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Summer Lemonade Cleanse Days 7-10: What I've Learned

I know I sort of fell off the face of the earth for the past few days. That’s what usually happens to me on the weekends due to work.  280 more words

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Summer Lemonade Cleanse Days 6-7: Popcorn and Bikram Yoga

At this point, I am very encouraged. I feel like I could do this for maybe longer than the ten days. If I could make it through this past weekend at my job, being surrounded by food, and hanging with my girlfriend while she ate a burger and fries in front of me, I think I can handle being in social situations. 335 more words

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On the 10th Day of The Master Cleanse

For the last 10 days my diet has been reduced to water mixed with

1. Lemon/Limes
2. Cayenne Pepper
3. Maple Syrup

This master cleanse has been around for a long time. 303 more words

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Summer Lemonade Cleanse Day 4-5: Made it through the weekend!

This weekend was challenging because I work in a restaurant where there is food available to us pretty much all the time. Saturday was super busy for me so I didn’t have time to breathe, let alone replenish myself enough to feel okay. 114 more words

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Summer Lemonade Cleanse Days 2-3: Hanging on to my old soul

Yesterday was hard. It’s hardest when I’m social. One of my girlfriends came over my place yesterday to swim but didn’t want to stay that long because she was hungry. 247 more words

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Summer Lemonade Cleanse Day 1: It's that time Again

Yea, it’s that time again, for the Lemonade Cleanse. I’ve been trying to do it every season as recommended in the Stanley Burroughs book. I can honestly say that after doing the saltwater flush this morning, I didn’t feel like continuing with the cleanse because just after flushing myself out, I already feel so much better! 308 more words

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Most people care more about the cleanliness of their clothing or floors or cars than about the inside of their bodies.  Our cells and organs and bodies take good care of us yet go routinely neglected and abused. 197 more words