3-Day Juice Cleanse

Do you feel sluggish and exhausted all of the time lately?  

Are you having more breakouts than usual, and your face looks like a road map?

Having trouble with bloating and other digestive issues?

If you answered "yes" to one or all of these, then your name must be Jayme Williams. Hahaha!

Just kidding.  But no, seriously.  I am experiencing every single one of these issues right now, and it's no bueno!  

Soooo, I've decided to do another 3-Day Juice Cleanse to help reset my digestive tract and flush out all of those nasty toxins!  During these three days, my only intake with be cold-pressed, raw juices and plant-based protein shakes (to help preserve muscle mass).  

If you're interested in joining me during this cleanse, please contact me and I will email you my FREE Juice Cleanse Guide with recipes and tips on how to make the most out of your cleanse!  

Cheers, y'all! [Raises juice] 

Eating Clean While Eating Out

Most people think eating "clean" means eating the same old boring, flavorless food day after day.  That's not true at all! 

While I do try to food prep meals to eat on throughout the week (saving time and money, as well as helping me stick to my clean diet), we still choose to eat out once every two weeks or so.  Usually, we grab something off of a to-go menu (it's easier that way with el kiddo), but that doesn't mean I compromise my eating values!  

Here are a couple of tips to help you choose healthy options when you're grabbing a bite on the  go or dining in:

-Choose grilled, broiled, or baked whenever possible.

-Pick lean proteins, such as chicken or fish.  Not only will you be getting more protein for your buck (steaks such as ribeye are very fatty, but since you pay by the weight of the steak, you're paying for the protein AND the fat), but you'll also be getting the lean protein that is necessary in muscle-building.  

-Skip the starchy sides (such as fries, white rice, and pasta) and opt for vegetables or a complex carb like baked sweet potatoes or brown rice.  Nowadays, lots of restaurants are adding gluten-free options to their menus (such as Olive Garden's brown rice pasta).  If this option is available to you, snatch it up! 

-Watch those drink calories!  Sodas and sweet teas definitely don't fit into a clean diet, but mixed drinks can be just as bad.  If you're going to have an adult beverage, ask for something that is simple and that you can name all of the ingredients.  For instance, instead of a margarita (which is LOADED with sugar and preservatives), ask for a glass of fresh lime juice with a shot of tequila in it.  Then add a little agave syrup from your purse (what??? You don't carry agave syrup around with you?? Well, you should!) and you've got a yummy, tart, CLEAN margarita!  

-Avoid any "additives", such as butter (chances are they don't use the organic, pure butter), sauces that are loaded with junk (such as alfredo and teriyaki), and condiments that have absolutely NO nutritional value (yes, I am talking about ketchup and ranch!).  Instead, ask for them to prepare your meals using olive oil, salt, and pepper.  I promise, you won't miss all of the fatty, salt-laiden extras!

-Don't do dessert.  I know, I know...dessert can be a magical ending to a fabulous meal.  But chances are, it's going to leave you feeling guilty and stuffed like a tick!  So, just say "no"!  If you're still hungry when you get home, munch on a Luna bar or a spoonful of peanut butter instead!

So, there you have it!  Those tips should be able to get you through any meal at any restaurant!  If you'd like me to help you pick a clean, healthy meal at a specific restaurant, please comment below or contact me through the contact page.  I'm sure we can find something to keep you on track!