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Along with my exercise regimen, <strong>I cleanse once a month a period of 3-4 days.</strong> Earth Bar has a great line targeted toward whatever needs you might have. I like the liver cleanse the best. They`re all fruit juices essentially, it has <strong>beet, apple, carrot, lemon, aloe, and ginger.</strong>Cold pressed juices allow you to get a ton of servings of fruits and vegetables that you should be eating, but you don`t necessarily have the time or capacity to actually eat that many. When I am on the cleanse, I eat a light breakfast with plain toast and a fruit salad. Then for lunch I will just drink this. I will eat a small snack like an apple or a peach around 4pm. Then at 6, I eat dinner, and eat whatever we normally eat, but I eat smaller portions, splitting it into two small dinners.
Right now my exercise regimen is the <strong>100 workout: </strong>
100 Jumping Jacks
70 Leg lifts
60 Jumping Jacks
30 Leg Lifts
20 Jumping Jacks
Run for 10 Minutes
Using Earth Bar Cleanse once a month for 3-4 days, along with regular exercise, <strong>it does make my body feel more energized and gives me a sort of clean feeling.</strong> The 100 Workout might seem intense, but it keeps me motivated to exercise every day. When I have come up with my own routines, sometimes I`ll skip certain things, but I get a little OCD if I skip the order for the 100 Workout :P
I would suggest this for the younger crowd like me, so people ages 20-35. I`m not being ageist, here are my reasons:
<strong>1)</strong> I think Earth Bar Cleanse is <strong> much less intense</strong> compared to other cleanse lines out there. If your parents cleanse you might know what I`m talking about! Most young people aren`t at that responsible age where they put their health first, some might claim they do, but their lifestyle says different! Therefore, I`m not willing to sacrifice a day to sit on a toilet ;)
<strong>2)</strong>The Earth Bar Cleanse is more affordable compared to other systems. It`s <strong>$60 a day,</strong> and that`s the most affordable price I`ve been able to find. Some go up to $100-$150. $60 is a reasonable price for me, it just means eating out less, which also keeps me healthier and saves me quite a bit of money. Older people can afford those more expensive regimes.
<em>Do you cleanse on a regular basis? If so, what line do you use?</em>