I'm a bit confused... The six evil ingredients we cannot eat are soy, gluten, dairy, sugar, alcohol, and artificial sweeteners.... Why then, are we restricted to way more than that? I didn't read all the articles to begin with, but as I've gone on, it's seriously misleading. It's giving me the impression that I can't have potatoes or corn too.... I ate taco shells last night made out of corn, and I had white potatoes in my beef stew the other night.... I'm just really confused right now and feel like this detox diet is misleading. If we are just cutting out the evil 6, then I should be able to eat popcorn and chips... Obviously, they are not what's best for you, but I'm just saying I SHOULD be able to eat them. And on the grocery approved list, it says brown rice. But I have a huge bag of white jasmine rice at home, which I am going to eat.
Can you eat this during the ignite phase? I've seen them in a few recipes... And are there different kinds? I see Ghiradelli's 100% cacao bars at the store all of the time. Is this allowed?
Does this mean we're allowed 10g a sugar per day? Or is that per meal? I'm asking because if I add fruits to my protein shake in the morning, I'm almost at 10g... Does that mean I can't eat fruit for the rest of the day? Or any other product that contains any sugar?
I was previously working out using hulu videos, and the commercials were always for daily burn... The link it gave me to try this out was dailyburn.com/hulu... for some reason that gave me the impression that I could watch the videos thru hulu once I subscribed. All I have is a pc and a wii hooked up to the internet, and I can watch hulu videos on my t.v. thru the wii. But since wii isn't an approved device for daily burn, I was hoping to still watch on my t.v. through hulu. Why why why isn't this an option! :(
So to answer my own question, I found soy, dairy, gluten, and nut free chocolate chips at the store and they have only 5g sugar per serving. So when that craving really hits and I can't resist, I just grab a tablespoon of these and I'm all set. Thank goodness for chocolate!
So can I add honey or some organic sugar to my smoothie as long as I don't go above 10 g? The protein powder tastes so chalky it made me gag! I need a way to gulp it down without tasting so much chalkiness
there isn't any gluten in white rice. I searched this question because I want to know the answer as well, but I KNOW there is no gluten in white rice. My ex had celiacs disease and he could eat it no problem