Michelle in Terryville, CT, and mom of 8 says:
“It took me a little while to figure out how to make bone broth, but once I was in the groove, it was something to do simply. I had it for lunchtime and found that I didn’t crave anything the whole afternoon-even a snack. I felt very satisfied, no dips in my mood, and I didn’t need coffee.
“Also, I had suffered from chronic pains due to mild arthritis. Once I started taking bone broth consistently, no more pain!
“Basic kraut is very easy to make for a source of good probiotics. I couldn’t mess it up! I ate it plain and mixed it with sausage.”
Jolyn C., nontraditional undergrad student and mother of 3:
“I’m used to making my own bone broth and hearty soups but not combined with probiotics. I went a week on the Reset Flush Challenge and dropped 6 pounds. I felt great, had more energy, and it diminished food cravings. My doctor approved it. Reset Your Weight works.”
Paula W. in New Jersey:
“Bone broth soups kept me full much longer so I ate less. That alone reduced my food intake so I lost weight AND felt great. Back pain lessened as well.
I also started making water kefir for my probiotic drink. Easy and tastes great.”
Joe, age 39, who enjoys eating anything with sausage in it:
“I’m not going to lie: my wife made me do it simply because she makes my meals. I eat what she packs in my lunch and chow down on dinner when I get home late at night. I’m eating way more raw vegetables than I thought possible in one day and I’m actually full. My go to food now is lentil tacos and sausage with spicy sauerkraut.
“I swapped my diet soda for carbonated kombucha soda-most of the time, and I really do feel better with that change; I tried carbonated water kefir, but the kombucha hits the spot. To get myself to drink more water, I bought a bottle of pure tart cherry juice and add a splash into my water.
“If I added bone broth back in, I remember feeling exceptional and having more energy, and I’d like that back. It’s just hard with my work’s lunch break right now; I don’t like to eat cold soup!”