Sunday, October 25, 2009

4 Great Master Cleanse Resources

Before you embark upon any program, diet, or system, it is important that you do your research.  It's how you determine the right way to do things and whether or not it will work for you.  I've heard general feedback from people who have done the Master Cleanse before, but I wanted to know details.  Do you need to live in or near the bathroom?  How does the cleanse interfere with medicine?  How does it affect the body?  Do you get headaches?  Are you constantly hungry?  Is there anything else that I need to know that might be a game changer?  These are just some of the questions I had and before I made the decision to start or not, I needed answers.

Through my travels far and beyond in cyberspace, I found a ton of information.  A lot of it was a bunch of fluff, but I did find a few treasures.  I present to you, my fave 4 great MC resources:

1.  The Master Cleanser by Stanley Burroughs - You can't start any program without going to the source first.  This book is a must for anyone thinking about doing the program.

2.  Lose Weight, Have More Energy & Be Happier in 10 Days by Peter Glickman - This has been considered a companion book.  It's more modern and it gives a bit more details about the program and advice about challenges that you may face.  (There is a newer edition available as well.)

3.  The Master Cleanse - this is Peter Glickman's site for all things MC.  It's a great resource.  He even has a forum with thousands of posts and responses.

4.  For those that don't want to drive to three or four stores looking for all the things you need to do the cleanse, visit Peter Glickman's store where he sells MC ingredients kits, ebooks, supplements and more.  He also sells a 36 ounce bottle, which is great because most portable bottles only go up to 32 ounces.  You can actually make three servings of the lemonade / limeade to take with you.  The items are available in the store.

5.  Master Cleanse Blog - The blog hasn't been updated in a long while, but there is great information, tips, and advice throughout the site.  It's still worth a visit.

If there is anything else that you would like to add, please feel free.

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