Healthy Hollywood: Robin Wright’s Youth-Defying Detox

At 48, “House of Cards” actress Robin Wright looks absolutely sensational.

The Emmy nominee rocked a body-skimming jumpsuit on the red carpet for TV’s biggest night last month. And, the mother of two credits her age-defying complexion and flawless figure to the Reset Booster Cleanse Detox Program.

It’s a 21-day detox diet that helps eliminate toxins, improve skin and drain excess fat from your body.

Unlike other detoxes, The Reset Boost Cleanse doesn’t rely on juice fasts or pricey supplements. Instead, this nutrition program is all about eating whole/unprocessed foods. It’s actually a celebrity-tested plan that anyone of us mere mortals can do. It just takes a bit of discipline.

“Detox is about taking out your internal garbage so that your body can properly digest, absorb, utilize and eliminate,” explains The Reset Boost crew.

The cleanse is divided into 3 parts: the pre-detox (7 days), the detox (11 days) and the transition to clean eating (3 days).

“The first 7 days of the Detox will focus on pre-prepping for the Detox Phase. Remember, this Detox is about eliminating foods that may be causing unwanted inflammation and weight gain,” states the crew behind The Reset Boost. So, say farewell to common allergens like sugar, gluten, alcohol and dairy.

Next, it’s 7 days of healthy foods and cleansing drinks, before you begin to add back into diet some of the eliminated foods.

Whether you detox or not, one of the best drinks to add to your daily wellness routine is a morning lemon elixir. The Reset Detox teams shares with Healthy Hollywood this morning wake-up refresher. It’s an awesome way to jumpstart your metabolism and flush out toxins.

Morning Lemon Elixir

  • 1 cup warm or room temperature water
  • Juice from 1 lemon
  • 1 tsp. raw apple cider vinegar
  • Pinch of cinnamon, and 1 teaspoon raw honey, or a couple drops of stevia.

Stir and enjoy! 

-- Terri MacLeod

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