Eating clean is about the quality of the food. When you omit foods that are refined, processed and basically toxic to the body, you will start feeling the withdrawal from cravings and the wanting of these foods. That will change as you keep going.
When we hear of eating clean and detoxing we think of it as something extreme, something intense, something that is going on for some time and then it is over. Well for some, or for even many, that is indeed what cleaning up and detoxing is all about, but that is not the healthy way of doing it. Our bodies (and us) don't like an overhaul (even if we think that is what we long for). Change is a process.
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I met Jeanette in 2005 and to say that she changed my life is an understatement. More important is the education and information she provides from her practice and programs—they keep me in touch with my body and enable me to take charge of my health and well-being.
Over the years Jeanette’s programs have remained current and continue to grow in many directions. I particularly look forward to meeting with her for my annual detox. This is as important as the medical check-up with my primary care physician. I always learn new things about my body and acquire new tools for nutrition and healthy eating. Her webinars are not only inspirational—they are packed with content equal to a personal consult. No matter the vehicle, Jeanette’s approach always speaks to the individual client and her/his needs.
As I turn 75, Jeanette’s guidance and knowledge continue to plays a major role in maintaining my excellent health. With her help I know I can continue to nourish and care for my body through healthy food sources versus prescription drugs. The fact that I have not had any illness or even a common cold since working with her confirms me in my view that the Path For Life Program is working and sustainable and that I’m fortunate to know and work with Jeanette.