Design Your Betr Life

Design Your Betr Life

Design Your Betr Life

Level 2 is where you find out what your Betr life really looks like!

Level 1 resets your body to a healthy baseline, but everyone's baseline is unique. The goal of Level 2 is to find the balance of healthy food and activity that works best for you!

Building your Food List

The great thing about Level 2 is that YOU are in control.

Consider any whole, unprocessed food you would like to be a part of your reintroduction plan.

If it doesn't come in a bag, a box, or a bottle, go for it! Make a list of the healthy foods you want to add; it's as simple as that.


Tasting Notes

Once you have the list of foods you want to add back in, start adding them to your meal plan!

Start with a level 1 baseline meal plan you know works for you, and add a new level 2 food every other day

After you've eaten the reintroduced food, pay attention. Are you experiencing any symptoms that had been previously resolved by Level 1?

Common things to look for include:

  • heartburn
  • gas
  • bloating
  • abdominal discomfort
  • headache
  • fatigue
  • brain fog
  • sleep disturbance
  • pain

It's important to remember, though, that symptoms of food intolerance or sensitivity are unique to everyone. It may take some trial and error to fully identify food that you are sensitive to.

Listen to Your Body

If you have a reaction, reset to the Level 1 food list until symptoms resolve before introducing other new foods. This mini reset can take up to three days.

If you don't have any notable reaction- YOU'RE GOOD! Feel free to add it to your list of forever food!

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Adding in Movement

Level 1 focused on rest and healing. We asked you to take it easy on the exercise so that you didn't introduce any NEW inflammation to a healing body.

Now that your gut is healed, it's time to add more healthy activity to your routine!
This exercise doesn't have to be pumping iron or running marathons. Unless, of course, that's your thing!

Find activities you enjoy: walking, running, hiking, dancing, cardio, strength training, swimming, playing basketball - whatever gets you started and keeps you moving!

Start slow. Once you feel comfortable, you can exercise at least 4-5 times a week for at least 30-45 minutes a day.

Just like with food, listen to your body and find the right balance of activity that nourishes and energizes you!

Don't forget, this additional activity might need additional fuel! You can refuel your body with the Activity Fuels found on the Level 1 list.

Level 2 is self-paced. It can be as long or as short as you want. The goal is to find a rhythm of eating and moving that you can sustain in the long run.

You're designing your Betr Life!


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