Friday, April 22, 2005

Wild Rose D-tox Craze

Are you considering trying out the Wild Rose d-tox? What does detox really mean? According to Terry Willard, Cl.H.,Ph.D.:

"Detoxification is one of the most central concepts of natural is impossible to build healthy new tissues without eliminating old cells and their by-products. This has never been truer than in our modern society. We are being flooded continuously with synthetic chemicals, hormones and toxic material in our food, air, cosmetics, and clothing."

Although I am not one to shun modern medicine in place of herbal remedies, I do believe that there is room for both. And unlike many detox programs that involve fasting, the Wild Rose d-tox program insists that you can eat as much as you like of a selected food list. Basically, no flour, yeast, sugar, chemicals (no aspertame!), tropical tropical fruit, and dairy products (except butter).

The benefits I have received have included weight loss, no more food cravings, and an increase in energy throughout the day. I have also kicked my 4-a-day diet coke habit and my chocolate-as-a bedtime-snack habit.

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