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Paperback Simple Cleanse: The Weekend Cleanse and Intestinal Health Book

ISBN: 1570671729

ISBN13: 9781570671722

Simple Cleanse: The Weekend Cleanse and Intestinal Health

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Cleansing synchronizes our bodies with the natural order. Simple Cleanse presents the tools to design a personal week-end cleanse by offering specific techniques for cleaning the cells, lungs, and... This description may be from another edition of this product.

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WOW! A flashbulb went off when I read this book!

Fat, exhausted, depressed, pallid, and gaining frightening amounts of weight despite "everything's normal" reports from my doctors, I started looking into intestinal cleansing and detox products. Coincidentally, I was trying to find something to add to a 4-for-3 promotion order and came across this little book (my freebie). I wouldn't have bought it otherwise, probably, but I'm so glad I did! This is the most important "find" I've come across in quite a while. Don't let the slimness of this book fool you; it is far harder to write one page of compelling, succinctly presented information than it is to write 20 pages full of a bunch of words. Jerry Lee Hutchens has done a brilliant job with this little book. The first 53 pages, sections I and II, convey simply but profoundly the way the organs of our digestive system are meant to work--and work together--to cleanse and nourish our bodies. I consider myself an educated woman, so I thought I understood all that, but I clearly didn't. For example, I didn't understand how my lungs are involved in the digestive process, and it really opened my eyes to what's going on with my body now. One profound recognition for me is how the blood and lymph work together to ensure optimal health. Did you know that, unlike our heart-pumped blood circulation system, the lymphatic system that works in tandem with it depends on muscular contractions to circulate properly? It was like a camera flashed before my flabbergasted face when the major significance of this one simple fact (of many in this book) hit home. I don't know about you, but when given the choice of exercising to "burn calories" and nebulously "speed up the metabolism" (what an exhausting notion) OR going on fad diets and buying supplements to lose weight, I've chosen the latter. (It's easier not to eat than to exercise, after all; but, then, why does my weight keep going up and up and up along with fatigue and illness and the number of medications I have to take?) After reading this book, I have to ask: What if our epidemic of obesity (and depression, fatigue, and disease) is partially driven by how the importance of exercise is explained to us? If not exercising is framed as more like not bathing or cleaning the house year-in and year-out instead of a means of becoming "impossibly slim" or impossibly "reversing the aging process," perhaps more of us would embrace movement as avidly as we embrace all those expensive (and toxic) home and body cleaning products--not to mention plastic surgery--that we waste so much money on. And lest you think this book pushes strenuous exercise, the last section of the book includes some very simple stretching, breathing, and yoga exercises that can be easily incorporated into anyone's day--even some you can do while sitting on the toilet! It's not a have-to; it's a how-to. Section III, The Large Intestine: Problems and Solutions, summarizes what certain digestive signs and symptoms might indicate and provides a valu
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