Just curious if anybody has any solid information (not just guesses) regarding doing the master cleanse whilst taking antidepressants and if it's safe for people who deal with depression.
I try to be a pretty healthy eater. I don't drink, smoke or anything.
The only thing I do take is my wellbutrin and lamictal everyday.
I just feel I need a physical / spiritual cleaning of sorts.. I am a vegetarian who wants to go vegan and get off all dairy products.
I am not overweight but I would like to lean down also - since I went on the lamictal I have gained a bit of extra belly weight- not a lot but I'd like to get back to a leaner waist and cleaner diet.
Is there any good reason that anybody knows of why this cleanse would not be good for me?
oh also, would like to mention- i am in london at the moment and finding the winter a bit difficult.. i have very low energy .. and have been sick with colds on and off and feeling a bit mucusy - I think the cleanse would also help with this.
tho i still want to be able to do yoga and exercise while im doing it.
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