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03 Oct 2013

5 things that happened after the Dr. Oz Cleanse

You know sometimes you get to that point. Your jeans go up a size every time you buy a new pair. You start feeling tired more often than you want to, and your doctor insists that you start to exercise.

Thats what happened to me about 6 months ago, and I got coerced (by the wife) to do the Dr. Oz 3 Day Cleanse.

It wasn’t easy! The first day, I felt OK, but I was hungry, and peed a lot. The second day felt like I hadn’t slept properly, my head started hurting and I peed… a lot. On the last day I felt OK, better than the two previous days, which was surprising to me. Still peed a lot.

So I thought the day after completing the cleanse I would have binged on some crappy food. Instead now 17 pounds lighter, without any real exercise plan, my eating habits changed, and some other positives popped up.

  1. Cravings for sugar decreased, but regretfully not for desserts, which I probably have about twice per week, down from daily. 

  2. My appetite for condensed milk and milk products diminished. Now I only have the occasional sip of a strawberry milkshake or ice cream at special occasions. And very rarely.

  3. My appetite for starchy food (bread, pasta, rice, etc) dropped to the point where we actually stopped buying bread, because we were just wasting it. (still buy the desserts).

  4. Blood pressure dropped. Significantly. I’m hypertensive so I would say about 10%, made me go under the normal radar. I could feel the change in my system.

  5. I found myself still making the Dr. Oz shakes and I drink them at least 2 times weekly to replace a meal. There’s 3 of them, a red/breakfast, green/lunch and blue/dinner one. The dinner one was the best tasting one, so we normally make that one more than the rest.

It’s been 6 months now since doing the cleanse, and I find that having a salad and meat is good enough for me most times. Popeye’s is still a dangerous place, especially on Tuesdays for the special.

Not sure if this is related to the cleanse, but 6 weeks ago, I gave up coffee after being addicted for over 26 years. I dont like being addicted to anything, and in the process saved a lot of money and trips to Starbucks. My teeth are hopefully heading for white right now.

Not sure you will get the exact results I got, but I highly recommend you try it, if just to reset your body’s system.

Click here http://www.doctoroz.com/videos/dr-ozs-3-day-detox-cleanse-one-sheet

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