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Day 8/60: Who Needs A Cleanse?

Cleanse? Who me?

If you talk to the medical profession, very few support the idea of a cleanse. “Our bodies naturally detox themselves every single day,” says Keri Gans, RDN, owner of Keri Gans Nutrition in New York City and author of The Small Change Diet. “That’s why we have a liver and kidneys.” 

I agree the body is always looking for homeostasis, and in essence is in cleansing mode all the time.

What cleanse anyway?

If you are out gathering information cleanses you will come up with all sorts of options and flavors. There are liquid cleanses, liver cleanses, colon cleanses to name a few. There’s even a master cleanse that consists of lemon, cayenne pepper, maple syrup, and water. Click HERE to access an article entitled The Most Popular Types of Detoxes and Cleanses and What to Know Before Trying Them.

Cleanses can be extremely helpful

Cleanses can be helpful, but please do your homework. Who is behind the cleanse? What was the cleanse supposed to do?

Reset your health with our well-thought out and powerful cleanse

A commitment to our cleanse is a commitment to better health and a better life. There’s no radical rules or eating foods where you have to hold your nose while the food goes down… Just great healthy meals where you can eat as much as you like along with supplementation to help facilitate the cleansing process.

How Long is the Cleanse?

Our cleanse is typically 60 days. That seems to be enough time to see results.

Does One Cleanse Fit All?

We have general guidelines, but there are many things that are done that are personal and customized. We will be creating a self-service version, and it depends on several factors. Maybe you are familiar with cleanses and you can do everything on your own. Most have not done a cleanse before, so I am here to help. I will go into more details on other daily posts so stay tuned.

Tell Me More About the Featured Meal

On top of a bed of organic romaine lettuce, we have organic purple rice, organic navy beans, organic blueberries, home-made organic pesto (basil, walnuts, and pine nuts), organic dried tomatoes, and organic avocado. I get a very large mixing bowl and toss everything up with organic balsamic vinegar.

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