Kaeng Raeng Now “Skinny Bitch” Approved
Industry: Health and Nutrition
Popular vegan cleanse program receives official endorsement from author Kim Barnouin and Healthy Bitch Daily.
Palo Alto, CA (PRUnderground) February 3rd, 2011
Kaeng Raeng Inc., a nutraceutical company based in Palo Alto, is proud to announce that its flagship product, Kaeng Raeng detox, has received an official endorsement from Kim Barnouin, author of the popular “Skinny Bitch” diet book series, and Healthy Bitch Daily, a leading online resource for men and women’s health.
The review can be found online at www.healthybitchdaily.com and reads as follows:
This year, you vowed you’d kick your sugar habit and cut down to two cocktails a week, but your social calendar had other plans.
Now your body is rebelling. It’s time for drastic measures, but a diet of maple syrup and cayenne pepper makes you want to vom. Not to worry – fasting (aka starving) isn’t going to make you feel better. But cleansing can.
I swear by vegan detox meal replacement program Kaeng Raeng. Kaeng Raeng helps to peel off pounds, relieve bloating, improve digestion, bolster immunity, enhance energy, and give you that natural vegan glow – without depriving you.
Ok, so we told you about Kaeng Raeng back in August…but I just can’t get enough of it. Packed with vitamins and nutrients, this cleanse is unlike anything else out there. One serving contains a full serving of raw fruit, a full serving of fiber, 15 grams of non-GMO soy protein, 2 billion live probiotic cultures, and daily vitamin – the real deal.
Drinking it is a no-brainer. Just add one pouch to 24-32 ounces of water, juice or non-dairy milk. You can also blend it with frozen fruit or ice to make a kick-ass smoothie! Just drink it three times per day for three to six days. But the best part: you can eat as many raw fruits and veggies as you want, so you won’t be a hungry bitch.
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Kaeng Raeng is 100 percent vegan, gluten-free, caffeine-free, peanut-free and made with only USA based ingredients. It contains no artificial colors, flavors, sweeteners, or preservatives. It comes in 3 day or 6 day packages and in three levels: Beginner, for first time detoxers, Veteran, for those having done at least one detox, and the Master (you know who you are).
As part of the review, Kaeng Raeng participated in a promotion, giving away one 3-Day Beginner program to a Healthy Bitch Daily reader, as well as offering free reusable bottles and free shipping for January 31, 2011.
Healthy Bitch Daily wrote about Kaeng Raeng in August 2010 and lauded it as a “healthier alternative to fasting.”
“We are so excited about the endorsement from ‘Skinny Bitch’,” said Lindsay Reinsmith, founder and CEO of Kaeng Raeng. “Kaeng Raeng and Skinny Bitch really have the same message: go animal free and get healthy in a safe, natural way. HBD believes in healthy living, safe weight loss, and avoiding dangerous diets like fasting. They are advocates for our product and we are advocates for their message.”
Not only is the endorsement exciting for Kaeng Raeng, it has a personal impact as well.
“I became vegan because of Kim Barnouin and the ‘Skinny Bitch’ series,” Reinsmith said. “I know that getting healthy is closely connected to our relationship with healthy, natural, organic food, and I founded my own company on the spirit of raw veganism. It couldn’t be a more perfect fit!”
The brainchild of Kim Barnouin, co-author of New York Times Bestseller Skinny Bitch, Healthy Bitch Daily pays homage to the same ‘no-nonsense’ style that has made Skinny Bitch one of the bestselling paperbacks of all time with more than 2 million copies sold in 21 languages. Covering all the bases with food, health, fitness, style, beauty, and features on forward-thinkers in the areas of environmental and social awareness, Healthy Bitch Daily gets down and dirty with women on the things they are putting into and on their bodies.
Kaeng Raeng Inc is a privately-owned nutraceutical company based in Palo Alto, CA. Kaeng Raeng is available online at http://www.kaengraeng.com and in select Whole Foods Market stores in the US.