With this book, it was love at first cover. I loved it: a white cover with a glass of water, and the promising words "Remove, Restore, Rejuvenate." But the best news is that the book actually backs up the glossy cover with substance.
I must say that I love books written by physicians, and Clean marks no exception to that. Currently a New York Times bestseller, the book esssentially advocates a detoxifying cleansing program in which your body learns to listen to itself and begin feeding it what it really needs to be in balance.
Included in Junger’s Cleanse plan is consideration of allergens and irritants in one’s diet, reminding readers that “some of the most common foods in the American diet have hidden irritating effects” (p.152). Most of all, readers may appreciate the Clean Recipes that fill pages 235-282, including fish and vegetarian recipes, among others.
Enjoy the wisdom this book offers, and use it as a springboard to look at your life and make the changes you need to make you feel happier, healthier, and - yes - cleaner.