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The Be Well Cleanse has truly changed my life, and I don’t say that lightly. Like so many women, I was frustrated and fed up with diets and gimmicky products; then I finally discovered the Be Well Cleanse. I had tried so many things and nothing had worked, so when a friend suggested that I do the Be Well Cleanse with her, I felt like maybe if we did it together, I could finally be successful!
Scott, a 49-year-old man living a typical busy life, was relying on medications to get through his day. He would wake up feeling groggy and lethargic and would be falling asleep at his desk daily; he took that simply as a sign that it was time for more coffee. He went through the day feeling sluggish and had constant mood swings that were affecting both his relationships and his work. He was experiencing sore and achy joints and had horrible acid reflux that was so bad it was affecting his sleep; he was on high doses of Nexium as well as blood pressure medication.
If you’re in a position in which you can plan and prepare for pregnancy, there’s so much you can do to optimize both your chances of getting pregnant and your own nutrients to nurture a healthy baby with ease. When it comes to fertility and pregnancy, there are a lot of things that feel out of our control but how you treat your own body and what you eat are in your control. Give yourself time to prepare and allow space in your life, both emotionally and physically.