Ready to feel FREAKING AMAZING?!

Now you can with

Dirty Girl

A book about getting clean…from someone who clearly was not.

A practical guide for avoiding and removing toxins in every part of your life. 

OMG. YES!

Dr. Wendie Trubow & Dr. Ed Levitan

The Dirty Details

Refreshingly Authentic. Deeply Knowledgeable. A clear roadmap for taking back your life from the toxins that stole it.

An entertaining and educational read full of humor, wit and knowledge based upon Dr. Wendie and Dr. Ed’s years of practicing functional medicine.

Their unique perspective comes from Wendie’s own battle with toxins and the subsequent problems they caused. From recognition to removal, you’ll find practical tips and a clear roadmap to feel amazing again.  

If you’ve suffered with the following issues, but found no answers, you MUST read this book!

  • Brain fog
  • Lack of energy
  • Low libido
  • Weight gain
  • Anxiety/Depression
  • IBS
  • Hair loss/dry, brittle nails

"Doctors Wendie Trubow and Ed Levitan offer hope and guidance for reclaiming the vibrant health, mental clarity, and youthful energy we once had. They share a clear detox protocol and the important ways to limit your exposure to environmental toxins to rejuvenate our bodies, help us resist disease and truly enjoy life at a higher level."

-Mark Hyman, M.D.

I was the Poster Child for Clean living…So why did I look and feel so wrong?

Excerpt from the book:

“I didn’t intentionally do anything to deserve being the dirty girl I was. I never once replied to a text saying: ‘wine not?’ Nor have I ever flirted my way to the front of a line at a club, well maybe I did once or twice.

Regardless, some would say I was the Poster Child for Clean living. I didn’t eat sugar. I said “no” to refined carbs. I didn’t drink alcohol. I didn’t smoke. And I exercised like a fiend. I was doing everything right! So why did I look and feel so wrong? Where was the energy I used to have? The quick wit? Why were all my clothes so tight? Why couldn’t I remember my middle name sometimes? Why did the idea of having sex sound about as fun as staring at cement? And somebody, please tell me: why is my hair falling out?

Why? Because I was one hot toxic mess. Which begs the next question: how did that happen?”

That sounds like me! I want to read it!

Word on the Street