A.D. Dolphin, the CEO of Dherbs Inc., recently appeared on the Steve Harvey Show to share tips on making raw food recipes.
According to the website, Dherbs.com’s Full Body Cleanse requires a diet of raw foods such as raw nuts, seeds and fresh fruits and vegetables. Viewers who tuned into the episode learned how to get creative with their diet. A.D. Dolphin showcases unique recipes such as raw walnut tacos, zucchini noodles and a kale smoothie. Viewers are encouraged to visit Dherbs.com to learn more about the products and Full Body Cleanse.
Steve Harvey also shared his story of how he used the Dherbs Full Body Cleanse to lose weight. A.D. Dolphin helped Harvey lose up to 12 pounds with the raw food diet. The episode aired on Monday, February 6th, 2017, and fans can view the episode on the official Steve Harvey Show website.
Dherbs Inc., is the online source of herbal supplements, cleanses and raw food recipes. Their mission is to help people to reclaim and take responsibility for their health. The Dherbs Inc. headquarters are located in Los Angeles, and the company serves customers all over the world.
The products found on Dherbs.com include herbal teas, supplements, inhalers, bath oils, eye kits and various cleanses. There are products designed for men, women and even children. Dherbs.com also features articles, recipes, a food database, a food combining chart, customer journals and the opportunity to ask an herbalists your questions. They also have more products available on Amazon, including the full body cleanse, and the Yoni cleanser.
The Full Body Cleanse is a 20 day program designed to rejuvenate and strengthen the body. There are many benefits of using this program, such as improving the immune system, increasing energy levels and reducing weight. The Full Body Cleanse Express is similar to the original Full Body Cleanse, but refreshes and strengthens the body in half the time. The other cleansing products include the Blood Cleanse, Colon Cleanse, Liver Cleanse and the Anti-Viral Cleanse.
The Dherbs episode of the Steve Harvey Show was designed to give viewers an idea of how the raw food diet works. Viewers can learn more about the diet, recipes and cleansing programs by visiting the official Dherbs website. Read more about them on Facebook, or check out what Dherbs.com has cooked up next through Pinterest.
Every student at Georgetown has heard of Sweetgreen, weather it be for a quick lunch between class, a post-workout snack or even as a “Destination D.C.” during a particularly unadventurous New Student Orientation. However, as of six years ago, the only Hoyas that knew about Sweetgreen were founders Jonathan Neman, Nathaniel Ru and Nicolas Jammet. By the beginning of senior year, these three had discussed the limited options of affordable and healthy food within Georgetown. Shortly after they began discussing their plans, they had laid out a vision and had developed their business plan. However, there was barely any prior experience amongst the three. And while all of their parents had been successful entrepreneurs, the three didn’t know what it took in order to build a business , and knew even less about working in the food industry. The lack of experience would later turn out to be the key for Sweetgreen’s success as it would provide an opportunity, allowing every problem to be approached with a fresh set of eyes according to Jammet. Sweetgreen was originally located on M Street, and ended up being just 500 square feet, as well as limited resources that only pushed the group to be creative and determining what it was that they could not do without, this being a commitment to quality and sustainability ingredients. In 2010, the Sweetgreens in Schools program was launched, which seeked to help educate children about healthy living and nutrition through a variety of workshops and hands-on activities. When the second location of Sweetgreen began to fail, the founders decided to begin incorporating music, and this beginning the idea of Sweetlife, which would be a food and music festival. Currently, since starting up their business in Georgetown 13 years ago, the amount of healthy dining options on campus have improved.
While he was a senior at Georgetown, along with friends, Nathaniel Ru developed an eco-friendly frozen yogurt and salad eatery. After Ru graduated in 2007, it was only three months before sweetgreen was opened. In it’s first year, Sweetgreens grossed over 1 million dollars. Sweetgreens has recieved numerous press releases, such as USA Today, The Washington Post, Forbes, Food & Wine, Washingtonion, Bloomberg, CNBC, CBS and others.