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Food Matters TV Hosts 7-Day Cleanse

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Join Food Matters and an online community of participants in a guided 7-day body cleanse Oct. 23 - 29, 2017

MOOLOOLABA, AUSTRALIA, October 21, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Cleansing is an age-old practice that dates back to Roman, Greek, Indian, and Native American cultures. It is a powerful method of eliminating toxins from your body and unhealthy habits from your daily life. From October 23 - 29, 2017 revolutionary health-and-wellness streaming platform FMTV (Food Matters TV) will be hosting their second ever "Start Together, Finish Together 7-Day Group Cleanse."

The first group cleanse was held this past April and over 5,000 people world wide joined together and cleansed their bodies through nourishing soups, smoothies and juices.

Participants learn how to:

- Feel energized and alive
- Lose weight and keep it off
- Remove toxins from your body safely
- Boost your immune system
- Heal your body from the inside out
- Reset your metabolism and kick the cravings
- Sharpen your mind and remove the fog

As FMTV founders James Colquhoun and Laurentine ten Bosch share in the program's welcome letter:

"Let us be your nutrition coaches and help you eat better, shop healthier and gently detox your body. Day by day, we will hold your hand with meal plans, shopping lists, recipes, and yoga and meditation videos. You'll be supported by the entire Food Matters team, plus thousands of other FMTV members who will be going through the cleanse alongside of you. ... Studies show that anytime a group of people come together for a common purpose or goal, our success is much greater than what we can create on our own."

It's not too late to join the 7-day cleanse. Those interested in the healing benefits of soups, juices and smoothies may also want to check out FMTV's FREE 5-part workshop in preparation for the cleanse.

Here's what people are saying:

"What a wonderful program, all the information needed to be successful! Thank you to Laurentine, James and everyone who helped this guided program come to fruition. My husband and I did the program together and felt wonderful during the week. We lost weight and dropped our blood pressure significantly, which I wasn't expecting in 7 short days. I have such gratitude for being introduced to FMTV through my daughter who sent a link to the Sleep and Stress Program, which changed our lives. Now onto the 21-Day Program!" - JoLene H.

"This is the easiest cleanse I've done. It always amazes me how my body says 'thank you' for the digestion break/rest with all this energy and lightness. Thank you for making the shopping list and prep work so easy. I love how the video instructions and the fact that the recipes repeat later in the week to keep it simple and economize on the ingredients. Well done!" - Susan S.

For more information, contact Executive Publicist Michelle Tennant Nicholson at Michelle@WasabiPublicity.com or 828-749-3200.

Online press kit: www.FMTV.onlinepresskit247.com
Public site: www.FMTV.com

About FMTV: Documentary filmmakers James Colquhoun and Laurentine ten Bosch created Food Matters TV, a revolutionary platform that gives people essential tools to take charge of their health. When James' father became chronically ill in 2008, they quit their jobs to co-write and produce "Food Matters," an internationally acclaimed documentary about the medical and healthcare industries. Their revolutionary multi-media hub, Food Matters TV, has become a leading resource in the natural health world with over 54 million visitors since 2008. Their latest documentary, "Hungry For Change" (2012), reveals how the diet and processed food industries are the enemies of permanent weight loss, vibrant health and natural living. Since its premiere in March 2012, the film has been viewed by more than 1 million people worldwide. James and Laurentine both studied at the Global College of Natural Health in Santa Cruz, California. The duo dedicates their lives to transforming people's health and believes that "your body is worthy of good care and no one is more suitably qualified to care for it than yourself." James was raised in Australia and Laurentine is from Holland. For more information, visit www.FMTV.com.

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