Total Wellness Cleanse: Review Examining Yuri Elkaim’s Controversial Detox Program
Total Wellness Cleanse reviews have been flooding the Internet. RequestedReviews.com reveals the truth about this program that claims to flush toxins and improve energy levels without dangerous pills or expensive supplements.
West Palm Beach, FL (PRWEB) March 28, 2014
The Total Wellness Cleanse is being touted as the only food-based cleanse on the market that not only gives you daily support but also educates you on detoxing naturally. This program has caught the attention of RequestedReviews.com’s Laura O’Connor, prompting an investigative review.
"This cleanse is actually something new," states O’Connor. "It’s not your typical "Hollywood" type cleanse that is only sustainable for a short time. I think the biggest difference is the fact that it is based on food people can buy in their local supermarket. The program is designed for real life."
"But it's not a magic formula," warns O’Connor. "Anyone who has ever tried these so-called magic formulas and fad cleanses knows they don’t work. The key to this program is the fact that it really educates people on how the body works and then lays out a detailed step by step plan to follow."
The Total Wellness Cleanse comes with the cleanse food guide, recipe guide, meal plans, food trackers and more. The program also comes with thirteen audio seminars that reveal the inner workings of your body. A couple of examples include, "Understanding the Thyroid-Adrenal Connection" and "Colon Health, Candida, and Parasites".
"The fact is," says O’Connor, "understanding how the body deals with certain foods can help people make the right choices. Instead of just being told what to do, they will actually understand why they’re doing it."
"Some people worry that the recipes will be complicated, require expensive ingredients or take a long time to prepare," says O’Connor. "But that's not the case. Ninety percent of the recipes in the cleanse take less than 10 minutes to make and require only everyday ingredients found at the local grocery store. And there is no need for expensive supplements or dangerous herbs."
O’Connor says she was impressed with the sheer amount of information included in the program.
"At first I was overwhelmed," she says. "But I quickly discovered the videos that guide people through the cleanse step by step. It’s very well organized and easy to follow."
O’Connor concludes that the Total Wellness Cleanse is a great program designed for people who are looking for a lasting change and are serious losing weight, improving energy levels and in general improving their overall health. She recommends giving it a try since the program comes complete with a sixty day no questions asked money back guarantee.
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