Not All Cleanses Created Equal
"When considering a cleanse,” says Lee Rossano, C.N.C., “consider the health of your body. Certain organs of elimination need support before, during and after a cleanse. The lymph system and the blood are filtered by the liver, kidneys, and spleen. When these are not working at optimal levels, a cleanse can make you very ill because toxins will back up into your body. If you have gall bladder issues, it best to be on gall bladder support for 30 days before attempting a liver/gall bladder cleanse.”
“A good place to start,” she explains, “is hot water and lemon to thin the bile and a mixture of 100% cranberry juice, stevia, and water to work on the kidneys. A sugar-free, gluten-free, soy-free diet along with proper supplements and lymphatic support is always crucial. Make sure to include mild exercise to your program.”
Lee Rossano is a Certified Nutritional Counselor with Advanced Nutritional Solutions, located at 1444 West Silverbell Rd., Lake Orion, MI. For more information call 248-652-4160 or visit WhySuffer.net.