Hey Steph: Cleansing, Sensitive Skin Recommendations, Sweet Potatoes/Peanuts/Legumes

Hey Steph: Cleansing, Sensitive Skin Recommendations, Sweet Potatoes/Peanuts/Legumes

I have been want­i­ng to do this for ages. Cen­turies, in fact. This marks the begin­ning of a reg­u­lar blog post con­tain­ing ques­tions from emails I receive from my love­ly peo­ple. It will be called “Hey Steph” which sounds a lot hip­per than “Dear Abby.” A lot of ques­tions fil­ter­ing into my inbox can be of help to oth­ers with sim­i­lar ques­tions, hence why they’re being post­ed here with my pub­lic answers. And don’t wor­ry, I’m keep­ing everyone’s last names and emails pri­vate. Note: I’ll be mak­ing any edits/additions and link­ing up bits as need­ed. Here we go: Okay so I fin­ished read­ing your book and the cleans­ing and par­a­site sec­tion con­fused me so can you please give me the ways you remove par­a­sites like step by step and how long as well as colon liv­er and gall­blader cleans­es? Oh and have u ever tried the Evan new­ly whipped shea but­ter with vanil­la if so can you tell me if you liked it? Oh and I loved you book. Ally Just to clar­i­fy, the book is not about cleans­es and doesn’t cov­er them in detail because I don’t often rec­om­mend them. Cleanse-type pro­to­cols are real­ly only for peo­ple who have imple­ment­ed all the tools laid out in the book and are find­ing that they STILL have some pim­ples. Eat­ing the way I rec­om­mend is often enough to “cleanse” and I warn again­st doing any so-called cleans­es like the “mas­ter cleanse” or “gall­blad­der flush.” They are not at all healthy or nour­ish­ing for your body. The whole idea of a cleanse is to help your body flush out stored waste, which our body does...