How much do you need to detox?
Have indulgent food habits taken over your life? Find out if it's time to give your body a break...
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Ok here goes... what's your name? *

(Just your first one is fine.)
 
Hey {{answer_aNeDsEefh9QZ}}, let's find out if you need to do a detox!

 
What indulgent dietary habit has made a regular appearance lately?


 
On average, how many convenience, processed foods do you eat?

(you know the ones - chips, sweets, processed meats, alcohol, fried foods, softdrinks, dairy products, biscuits, chocolate, cakes, condiments, sauces etc)










 
What does your exercise regime look like?


 
How’s your skin looking these days?


 
How often do you smoke cigarettes?


 
When you choose take-away foods, what’s your regular go-to?


 
How many coffees do you have a day?







 
When do you feel tired and exhausted?


 
What about any digestive symptoms?


 
In a typical week, how often do you feel stressed and anxious?


 
When you catch-up for ‘drinks’, how does the scenario play out?


Holy Moly {{answer_aNeDsEefh9QZ}}, you're pretty much Patsy Stone. I think you need to detox yesterday. You either haven’t been feeling the greatest for a little while with a handful of health issues, or you really love to party. Maybe it's both!

Whether it’s those creature comforts, habitual drinks and treats or being so stressed and exhausted you reach for the most convenient foods (and champagne) on offer. It happens. But you know what? It doesn’t have to stay this way. You have the choice to make some lifestyle changes that could completely turn your health and life around.

Check out kick! The 21 day detox ebook - it’s achievable, gentle and focused on nourishing the body with delicious foods and kicking the habits that don’t do us favours anymore. It’s totally worth it!
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Get ready to detox, {{answer_aNeDsEefh9QZ}}! You’re pretty much Julia Roberts - mostly healthy but loves to overindulge, maybe a little too much. I think a detox is on the cards.

It’s fun to indulge in treats on occasion (there should always be room for chocolate) but when they start to creep into everyday life and become the norm that’s when they start to affect our health. So whether it’s sugar, booze, caffeine or comfort foods it could be time to kick them for a short period of time and give your body a break. In doing so, you could increase your energy, be in a better mood and improve your skin and digestion.

Check out kick! The 21 day detox ebook - it’s achievable, gentle and focused on nourishing the body with delicious foods and kicking the habits that don’t do us favours anymore. It’s totally worth it!
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Congrats {{answer_aNeDsEefh9QZ}}! You’re one of the healthy ones....pretty much Miranda Kerr. Perhaps a gentle detox could help you stay on track.

If you’re already making an effort to eat healthy, move your body and keep the habits to a down-low then kudos to you, not many people fit this category. We can do what we can to stay healthy but unfortunately our environment still exposes us to moderate levels of toxins -  pollution, heavy metal exposure, pesticides and chemical fumes. Doing a detox once or twice a year can help someone like yourself reduce your overall toxic-load and continue to stay well. Then those days when you don’t feel the best, you’re able to bounce back more easily.

Check out kick! The 21 day detox ebook - it’s achievable, gentle and focused on nourishing the body with delicious foods and supporting the detoxifying organs with naturopathic supplements. It’s totally worth it!
Check out kick!
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