Suzanne Cox – Detox Plan
Suzanne Cox – formerly Vogue on television’s ‘Gladiators’ – presents this detox plan, combining healthy eating habits and yoga-based relaxation and toning exercises. Detox has become a lifestyle adopted by many celebrities, helping practitioners feel lighter, relaxed and purified.
The contemporary vogue for detoxing has its origins in practices thousands of years old, which more authentically include daily enemas. Fortunately Suzanne Cox (aka Gladiator Vogue) shows us a less intimidating way to give our bodies a service with her simple at-home two-day Detox Plan. With a carrot, rather than a stick, Cox gently but firmly leads you through detox preparation (hide all the caffeine, dairy, sugar, processed foods, cigarettes and alcohol) and into the detox itself. She takes her time to show you how to prepare the food and drinks you’ll be consuming, as well as how to kick-start the lymphatic system with gentle stretches, followed by a warm bath/cold shower combination. If the domestic setting, slow pace and occasionally amateurish camera work make this feel more like a home video than a glossy high-production-value number, then at least you’ll feel like detoxing is something you can realistically achieve at home. Cox also punctuates her soothing Delia Smith-like presentation with guest appearances from a nutritionist, naturopath, herbalist and yoga specialist to enrich the programme with advice, exercises and tips.
One major omission does sully this new-you scenario. Rather than showing you how to ease your way out of the detox, the video ends at the completion of the second day. To the inexperienced, this might indicate that it’s fine to crack open the booze and fry a T-bone on the third day. Despite how much care has been taken up to that point, the video ends up feeling hastily curtailed. On the whole, however, this is a very accessible, user-friendly, show-and-tell plan for those who want to relieve themselves of their toxic baggage. —Fiona Buckland
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Suzanne Cox – Detox Plan
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