What happens on the Transition Day?
Welcome to the first day of your experience. Important metabolic and hormonal changes are starting but in the first hours your main fuel remains glucose since you mobilize the glycogen reserves of liver and muscles.
You might pee a lot, feel a bit out of tune since your inner clock is switching to the reduced food intake. You don’t have yet ketones in urine.
Little pangs of hunger or temptation might happen, a little headache reminds you that you drank too much coffee or have overworked your nervous system and eaten the wrong things: stay relaxed – it will disappear.
After waking up look at the (blue) sky, greet the new day while the production of melatonin stops and melanopsin, the wake up hormone, takes over. Do light stretching exercises.
Your daily morning routine for the questionnaire: Measure ketosis in the first morning urine, weigh yourself, measure abdominal circumference. In case you have a device, measure your blood pressure.
A light breakfast
Start the day with a 150 g organic Yoghurt (1,5% fat), add 10 g Oil (1 tbsp) and and consciously enjoy the package of Cashew nuts. We recommend to drink the Fasting Minerals 30 min before the breakfast.
Warm morning reflection
Practice some kind of meditation and give energy to the goals that you have set for your reset experience e.g rebalance or interrupt undesired behavioral patterns, diminish inflammation, lift your mood, prevent aging.
Drink enough water and herbal teas during the day (at least two litres). Make sure to drink two portions (2og) of Reset Soup Essence today or mix it into the soup to add salt. For one portion: add 1 tsp (10g) to 200 ml warm water and mix it to a clear bouillon.
Enjoy your transition day soup
At noon take a break to eat your Transition Day Soup Tomato + 10 g Oil (1 tbsp) in a calm environment and find a place to lie down afterwards even if it’s only 15 minutes (ideal 30 minutes). We recommend to drink the Fasting Minerals 30 min before the soup. Practice a power nap if needed afterwards.
Find enough time (ideally up to 90 minutes) to do exercise (outdoors if possible), such as walking in nature, climbing stairs, cycling to work etc. You can break up the time for this throughout the day.
Fill the questionnaire
Please don’t forget to answer today’s questions. You should need 5-10 min for that. Klick the button below.