Yes. Yes. Yes. Eating fruit is a relatively easy concept as far as dieting goes. Yet, as easy as it is to eat mostly fruit, I always hear people saying, “What’s going to happen to me when I’m starving”…
Well, I’m going to be honest here, and let you know that most likely, no one is going to starve. If you’re starving, it’s for some other reason.
We’ve all actually lived so well, with such rich food, that is why when you eat less fat, protein, and sugar (which is what is fermenting in your gut and feeding the bacteria that make you crave), you will really feel better, lose weight, and possibly get healthier.
You may get hungry, but if you keep up the calories from fruit, you’ll be HYDRATED and have good electrolyte levels. This is necessary for your kidneys to function well and help with elimination. We want elimination to be faster. So the fruit also hits the intestine and colon, and moves through with ease and speed. Usually.
As you go, you will need to determine if you’d need to add anything else? Maybe more variety of fruits? Maybe some veggies? I love to add the veggies as juices like beet, carrot, celery. Or maybe a cooked yam at night with a soup or salad.
Just go super easy on the fat and protein if you are detoxing. (Remember, Dr. Morse says protein is a builder, and you don’t want to build and detox at the same time). Fat is hard on the liver/gallbladder. Protein is hard on the kidneys and digestive system. But sugars really are what creates those cravings for more food, and of course, more sugar.
Fruit fills that gap rather easily.
I’d like to see everybody eating those Ten Fruits a Day! ASAP.
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Lotsa love and many blessings! Jen