I’ve bought the RESET, now what?
What to have on hand during your week of RESET:
- A large container that can hold and measure your water
- A shaker cup for your shakes
- Plenty of low glycemic fruits and vegetables
- Olive oil spray or spritzer
- McCormick Grinders
- Garlic and Sea Salt
- Italian seasoning
- Sea Salt
Breakfast: Nutrimeal shake
- To make in a blender, put 8 oz/1 cup of water in blender pitcher, add three scoops of Nutrimeal, add 10 to 12 oz of ice and blend well. You can add your fruit to the Nutrimeal too, especially if you’re looking to add more calories than the RESET program provides. Berries that go a long way are: 2 strawberries, 2 blackberries, 3 raspberries, 4 blueberries. A half a banana also goes a long way and does not raise the glycemic index too much.
- **Most people who are unhappy with the shakes, aren’t making them as directed. Shakes should never be runny, or clumpy. If this is the case, contact me so I can walk you through it.
Mid-morning snack: USANA snack bar
**If you feel the Oatmeal Raisin bars are too dense, try microwaving them for 8-10 seconds. It makes them warm like a cookie.
Lunch: Nutrimeal shake and possibly some fruit or extra veggies
Mid-afternoon snack: USANA snack bar
Dinner: Nutrimeal shake and veggies
- Tips for preparing a veggie meal: Cut up a bunch of fresh veggies and roast them. Fresh, snapped green beans, carrots, onions, bell peppers, asparagus, eggplant, zucchini all roast up very nicely. Spritz with olive oil and sprinkle with sea salt or seasoning. Cook at 400 for up to an hour. Watch carefully. Zucchini cooks much faster than carrots for instance.
- Another nice snack is Kale Chips: Cut Kale off of the stalk, wash and dry thoroughly. Break into small pieces and place on cookie sheet on parchment paper. Spritz with olive olive and sprinkle with sea salt. Cook at 350 for 10-15 minutes. Watch for the edges to turn slightly brown.
Other notes: If you are feeling light headed at all during the day, eat a low glycemic snack. Have extra fruit, veggies or a little lean protein to keep your blood sugar balanced. Remember the goal is not to starve yourself, but to keep blood sugars at an even level.