21 Pounds in 21 Days by Roni DeLuz
The Martha's Vineyard Diet Detox

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This is the tough part about a cleanse, because once you start back with the solid foods you risk the weight gain all over again.
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Detox Your Body, Detox Your Life!

Detox diets are making news as the quickest, easiest way to shed pounds, boost your energy, and get yourself on a wellness track. One of the key advocates of the health benefits of cleansing detoxes is Roni DeLuz, ND. In 21 Pounds in 21 Days, DeLuz offers three different detox programs, focusing on detoxification through taking antioxidants, fasting, stress reduction, and lifestyle changes. Also included in the book are:

Maintenance plans Dozens of easy, delicious recipes Real-life tips An extensive glossary of terms A guide to supplements

21 Pounds in 21 Days isn't just for those looking to lose weight; everyone can benefit from this revolutionary detox diet that results in a clean, refreshed system that functions at its best.

 

About Roni DeLuz

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Roni DeLuz, RN, ND, PhD, founded the Martha’s Vineyard Holistic Retreat in 1997 to help others discover the path to wellness that she herself achieved after years of debilitating chronic illness. She has a PhD in natural health and a certificate as a naturopathic doctor from Clayton College of Natural Health/American Holistic College of Nutrition. She is a registered nurse and hydrotherapist and is recognized as a leading expert in the field of holistic health. She lives in Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts.James Hester spent years working as a record company executive before a health crisis led him to Roni DeLuz’s retreat. She helped him to lose more than forty pounds and turned his life around. He became so committed to her work that they became business partners in 2003. Their partnership resulted in the New York Times bestseller 21 Pounds in 21 Days. He lives in New York and Martha’s Vineyard.
 
Published March 17, 2009 by HarperCollins e-books. 242 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Cooking, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction
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Zimbio

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on Dec 27 2011

This is the tough part about a cleanse, because once you start back with the solid foods you risk the weight gain all over again.

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Diets in Review

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A fad is a fad, and as long as the media keeps saying we are being poisoned by our environment, people will keep looking externally for that quick fix to rid their bodies of toxins as a cure-all for everything.

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Eat Right. Academy of Nutrition and Dietics

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I would recommend parts of the book including the recommendation to eat more fresh fruits and vegetables, but the rest of this diet is too cumbersome for most people to follow.

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EzineArticles

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on Oct 19 2010

This is the tough part about a cleanse, because once you start back with the solid foods you risk the weight gain all over again.

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