Reconditioning and Purification Nutrition Plan
Reconditioning and Purification Program (RAPP)
Why should I participate in RAPP?
Participation in RAPP provides the following benefits:
- Increased absorption of nutrients
- Bowel regularity
- Acid reflux relief
- Detoxification from excess hormones and heavy metals
- Pain relief
- Increased energy
- Improved mental acuity
- Enhancement of overall health
What physical changes should I expect during RAPP?
Some patients may experience fatigue, nausea, aches, rashes, or acne for the first few days of the purification program. The GI reconditioning protocol is recommended before beginning the purification so as to minimize the incidence of these symptoms and enhance the effect of the purification program.
Can I go out to eat while on RAPP?
- Plan your strategy before you leave home.
- When choosing a restaurant, select one that serves foods on the recommended list.
- When traveling, bring a cooler packed with water bottles, fresh fruit, and sliced raw vegetables.
- When attending a social gathering, bring a dish to pass that fits your stage of the program, like a fruit/veggie tray or chicken kabobs.
How do I maintain the benefits I attained during RAPP after I have completed the protocol?
The post-purification program involves gradually adding foods back into the diet, allowing at least 1 week for each food. If symptoms reappear after a food reintroduction, the food is removed from the diet and the patient is advised to continue avoiding it. Most often, avoiding processed foods and continuing a diet high in fruits, vegetables, and high quality fats and proteins will maintain all the benefits of the RAPP program indefinitely. If symptoms reoccur, patients can repeat the RAPP program at any time.
I want to continue some of the nutritional supplements I used in RAPP. How do I reorder them?
My housemates won't agree to participate in RAPP with me. How do I comply with the program without spending all my time in the kitchen?
Compliance on the purification program requires little hassle. The first two meals of the day consist of smoothies made from your choice of fruits and vegetables combined with either SP Complete or SP Complete Dairy Free. Dinners usually consist of a salad or steamed vegetables, which are typically not time or labor intensive to prepare. They often serve well as side dishes for housemates who do not wish to participate in RAPP.