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  1. Jacquelyn Phelps says:

    I just love these videos. They are so helpful. I know both of you ladies have stated that you aren’t “militant Paleo.” And that’s ok, but I must tell you this. After one month on the sugar detox Paleo plan, I lost weight and NEVER FELT BETTER. I have suffered from endometriosis leading to hysterectomy, Hashimoto’s disease, high blood pressure, lactose intolerance, non celiac gluten intolerance most of my adult life. I’ve been overweight in probably the last 15 years since my thyroid stopped working and was recently diagnosed with lumbar spinal stenosis and severe arthritis. I have never had a good relationship with food. My father and sister threw up their food to control weight. My mother starved herself and binged, and so did I. I have been searching for a solution to all this craziness for 15 years. My friend asked me to go on the sugar detox Paleo plan for 30 days. At the time, I was almost there with my meal plans anyway bc of the food intolerances. So, I agreed. I have more energy, and within 4 days of this plan, the chronic pain in my spine and right hip completely vanished. I think it might be the solution my body has needed. I know it’s strict, and my doctor is not thrilled about this food plan. But, it might be what I need to heal my gut and my body. AND if I have to remain on it for the rest of my life, well so be it. Thank you so much for what you do! P.S. I joined your 21 detox sugar plan to get more information about how to maintain this lifestyle.

    • I’m SO glad we’ve helped you and you made healthy changes for yourself, Jacquelyn!! I’ll say this, Liz and I used to be much more strict about it all earlier on. And there’s value in that for sure! Over time, however, the goal is to stay the course of eating healthy foods to fuel yourself, but also to find the best of what works for you personally aside from those “rules,” ya know? Once your body is healthier, you typically don’t need to be so strict 100% of the time, and that’s a good thing – but do what’s working for you and keep rocking it!!

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