Gluten-free Monday: Two (or More) for Tea

So, it turns out, actual tea, aka camellia sinensis, is very good for the waistline. Dee, dee, dee, I am so great, I am so great.

What does this have to do with gluten? I suppose, one could say nothing. However, tea is often considered part of mindfulness, a non-alcoholic relaxation drink, often used at health spas, beauty salons and day salons.

As I return from yet another hiatus, now that almost two months have passed since my experience with a home cleanse, I am very glad I did the home cleanse. I think it has improved my health, and I think it has also improved my awareness of food and how the food I eat affects me. I also think I have been more scheduled and aware of my own energy and limits.

Having said that, I do think that if and when I decide to do another cleanse, I think I would want to go to a spa where I would have more support and where exercise and hydrotherapy resources were more developed. These places are expensive, but maybe I can find a Groupon or a discount or such.

Welcome me back!

About missbodie

The Dragon Lady is a life long tea drinker. Her first coffee shops were Big Boy and the Oriental Diner in downtown Milwaukee. She lives in our Nation's Capital with three bicycles and an energetic tabby cat.
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