Healthy Weight Loss Diet

I thought you might be interested in my latest health research: a sustainable weight-loss diet.

I’ve gotten so many requests for what to eat after the Master Cleanse to maintain that great feeling of energy and happiness that I decided to research one.

I want to say at the beginning that this is working great for me, but since everybody’s body is different, it might not work for you.

For the last month, I’ve been on a vegan diet of no:

  • Meat
  • Dairy
  • Sugar
  • Wheat
  • Corn
  • Artificial sweeteners, flavors, preservatives or colors
  • Eating between meals
  • Eating after dinner

I’ve lost about a half pound a day (15 pounds in 30 days).

What do I eat?

Breakfast: oatmeal or granola with fresh fruit, nuts, coconut oil, maple syrup and ground chia seeds

Alternate breakfast: fresh fruit and nuts or green smoothies

Lunch: rice and beans or cans of organic vegetarian chili! Yum! And they’re great if you put them on top of fresh organic greens. The greens become sort of a wilted salad.

Alternate lunches: salads, Indian vegetarian meals

Dinner: Homemade lentil soup with veggies. salad, green olives with pimentos and marinated artichokes (Just read the labels to be sure they don’t have sugar or artificial stuff.)

Alternate dinner: stir fry veggies with rice

Where to buy your chia? If they aren’t in your local health food store, try Amazon.


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LindaMC April 1, 2013 at 11:33 pm

This was very helpful. Thank you so much. I too have wondered what an appropriate diet would look like after the cleanse.

Would this be appropriate for someone with a history of constipation? This is the reason that I am restarting with the cleanse. I am trying to correct this life long problem.


Peter Glickman October 17, 2013 at 6:06 pm

Yes, it would be appropriate for people with sluggish bowels. Especially good are green smoothies, diatomaceous earth, magnesium and vitamin C.


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