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7-day Spring Fling
May 16 - May 22$45.00
Spring forward like a nutritional warrior with me.
Start your Spring Fling today.
Register via payment here. (or reach out for other payment options.)
What is the 7-day Spring Fling?
The 7-day Spring Fling is seven days of nutrient dense foods to boost our immunity, release winter drag and combat sugar consumption.
Out of all the things we ingest, sugar is the one that can do the most damage. Aside from diabetes, heart issues, tooth decay, saggy skin and decreased brain function, energy and immunity, studies have even shown that cancer likes to feed off the sugar in our bodies.
What foods will I eat?
Glorious, nutritious, delicious Monique food! Seriously, we aren’t depriving ourselves here. It’s all about whole, natural food. Let’s eat! #beinghealthyisfinallydelicious
Is there a guide?
Absolutely. You’ll receive a guidebook, recipes and a base shopping list. Plus access to a private Facebook page (not required) with extra daily motivation. Monique will be with you every step of the way.
What happens when I stop eating sugar?
Removing any substance from your body could cause a few feelings in the first couple of days. We are all very individual, so it’s touch to calculate how you might feel. Think of it this way, headaches or a little crankiness could be signs that you were enjoy sugar too much and it’s great knowledge to build on.
Save your spot now. Register via payment here. (or reach out for other payment options.)
The sooner you sign up, the sooner you start receiving tips to reduce sugar prior to start of the 7-day Spring Fling.
Do I have to give up coffee?
Not if you don’t want to. But if you decide to drink coffee, I’m going to share a few tricks to help slow the absorption of the caffeine.
Is this a detox?
No, certainly not in the traditional sense. Instead, we are focused on eating whole foods for one week. That’s it. Super simple.