Using a Support Group throughout the Refresh & Rejuvenate Purification Program

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With 2016 soon approaching, the new year is the perfect time to try Mannatech’s Refresh and Rejuvenate Purification Program. If you have already completed the program, now is the perfect time to complete the 30-day program again.

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To set yourself up for success throughout the program, one best practice is to ensure you have a support group in place to help you achieve the results you want, and to encourage you and keep you on track. Below are some best practices and tips for ensuring you have a support group in place:

  • Get a Refresh and Rejuvenate partner – Ask your spouse, friend or family member to try the cleanse with you. When you have someone to share meals with, it makes cooking and eating the right foods a breeze because you have someone following along with you. This is also a great way to keep each other on track!
  • Start an online group – Share tips, recipes and successes with other Refresh and Rejuvenate program participants from around the world by starting a Facebook group, an email chain, a Twitter chat or even a group text message. Share before and after photos and send encouraging messages to other cleanse followers.
  • Start a hometown group – Recruit your group of friends, religious study groups, PTA members, or other extra-curricular friends. This enables your group to meet in-person on a weekly or monthly basis to share recipes and tips for completing the program with a bang. You can see the results for yourself through the progress of your friends!

Ensuring you have the proper support group in place will help you to make the most of the Refresh and Rejuvenate Purification Program. Be sure you have your Refresh and Rejuvenate pack for 2016, and share this amazing program with family and friends.

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