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But I love cheese and croissants!
If you are totally new to detoxing, it can be really daunting to take everything away – including grains, animal products, alcohol, coffee. You may ask yourself: “What is left? What can I enjoy now?”.
I remember those exact thoughts when I started out. I felt defeated. Almond croissants and cheese were my thing! To put things into perspective, I was not born a fruit or sprout lover. But I was open, desperate and willing to learn.
What Needs to Go First
The first things that really need to go are all animal products. Dairy is the most mucus forming of all – so make that your main aim. Next on the mucus forming list are grains with the exception of a little quinoa, teff, millet and spelt. You can transition to having these on occasion until you feel that they aren’t needed anymore. See our ‘Recipe’ section for some great transition recipes.
Beans and legumes are rather heavy, but of course, if you are coming off meat and dairy then they are a good transitional food. As you’ll notice, more often than not it’s the texture and heaviness that we crave because we tend to be so uncomfortable with lightness. Know that and simply go slow. If a former cheese, croissant and coffee lover can do it, so can you!
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