Hormones rattling your cage? What's holding you back?
Posted by Andrea Nakayama
- Saturday’s Class was jam packed with information about hormone balance.
- The Week 1 Recipe & Protocol Packet is bursting with yummy recipes from breakfast through dinner with snacks and elixirs to explore in between. (My Camper Cookies ~ one of my favorite fat/fiber/protein solutions ~ are fresh out of the oven. Deeeelish!)
- And the Message Board is teaming with community and support with everything from refining the protocol to meet special dietary needs to uses for the abundance of collard greens that came in the CSA Box to how to smoothly transition off of sugar!
The detoxer who posted the original message, confiding her concern about coming off of sugar to her detox mates, didn’t let her fear of change hold her back.
What’s holding you back?
If you’ve been on the fence, don’t let fears or special needs impede your desire for gaining more control over your hormones.
One of the beauties of the Estrozen Detox is that you have the support of a devoted nutrition team ~ well-versed in helping thousands of participants make the seemingly impossible, possible ~ right at your fingertips.
It’s not to late to join us to become the zen master of your own biochemistry.
P.S. Got questions for us? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
P.P.S. If it’s finances that are holding you back, do let us know. We want to creatively help you have the experience that can truly change your life. Contact support@replenishpdx.
com to get in touch.
Check out the great Facebook thread in response to our giveaway contest last week!
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