Conscious Nutrition Jump Start Archive

Thanks and congratulations to everyone for participating in the Conscious Nutrition Jump Start Program. Here’s the archive of our first day. Please use the comments below to ask any questions or share your observations with the group.

You made it! Thanks to all, we hope you enjoyed this journey and learned something about nutrition and yourself. Please take a minute to fill out our survey and let us know how we did and what we can improve. Thanks!

Day One (37:17)

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Day Two (20:21)

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Day Three (25:25)

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Day Four (22:25)

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Day Five (26:10)

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4 Comments

  1. In case I can’t make the call in… Prior to the Jump Start I was struggling with indigestion routinely.. I had stopped using things like Prilosec and switched to digestive enzymes and probiotics but to no avail. Since doing the Jump Start, I have not had the problem… Do you think it might be night shade foods or ?????? something else? Just looking for your opinion on coping with this trouble..

    This is a wonderful experience.. Sharon

    1. Heather

      So glad Sharon. It could be many variables, that is why we follow such a fun and clean schedule for a few days. Knowing what feeling good feels like is so important. Try bringing in foods one at a time and monitoring your heart burn.

  2. Here’s my Curry recipe/concoction…

    * Veggies – (I like to use brussels sprouts (washed & prepared), shitaki mushrooms, beets, broccoli, carrots, and zucchini/squashes)
    * 1/2 can Coconut Milk
    * Fresh minced/cut Garlic clove – powder if you do not have fresh
    * Fresh Ginger – ground if no fresh
    * Seasonings – today I used turmeric, cayanne, black pepper, dash of cinnamon and nutmeg)
    * Quinoa or lentils or colored rice – I used red this week, and it’s really good
    * Spiced cooked chicken sausage – only add if you are not going to eat with quinoa or rice

    * Pour in 1/2 can of coconut milk into pot and add washed and prepared brussels sprouts (if you want to add). – This is one of my favorite ways to cook and eat my brussels! 🙂 ** Also add the spiced chicken sausage at this time if you are eating without starch, for it adds flavor… yumm!
    * on medium heat
    * add cut or minced garlic and grated ginger – or powders if no fresh (and black pepper if you’d like)
    * bring to boil
    * reduce heat and add shitakis, seasonings ( sorry I do not measure when it comes to seasoning, I just add till it tastes good ;), beets, and rest of veggies (if you liked them more cooked)
    * let simmer for a few minutes then add veggies you prefer more raw and quinoa or rice and simmer for a few more minutes. Add water if you feel like it needs it… sometimes mine does. I also add more seasoning at the end if I feel like it needs it.
    * If low fat coconut milk is used add some coconut, or oil of choice for the fat, or add some seeds.
    * Play around with it until you find your own grove on making it

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