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Frequently Asked Questions: program details
Patient: I'm completely physically exhausted. Can I run a program?
Doctor: Yes. Recovering athletes with the help of this program shed weight and improve their performance. The program is not recommended to be conducted during intensive training before important competitions, but at any other time the training can be combined with the program. You only need to double or even triple the volume of liquid dishes. Eat more soups and mashed potatoes than juices, and make sure that your lunch includes foods that contain proteins and healthy fats such as avocados, coconut and some of the allowed cereals from the elimination diet.
Patient: I easily lose weight and now weigh a little less than the norm. What should I do?
Doctor: You can safely carry out the program. Weight is always dumped to a greater extent by those who need it, because the body tends to a balanced state. The lost kilograms you will restore, using more good fats, pure proteins and whole grains.
However, this will help you double the volume of liquid dishes during the program and eat the required portions of food every day. Include nuts in the light snacks.
Patient: I'm too busy to prepare drinks and mashed potatoes from the diet program. Can I still do the program without it?
Doctor: When the patient is too busy to prepare liquid dishes, I suggest an alternative. The complex includes powder mixtures and a set of additives containing all the enzymes, herbs and nutrients necessary for effective cleansing and recovery of the body, performed while you eat dishes included in the menu of the program or in a wider elimination diet. Having tried many products for many years, now I buy them from a manufacturer that has proven its absolute reliability. All products are made from natural ingredients and do not contain chemical additives.
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- How often should I feed my baby and do I need night breaks in feeding?
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