For Stimulock: What to eat on your loading days

This post is dedicated to those of you who have purchased the Stimulock drops (and those of you still curious) and are wondering what to eat during your first two ‘loading days.’ I noticed that the blog had been getting a lot of traffic from search engines inquiring what to eat the first two days on and the first two days off of the program, so here is part one.

*Note: these practices are specific to the Stimulock System and are entirely ineffective without the purchase and use of the drops. For more information on getting started with Stimulock click here.

If you were following my blog back in January, you may recall that I documented my Stimulock journey including my loading days. You can see what I ate while loading here and here.


Go for it.


They’re all yours.

Ice cream?

Eat that too.

BBQ, Chipotle, pasta, brownies, cookies…? Eat all of it! Seriously. It surprises most people that they are encouraged to eat like this on the first two days of a ‘diet,’ which is nothing like any popular diet you’ll see advertised elsewhere. Yet Stimulock works for those who follow it from day one through the maintenance phase. I am proof!

This step is vital in the Stimulock System and will help you be well on your way to begin the weight loss phase. Happy loading!


Stimulock Support Challenge

As most of you know, I am a Stimulock practitioner. This means that I do sell the product and provide support and coaching for clients through the entire Stimulock System.

Lately, I have been getting more and more searches on my blog for Stimulock. People are wanting to know more about it, and maybe you are one who has been considering trying it yourself; here is your opportunity!

Starting on July 5th, I will be leading a group of individuals through Stimulock, until each and every one has reached their goal. This Stimulock Support Challenge will provide that little extra ‘oompf’ that it takes for some people to reach their weight loss goals. We will be having weekly discussions, get togethers and email newsletters while embarking on this great journey together.

But what individuals can participate in this? Anyone who is ready to make a positive change in their life! Maybe it’s an office of coworkers, a bride-to-be, couples or families, if you are ready to lose weight then you are ready to participate in the Stimulock Support Challenge!

You can read more over at the Stimulock page and you can reach me at with any questions. You have until July 5th to make one of the best decisions of your life!

Day 3

Stimulock Dinner Time!

Confession: I really like onions. And was too lazy to slice them up any more thin on my salad, plus I was in a hurry. Below that is some cauliflower and a turkey breast tenderloin that I cooked yesterday with all the rest of my protein for the week so I could simply heat n’ eat! Because who has time to cook every night??

For dessert I feasted on a bowlful of large (when protocol says you’re allowed something large you do large) strawberries

This my friends is an example of a Stimulock meal day. Balanced, healthy and I’m feelin’ good! Minus this huge headache from all the junk I ate while loading.

Like I said, I am not documenting my meals daily, but when I make something pretty and good lookin’ I will be sure to share it with you.

Sweet dreams, WordPress!

Update: It is SO refreshing to be eating totally healthy again. Lunch was chicken breast (lunch meat) and sliced cucumbers with an apple for an afternoon snack. I’m drinking water like it’s my job and my body is forgiving me for the past two days of loading. I will have photos of dinner tonight, promise!

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It’s a new day and boy am I glad.

My loading days were successful, if you want to call it that. Some people may get to eat whatever they want on a daily basis, and some may have envied my need to pig out for 48 hours straight, but this is what you didn’t see that happened:

  • severe stomach cramping
  • extreme body aches and pains
  • increased heart rate
  • increased oil production in my skin(gross…I know)
  • serious, I mean serious bloating
  • hanging my head over the toilet last night

None of this is pretty or cute, but some people argue that what you eat doesn’t affect how you feel. If this isn’t proof then I don’t know what is.

Now that my loading is done, I am now in the ‘weight loss phase’ of the diet! I have to take the drops from the diet before each meal, fifteen minutes before I eat. No, I will not be documenting what I eat everyday, because what I eat on the diet is not worth documenting. Except for today, just to give you an idea of what the protocol consists of/what meal structure will be for the next 60-70 days.


1 egg with Chia Seed sprinkled in and 1 piece of Sarah Lee 45 Calories and Delightful toast

Lunch update to follow! Happy Wednesday!

What is it about Mondays?

It seems as though stuff always happens for me on Mondays. Tomorrow is no exception.


If you will recall with me, three days ago I blogged about not needing ‘no stinkin’ diet,’ right? Well there comes a point in my life where I have had enough chocolate and need to wear something other than black stretchy pants. AKA my jeans are getting tight and that is not okay!


Let’s recall again, this time back to September when I started a diet known as Stimulock. This is a homeopathic diet which essentially resets your hypothalamus, pituitary and adrenal glands, releasing stored body fat while on a very strict diet. You can read about it in detail here, which does a much more thorough job of explaining the fine print of the program.


Why am I telling you this? Well, I thought I had reached my weight loss goal, but with Christmas came an additional few (yes…only a few) pounds and about two weeks ago I decided I was going to go through the Stimulock program again. But this time, I will be blogging about it. The diet won’t be all that I blog about, but I want to share this new journey with all of my readers.


See you readers in the morning with Day 1 of Stimulock!