The first day of (detox) Christmas

I forgot to put up the first detox press release of this Christmas season. I know I shouldn’t laugh, but I can’t help it.  Sense about Science on detox remains good.

Please see attached some information on Chris James’s brand new 12 Day Mind & Body Cleanse. I’ve also attached his biography so you can read more about the man behind the product. As I am sure you are aware, cleanse/detox regimes are ideal to undertake in the new year after the Christmas bloat. Other good times are spring & autumn because our metabolism changes so it is a good time to give it a boost along with recharging the digestive system. Chris recommends his Cleanse is undertaken twice per year – really easy to do!

Should you be interested to meet Chris I would be delighted to organize a tea/coffee somewhere or deskside meeting. Alternatively, should you be interested in a complimentary 1-1 yoga session with Chris, I can certainly arrange this.

If you would like to trial the Mind & Body Cleanse please do let me know and I can have a pre-production sample sent to you.

I have recently undertaken the Cleanse and I feel amazing. It really is brilliant. I lost over half a stone and my skin has never been so good. I also feel lighter and more energized. It is so easy to follow that you do not feel like you are doing anything drastic, but the amount of toxins eliminated is intense – a great thing to do twice per year!

If you have any questions at all please don’t hesitate to get in touch. Chris is also available for comment/ quotes.

2 Responses to “The first day of (detox) Christmas”

  1. Dr Phil Hammond December 20, 2010 at 4:50 pm #

    Margaret

    I misread this as if it were you advocating detox and nearly choked on my magical healing muesili. Where does this one come from?

    Phil

    ps Great BMJ piece – referral form meltdown is bad enough for GPs but my junior doctor days were also blighted with running the length of the hospital with an urgent path request only to be told (rather curtly) that I had ‘the wrong form’. How many patients have died waiting for the right one?

  2. Margaret McCartney
    margaretmccartney December 29, 2010 at 9:25 pm #

    ho ho ho

    I shall email you the press release. there’s another dozen if you wish:

    A kind person has pointed out to me that GPs have no contractual obligation to use any forms of any type in referring to hospital. That’s interesting, isn’t it…..

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