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What to Eat After the Ultimate Reset

This post was last updated on Aug 16, 2018 @ 12:29 am
What to Eat After the Ultimate Reset Cleanse |

What to Eat After the Ultimate Reset Cleanse |

What to Eat After the Ultimate Reset

Monica and I finished our first round of the Ultimate Reseta little less than three weeks ago. I wanted to update everyone about what I’ve been doing since and give some direction on what to eat after the Ultimate Reset.

My plan after completing the Ultimate Reset Cleanse was to limit my consumption of animal products (fish, chicken, meat, eggs, etc.) to three days a week and eat vegetarian the other days. So far, I’ve done pretty well with this, although it’s more like three days of vegetarian and four days being a carnivore.

Despite falling a bit short of my goal, I feel great. What this means is that every few days I have a day of pure vegetarianism. I’m also limiting my consumption of grains, so what it really means on these days is that I’m eating a ton of veggies. I know that is good for my body.

Here’s a very easy recipe that I enjoy on my vegetarian days. In fact, I’m having it for lunch today. It’s a sweet potato. That’s it. A single ingredient…one sweet potato. Next time you pick up something in a box or a bag, check how many ingredients are in it. My guess is there are more than one, unless it is a bag of carrots.

I peel it and quarter the sweet potato, spread a little coconut oil on the quartered pieces, and sprinkle it with salt and pepper. I bake it on a cookie sheet for about 40 minutes at 350 F degrees.

The average sweet potato has 180 calories, 0g of fat, 41g of low glycemic index carbs, and 4g of protein. The coconut oil adds 40 to 50 more calories and some healthy fat. Add a micro greens salad to this mix and you’ve got a super healthy vegan lunch.

I am also continuing to take some of the Ultimate Reset supplements. I take Alkalinize and Optimize daily, along with my Shakeology and Omega 3 supplements. I’m also continuing to keep my body very well hydrated. One of my favorite things about the Ultimate Reset was how it forced me to think about this. Continuing with some of the supplements helps keep me focused on that. Once a day—usually around 10:00 AM —I have my Alkalinize and Optimize and a big glass of water.

I’m really pleased with my Reset results. It has given me a different way to approach my nutrition and I’m much more dialed in on what to eat after the Ultimate Reset. It is so easy to get off track…the slightest divergence in course can lead you to miss your destination. The Reset is a great opportunity to take another look at that, then move forward back on the right track.

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Author: Dave

Father, retired attorney, cyclist (road & track), skier, surfer, recovered triathlete, half of a dynamic coaching team and co-founder of the Fit Club Network. Living my passion as an entrepreneur helping people achieve their fitness and financial goals.


  1. Robert Simoneaux

    Did the Ultimate Reset require you to drink more water than you were already drinking? Did it seem like allot more than your normal amount?

    1. Dave Ward

      It required me to drink the amount that I SHOULD have been drinking, but I had really fallen behind on my water intake. I didn’t realize how dehydrated my body was. Now I’m drinking at least 80oz per day, if not more. I’m also continuing to take the alkalinize supplement to keep the pH levels at that good slightly alkaline level. Come to think of it…it’s time for a big glass of water!!!

  2. Laura Elizabeth

    The hardest thing for me post reset is to keep up my water intake. I think taking the supplements helped keep me on track with this. Post-reset I didn’t order any additional supplements. Any tips on keeping up the water intake?

    1. Dave Ward

      I think you just need to be intentional about it. I try to make sure I have my 8 big glasses a day. When I’m hungry, the first thing I do is reach for some water. Half the time I’m actually thirsty.

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