’t particularly think it’s worth buying because it’s poorly organized and doesn’t give you enough specific information about what you’re supposed to do. We did more reading about the detox online than in the actual book… It contains only a small handful of recipes and doesn’t have any instructions regarding process or rules. It seems more like it’s made up of slides from an investigative lecture than a book that can actually help you.Read More