I'm Linda. I am a mother of three who loves the outdoors, drives a gray mini-van and am a former junk-food junkie.
When I say junk food junkie, I mean it. I binged on bad-for-you bar food like mozzarella cheese sticks, sliders, chicken wings, and loaded nachos.
In college, my roommates AND their PARENTS would call me the “garbage disposal.” No joke. In fact this was a common convo in our apt.:
“I’m full, I can’ eat anymore,” says Roommate 1.
“Give it to, Linda. She’ll eat anything,” responds Roommate 2.
And they were right. Little did I know how badly I would pay for the abuse that I was doing to my body years later….
One school morning, I had hit snooze way too many times. I overslept--again! My kids and husband were already at the door putting on their shoes to leave. At that moment I realized I just couldn’t function the way I needed to or the way I WANTED to. I felt sluggish, tired, couldn't concentrate, and was grumpy all.the.time. I felt plain gross. I couldn’t get out of bed in the mornings to fix lunches or even brush my children’s hair. My husband had to do it all.
I was in a pathetic physical state that was spilling into my emotional state. That’s a disastrous combination and I didn't know how to combat it. I know you know what I’m talking about.
So I did what any other female in my circle was doing--I went to the doctor to get my thyroid checked because I’m “at that age” (whatever THAT means), and all “levels were good.” If all my blood work and my physical came back normal, then what was going on?
Turns out my body was communicating WITH me. Yes, it was saying “Hey Linda! You are what you eat and since you eat crap, well guess what? You ARE crap!” #truestory
That was a rude awakening and a harsh reality for me. I didn't want to acknowledge how I was feeling. So there I was feeling crappy, so then I thought it would just be ok to treat the people I love crappy. No, it wasn't a conscious decision to do this, and the mom guilt really sank in, but I just couldn't help myself. How did I get here? I never intended to be this way!
Turns out that I needed a detox in a MAJOR way. My physical state was wrecking my life as a mom: I was increasingly impatient with my AMAZING kids (I’m not exaggerating; they really are top-notch!), I was tired all.of.the.time, and I slept like crap. My body and soul had had enough and it was time for a change.
Thankfully, I did change my eating habits when and old college friend encouraged me to do so. Day 1 was a nightmare, but I made it through and it unveiled a new life for my family and me.
I did a detox with REAL FOOD—no supplements or other crazy woo-woo stuff (but I did by a juicer! #guilty), and my life started to take a turn for the better. I had more energy, vitality, and was given a dose of happiness—I may have even lost a few pounds and my skin may have looked like it was moisturized with the glow of morning dew from fairyland!
But the MOST important change I experienced was my EMOTIONAL wellbeing and the EMPOWERMENT to move forward with courage in my life. I had emerged as a new person, a new mother, and most importantly, a new WOMAN. I had gone from zero to hero within my soul, and this discovery had an amazing ripple effect on those closest to me: my husband and my kids. This change was absolutely priceless and I know that it can happen for you too.
Now I am able to share this transformational empowerment with woman just like YOU! I am so pleased that you’re here and that you know, deep down inside, that there is divine power in your soul that is waiting to be unleashed. I’m here to let you know that I can help you do that. I can help you unleash your potential and power through something as simple as changing what’s at the end of your fork.
So, Momma, are you ready to discover your divine potential and power? Are you ready to take back your body, your health, AND YOUR LIFE?!
Don’t put yourself off any longer. Take action to take back your life. You will NOT regret it.
So, one morning into motherhood, I realized that I just couldn’t function. I felt sluggish, tired, and was grumpy all.the.time. I felt plain gross. I did have my thyroid checked because I’m “at that age” (whatever THAT means), and all “levels were good.” I couldn’t figure out why I was so grumpy, tired, and had sleep headaches. Turns out that I needed a detox in a MAJOR way. My physical state was wrecking my life as a mom: I was increasingly impatient with my AMAZING kids (I’m not exaggerating; they really are top-notch!), I was tired all.of.the.time, and I slept like crap. I thought I was eating a healthy diet, but it turns out, I was treating my body like crap, and thus, by body decided to do the same to me. Boo.
Long story short, I did a detox with REAL FOOD—no supplements or other crazy woo-woo stuff (but I did by a juicer! #guilty), and my life started to take a turn for the better. I had more energy, vitality, and was given a dose of happiness—I may have even lost a few pounds and my skin may have looked like it was moisturized with the glow of morning dew from fairyland!
So, Momma, are you ready? If you are, find the program that best suits YOU and what you're ready for. Grab either the 5-day or 30-day menu plan with shopping list and let’s get your life back! You’ve got nothing to lose but belly bloats and sluggishness!
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After Linda's full 30-day program, I had heightened spirituality. Revelation came more frequently and was clear. I was happier, my skin looked more beautiful than ever, increased my energy, and I even loved myself more than ever. I was no longer addicted to sugar!
I would most definitely recommend detox4moms for anyone who has failed in starting a cleanse, for those who need accountability, and for those who truly desire a change but can't get do it alone.
This detox is a must-do for moms who everywhere!
I felt so supported by Linda. I LOVED our weekly chats and calls. I felt much more centered after the detox and after the one-on-one chats with Linda. I definitely recommend detox4moms for anyone who wants to feel great again!
Linda was great and was helpful without being pushy; she encouraged me and helped me improvise when needed!
I would recommend anyone to try it. Why not? Does anyone really have a reason not to try something that may change their life?