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[Health Product Review] Expressions Detox Health Kit

Being skinny is never happen in my life ever, perhaps is only happen during my pre-puberty. Started to keep on growing during teenager until i have a whooping weight 60kg plus. Back then i feel so ashamed about myself then journey of never ending diet started. Well until now i can say i have go thru very hard time maintaining my weight. 
3 years ago my weight drop into the lowest 50kg, but that wasn’t the end. Few year later it started to come back especially when i always going for my trip. A trip back to my hometown or any other part of my country made it worst, i was so greedy on eating. My goal is to try new foods at town and of course had all my favourite foods as much as possible. I tell you what! Indonesian foods are very tasty and fatty. Worst! I love a lot of fried stuff.. 
My weight before holiday is 54kg on scale, after holiday is 56kg.
Was disappointed and depress why i need to struggle with my weight again. Then i tried to brave myself to embrace the healthy eating again. Somehow i can be very health conscious. I always try to like healthy stuff, but sometimes ended back to those unhealthy habit (pardon, couldn’t resist myself!). Well at least i am still supporting healthy living.

First trial is Detox Health Kit from Expressions. So i started my detox journey a week ago. At first my consultant said it’s only for 3 days. I quickly said ok, when I was strongly discouraged from consuming and have to consume 4 litre water daily for 3 days consecutively.
Visited their branch at Orchard. On Expressions Wellness Clinique, they took down my weight, BMI, body fat, muscular fat, VFA Level, and my body age. 
Well actually everything is still ok, except the body fat percentage which is pretty high. T.T oh my, was wondering where are those fats coming from. 
So the next day, i started the detox. I had salad and fruits for 3days. After 3 days detox, i feel my body feel lighter. Somehow, the detox concoction made from maple syrup from Detox Kit mixed with 2 lemons and 1.5lt water gave me energy, i don’t feel hungry at all. 
Was having Wheat Bran & Psyllium as well as Formula C and Formula D as part of detox kit.

Maple syrup is actually so yummy!

Those pills: Wheat Bran & Psyllium, Formula C and Formula D.

On 4th i prefer something light, only had yogurt and porridge. Came to Expressions Wellness Clinique to see how is the detox progress. And the result not that significant, perhaps because i still eat protein (i was having chicken on my salad), so the consultant said by right i should avoid it and had more veggies and fruits. 
She also told me result might be varies, depend on customer body metabolism. Then the consultant suggested me to do another 3 days detox. Again, i was having salad and fruits, 1.5lt distilled mixed with lemon and pure maple syrup from detox kit, and another 2.5ltr warm water for my daily consumptions for 3days.
After my second 3days detox, on the 4th day again i made a visit to Expressions Wellness Clinique to check my weight, body fat, etc, finally the result was pretty significant, as you can see from the comparison table. My weight reduced, body fat and VFA reduced, in fact my body muscle increased (even tho i never done any exercise, too weak to do any). And my body age much younger than my real age, yay! 
So that was my total 6days detox journey. I feel that eating right and being healthy is the continuous journey whole life not only for certain period. So after this detox progress i should still maintain by not over-eating, eat more clean and of course exercise plays a big part too. 🙂

Further info about Detox Health Kit:

So here is a guide on what to eat during detox process.

Foods to Include
  • Dairy substitutes: Rice and nut milks such as almond milk and coconut milk
  • Non-gluten grains: brown rice, millet, amaranth, teff, tapioca, buckwheat, potato flour, quinoa, gluten-free oats
  • Fruits and vegetables: unsweetened fresh or frozen whole fruits, water-packed canned fruits, diluted fruit juices and raw steamed, sauteed, juiced, or roasted vegetables
  • Animal protein: fresh or water-packed fish, wild game, lamb, duck, organic chicken, and turkey
  • Vegetable protein: split peas, lentils, and legumes
  • Nuts and seeds: walnuts; sesame, pumpkin, and sunflower seeds; hazelnuts; pecans; almonds; cashews; nut butters such as almond or tahini
  • Oils: cold-pressed olive, flax, safflower, sesame, almond, sunflower, walnut, canola, and pumpkin
  • Drinks: filtered or distilled water, decaffeinated herbal teas, seltzer or mineral water
  • Sweeteners: brown rice syrup, agave nectar, stevia, fruit sweetener, and blackstrap molasses
  • Condiments: vinegar; all spices, including salt, pepper, basil, carob, cinnamon, cumin, dill, garlic, ginger, mustard, oregano, parsley, rosemary, tarragon, thyme, and turmeric
Foods to Exclude
  • Dairy and eggs: all
  • Butter and mayonnaise: all
  • Grains: wheat, corn, barley, spelt, kamut, rye, triticale, most oats (oats are usually contaminated with gluten unless you can find a gluten-free brand)
  • Fruits and vegetables: oranges, orange juice, corn, creamed vegetables
  • Animal protein: pork, beef, veal, sausage, cold cuts, canned meats, frankfurters, shellfish
  • Vegetable protein: soybean products (soy sauce, soybean oil in processed foods, tempeh, tofu, soy milk, soy yogurt, textured vegetable protein)
  • Nuts and seeds: peanuts and peanut butter
  • Oils: shortening, processed oils, salad dressings, and spreads
  • Drinks: alcohol, caffeinated beverages, and soft drinks
  • Sweeteners: white and brown refined sugars, honey, maple syrup, high-fructose corn syrup, and evaporated cane juice
  • Condiments: chocolate, ketchup, relish, chutney, barbecue sauce, teriyaki
Things to Watch For:
  • Corn starch is often present in baking powder, beverages, and processed foods.
  • Vinegar in ketchup, mayonnaise, and some mustard usually comes from wheat or corn. 
  • Breads advertised as gluten-free still might contain coats, spelt, kamut, or rye.
  • Many amaranth and millet flake cereals contain oat or corn.
  • Many canned tunas contain textured vegetable protein, which is from soy; look for low-salt versions, which tend to be pure tuna, with no fillers.
  • Multi-grain rice cakes are not just rice. Be sure to purchase plain rice cakes.
– Adapted from “Clean: The Revolutionary Program to Restore the Body’s Natural Ability to Heal Itself” (HarperOne; 2009) by Alejandro Junger, M.D –

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