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Maintenance Insurance Plan for Wellness

Filed in Adults, Cleansing, Cleansing & Detox, Diet, Dietary Fiber, Digestive Health, Enzymes, Exercise, Longevity, Supplements, The Detox Strategy, Uncategorized | Posted by Brenda Watson on 06/08/2017


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Over these last months it’s been my pleasure to introduce you to the RENEW Total Body Detox program. I hope you were able to implement many tips and suggestions from my posts. As I’ve mentioned a number of times, each of our health journeys are completely unique. The goal is not completion but awareness and diligence and a commitment to improvement. Maintenance of your health is an ongoing decision.

Following is the maintenance insurance plan I promised at the beginning of our time together. These suggestions are sure to fortify your newfound Wellness.

 

Daily Doses of Support

Following is a short list of supplements to consider in your daily maintenance program, depending on your particular circumstances. They will help support the natural structure and functions of your body and encourage a healthy self-detoxification system.

Supplements Highly Recommended for Everyone

  • Multivitamin and mineral formula
  • Omega-3 fatty acids (fish oil)
  • Calcium and magnesium (for women)
  • Magnesium (for men)
  • Fiber
  • Probiotics

Optional Nutritional Support as Needed

 

Weekly Commitments
  • Exercise at least four to five days a week.
  • Take saunas and steam baths two to three times per week or as often as your health care professional recommends, working within the limits of your time constraints and financial considerations.

 

Annual Cleansings

Two-step herbal cleansing at least twice a year

Targeted herbal programs once a year

Hydrotherapy, based on your colon hydrotherapist’s advice

Some people find that spending an extended period of time (from a few days to a week or more) at a cleansing and detoxification center is extremely valuable. This focused approach can be especially helpful to those dealing with multiple health issues or who simply need more structure.

 

Maintenance – In conclusion

As you implement all aspects of RENEW with vigilance, you will realize the gifts of true health. Peace and renewed energy, clarity of mind and digestive stability will be yours. As the months and years pass, it will be difficult to remember your previous pesky issues. Aging can be graceful and easier than you might think. Please choose to RENEW!

Stay tuned. In my next series of posts I’m looking forward to sharing summer travel and wellness tips for your whole family!