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Each year, the supplement industry’s leading trade magazine, Vitamin Retailer, gives select supplements a Vity Award for excellence as premium quality bestsellers based on a nationwide retailer survey. And each year here at ReNew Life we are delighted when one of our products is recognized, especially if the product is a first-time winner.
That’s why we’re so excited that Total Body Rapid Cleanse has been given a Vity Award in the category of fiber/internal cleanse! Internal cleansing and fiber supplements are a cornerstone of our approach to digestive and whole-body health. The award suggests that more shoppers are trying herbal internal cleanses, and it looks like the quick, premium-ingredient cleanses are leading this list of detox supplements.
Are you one of those people who doesn’t have time for an internal cleanse? Then Total Body Rapid Cleanse is for you. This cleanse only takes 7 days, doesn’t interfere with your busy lifestyle, and contains over 2 dozen deep-cleansing herbs, detoxifying amino acids, fiber, and vitamin-mineral ingredients .
It’s a winner with first-time and experienced cleansers for several key reasons:
- Easily the quickest total-body active cleanse available—made with no inactive fillers, binders, soy, gluten, or artificial ingredients
- Cleanses the whole body with special attention to the liver, your #1 detox organ, and the colon to help maximize toxin removal ǂ
- An ideal jumpstart to any weight loss or weight maintenance program ǂ
- Helps relieve sluggish digestion and occasional constipation ǂ
- 3-part easy-dose formula extracts, traps, and eliminates toxins, leaving you feeling lighter ǂ
- Added soothing herbs help make this a gentle cleanse for anyone looking to give their health an added boost ǂ
Total Body Rapid Cleans is available nationwide at select fine retailers or right here on our website. Find out what all the buzz is by trying this rapid detoxifying cleanse today! ǂ
According to a recent study published in the journal Chronic Illness, women with celiac disease are more likely to report stress, depression and disordered eating, even if they are following a gluten-free diet.
The researchers found that women adhering to a gluten-free diet did experience greater vitality, lower stress, decreased depressive symptoms, and greater overall emotional health than those women not following the diet, but even so, they still experienced more stress, depression, and body dissatisfaction when compared to the general population.
Eating gluten-free, even in today’s world of readily available gluten-free fare, is a big adjustment, even when you have been eating gluten-free for years. Food becomes a central focus, rather than an afterthought. Everyday meal planning is required to be sure you have access to the right foods. Shopping at multiple grocery stores becomes the norm. Eating gluten-free creates a whole new way of life. This has the possibility of becoming stressful—and even alienating, depending on the company you keep.
But eating gluten-free—especially in those with celiac, but even in those who are gluten sensitive—is also a ticket to freedom for many people. Freedom from constant digestive issues with seemingly no solution, freedom from wondering, “What the heck is wrong with me?” and freedom from a downward health spiral that itself can cause more stress, dis-ease, and depression.
If you have celiac and you tend to get down about it, take a moment to think about what a gluten-free diet has given you, rather than what it has taken away. Sometimes a shift in perspective is all you need.