Health: Renew Life’s Total Body Rapid Cleanse Review and Tips, Day 3 of 7
Continued from Day 2:
This is Day 3 of this product review series on Renew Life’s Total Body Rapid Cleanse. For those of you who were concerned that I didn’t post Day 3 right away, I was under deadline with The Secret Lives of Librarians…only a couple more chapters to go! The cleanse had nothing to do with my delay in continuing this series.
Day 3 Tips:
- Drink water. Drink, drink, drink, drink, drink! No matter that you already drink 100 ounces a day already. Drinking 64 ounces a day is a bare minimum during the entire cleanse, I found, but for
day 3 (and possibly the later part of day 2), drink even more. Stay away from caffeinated beverages and anything that would sure as a diuretic or may you dehydrated.
Day 3 Results:
1. Another day of headache. This time, it required only 1 headache pill and was gone by mid-day.
2. Again, no gastric distress. I was worried because I had to drive all afternoon, but the concerns I’d read about in various reviews never happened. Day 3 is supposed to be the absolute worst of the cleanse, but my system took it very well, unlike with some people.
3. The worst part of the day was how dehydrated I became and how quickly. Throughout day 2, I drank, drank, drank. I went to bed around midnight, woke twice during the night to go to urinate, and woke about daylight in severe pain in my legs. OMG, I could barely stand up. My leg aches were worse than either the flu or the morning after climbing the steep steps of the Glastonbury Tor when I was out of shape.They just aaaaaached. This is a sign of dehydration, so I downed a bottle of water as quickly as I could and soon felt much better. The leg aches subsided. This cleanse does dehydrate so even the few hours between a bottle of water before bedtime and morning light had a strong effect on me. I kept a bottle of water nearby to sip on throughout the rest of the cleanse.
What happened on days 4-7?????
Where is Day 4?
Sorry–I’ll be back to finish the series when I’m done with work emergencies.