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The #1 Stay Healthy Secret - Whole Body Cleanse(TM) from Enzymatic Therapy
Date:9/10/2009

GREEN BAY, Wis., Sept. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- This season, it's just plain smart to keep a strong, healthy immune system. That means getting enough sleep, eating a healthy diet and finding time to exercise. Unfortunately, there are body stressors you can't avoid. Environmental toxins are all around us and stress is just part of our daily lives. The effects of these toxins can result in a toxic burden that wears on all the body's systems. Whole Body Cleanse from Enzymatic Therapy(R) helps renew and revitalize your whole body from the inside out. This complete kit gently cleanses, detoxifies and rejuvenates the body in just 2 weeks. It goes beyond eliminating toxins - it's about boosting health.

"Environmental toxins come in many forms," says Gaetano Morello, ND. "These chemicals invisibly surround all of us. They're in the products we use, the buildings we live and work in, as well as the air we breathe, the water we drink, and the food we eat. A regular, deep-down cleanse should be a vital part of the healthy living routine."

Dr. Morello added, "Look at it this way: You take your car in for regular tune-ups to make sure it's running well and can face whatever the season brings. Whole Body Cleanse is like a complete body tune-up. It works gently and safely to flush out toxins and promotes your body's natural ability to detoxify itself. Regular cleansing with Whole Body Cleanse can help keep the immune system functioning at its peak."

Whole Body Cleanse can help you feel lighter, cleaner, and more energized by eliminating all the "extras" that weigh you down throughout the year. Now, as the seasons change, it's the time to take extra good care of yourself. Eat well, and keep your immune system strong for protection and rejuvenation you can feel. For more information on Whole Body Cleanse, go tohttp:/
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