10 Day Challenge


You Are One Day In. How Do You Feel?

One day in. Make sure you get enough water to help flush things through your system and to keep you feeling fuller. Look below for ideas for snacks to get you through your cravings.
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You May Feel...

You may feel worse before you feel better. Your system may not be accustomed to all the fiber and food you are eating and it may take a day or so before you feel good. I guarantee you will begin to see changes. Changes all for the good. You will sleep better, have more energy, and your bowels will become very regular!
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Video of the Day

Dr. McDougall is the author of the book "The Starch Solution". Some of his interviews can be irreverent. He minces no words about his information. This has been his life's work for over 40 years.
Starch/Sugar Don't Make You Fat - Fat Does! Dr. McDougall

Have Some Other Ideas?

If you have some other ideas to share, recipes from the cookbook you loved, please place in the comments below for all to see.

Roasted Potatoes

Simple, easy and so delicious. You will wonder why you ever used oil or butter on your potatoes in the first place. We make a big batch in the beginning of the week to snack on when we get the munchies. Our favorite way is dipping them in a nice spicy mustard.

  • Prep: 8 mins

  • Cook: 1 hr

  • Yields: 4 servings


8 medium sized yellow or red skinned potatoes

smoked paprika

ground garlic

½ cup Nutritional yeast( can be optional but adds so much goodness)

coarse sea salt ( we love Maldons flake salt it dissolves easily )& ground pepper to taste


Preheat oven to 425 degrees.

Cut potatoes with skins into small 1 inch pieces.

Place potatoes in saucepan with water and bring to a boil.

Once it is at a boil, cook for 6-8 minutes.

Rinse with cold water.

toss with salt, pepper, smoked paprika and garlic.

Place on a lined baking sheet

Bake till well roasted 45-60 minutes. They should be starting to crisp, brown and tender throughout.


* The boiling of the potatoes accomplishes two things. First it removes extra starch in the potatoes that may keep them from crisping up in the oven. Second after the boiling it helps to hold onto the potato the flavorings, salt, pepper, garlic and paprika. When roasting potatoes traditionally this would all be accomplished using oil. With this recipe there is no need.