This is a guest post (and a great offer) from I my friend and fellow Integrative Health Coach Beth Romanski. Beth will be building your foundation for getting back on track after a little (or a lot of) holiday indulging..

The stretch between Thanksgiving, Hanukah, and Christmas and New Year’s is often a time of merriment and overindulgence for most people so by the time January 1st rolls around you’re ready to go on a celery and water diet to undo the damage.  While it’s my ultimate goal by working with clients on 1:1 custom health coaching programs where a healthy diet becomes sustainable, even those of us on a healthy track can benefit from a seasonal cleanse. 

There are tons of expensive, complicated and sometimes dangerous ways to cleanse that are downright painful due to the amount of deprivation you have to undergo.  So how do I recommend you approach a healthy cleanse this year that will detoxify your body naturally while simultaneously creating healthy habits? 

Read how to do detox healthfully from the holidays on the MyHealthyTransitions blog here! >>

Ø  Focus on nutrient density of your foods versus "good" or "bad" foods or calories.  This approach will help you to feel naturally more satiated and less mentally stressed with the feeling that you are on a short-lived "diet." What’s more important for most people is the big picture and finding the balance that will allow you to maintain healthy eating habits as a lifestyle. 

Ø  Eat more vegetables!  Vegetables are one of the most detoxifying foods, so being intentional about sneaking in extra veggies to every meal, snack or recipe can really cleanse the system and give you a boost regardless if the other areas of your diet aren't quite optimal. (P.S. And there really isn’t any “perfect” diet so let that idea go and you’ll get off the diet rollercoaster.) 

Tip:  Sneak in extra veggies to meals in stews, blended soups, casseroles, eggs dishes, stir fries and even your own homemade veggie chips.  You can even bump up the veggie content in your smoothies by using cauliflower, zucchini, pumpkin, butternut squash, chilled sweet potato, spinach or kale to the mix!

Ø  Try one new healthy food or healthy recipe a week versus trying to go cold turkey.  Too often people fail to make healthy lifestyle changes because they think it has to be all or nothing, but small changes really do add up to big results! 

Ø  Incorporate fermented foods to your diet.  Health begins in the gut; so raw, fermented foods like raw sauerkraut, raw fermented veggies, kombucha, cultured full-fat yogurt or keifer, and kimchi are excellent probiotic-rich foods that will support a healthy cleanse and balanced microbiome.  You can also incorporate a high-quality soil-based probiotic supplement to increase the amount of good bacteria in your gut which helps to support a post-holiday cleanse.

Ø  Clear out your environment of unhealthy (meaning nutrient-poor) foods.  The holidays are often filled with sweets and treats which makes it easier to indulge without thinking when they are front and center.  Now is the time to clear out your kitchen and office from any leftover holiday treats so they aren't tempting you.  Take it one step farther and replace them with nutritious options so you have plenty of choices around to inspire you to eat healthy!

Ø  Balance your macronutrients. Rather than trying to restrict or go on a crazy juice cleanse that is usually high in sugar, expensive and unsustainable, focus first on my "meal math equation" - protein, fat, veggies - to detox healthfully and naturally.  This combination will balance your blood sugar which is important for reducing cravings, lowering inflammation and stimulating fat loss. more "real foods" (foods in their whole form) you can incorporate into your personalized diet the better. 

Ø  Take time to relax and rejuvenate.  The holidays are usually a very busy, stressful time of year for everyone, so one of the most important things you can do for your body to detox is to take more time for self-care after the season.  It doesn't have to be anything big: one idea is to treat yourself to a long epsom salt bath or a nice cup of dandelion tea (which is detoxifying for the liver).  You can follow this by dry brushing, which invigorates the lymphatic system and flushes toxins out of your body through the act of stimulation. 

Ø  Work with a certified Health Coach. Sometimes it's hard to make healthy changes without knowing where to begin, or without anyone holding you accountable, which is why certified Health Coaches like Beth Romanski of MyHealthyTransitions Health Coaching can help you to realize results you couldn't achieve on your own.


Since I am not running my usual group 30-Day Sugar Detox Program this year due to my own life and career changes, I am offering a special 1:1 30-Day Detox Accountability Package to help you achieve them!

Do you have the best intentions for following through with healthy eating and healthy lifestyle habits when you’re making your New Year’s Resolutions, but fail a few days or weeks into it?  You’re not alone!  Statistics say that 95 percent of people fail at diets, so you can increase your odds by working with an experience Integrative Nutrition Health Coach like me.

To help you overcome those dismal odds, I’m opening up 5 limited spots for highly motivated people to work with me 1:1 on a 30-Day Detox Accountability Health Coaching Package so you’ll finally be on the right track to making your healthy intentions stick. Research says it only takes 21 days to form a positive habit, so this is your opportunity to jump start the New Year healthier than ever before! 

What the 30-Day Detox Accountability Package includes:

-      Initial 60-minute client intake call to discuss your health history and goals

-      4 – 45-minute 1:1 health coaching calls

-      Unlimited access via to your expert Health Coach via email and text messaging to answer your questions and for additional accountability and support for 30 days

-      Healthy recipes, meal plan suggestions, expert tips and advice as well as resources, articles and product recommendations and discounts to further support your custom goals (as applicable)

-      Institute for Integrative Nutrition ebook “Feeding Your Hunger for Health & Happiness,” written by IIN’s founder and director, Joshua Rosenthal

This total package is valued at over $500, but for January 2018 this special package offer is available to you for only $199!

To apply, email beth@myhealthytransitions with your interest, why you are motivated to make a positive change to your diet and lifestyle, your specific health conditions or concerns and your health goals. The deadline to apply is Tuesday, January 2nd 2018. 

If you’re ready to make a positive change to your diet and health in 2018, I look forward to working with you!

About Beth



Beth Romanski, founder of MyHealthyTransitions Health Coaching, is an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach and a Certified 21-Day Sugar Detox Coach.  Beth also holds a Masters in Higher Education and Bachelors in Hotel, Restaurant, Institutional Management. During her education at The Institute for Integrative Nutrition, Beth has studied over 100 dietary theories to provide her clients break free from one-size-fits-all diets with personalized nutrition blueprints that are designed to meet their unique needs. Beth takes an individualized approach to health coaching, creating customized plans to help clients achieve their goals for health and happiness with an educational and empowering style. Learn more about Beth and MyHealthyTransitions Health Coaching at Connect with Beth on Instagram @myhealthytransitions and on Facebook at

Michal Ofer