3 Day Spring Detox: Boost Your Health and Start Losing Weight

Spring is the perfect time for a gentle, three-day detox. By gentle, I mean this is not a starvation detox. The recipes are satisfying, taste great, and easy to prepare. They're based on my experience and research, and can be modified easily as long as you follow the simple, Spring into Health Detox Guidelines.

So why detox?

Your body is naturally built to detoxify by eliminating and neutralizing toxins through your colon, liver, kidneys, lungs, lymph and skin. Today we're exposed to a lot of environmental pollutants. And, most of us eat a diet loaded with chemicals, unhealthy fats, caffeine, and alcohol. This inhibits your body from detoxifying properly, causing a buildup of toxins that result in health and weight problems.

Detoxing is a great way to give your body a break, support its natural self-cleaning system, and can help to,

  • Boost your mood and energy. We eliminate gluten, dairy and soy; foods that may cause inflammation and that you may be allergic to.
  • Start to shed excess weight. There is no wheat or sugar in this detox, except for the natural sugars found in fruit.
  • Stop brain fog and sluggishness by eating real, whole foods, not processed foods that are full of chemicals and other harmful ingredients.

In this free ebook you'll also learn,

  • How to deal with cravings.
  • Helpful tips to make any detox successful.
  • New recipes you'll want to keep making after the detox is over, and
  • What to do when the detox ends.
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