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Sunshine and Herbs-Body cleansing Introduction

Cleansing is such a powerful experience. Not only does it open circulation throughout the body and increase blood flow to the brain, it increases the mood tenfold. Even if you can only commit to a seven day cleanse, the experience itself will bring you back to do it again and again. Cleansing incorporates herbal supplements, clean alkalizing foods, juicing and exercise. Sunshine and Herbs makes cleaning a lifestyle.

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Added by Jennifer Lamb on February 24, 2012 at 1:00pm — No Comments

Body Cleanse

Cleansing the body doesn’t mean starving and only drinking water. It’s somewhat of a slow process of changing habits while using herbal remedies that will improve the functions of the internal organs and intestinal track. Think of it more like a lifestyle change than a body cleanse. I like to use the timeframe of thirty days to focus on several different forms of cleansing. After all, we don’t muck up our body in only two weeks, so cleansing should be a long term process as well.

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Added by Jennifer Lamb on February 16, 2012 at 12:24pm — No Comments

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Hi Renee,

What do you think of IPL’s Green Power Option and non-local programs like PearEnergy as tools to reduce the use of fossil fuels?

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Tom

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Before I dive into a long-winded answer to your question, in short, I like the Green Power Option and other [...]

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