Gail’s Full Body Cleanse Experience

Gail’s Full Body Cleanse Experience , for 20 days.

Day 19 & 20:  Can’t believe it’s here!

Day 19 & 20: Can’t believe it’s here!

Yesterday and today had a different feel then the entire detox, knowing that today is the last day. I made it! I kept wondering what I will eat when I’m done. I’ve had several people ask me what my first meal will be. Funny, but I don’t have any great pull to anything! The herbies have been extremely fulfilling for me and I can’t believe I am saying this, but I will miss them:) A few changes feel lasting: a focus on lots more water daily, and a new appreciation for veggies! The raw approach is fine for…

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Day 18: Victory Lap Time

Day 18: Victory Lap Time

I started out the detox wanting to clean out the insides and outsides of my body, so today I tackled my son’s closet and my office. I played great music all day, from Latin to soundtrack to my own playlist, and it was fun! I threw away 5 bags of garbage and old stuff, and that always feels great to me. I’m now inspired to continue on with the rest of the house. It feels so right to be updating and purging around me:) I laughed at myself tonight as I had a late night snack: a salad…

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Day 16:  Appreciating the herbs

Day 16: Appreciating the herbs

I’ve been feeling appreciative of the herbs the last few days. It would be very tough to just be eating fruits and vegetables and nuts by themselves. It’s day 16, and I’m not freaking out about no Starbucks, or dark chocolate, or beef. Those usually are my staples. I’m not missing them, but I sense there is an essence to the herbs and how they are combined that acts like a food of its own, 6 times a day. So far, out of 16 days, I’ve been on the road for 6 of them, and I have consistently found…

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On the Road day 14 & 15

On the Road day 14 & 15

I am on the road, in Salt Lake City dong some team building work for Starbucks. I didn’t get a chance to eat what I desired until dinner, where the restaurant made me an off-the-menu scrumptious salad. I ate nuts and fruit throughout the day, but not having veggies was tough. I drank tons of water instead. My husband, Jerome, assisted me with understanding the cause of my nagging cough. I’ve had it throughout most of the detox. I thought the herbs or raw almonds were irritating my throat. Instead we discovered I was hearing…

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Day 13:  Sleep pays off

Day 13: Sleep pays off

After two days of 10 hour nights of rest over the weekend, I got on the scale today and had lost 3 lbs overnight! Not bad. I also added brown rice yesterday. Very fulfilling and tasty with olive oil and sea salt. I went boogie boarding with my son and his friends today and being in the salt water was fabulous! And for lunch, while they ate pizza and cheeseburgers, I had my salad and tea and there was an absolute ease to it all. I’ll be on the road the next three days, so will write in…

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Day 11:  Another sleepy day

Day 11: Another sleepy day

I wanted to take a nap all day today. My son ran in a cross country race this morning so we all got up early for that. And it’s a Saturday; sleeping in on a Saturday is one of those pleasures I always treasure when I can. Felt like I did the running because I felt his exhaustion and recovery periods, but I never got my own recover. Never seemed to work out to nap, so here it is the end of the day, and I just want to go sleep for 12 hours. I was reminded today…

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Day 10

Day 10

Today was a busy day, but eating fruits, vegetables and nuts has just become a part of whatever I do. I worked with two clients, and I ate a salad while working with one, and raw trail mix while working with the other. Ease–I am finding an ease with it all. This process for me has been part of a much larger focus on connecting more to my life and purpose. I am so physical that if I am out of whack with my body, it affects everything else. My wild side, my sexy side, doesn’t express itself…

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Day 9:  Flowing Day

Day 9: Flowing Day

Things we pretty simple today. My intestines and colon were happy, flowing right along:) We discovered the most incredible salad dressing from a raw foods restaurant, Juliano’s, in Santa Monica. It’s a ginger-garlic mixture that puts life and pizzazz in any salad. Wow! Makes it taste hearty, rich and extremely flavorful. I’ll want to use it even when I get off the detox. My throat is much better today. It tickled some but most of the symptoms have subsided. With my husband, Jerome, and I both doing the detox at the same time, there is…

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Day 8:  Stuff kicking up

Day 8: Stuff kicking up

I have had an irritating cough all day. I sense the herbs, in their process of cleansing, kick up the junk and attitudes we hold various parts of the body that make it weak. My lungs and throat have always been the weak link in this universe called Gail. So I went and vegetated in the steam room at the YMCA. While I was lying there, I was breathing strands of gold into my lungs, and exhaling out the crud that was inside. I may have a very active imagination but what I saw being…

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Day 7:  MORE

Day 7: MORE

I was out of town till this evening. Traveling the last few days has been fun and really easy. One client made me a salad out of lettuce and 5 different types (and colors) of tomatoes, each one tasting unique to itself. Another client made us dinner of a large salad with pumpkin seeds every vegetable she had in the house, and she had a lot! Avocados are very fulfilling too. I’m eating pine nuts and pine nuts throughout the day. All is well and calm. Today was a day of reflecting on all the…

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Days 5  On The road

Days 5 On The road

I’m out of town and had a birthday celebration dinner with my sister. We went to a French restaurant, filled with smells of tasty meats and crunchy bread and butter. I enjoyed it all, and then ordered a Nicoise salad with all the vegetables and nuts in the kitchen that would work on the salad. Our waitress brought back a colorful plate with added red peppers, green beans and pine nuts! It was very fulfilling, and while my sister had birthday desert, I had a bowl of berries, and was very satisfied! Two things surprise…

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Day 4:  A day of large change

Day 4: A day of large change

This has been quite a strange day. I had to get up with my son at 5:30 am, on a Saturday (!) for his first cross-country meet, in Griffith Park through the hills. I was able to get up, function, enjoy his grand performance, meet new people, and know that All is well. I got up without a struggle, even though I was tired, and usually it takes me 10 minutes to really wake up and move, but today I just got up and jumped into the day. I thought I’d be able to take a nap, but…

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Day 3:  Sleepy time

Day 3: Sleepy time

Today seems to be a balancing day. It was easier to drink lots of water, and I find if I drink a bottle each time I take the herbs, I drink the amount suggested in a day. I definitely am not hungry, but I am sleepy today. Friends visited late last night so I didn’t get a full night of sleep, and that probably is affecting today. But I feel I could go to sleep and stay there for 12 hours:) That sounds yummy. My body is definitely balancing to the herbs, water and raw…

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Day 2:  One-Stop Shopping

Day 2: One-Stop Shopping

Wow, if anyone is constipated, this is the answer! Whew!!! Yesterday I was active in the bathroom due to all the water I was drinking. Today, while that continued, I also had the pleasure of many, easy shits. I actually can feel the spaces in my body releasing junk. I’ve never paid attention as to whether or not I could feel my actual liver or kidneys or lungs, but today I felt areas within that were releasing and giving large sighs of relief (and release:). I was out and about in my world today, working…

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Day 17 – Running on Detox

Day 17 – Running on Detox

Today was a great day. I got to run with my son, something that i haven’t done in at least 10 years if not more. As you all know I was a runner in high school and college and ran the mile/2 miles and 3 mile races, along with Cross country. My son has now picked up running and has done well for someone who is doing it part time between basketball and other interest that he has. I decided today to venture out away from the treadmill and to run on the track– I invited Pharoah to…

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SALES & SPECIALS