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posted by Lisa Johns on 04/06/2013
Getting past the first 72 hours is my favorite part of doing a cleanse. Some people say the first three days are the hardest part, but I have never struggled much in the beginning. I do find that a couple things typically come up during this time...
posted by Lisa Johns on 04/03/2013
I am getting married in less than two months and the need to stay strong and healthy in the final stages of our wedding planning has never been greater. Anyone who has walked down the aisle can attest to the stress that comes with planning a wedding. Not only have I been feeling overwhelmed, but I have also been getting sick a lot lately. I caught a wicked flu in October, and strep throat in February. That’s two major illnesses in the past six months!
posted by Bianca on 03/27/2013
Day 40 of my iZO Cleanse journey! I AM Triumphant!
I am grateful for how iZOcleanse has improved the Parkinson’s symptoms I have experienced during the last 5 years since the diagnosis. I can write clearly and legibly now. I am typing this like I did when I was a data entry operator (one of my first jobs at Kaiser). The tremors have diminished, the “freezing” episodes are very rare and I am walking faster and steadier than I have in years. In addition I have not had the energy I have today since the Parkinson’s diagnosis.
Here are the numbers:
posted by Bianca on 03/26/2013
As I start the 40th day of my incredible iZOcleanse experience I am full of gratitude for the past 40 days and excitement for what the future will bring.
I am grateful for the iZOcleanse nutrients that have been feeding me, cleansing me and reshaping my thought process when it comes to how I will nourish my body for my overall wellbeing.
posted by Bianca on 03/24/2013
Starting Day 38 of my iZOcleanse experience is exciting because I have a plan for transition into what my life is going to look like.
On Thursday I had my consultation with Ashley a Registered Dietician who works closely with the iZO team. Ashley gave me the road map I needed to confidently start my life post-iZO. We met for approximately an hour and I will be able to e-mail Ashley for 1 year with food logs, questions and any adjustments as necessary.
posted by Bianca on 03/21/2013
As I start my 35th day on iZOcleanse I am starting to plan my transition into meals. Today I will be meeting with Ashley a Registered Dietician. I am excited that I will be working with a professional that works closely with the iZO team and will have the right plan for me!
I have to tell you that I am not at a place yet where I can think of living without my iZO drinks. I love my day and each and every one of my drinks. I am, however, excited that the transition will be done correctly, I am doing it the right way.
posted by Bianca on 03/16/2013
My iZOcleanse adventure has provided so many positive improvements to my overall health and wellbeing vis a vis the Parkinson's, that I neglected to mention how GOOD my skin feels!
posted by Bianca on 03/13/2013
We were all set to spend 3 days in Disneyland this week. But timing is everything and this week was not the right time.
The good news, I have been on iZOcleanse for 25 days and I am feeling good. I am still taking half of one of my meds (again remember with my doctor’s OK). I am still experiencing a significant improvement of my Parkinson’s (PD) symptoms such as tremors, stiffness shuffling. I am still typing like a normal person, no hunt and pecking here, as well as, my handwriting looks as good as ever.
posted by Bianca on 03/09/2013
Day 22 of my iZOcleanse 40 day adventure! Getting ready for Disneyland!
I am getting ready to take my iZOcleanse adventure “On The Road”! We are spending 3 days in Disneyland and I will be taking iZO with me. One of the most important steps that I am taking in my continued resolve to improve my quality of life, regardless of Parkinson’s, is to “get out of the house”!
posted by Bianca on 03/06/2013
End of Day 20 – Half way to my iZOcleanse 40 day goal!
As I sit here drinking my last juice of the day (iZO Green) I am reviewing where I was vis a vis my Parkinson’s, where am I today and lastly where am I going in the next 20 days.
20 days ago I my symptoms were as follows:
• Constant tremors in my right arm, hand and leg
• Stiffness all over
• “Shuffling” when walking
• A Bloated abdomen and in the midst of a diverticulitis episode
• Edema in my lower legs, ankle and feet as well as my hands
• Unable to sleep more than 3-4 hours per night