Whole Health Designs launches 7-day raw renewal cleanse program

| July 16, 2015 | 2 Comments

Lisa Consiglio Ryan3 (2)Whole Health Designs  is excited to launch their summer 7-Day Raw Cleanse program, beginning on July 19th.  The Raw Renewal Cleanse focuses on eating light by purchasing fresh seasonal produce from local farmers markets and Community Supporting Agriculture (CSA’s). 

Raw Renewal Cleanse Program is a powerful, 7-day group detox program, combining seasonal whole food recipes with the support and accountability of like-minded people. During this cleanse, participants enjoy seasonal fruits, vegetables, leafy greens, nuts and seeds. Artificial sugars, processed foods and cheep vegetable oils are omitted from the daily diet. Without the toll of extra enzyme production while cooking food, the body will work more efficiently and the digestive system will get a break, allowing participants to shed a few pounds.

Whole Heath Designs Founder, Lisa Consiglio Ryan explains, “Since raw food is more popular and accessible than ever, the health benefits are legendary”. “With raw foods, you’ll be able to soak up a lot more enzymes that promote better sleep, elevated energy levels, and the ever-famous raw glow“, she continues.

Those who sign up for the cleanse will receive a step-by-step clean eating program with a shopping list, menu plan and recipes, removing all the guesswork along with support from Lisa Consiglio Ryan.  This program is designed specifically for women who juggle work, family and social lives.

This 7-Day Cleanse is currently on special for $79 per person. Anyone who is interested in signing up for this cleanse is encouraged to visit: http://wholehealthdesigns.com/raw-renewal/.

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