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Question about cleanse sequence
August 23, 2010
9:12 am
renewlifesupport
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As a general guideline, ReNew Life recommends the following 3-step Program for Internal Cleansing:

Begin with a General Total-body Cleanse, which we recommend 2 to 4 times each year.

Following the General Total-body Cleanse, advance to an Enhanced Cleansing and Detox formula as needed for specific concerns, such as liver/kidney health. (See individual product directions for length of use.)

Complete the 3-step program with a Microbial Cleanse to address parasites, yeast, or both, depending upon your individual needs. (See individual product directions for length of use.)

Once you complete the 3-step program, you may then wish to use one of our Situational Cleansing and Detox formulas to address additional concerns such as smoking or weight loss.

When deciding how long to break in between cleanses, it is always important to read the individual product directions. While several of our cleanses may be taken for up to three months at a time, a deeper cleanse such as CleanseSMART is best used only quarterly or twice yearly because of the stronger bowel-stimulating herbs in the formula. Essentially, it is not beneficial for your body to be cleansing month after month, so it is best to take a break in between–at least 15 to 30 days. 

Yes, AbsorMORE Toxins may be used for additional support during cleansing. Adding a daily fiber supplement may also be beneficial, as fiber further helps to absorb and eliminate toxins and waste from the body. A high-potency probiotic supplement, Omega-3 formula and digestive enzymes may also be beneficial during cleansing and for ongoing digestive and total-body health.

Good luck and happy cleansing!

August 22, 2010
9:11 am
Chris
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I am new to cleansing/detoxing but I want to do a thorough cleanse and remember hearing there be an some ideal order for the best results (i.e. general cleanse, liver detox, colon cleanse). What is the recommended order for cleansing (do you have a link to a page that shows the ideal sequence of using some of your products?) Also, what products can be used simultaneously with what cleanses to assist with results (absorb more toxins?). Thanks.

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