Realistically, do you think an annual purge/cleansing could be beneficial?
20 March 2017, 11:34 PM
Votes: 140

Sometimes. It depends on the other 360 days of the year. I used to do a major cleansing once a year but now I just do minor ones about 4 times a year. And its great.

I can easily recommend to you the "Three Day Energy Fast". the title of the book is misleading. Must have been retitled by the marketing department. Its more like a nine day thing. and its not a fast either. More like a cleaning detox. The author does seem to do more than a bit of throwing a little bit of everthing in her plan. but I forgive her for that - she doesn't know exactly who her audience is so she just includes anything and everything that might work. More like a one size fits all than a custom plan.
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