Hey sugars! Hope you’ve had a fantastic week?
As you know I have been trying to achieve my celebrity beach body for a while now, unfortunately my consistency is shambolic! Hopefully I get the four pack I am after!
We are constantly reading in magazines about all these fad diets celebrities have done and apparently achieved unbelievable results, as well as all the crazy treatments they have, to get their so called flawless skin… the question is DO THEY ACTUALLY WORK? I’m going to be putting a lot of these diets and treatments to the test!
Here I am, a normal girl from South London, let’s see if we can transforms me!
Nosh Detox: The ABC Plan
So what is the Nosh ABC Plan?
The ABC Plan is split into two parts on a weekly basis. Designed to help your body rehydrate and eliminate toxins during the first three days, Nosh provides you with a liquid diet until 4pm, followed by a balanced meal in the evening. To help heal and rejuvenate essential parts of the body over the last three days, a raw food diet is provided until 4pm, followed by a balanced meal in the evening. All specially and freshly prepared nutritional meals, snacks and juices are conveniently delivered to your door every night.
The NOSH ABC Plan Helps With:
• Gut balancing, colitis and digestive problems including IBS
• Boosting fertility
• Pre and post pregnancy health symptoms including convalescing
• Natural weight loss
• Improving general health and well-being
As always the Nosh team, deliver the goods in nice packaging!! Food is delivered every night or you can have 3 days delivered at a time.
Don’t worry if you don’t like a particular food, when you sign up, you will need to fill in a 2 minute form; it is on this form you state what you like and don’t like, as well as if you have any allergies.
The Nosh ABC Plan is very easy to follow, each day comes with a leaflet outlining what you should eat. If like myself, you decide to have your food delivered in bulk, there is no harm is changing meals around, like having Wednesdays dinner on Tuesday or Mondays lunch on Wednesday; as long as you stick to the order and you don’t skip any meals.
In comparison to the Juice Fast, this plan doesn’t have a timetable, so it is left up to you to decided how you split your meals up. There were 5 meals a day so I decided to start each day at 8am and have my last meal a 8pm. I then divided 12 hours by 5 meals giving me 2.4 hours… so roughly every 2 1/2 hours I ate.
I’m not entirely sure why it is called a 7 day programme, because food is supplied for just 6 days.
What I liked about the plan:
The ABC programme is much easier than the Juice Fast, because you have solids to look forward to! I loved this about it, it didn’t feel like I was torturing myself… I also liked the daily encouraging emails I received (they were however exactly the same as the one’s I received when I done the Juice Fast).
What I hated about the plan:
There wasn’t much to hate, the morning smoothies were nice, the food was prepared well and mostly enjoyable. I think out of the whole week there was only one breakfast meal which I couldn’t eat because it tasted like I was just eating a bowl of rubber balls.
I didn’t like the fact that I had to create my own timetable for when to eat.
Did it give me what was promised?
The plan doesn’t really promise weight loss, it is more about cleansing from the inside out, I did manage to shed 4lbs though. If I’m honest, I can not say I noticed a difference in my well being as the work is more internal than external. It did help me to see that the large portion sizes I usually eat is unnecessary and I have been over eating!
Would I recommend it?
I would recommend this plan as a kick start to a longer diet. It is an easy way to break your body into eating less, without starving yourself. Personally I think in order to see and feel the real benefits of this programme, it needs to be done for longer than 7days. I would suggest the 14 day plan or longer.
I think I preferred the Juice Fast because I was able to see quick and clear results!
Smooches, love and fabric sugars xxx