Forever Clean 9 Challenge

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Forever Clean 9 Program

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What can you expect over the next 9 days?

You’ll look better and feel better and begin to eliminate stored toxins that may be keeping your from absorbing the maximum nutrients in your food. You’ll also begin to feel lighter and more energized as you prove you can take control of your appetite and see your body begin to change.

Lose weight and feel energized with our CLEAN 9 program. Clean 9 is being used by many Celebrities and Sports Professionals.

How Clean 9 Works?

Forever Living’s Clean 9 is creating a wave of success for kickstarting health and weight loss that everyone is asking about it.

From pop stars such as Posh Becks recommending the Aloe Vera diet to celebrities and top sports stars – this has just increased people’s interest and as a re

sult the number of questions they are asking.

So, to answer all those Forever Clean 9 questions in one place – here is our best attempt to provide the answers (and if we’ve missed one, please let us know in the comments below).

These are based on both official Forever Living training and our own experience, both as distributors with Forever Living and also people who use and love these products.

Your Clean 9 pak includes:

Aloe Vera Gel® – 2X – 1 liter bottles
Forever Lite Ultra Shake® – 1 pouch Vanilla
Forever Therm™ – 18 tablets
Forever Fiber™ – 9 sticks
Forever Garcinia Plus® – 54 softgels

Daily Plan

Day 1
Expecting to spend a lot of time feeling hungry, I tried to cut back on carbs and over-indulging a few days before starting. It was quite a good way to get into the right mindset, and good to know that I could get through the afternoons without my coffee and chocolate!  My top tip for day one is to keep distracted. It wasn’t as hard as I thought, but it did take four hours of spring cleaning and a very early night to keep temptation at bay. I found the aloe gel doable – an odd texture but not totally stomach turning. It was tricky but it’s a case of getting yourself into a routine – the first day seems like a lot to remember but it sinks in eventually.

Day 2
Day two was the main ‘hungry’ (very hungry) day. The afternoons and evenings when housemates are cooking up something tasty seemed impossible, but picking on asparagus and spinach from the free foods list really helped. I found myself really looking forward to the shakes, and opted to make them with almond milk. I decided heating it up with the chocolate Forever Lite Ultra was just like having a hot chocolate – or close enough!

Day 3
I had very little energy in the morning of day three, and felt dizzy and queasy. I imagine it was the lack of solid foods. Once the hot chocolate shake went down though I was right as rain and didn’t spend any more time dreaming about afternoon treats. This was the first night I was allowed to eat a proper meal – Jamie Oliver’s Dan Dan Noodles at only 430 calories and absolutely delicious!

Days 4–7 
These days were all fairly similar – some cravings making you wonder why you’ve decided this was a good idea – but generally doable and enjoyable. I’m not one for counting calories every second, or letting it rule my life, but in terms of giving yourself a boost of confidence and realising double portions aren’t vital this was great. I had a surprising amount of energy all day and did not get the afternoon dip I normally do.

Days 8 and 9
Ok, time to be really honest, these two days were tough. It was the weekend, and I am definitely a weekend binge eater! I managed the days quite well but lie-ins, visits from family and weekend errands did throw me off my routine. I still managed it though, and although the evening meals were slightly more extravagant, I contained myself a lot more than I thought I could.[/et_pb_text][/et_pb_column][/et_pb_row][/et_pb_section]