I've heard a lot about women doing a detox after having a baby, and doing a bunch of over hauling of their kitchen pantrys to eat better.
My question is, if you do a detox, how does that work? What do you eat/drink/ do for it?
What are some healthy ingredients that you have that are not easy ingredients?
I don't have the extra funds to buy mangos, tons of peppers, fruits (that are not normally in season) and an over load of veggies.
For our meals, we normally do a pasta, meat, veggie. so its not that we are 'picky' but for a tight budget, its hard to buy tons of more expensive items.
AND I live in Alaska, where produce is a lot more expensive than in the lower 48. So that is why I can't do tons of produce.
Asked by Anonymous at 5:54 PM on Jan. 8, 2010 in Health
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