Comments on: Full Review: Be Well Cleanse Healthy Eating and Healthy Living for a Happy Life! Sun, 24 Dec 2017 16:28:43 +0000 hourly 1 By: shiron Sat, 18 Feb 2017 09:26:36 +0000 how do I order for this I am in kenya

By: Angela Wed, 22 Oct 2014 22:47:47 +0000 Hi Jennifer,

That stinks. I will update her comment so no others have this experience.


By: Jennifer Nall Wed, 22 Oct 2014 22:19:15 +0000 This is in response to Mizz Mo – I ordered from the items for the cleanse and never received them. I have tried and tried to contact the company and they will not answer. So, buyers beware when ordering from this company. Guess that is what I get for trying to go the cheaper route.

By: Angela Thu, 19 Jun 2014 19:52:05 +0000 Nicely done, Mizz Mo – thanks for the tip!

By: Mizz Mo Wed, 18 Jun 2014 19:57:57 +0000 Hello,

I found your review while searching for more information on the Be Well Cleanse. It was very helpful!!! Thanks so much for the information!

I ordered the cleanse – then did some more investigating (a little too late). The cleanse is made by Designs for Health. The regular cleanse is the following: Paleo Cleanse, Plant Enzyme Digestive Formula, GI Microb-X and L-Glutamine. For the Plus Cleanse just add S-Acetyl Glutathione Synergy and Probiotic Supreme. If you Google you will find these for MUCH less. (REDACTED BY BLOG AUTHOR) seems to have the best prices right now.

Also, Be Well’s Multi Vitamin is Designs For Health’s DFH Complete Multi – and the fish oil is OmegAvail Ultra.

I figured you (and others) could use this information if you choose to do it again – but save some money.

Thanks again for your review!
Mizz Mo 🙂

By: Debbie T Tue, 20 Nov 2012 02:28:04 +0000 Thanks for that link. I’ll listen when I’m on my laptop.

By: Angela Mon, 19 Nov 2012 04:05:38 +0000 Interesting, Debbie. Here is a great podcast that talks about things you can do. The hypothyroid question is about 26:25 minutes into the audio. The answer was really in-depth, and he talks about the gluten thing…

But, you’re right, I think once you’re on the medication, you can’t go off.I can be so pig-headed about this stuff and don’t want to start the meds unless it is a necessity.

Keep me posted on your gluten-free adventures in baking. Fun that you are getting your vintage Kitchenaid back! Surprisingly, so far it hasn’t been that hard to avoid gluten – but then again, I am basically eating raw fruits and veggies all day due to no kitchen! We did get a full size fridge today, hooray!

By: debbie T Sun, 18 Nov 2012 19:51:22 +0000 Fascinating!

I’ve been on Levoxyl for as long as I can remember…years and years. I don’t think it’s possible for me to ever get off the meds, because I’ve heard in passing that your thyroid gets lazy and can’t make the hormones on it’s own anymore once you’ve been on the meds…but I don’t know how true that statement is. I’ve never researched it.

But I’m wondering how you do on gluten-free…I don’t think I’d be able to do it, not sure…but I did just borrow a bunch of gluten free books from the library this week. It’s an interesting subject, especially since everyone is looking into it. The recipes seem to be a lot better now.

I got a couple from Elizabeth Hasselbeck along with gluten free on a shoestring and a baking book.

I’m excited because I have a vintage Kitchenaid mixer in the shop to be fixed, hoping to get it back week after thanksgiving. My BIL gave it to us years ago, and DH has never been able to fix it. So, we are finally getting it fixed professionally.

Looking forward to baking some yummy goodies, including maybe some gluten-free sometime. We’ll see.

By: Angela Sun, 18 Nov 2012 19:04:41 +0000 Hi Debbie,

I’m going to get re-tested after Thanksgiving, so we’ll see. My TSH levels were at 5.05 in mid-October. I’ll definitely report back. I can tell you I feel great! I am rested, and in fact, can stay up easily until 11:00 these days. I was in a pattern where I was asleep by 8 p.m. for quite some time. It’s a crazy difference.

I don’t eat much soy at all, but that’s a great question. In fact, I stay clear of it as much as possible – even stopped buying anything with even a bit of soy lecithin. Since soy is so heavily GMO in the U.S., it’s on my “no” list, though I admit to using a bit of tofu when I first stopped eating as much meat. But I really don’t like it much, so I stopped using it over a year ago.

In any case, I have a family history of hypothyroid (and even my younger brother has it), so it was likely just a matter of time. I am doing everything in my power to avoid going on hormones, including going gluten free. Apparently gluten has a large impact on thyroid function, and not eating it could honestly be a big part of why I am feeling better.

I’ll keep you posted!

By: debbie T Sun, 18 Nov 2012 18:17:07 +0000 Oh and I’m curious. I don’t think you do, but do you eat a lot of soy? I read somewhere awhile ago, that vegetarians that eat a lot of soy can develop problems with hypothyroid.