an apple as optionally suggested and that helped a lot! I have had issues with hypoglycemia (which is low blood sugar) in the past so I recognized the symptoms right away.
Mid-morning, I had a serving of Ionix Supreme and 2 Isagenix snacks just before heading into a birthday party for one of my son’s friends. Here I sipped a peppermint tea (which I drink clear as with all my tea – I am not a milk drinker). It was not difficult to turn down the fruit and veggie snacks or carrot cake that was offered. I just mentioned that I was
Early afternoon, I had a couple more Isagenix snacks.
Mid-afternoon was another serving of deep cleanse.
At dinner time I had 2 Isagenix snacks with some more Ionix Supreme while my son had a nice roasted chicken, roasted potato, and roasted carrot dinner. It wasn’t as hard as I thought it would be watching him eat!
My husband was at hockey at dinner time so I got to watch him eat his chicken, carrot, and potato dinner while I had my last deep cleanse of the day. Again, it didn’t bother me as much as I thought.
So, as is usual with me, the most challenging part of the day was mid-morning to mid-afternoon. This is when I usually eat my lunch when I am at work so my body is used to having its biggest meal of the day then. I found this to be comparable to other cleanses that I have done, although I did find that I had more energy and didn’t feel as crappy as I have on other cleanses.
I did not do the evening trampoline and 5 km walk as it is not recommended to exercise much on cleanse days. I figured that the Yoga I did in the morning was sufficient.
I went to bed at my normal time, but could not sleep. I was wired! I took some melatonin and eventually fell asleep around 11:30. I had a great sleep regardless of the shortened amount of time and even felt fairly rested in the morning despite the mere 6 hours! Perhaps I should have done that walk after all!
Tomorrow is the last cleanse day for this week and I have been told that it is a lot easier than the first day.