I’m not one for fad diets. Hmm. I’m not one for dieting at all, come to think of it. But I’ve been thinking about doing a detox or cleanse of some kind. I’m no health expert… but I know that the fast weight loss associated with some of these cleanses/diets is not healthy or sustainable, and losing quickly and then gaining back weight quickly is also not good for you. And some doctors think it’s debatable about whether or not these things are even necessary. A co-worker of mine (who is one who planted this current curiosity in my brain) is doing this one. I was seriously thinking about doing this particular one for about five minutes. Well, maybe 10. But once I found out how long it is (uh, 21 DAYS), and how much it cost (uh, about $175), I decided to see if I could find another one that does not require, um, how shall we say… such a commitment.
So after some poking around, and some talk around the watercooler… another co-worker found this one — Kaeng Raeng. She told me she did one that was similar a couple years ago but she thought this one sounded better. So I guess that’s good enough for me. That and a 15% discount that I found on The Kind Life! I ordered it today.
Another thing I really liked about Kaeng Raeng is that they offer a 3- or 6-day cleanse in 3 different “levels”… beginner, veteran or master. I’m not sure what the level thing means, but I know I’m a 3-day beginner. I really like how the detox information is presented on the K. R. site. I’ll let you know what happens.