Ultimate herbal Detox Kit



  • Yo!

    I have had a few of my Facebook mates query me about the results of my herbal detox where I ended up feeling like a million bucks and lost 9 kgs in two weeks

    This is the email I sent to the few that asked

    [quote]It's was really only a 14 day detox (Called the Ultimate Detox Kit) that cleanses the 'plague' off your intestine and rids the body of toxins. The benefit just happened to be dramatic weight loss. It's not the weight loss that I'm impressed with though, it is the way I feel. I honestly feel a million dollars mate.

    It's a real test of will power though with the following things eliminated from my diet in total for 14 days
    Booze
    Coffee
    All MEats including fish
    All Carbs
    All Bean type veg including lentils and chick peas etc
    Bananas
    All Nuts and Grains (No flour, Cereals or snacking on nuts)
    Anything refined
    Anything preserved (So nothing fro a jar or tube or bottle)

    BAsically it is a fruit and veg diet without bananas and Potatoes. You are allowed Natural unsweeted yoghurt as well (Accidophilous)

    You also take 20 herbal pills in the morning nd 20 at night. THey are the cleansing herbs.

    I truly recommend it mate, but also say it wasn't easy.

    The best thing is, it teaches ya what ya body likes and what it just holds back as a toxin.

    I sound like a preacher of the stuff now, but it is purely because I am so surprised at the results

    Cheers mate
    Hooroo[/quote]

    Bloody awesome and it has changed my approach to my diet going forward



  • Geez that sounds tough. How much did all the pills cost you?



  • I can honestly say that I have never tested my will power towards food like the past two weeks!! But because I was feeling so geat after 3 days on it (ABout a day before I started the pills) it made it easier to stay on track.

    The shop I got them at which was one of thoe Natural Herbal shops, they were $130



  • did you do much exercise during the two weeks-gym or aerobic? Well done xzxgood on the weight loss



  • None, but wanted to.

    I have resigned from my job for another so have been busy tidying up and the weekends have been pouring with rain. Not usually an excuse but it was just the way it happened



  • I did the detox diet years ago but this looks even more strict ! well done on getting through it Hooroo but I can't figure out how you say you feel so good after eating nothing but that for a couple of weeks !



  • [quote name='MN5']I did the detox diet years ago but this looks even more strict ! well done on getting through it Hooroo but I can't figure out how you say you feel so good after eating nothing but that for a couple of weeks ![/quote]

    First three days I didn't feel great due to the massive change in diet but after that I felt naturally great!!!

    I want to keep it off so I am sticking to it, to a degree for a while.

    Main thing is, i am avoiding preservatives. I still haven;'t had any in three weeks now and I am sure it is making a massive difference



  • [quote name='Hooroo'][quote name='MN5']I did the detox diet years ago but this looks even more strict ! well done on getting through it Hooroo but I can't figure out how you say you feel so good after eating nothing but that for a couple of weeks ![/quote]

    First three days I didn't feel great due to the massive change in diet but after that I felt naturally great!!!

    I want to keep it off so I am sticking to it, to a degree for a while.

    Main thing is, i am avoiding preservatives. I still haven;'t had any in three weeks now and I am sure it is making a massive difference[/quote]

    Even some foods that are " 99% fat free" aren't that flash due to fact they are processed to buggery aye ? Sugar is such a big one as well which is why when I drink beer I almost always make it Macs, not only is it by far the best eusa_whistle apparently it has a lot less sugar than other beers. ( not that I've actually researched this I've just heard....)



  • Yeah well done Hoo. Looks fairly gluten free too. Evil gluten...



  • Fairly? It is 100% gluten free



  • [quote name='Hooroo']Fairly? It is 100% gluten free[/quote]
    Alreet alreet alreet, calm doon calm doon. I was looking for bread in there, but it says no flour which I should have noticed!



  • [quote name='MN5'][quote name='Hooroo'][quote name='MN5']I did the detox diet years ago but this looks even more strict ! well done on getting through it Hooroo but I can't figure out how you say you feel so good after eating nothing but that for a couple of weeks ![/quote]

    First three days I didn't feel great due to the massive change in diet but after that I felt naturally great!!!

    I want to keep it off so I am sticking to it, to a degree for a while.

    Main thing is, i am avoiding preservatives. I still haven;'t had any in three weeks now and I am sure it is making a massive difference[/quote]

    Even some foods that are " 99% fat free" aren't that flash due to fact they are processed to buggery aye ? Sugar is such a big one as well which is why when I drink beer I almost always make it Macs, not only is it by far the best eusa_whistle apparently it has a lot less sugar than other beers. ( not that I've actually researched this I've just heard....)[/quote]

    the "low fat diet" was responsible for diabetes going through the roof in America in the 80's - because all the 'low fat foods' were loaded with sugar....

    people criticise the Atkins diet, mainly because they have never researched it and only think that it's no carbs - when in fact the 'no carbs' part was only a couple of weeks and the whole point of his diet is to only eat natural food, nothing with preservatives etc.

    as he said - the human body has been around for millions of years eating such things as nuts, berries etc etc and it's only in the last "few" years that humans have had processed food introduced into the diet and the body doesn't handle it that well. Kinda makes sense.

    but the key question is - Hooroo how much have you chucked back on since you've stopped?



  • Nothing yet mate, as I have stuck to the diet. Just not dropping any at the moment!



  • that's often the problem with these (for want of a better word) fad diets and detox things, stop doing it, and you go back to eating / drinking how you used to, and the weight piles back on.

    That body for life thing, where it at least tries to teach you ton eat right 'for life' seems the best of the bunch to me, and worked for me (revised) for the last few years.

    But you then have the Prop Cyril's who BFL's for 12 weeks, and is now back to where he started so more like a bodyfor12weeks for the big guy!!



  • Yeah, I hear ya but this detox I was on, really showed my how much rubbish the body can contain and hold uneccessarily and because of that I have changed my eating habits. Weight has stayed off too



  • are you still running and other stuff too?



  • Just back into Running and with Personal Trainer 3 times a week starting Tomorrow, so that will help!!



  • running is the only thing that keeps the weight off me - too bad it's the suckiest sport in the world.

    my knee is feeling a little better lately after a new physio tweaked some stuff, will hopefully return to running - will have to be on grass though!

    aim is to win the rotovegas half ironman clydesdale section in December!



  • yeah Hooroo, that will get the waist line shrinking again too.



  • Steering clear of sugar is the main one in my opinion. Luckily I'm not really into Donuts, Cakes, muffins and things like that. I do have a weakness for the amber liquid as the pisshead thread will inidicate and if there is a bag of lollies around I'll happily demolish them ( but if they're not there I won't bother, simple really ! ) Also stay away from stuff that is "99% fat free" as often it will be FULL of those evil carbs.......

    Steering clear of them ( the old Atkins theory ) seems reasonably sound to some extent as well, afterall our ancestors from thousands of years ago survived on meat and greens, the ease, convenience and relative cheapness of fastfoods has meant mankind ( and who would've guessed NZ is the third fattest developed nation ? ) has suffered in the long run. French fries may taste great but shit they're bad for you ! ( especially the really slim ones ) as Bartman said it is breaking habits that is the trick. I'd say most ferners don't burn it off as easily as they did 10 years ago and have to take a bit more care of themselves nowadays.


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