Kale, Ginger, Lemon, Cilantro, Cucumber, Celery, flax oil, aloe juice, curry, cayenne, turmeric, nettle leaf
Give your body a boost by doing a simple detox. Giving your body a break is important. With all the stress that our bodies endure from environmental toxins, it’s important from time to time to detox and get rid of the harmful toxins that buildup in our bodies. Detoxing not only helps get rid of toxins, it’s also a time where our bodies can rest and heal.
This week’s winner was Denise Gabay Otten. This is her story:
“Twenty years ago when my first daughter had ezcema at 6 months old and used to throw up at every meal, even when it was breast milk…the doctors and I were stumped at how to get her to hold food down. I finally went to a chiropractor (Dr. John Pagano) who was ahead of his time. He told me the child was allergic to many foods. I should not feed her milk (which I did not) but formula that was soy. But she threw that up too. Then he suggested JUICING FRESH FRUIT, as well as an elimination diet (she was allergic to foods).
She had bottles of papaya, asian pear, and prickly pear every week. Just add some calcium into it so she could get her recommended dose of Calcium.
At 6 months old until she was 18 months, my daughter lived on fresh juice (& breast milk until she was 12 mos) She still has ezcema and allergies, but I suspect the JUICING helped her grow and stay strong with more vitamins that any other child was receiving. She’s now 20, strong and vibrant. Still has allergies, but she hasn’t juiced since she was 18 mos old.
I truly BELIEVE JUICING SAVED HER LITTLE LIFE, as she was NOT gaining weight because she was vomiting everything up.
So to all those mothers out there…yes, you can give your child FRESH JUICE from the JUICING MACHINE. But you should add extra calcium. Talk to your Pediatrician about that.”
Remember, we’re in this together.
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It’s that wonderful time of the week. It’s time for another exciting episode of Saturday Strategy!
Today I want to give you some foods and strategies to detoxify an organ that is vitally important for you and your body. This organ cleans your blood, regulates all of the water systems in your body, and works with all the other organs, specifically your liver, to optimize your body’s various functions.
Any idea what it is yet? Okay, here’s another hint: you have two of them…
Yup, you guess it! It’s your Kidneys!!!
Let me start off with giving you a few signs that your kidneys need to be detoxed…
– Unexplained Weight Gain
– Mood Swings
This is all possible because of a hormone imbalance in your body from your Kidneys being a little “dirty”. But don’t worry, I’m going to help you clean these up this week.
A natural diuretic and detoxifier, radishes will help your body pull toxins out of your bloodstream and kidneys. Since the kidneys act as a natural filter and can become a collection point for any toxins we consume, it’s important to help the body clean them out.
Alongside of tomatoes, watermelon has moved up to the front of the line in recent research studies on high-lycopene foods. Lycopene is a carotenoid phytonutrient that’s especially important for our cardiovascular health, and an increasing number of scientists now believe that lycopene is important for bone health as well. Among whole, fresh fruits that are commonly eaten in the U.S., watermelon now accounts for more U.S. intake of lycopene (by weight of fruit eaten) than any other fruit.
To avoid a morning hangover or headache; eat a few cucumber slices before going to bed. Cucumbers contain enough sugar, B vitamins and electrolytes to replenish many essential nutrients, reducing the intensity of both hangover and headache.
According to a 10-year study from the Netherlands about carrot intake and risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD)—and those results are fascinating. Intake of fruits and vegetables in the study was categorized by color and focused on four color categories: green, orange/yellow, red/purple, and white. Out of these four categories, orange/yellow (and in particular, foods with deeper shades of orange and yellow) emerged as most protective against CVD. And even more striking, carrots were determined to be the most prominent member of this dark orange/yellow food category. Participants who ate 50- or 75-grams more had an even more greatly reduced risk of CVD!
Studies indicate that parsley—especially its essential oil—may have a role in inhibiting cancerous tumors. In fact, scientists have billed it a ‘chemoprotective’ food.
The best-known sources of vitamin C are citrus fruits, so it may be a surprise to learn that 1 cup of chopped red cabbage has 56 percent of the recommended daily intake of this important vitamin. As an antioxidant, vitamin C fights inflammation and protects cells from damage that leads to chronic health conditions, such as heart disease
The potential health benefits of celery (and its seeds) include: lowering blood pressure, reducing the risk of cancer, and preventing age-related degeneration of vision.
For more recipes, ninja tactics, different things that you can do to improve your health around the holiday season to lose the weight and get the body that you want and the body that you deserve, check out the 5 Day Detox System. The brand new system that has transformed thousands of peoples’ lives.
The winner of this week’s juicer is:Cheri Nikkel
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