She also has herbal recommendations for various situations along with supplements. In addition, she gives you ingredients to look for in our typical beauty products so we have a clearer idea of what to avoid (mainly xenoestrogens--Eric and I have been reading about the effects of all these plasticizing agents for a while).
I also decided to hold off on the cleanse until closer to Spring. I was inspired by this book to focus on my basic blood sugar for a while. (I do tend to get headaches along with some other symptoms of this sort of disarray.)
I just started Sabbath as Resistance. (Our Sunday School class will be reading this as Lent starts. I haven't been too good about attending said Sunday School class, but I usually still read along even though sleeping in on Sunday is my modus operandi.) I do so love the idea of having more fuel for my "slow down!" fire. One of the coolest things he has already done as I've read is to equate our materialistic/productivity-obsessed culture to Pharaoh and the gods "preceding" YHWH (Exodus).