Day 4 of my 29 day Cleanse

Recap of Day 3: I actually felt healed yesterday. Not to sound hoaxy, but I said that to my husband last night, that the heavy band of fog that laid over my eyes that makes me feel as though I might fall asleep standing up and utter complete inability to think was lifted. It was exciting to feel normal if only for a day. I will take whatever I can get. Another positive side note, my bloat has subsided completely, no 7pm "6 months pregnant" look. Let's hope both stick around for good! 

Day 4: Well it's 6am as I type and that non-tired thing isn't existing at this exact moment. But I am optimistic that I will feel good again today. After my 3 powerful reads I know for sure mind, body and spirit are all working together. Which reminds me...I have yet to jump on the trampoline yet. Goal for the day!

On the menu salsa wraps, let's see how that goes. 

Fact: Mangos, nicked named ‘the king of fruits’, has been considered a healing food for a very long time. Which makes me wonder why we don't eat our food based on their healing properties and less for that single moment of satisfaction. I believe we can be both (with the exception of aloe meat). According to Organic Facts "Similar to carrots, mangoes are rich in beta-carotene, a powerful carotenoid. This element of mango helps in to enhance the immune system of the body and make it impervious to bacteria and toxins. Excess beta-carotene is also transformed into vitamin A inside the body. Vitamin A is another antioxidant vitamin and gives you additional protection against the free radicals that can harm your internal systems. Thus, mangoes are great choice for food items to add into your regular diet. They not only increase your chances of living a disease-free life, but is also a pleasure to eat due to its magnificent taste." Not to mention it aides in digestion, helps control blood pressure, anemia, etc...