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3 replies, 3 voices Last updated by Jessica Romeo 7 years, 11 months ago
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    catherine sarnoski
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    Are we allowed to use red beets and squash on phase 1. Why are there no lines showing us how much to use. When I only fill it 1/4 it is not 15 drops so I have to add more. Are the teas an important part of the program. What is MBG? It said we receive a health coach. How do I contact one? Catherine S

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    Jessica Romeo
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    Ok first red beets and squash are definitely allowed. I have no clue why they have no lines on the droppers. I don’t actually make the drops and droppers…I just do Nutrition and food advice, however I think it varies between person, as some people make the drops bigger and others not so much, on average when I have used the dropper it is roughly 1/4 of the dropper. Honestly it is not a deal breaker if you are one drop off…If it bothers you I know that many of the people get a dropper that is labeled from a Pharmacy. Teas are not an important part of the program just a little extra boost in the AM and relaxer in the PM, not necessary. Most important part is eating as stated on plan. Also I am not sure what you are referencing to about MBG? Is this in the book or on the website?

    I am the Nutritionist for PS1000 if that is what you mean?

    Thanks and let me know if you have any further questions you can message me directly or on here!

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    Pam Waller
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    Can we have tomato sauce and can I eat spaghetti squash?

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    Jessica Romeo
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    Sadly tomato sauce is out on Phase 1 as most brands contain added sugars…however you could make your own by roasting tomatoes and adding onions and garlic and spices and then pureeing them together…I should probably make a recipe for this huh? Spaghetti squash is just fine though 🙂 If you are up for the challenge you could search for a tomato sauce that is minimally processed with very little to no sugar content.

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