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!