Detox Experience: Day 7 – Eating Out

The plan when I left the house this morning was to ride 45 miles. Well it turned out to be a 57 mile ride with a lot of wind. Overall I felt great with a number of high intensity pushes that made me realize how much my cycling has benefited from the Thrive90 Fitness Program (coming soon).

Due to the longer ride I wasn’t prepared for lunch and because of that I ended up taking the family to El Polo Loco. My recovery after the ride was spot on, but since there was no lunch plans I got a bit snippy when we were trying to decide where to eat. Of all the choices we have El Polo Loco isn’t to bad of a place to eat out. Realize that a meal out every once in awhile is OK. It’s when you eat out every day that problems will arise. Both physically and financially.

My energy and stamina on the bike has exceeded my expectation with the Supreme Cleanse Internal Cleansing Program. It will be interesting to see how I do trying to get up early this next week.

For the remainder of the Supreme Cleanse Internal Cleansing Program, I am going to update you on:

  • Daily workout and duration
  • Foods, meals and snacks that I have had during the day
  • What kind of beverages I drank and how much
  • Elimination patterns
  • Overall well-being

Each day I will be taking the Supreme Cleanse Internal Cleansing Program product 5 times per day. Each of these are 20-30 minutes before either a meal or snack. These consist of:

Breakfast Detox: 1 Tsp. Rejuve Powder – Took this before my ride
Snack #1 Detox: 30 drops Scudder’s Alternative & 30 drops Red Clover Supreme – This was taken as part of my after ride recovery smoothie
Lunch Detox: 60 drops Sweetish Bitters – Forgot to take it before lunch on our way out so I took it when I got home
Snack #2 Detox: 30 drops Scudder’s Alternative & 30 drops Red Clover Supreme – Regular time
Dinner Detox: 60 drops Sweetish Bitters – Regular time

Here’s the rundown for today:

Daily Workout

Sunday morning bike ride – 57 miles & 3140 calories burned

Today’s Menu

During Ride Nutrition:
2 Aussie Bites
7 Cashew Clusters
40 oz NUUN Active Hydration Tri-berry

After Ride Recovery:
6 Hammer Nutrition Endurolytes
Recovery Smoothie

2 Handfuls of almonds

Banana with peanut butter before my ride

Snack #1:
Not today.

El Pollo Loco – Nutrition Guide Calculator

  • Classic Grilled Chicken Burrito
  • BRC Burrito
  • 1 serving avocado salsa
  • 1/2 serving tortilla chips

Snack #2:
Bowl of Natures Path Pumpkin Flax Plus Granola Cereal with organic milk

4oz pan fried red snapper
1 serving organic brown ride
1 serving salad with olive oil & balsamic vinegar
1 serving baked sweet potato
1 serving polenta with pesto

Snack #3:
Handful of almonds (before podcasting)
Peanut butter & jelly sandwich 


Approx. 100 oz of H2O.

Elimination Patterns

Three bowel movements today! Two before my bike ride this morning and one after lunch. After long rides my frequent urination isn’t as prevalent as during the week. My body needs all the liquids it can get after these rides. I have made sure to drink as much as possible since getting off of the bike.

Overall Well-being

Overall I’m feeling great. The last couple of nights I’ve been getting 7-8 hours of solid sleep. This has been beneficial as I have gone through this first week of detoxing. I’m beginning to realize that I haven’t been getting the rest that is necessary for my body to perform at it’s best. This isn’t just for my workouts, but for my family, physical intimacy, and life!

Half way done!

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