The Ultimate Reset is one of the hardest things I’ve done. Basically, you put yourself though “withdrawal” much like a drug addicted person would. Only, you DECIDE purposely to do this (and in my case, with my family). You decide it because you have finally figured out that your health, your functioning, and your life needs to be at its peak level.
Why? It makes you a better parent, better spouse or significant other (or opens you up to this possibility), better worker, friend, sibling, member of the community, boss, employee, athlete. Breaking free of the unclean cycle of eating and drinking is life-changing. Mind altering. I’m not kidding.
The Ultimate Reset creators takes a holistic approach, provides exact guidance on what to eat, when to it, and how much to eat (no room for error or guess work). The UR enables you to address stress—even if you think you’ve got it all under control. UR helps you focus on your breathing, sleep, relationships, how you handle situations, how you react to the world, and physical activities.
Doubters will condemn, “I’m not taking a bunch of powders and pills, that’s nonsense.” Nay Sayers will refute, “There is nothing wrong with me, I feel fine,” People who spend tons on money on fast food will justify, “I can’t afford it.” But, just how much are you spending in prescription drug care per month? Or, how much will you end up spending at the pharmacy for allergy medicines, Tylenol or Advil, migraine meds, eczema creams, eye drops, nose sprays, and other stuff?
The UR is much more than an expensive “diet.” The Ultimate Reset is an experiential lesson in self-care, cooking, slowing down and being present. If you commit, if you find it in your budget to purchase (no joke, its expensive—but most likely the best money you will ever spend because it changes you), and if you follow the program, you will be a different person at the end of the journey.
I am starting the Ultimate Reset on January 5, 2013. Would be honored if you join me in the journey.