Spring and autumn are times to reset the body and mind by doing some type of cleanse. This post is about a specific program from www.rebootwithjoe.com developed by Joe Cross (he made the documentary Fat Sick & Nearly Dead). I heard about it from Rajen P. and he has generously shared the information. We have seen how visibly this program has worked. But that does not mean that it is for everyone. As always, please consult your doctor before undertaking a specific diet.
Reboot offers several programs ranging from 3 to 15 days. There is a shopping list for the ingredients, recipes, and a guide to choosing the right juicer. The site also has numerous recipes on soups, salads, smoothies, and main courses. The food is all plant-based–so it is vegan and gluten-free (from what I have seen so far!)
Another good resource from Rajen is Forks Over Knives–a documentary and also a website with tons of recipes.
Some readers may want to review previous blog posts on fall and spring cleaning–these include the digestive and respiratory systems as well as the mind. Here is a link to one:
Guided meditations act as mental diets to nourish and clean the mind. They complement the food diets. There are several free audio tracks on www.mahasriyoga.com/pranayama and www.mahasriyoga.com/meditation/index.html (for Yoga Nidra and Trataka).