Master Cleanse Author Announces Before & After Photo Contest

Just days after adding the Master Cleanse Coach to Apple’s App store, bestselling author Peter Glickman announced a before and after photo contest.

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If people discover the Master Cleanse because of their search for weight loss and then get healthier, it is a win-win situation.

Clearwater, FL (PRWEB) July 17, 2010

Just days after adding the Master Cleanse Coach to Apple’s App store, bestselling author Peter Glickman announced a before and after photo contest.

“Although the Master Cleanse was never intended to be merely a weight loss diet, no one can deny our current culture seems fixated on weight loss,” explained Peter Glickman. He is the author of the bestselling Master Cleanse book, Lose Weight, Have More Energy & Be Happier in 10 Days and publisher of The Master Cleanse Coach. “If people discover the Master Cleanse because of their search for weight loss and then get healthier, it is a win-win situation.”

“Even though people instinctively know that being overweight is not healthy, most of them do not know that when the body’s detoxification system is overloaded, it stores toxins primarily in fat cells.”

“I have been told that the body detoxifies naturally, so no one needs to do a cleanse. That may be true for those people who have a perfect diet, always exercise and do not smoke, drink or overeat, but I have never met anyone like that in the real world.”

“This contest is not just for people who have lost weight. People who have clearer skin, brighter smiles, better posture, and even underweight people who have gained weight are urged to enter.” Photos should be submitted to Glickman’s Master Cleanse Community (Community.TheMasterCleanse.com). Anyone needing Master Cleanse supplies or a book can go to TheRawFoodSite.com web store. The contest runs from 17 July to 30 September. The prizes? Better health for all and $100 for the winner.

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