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when it comes to cleansing, go green


This column features weekly tips and advice from a revolving cast of industry leaders, on hand to discuss your beauty dilemmas, from blemishes to Botox. The following query was culled from a private stock, but we’ll be accepting readers’ questions soon.
I feel like everyone is on a cleanse these days. I like the idea of them but am skeptical of things like the “lemonade diet,” which seems like starvation to me. Are there any good, less intense

I highly recommend Green Magma green drinks. They provide our bodies with a natural whole-food source of vitamins, minerals, proteins, essential and non-essential amino acids, as well as active enzymes, antioxidants, detoxifiers, and chlorophyll. Mix with water and drink on an empty stomach.

Nicholas Perricone, M.D. and Fellow of the American College of Nutrition, is a board-certified clinical and research dermatologist as well as the CEO of NV Perricone MD. The author of three New York Times No. 1 best-sellers, he is regarded as the father of the inflammation theory of aging. Known for a holistic approach to aging and general skincare, he treats his patients in three ways: through diet, nutriceutical supplements, and an eponymous line of cosmeceuticals.

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  1. karenkoopman says:

    I tryed the “lemonade diet” and was very happy with the results. I only went on the 4 day cleanse and used Simply Slender which is a new version loaded with vitamins and antioxidants. I would do it again without reservation.

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