What to Expect on the RESET Food Plan
The first 3 days you may feel tired as your body switches from carbohydrate dependency to efficiently burning fat as fuel (this is not about weight loss but rather balancing blood sugars). This switch should be complete by day 4 unless you've cheated (eating foods off the plan) which will delay your body from making the switch.
Generally, the harder this food plan is the greater the internal dysfunction and the more you need it.
You may notice increased thirst and urination initially as you start to flush some of the swelling and bloat that you are now releasing. This also represents the initial stage of weight loss (if that is a goal). Although it is water weight it still counts. Less swelling means less inflammation.
Keep healthy food snacks with you at all times and keep your water intake up and you should be fine. Keep in mind, this food plan is not starving you as it does not limit quantity or frequency of eating.
By the end of week one, you should be fat burning. You will likely notice increased concentration, energy levels, and much improved sleep (you need to be fat burning at night to sleep well and now you are). Be careful with alcohol consumption as your body will be clean and one drink may feel like two.
This food plan has different phases. Each phase (until the maintenance phase IV) is a little tougher. However, after each time your body adjusts you will notice great improvements in how you feel. Constant feedback to the Cassone Wellness team is important in the event your Rx needs to be modified.
You may notice your clothes fitting different. This means your body composition is changing (fat to muscle ratio). Keep in mind, if you gain a very small amount of muscle but lose a much greater amount of fat, the scale will not change.