INGREDIENTS:                                                              pomegranate pistachio coconut icecream
½ cup coconut sugar
400ml organic full fat coconut milk
400ml organic full fat coconut cream
3 egg yolks, whisked
seeds from 1 vanilla bean pod
pinch Himalayan salt
1 cup pistachios, shelled, toasted & roughly chopped
½ cup pomegranate seeds

Heat sugar, coconut milk and cream, egg yolks & vanilla seeds on a low heat, stirring continuously until sugar is dissolved.
Remove from heat, allow the mixture to cool before tipping it into a small non-stick loaf tin & place in the freezer.
After 2 hours, remove mixture and stir in the pistachios and pomegranate seeds.
Stir the mixture hourly for 3-4 hours to prevent crystallization and for a smooth, creamy finish.
Freeze overnight then remove from the freezer 10 minutes before serving.
Scoop into individual serves or tip it all onto a serving board and top with a few reserved pomegranate and pistachio nuts.

Chronic Constipation and Dysbiosis


There are many factors that can cause constipation including a diet lacking in soluble fiber, dehydration, insufficient digestive enzymes, stress, a lazy bowel, lack of exercise, toxicity, and poor liver function, but one of the main reasons for chronic (long-term) constipation is dysbiosis.

Dysbiosis is where there is an imbalance of the microorganisms within our intestines.
We have certain organisms in our gastrointestinal tract that help break down our food, absorb nutrients, and most importantly, keep our gut healthy and build our immunity as nearly 80% of our immune system is located in the intestines.
Therefore it is important to make sure we have a plentiful supply of the healthy flora instead of an overpopulation of the destructive microorganisms.

If you suffer from chronic constipation and have a healthy diet and lifestyle then you may need to treat dysbiosis.
The following herbs and supplements can help to kill off unfriendly parasites, bacteria, yeasts and fungii and restore balance to the gut flora:

* Probiotics (a blend containing both lactobacillus and bifidobacterium)
* Prebiotics which is the food that healthy bacteria feed on (oats, apples, bananas, artichoke, legumes, wholegrains, leafy greens)
* Wormwood, Black Walnut hull, Cloves, Thyme, Oregano, Aloe vera, Kyolic garlic
*Activated charcoal, Caprylic acid, Diatomaceous earth

Also be aware that if you are on any stomach acid-reducing medications/antacids this may be a major consideration in chronic constipation as they suppress gastric acid production which is necessary for healthy digestion and bowel motility.
Antacids may also suppress stomach acid so low that harmful organisms such as Helicobacter pylori can thrive in this low acid environment, causing dysbiosis.
Helicobacter pylori has been linked to stomach ulcers and stomach cancer and must be treated.


Cancer Causes and Cures


Why is cancer so prevalent these days?healthy food
Everyone knows someone that has died from cancer,
whereas even 30 years ago it was a lot less common.

From the research and learning I have done these are the main causes of cancer:

* Lifestyle changes/more sedentary jobs and recreational pursuits
* Dietary changes-less fresh whole foods, more refined processed foods
* More additives, preservatives, pesticides, and fungicides in our food
* Nutrient deficiencies-iodine, zinc, antioxodants
* More environmental pollutants and toxins in our environment
* More stress/demands and faster pace of life
* Suppressed emotions (especially anger, resentment, grief)
* Mitochondrial dysfunction
* More radiation in our environment-electronic devices, mobile phone towers, phone lines


Here are a few tried and tested natural remedies that have been used to successfully treat cancer patients whilst optimising their quality of life.
These can be safely used in adjunct to the conventional treatments of chemotherapy, radiotherapy and surgery or as replacement treatments.

* Antioxidants-intravenous Vit C, high dose Vit E, lipoic acid, NAC, green tea, Vit D
* Ozone therapy/hyperbaric oxygen chamber therapy
* Hydrogen therapy
* Propolis/Bee pollen
* CBD oil/cannabinoids
* Raw juices and other detoxification practices such as coffee enemas that support our livers and help alkalise our bodies
* Eat ‘live’ organically grown foods as close to their natural state as possible
* Eat a ketogenic diet rich in lean protein and vegetables, and eliminate grains and sugars
* Drink good quality filtered water
* Eliminate sugar from your diet as much as possible as it is the primary fuel source for cancer cells
* Herbal remedies such as Panax Ginseng, Andrographis, Scullcap, Turmeric, Mistletoe, Wormwood, and medicinal mushrooms such as Cordyceps, Shitake and Reishi
* Support your immune system as much as possible-good diet, quality sleep, probiotics, bone broths
* Improve circulation with exercise and movement-yoga, tai chi, qi gong
* Avoid electromagnetic radiation (EMR) as much as possible
* Reduce stress-meditation, relaxation practices, time in nature
* Positive thinking-your belief systems shape your reality so stay hopeful and laugh, love, forgive and have gratitude!

Remember, cancer is not a death sentence. We can live with cancer and improve our quality and length of life with these simple therapies and practices.

Preconception & Pregnancy Nutritional Needs


Maternal and neonatal health outcomes are significantly influenced by nutrient availability throughout preconception, pregnancy and lactation.
mother and babyInadequate nutrition during preconception and pregnancy poses significant risks to the foetus, including impaired development, preterm birth and low birth weight.
This relies on having a foundation of micronutrients, omega-3 essential fatty acids and a healthy gut microbiome.

Pregnancy is a critical time during which DNA methylation can shape neonatal health outcomes by helping regulate healthy gestational development and genetic expression.
Genetic polymorphisms associated with impaired methylation have been linked to the accumulation of homocysteine, which is associated with adverse outcomes in pregnancy, including preeclampsia, miscarriage, neural tube defects (NTDs) and poor brain development.
Adequate consumption of choline (found in eggs, meat, fish), vitamins B6 and B12, and folic acid before and during pregnancy supports methylation and helps with a healthy pregnancy and neonate.

Gestational neurodevelopment is highly sensitive to nutritional status. Poor nutrition, high levels of oxidative stress and poor glycaemic control may also elevate the risk of neural tube defects.
Choline is an often-deficient essential nutrient utilised by the developing brain.
Additionally, human data indicates lutein comprises 59% of total brain carotenoids, and is found in high concentration within the infant nervous system, particularly in those areas involved in learning and memory.
Lutein (found in kale, spinach, broccoli, eggs), Vit 6, Vit B12, and folic acid supports healthy neuronal communication, exerts neuroprotective properties, and can help support neural growth and healthy brain development in newborns.

Pregnant women require a varied diet and nutrient intake to allow for increased needs during pregnancy, and for the development and growth of a healthy baby.
Many nutrients have multiple mechanisms of action and support various aspects of health including:

  • Thyroid Health: Iodine supports maternal thyroid function during pregnancy and lactation due to its role in the production of thyroid hormones. Demand for iodine is increased during pregnancy, as the foetus is reliant on maternal thyroxine for cellular growth, neuronal migration and myelination of the brain and nervous system.
  • Anaemia Prevention: One of the most common complaints in pregnancy is fatigue, which is associated with nutritional deficiency in pregnancy. Iron plays an important role in energy production as it transports oxygen via haemoglobin between mother and baby. Prenatal iron intake has been shown to improve neurological and physical development in newborns.
  • Bone Health: Skeletal health in neonates is dependent on the availability of key nutrients during foetal development and the neonatal period. Adequate maternal levels of vitamin D are vital for offspring bone development. Vitamin K is also a key factor required for the formation of the neonatal skeleton and manganese supports the structural growth of bone tissue.
  • Morning Sickness: Vitamin B6 administered within the first trimester of pregnancy has been shown to improve symptom severity.

Studies show that higher intakes of omega-3 essential fatty acids during pregnancy improve foetal growth and development during gestation.
Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) in particular plays a key role during foetal and infantile brain development, gene expression, protection against oxidative stress, and neurotransmission conduction.

The maternal microbiome is instrumental in the development of the infant microbiome, with the transfer of organisms affecting a wide range of organ systems beyond the gastrointestinal tract.
Probiotic supplementation during pregnancy has been shown to influence both the maternal and infant gastrointestinal microbiota. If the mother supplements with specific strains of probiotics during pregnancy and lactation, the risk of allergy based conditions such as eczema and dermatitis, as well as behavioural problems including attention deficit disorder (ADHD) can be reduced.

Specific nutrients can help to offset the risk of dietary insufficiency related to inadequate nutrient intake during pregnancy. Creating a solid foundation of nutrients, omega 3 essential fatty acids (especially DHA), and a healthy gut microbiome is essential for preconception and pregnancy care to ensure the best possible health for both mother and child.

The importance of Vit C in Iron absorption

More than 20 per cent of Australians in some population groups are considered Vitamin C deficient.

A study looking at Vitamin C levels in a group of people from southwestern Sydney found this to be the case.

Doctors at Westmead Hospital in Sydney are also detecting the resurgence of scurvy amongst some diabetic patients.

Low ascorbate (Vit C) is also common in critical care patients such as those on dialysis; amongst indigenous Australians, as well as amongst the elderly.

Almost every iron formulation contains Vitamin C and it is common knowledge that it enhances the bioavailability of iron which increases the absorption of dietary iron.

Ascorbate is less known for its vital role in ensuring maximum uptake of iron from transferrin, the iron transport protein, which is critical for maintaining optimal iron stores.

Some iron supplements can produce gastrointestinal disturbances such as constipation in some people due to the unabsorbed fraction of iron causing oxidative damage in the gut lumen. However, this is dependent on the form of iron consumed.

Iron sulfate for example has been shown to have a lower bioavailability than iron glycinate, bisglycinate or amino acid chelate forms.

Keeping the upper limit for iron supplementation at 45mg daily also reduces the chance of iron remaining in the gut lumen unabsorbed, thus reducing side effects.

Ensuring a higher ascorbate to iron ratio also leads to quenching of iron-derived free radicals, significantly reducing side effects.

Ensure your diet contains plenty of Vit C rich fruit such as citrus, berries, kiwifruit, guavas, and melons to boost your Vit C levels and to help maintain healthy iron stores.

Vit C rich foods

Crunchy Chocolate Strawberry Tart

This delicious dairy free tart is great as a snack or for
Delicious Chocolate Strawberry Tart dessert with coconut yoghurt or ice cream and is super
easy to make!


2 cups granola
4 Tbsp maple syrup
2 Tbsp almond flour
150g melted dairy free dark chocolate
punnet fresh strawberries
pinch pink/sea salt

Mix the granola, maple syrup, almond flour and salt together into a dough.
Line a baking tray with baking paper.
Press the dough flat onto the paper into the shape of a circle.
Bake at 180 C (375 F) for 15-20 min until just browned and slightly crunchy.
Allow to cool then drizzle with melted chocolate.
Decorate with slices of fresh strawberries then devour!!🍓🍓


What are Superfoods?

Superfoods are those foods found in nature that are exceptionally high in vitamins,
minerals, amino acids, antioxidants and essential fatty acids. They have amazing protective and anti-ageing benefits. Here are some of our favourites that we use on our retreats.

GOJI BERRIES:superfood goji berries
Goji berries grow on an evergreen shrub found in China, Mongolia and Tibet. They are dried shrivelled red berries that look like raisins. Goji berries have been used for over 6,000 years by herbalists in the countries where they are grown.

Protects the liver and improves eyesight, sexual function and fertility. They boost immune and thyroid function, help improve circulation as well as promoting longevity. Goji berries are rich in antioxidants, particularly carotenoids, which can decrease the risk of developing age-related macular degeneration. Goji extracts may prevent the growth of cancer cells, reduce blood glucose, lower cholesterol levels and have been used as a treatment for hepatitis B as they help protect the liver.

Maca is a dehydrated, cruciferous root vegetable from Peru. It is a medicinal food which has been in use for over 10,000 years around the world. Maca root can  increase physical stamina, balance hormones and improve fertility.

Menopausal symptoms: hot flushes, tender breasts, sleeplessness, emotional upsets, “brain fog” and vaginal dryness are all reduced.
Osteoporosis: Significant bone rebuilder and improves bone density
Energy booster: Maca balances the endocrine system including the thyroid, pituitary and adrenal glands
Male impotence: Blood flow, testosterone production and virility are all increased
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: Energy and vitality are increased
Period problems: Pain, PMS, flooding and/or scant flow are all improved

Chlorella is an algae so small it can’t be seen with the naked eye. It has a very high protein content-over 50% of its weight, and contains all the essential amino acids, vitamins and minerals we need for optimal health. Chlorella stimulates the healing, replacement and growth of human tissues, and is a potent detoxifier.

Supports Immune Function: Chlorella supplementation has been shown to significantly improve the effectiveness of white cells: B lymphocytes (active against bacterial invasion), T lymphocytes (active against viruses and tumours) and macrophages (active against cancer, foreign proteins and chemicals).
Improves Colon Health: Chlorella stimulates the growth of Lactobacillus, a powerful contributor to optimal colon health by 400%. It also normalises bowel function and helps prevent constipation.
Detoxifcation: Chlorella’s tough cell wall binds with heavy metals (lead, cadmium and mercury) and removes them from the body.
Improves Liver Function: Chlorella helps the liver resist toxins and recover more quickly from toxin exposure or damage caused by alcohol over-consumption.

Flaxseeds and flaxseed oil are rich sources of Omega-3 Essential Fatty Acids as well as phyto-estrogens, important for female hormonal balance.

Coronary Heart Disease: Omega-3’s have been shown to reduce cholesterol, triglyceride levels, high blood pressure, platelet aggregation (blood clotting tendency), atherosclerosis (plaque formation), and cardiac arrhythmia
Cancer: Omega-3 has been shown to selectively kill human cancer cells in tissue culture studies without harming normal cells, and reduce tumour growth
Arthritis: Powerful anti-inflammatory for arthritic conditions
Skin Problems: Skin conditions such as psoriasis, acne, eczema, contact dermatitis, and dry skin all respond well to flaxseed oil supplementation
Stress: Omega-3 fatty acids are the precursors for the Series 3 prostaglandins which regulate immune function and are responsible for reversing the body’s physiological response to stress.

Spirulina contains the most remarkable concentration of nutrients known in any food. It’s the highest protein food with over 60% of it being digestible vegetable protein. It has the highest concentration of beta carotene, vitamin B12, iron and trace minerals and the rare essential fatty acid GLA.

Regulates body metabolism: Spirulina’s dark colour comes from a rainbow of natural pigments which offer unusual health benefits and help synthesize many enzymes necessary for regulating body metabolism
Antioxidant: Spirulina contains the  full spectrum of mixed carotenoids which provide antioxidant protection helping to prevent cancer and degenerative diseases
A rich source of GLA: Spirulina is a potent source of GLA which helps with PMS and helps maintain healthy skin
Pregnancy and Anaemia: Iron deficiency anaemia in mothers and children is the most prevalent nutritional disorder. Pregnant women can safely use spirulina’s vegetable protein and bio-available iron
Anti-ageing: Spirulina is an ideal anti-aging food due to its concentrated nutrient value, it is easily digested and loaded with antioxidants, protein, iron and essential minerals. Spirulina builds healthy lactobacillus, aiding digestion, elimination and relieving constipation
Improves Energy and boosts Immunity: Due to its high protein and iron content

We have all experienced the positive feelings associated with eating chocolate, now we have access to pure raw unadulterated chocolate in the form of organic raw cacao. This is much more potent than the processed chocolate and doesn’t contain any sugar or dairy products.

Antioxidant: Raw Cacao beans contain a high amount of antioxidants in stable form that are easy to metabolise.
Promotes a Healthy Heart & Brain: Raw Cacao is the primary dietary source of magnesium, the most common mineral deficiency in Western civilisation. Magnesium is the most important mineral for a healthy heart and it plays a key role in producing energy for our brain cells, helping with clarity and focus.
A Natural Antidepressant: Cacao is a great source of the neurotransmitters which are associated with wellbeing and a healthy mood.

Barley grass powder is made from the dried young leaves of the barley plant. At the early stage of its growth, the barley plant is closer in composition to vegetables than grains, hence the name ‘barley grass’.
As they grow, the nutrient concentration of its vitamins, minerals, enzymes, amino acids, and chlorophyll all deteriorate significantly. Barley grass powder contains very dense nutritional and healing properties in a concentrated form that is easily assimilated by our digestive systems.
Barley grass also has a very strong alkalising effect on the body. It helps in cell DNA repair, acts as a free radical scavenger, improves skin health and helps to stimulate weight loss.
Barley grass is said to be the only vegetable on Earth which can supply all the nutrients which the human body needs from birth to old age!

Joint health: contains high amounts of organic sodium which helps our joints and relieves inflammation in various parts of the body; it also helps with migraines and relieves stomach and intestinal disorders
It helps treat asthma and combats blood clots and cancer. It helps to reduce low density lipoprotein cholesterol (the ‘bad’ cholesterol) levels. Barley grass is helpful against diabetes and prevents blood vessel damage which could be caused by diabetes.
Barley grass is also rich in living chlorophyll which is the basis of all plant life, playing a critical role in photosynthesis. It is anti-bacterial, stopping the development and growth of harmful bacteria and helps rebuild the blood. Chlorophyll is very similar in structure to blood haemoglobin. Liquid chlorophyll gets into the bodily tissues, rejuvenating and rebuilding them. It alleviates blood sugar problems, neutralises toxins in the body and helps to purify the liver.

Wheat grass is prepared from the young grass of the common wheat plant and provides us with chlorophyll, amino acids, minerals, vitamins, and enzymes.

Lowers the rate of colon cancer. Due to its high chlorophyll and antioxidant content
It increases red blood-cell count and lowers blood pressure.
Wheat grass can help with the removal of heavy metals from the blood. It cleanses the blood, organs and gastrointestinal tract of debris. Wheat grass also stimulates metabolism and the body’s enzyme systems
It stimulates the thyroid gland, correcting obesity and indigestion
It restores alkalinity to the blood and has been used successfully to treat peptic ulcers, ulcerative colitis, constipation, diarrhoea, and other complaints of the gastrointestinal tract.
Contains beneficial enzymes which help us digest, metabolise and heal. It has remarkable similarity to our own haemoglobin which transports nutrients to every cell of the body.
Wheat grass cleanses your blood and help rejuvenate aging cells, slowing the aging process and tightening loose, sagging skin.

Chia seeds are native to Southern Mexico and Central America. The tiny seeds are about one millimeter long and are a mottled gray and brown. The seeds contain up to 25% Omega 3’s including ALA (alpha-linolenic acid) as well as protein and fibre and are considered a near-perfect food source.

Weight loss: The tiny seeds have a unique gelling action which keeps you feeling full for hours.
Balances Blood Sugars: The gelling action of the seeds and its unique combination of soluble and insoluble fibre combine to slow down your body’s conversion of starches into sugars. If you eat chia seeds with a meal it will help you turn your food into constant, steady energy.
Helps prevent Diverticulitis & Diverticulosis: To help ensure regularity, you need plenty of soluble and insoluble fibre in your diet. The insoluble fibre is unable to be digested, so instead, it helps keep food moving smoothly through the intestines. Soluble fibre and the gel coating of the seed keep the colon hydrated and ensure the easy movement of food along the colon.
High amounts of healthy omega-3 oils: Chia is the richest plant-source of this healthy oil. Omega 3 oil is important in heart and cholesterol health as well as promoting weight loss.
Improves energy: Chia seeds are one of nature’s highest plant-based sources of complete protein which helps raise energy levels. The combination of its complete protein, vitamins, and minerals all work together to make sure you have consistent energy levels.
Anti-ageing & Anti-oxidant properties: Contains high amounts of anti-oxidants which help prevent free-radical damage to our bodies which can lead to premature aging of the skin and inflammation of various tissues.
Cuts food cravings: Vitamin or mineral deficiencies can cause food cravings. For example, if you’re low in magnesium you may crave chocolate. Chia seeds make you feel full for longer and prevent cravings.

Recommended Reading

Here’s a list of some of our favourite books on health and wellbeing we hope you’ll enjoy.

The Tao of Detox -Daniel Reid
Water -Norman Walker
Juicing -Norman Walker
The Art of Raw Food Living -Doreen Virtue & Jenny Ross
The World goes Raw Cookbook -Lisa Mann
The Rawjuvenate for Life Principles -Katja
Raw Food Made Easy -Jennifer Cornbleet
The Complete Book of Raw Food -Julie Rodwell
Eating in the Raw-Beginner’s Guide -Carol Alt
Rainbow Green Live-Food Cuisine -Gabriel Cousens
The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Vegan Living -Beverly Lynn Bennett
Gluten Free Bible -Jacki Passmore
Easy Gluten free Cooking -Rita Greer
Eat Right for your Body Type -Anum Anand
The Liver Cleansing Diet -Sandra Cabot
Colon Health -Bernard Jensen
Healing with Whole Foods -Paul Pritchard
The Nutrient Bible -Henry Osiecki
Meditation-an In Depth Guide -Ian Gawler & Paul Bedson
Compassion, the Ultimate Flowering of Love -Osho
From Cancer to Wellness -Kristine Matheson
Bach Flowers for Crisis Care -Mechthild Scheffer
The Art of Happiness -Howard Cutler
Loving What Is -Byron Katie
The Way of the Peaceful Warrior -Dan Millman
Anatomy of the Spirit -Caroline Myss
The Heart of Yoga -T.K.V Desikachar
The Necessary Revolution -Peter Senge
True Green -Kim Mckay & Jenny Bonnin

Fasting & fasting supplements

fasting and cleansing programsFasting, or abstaining from food, is by far the quickest and most effective way to detoxify the body and allow it to ‘throw off’ the toxic residues that accumulate in the tissues and bloodstream. It allows nature to take its course by awakening the body’s powerful cleansing and healing abilities, helping to cure disease, restore health, and prolong life.
Abstaining from food allows the body’s innate detox mechanisms to function at full capacity, in turn strengthening the immune system and taking the load off the digestive system.
When fasting, all of the energy and enzyme power that the body normally uses to digest and process food is instead diverted to digesting toxic debris and acid wastes, while the digestive system itself remains dormant so no new wastes are produced.
Fasting also triggers the production of human growth hormone in the pituitary gland and releases it into the bloodstream where it circulates throughout the body and repairs damaged tissues, regenerates organs and rejuvenates the entire body. By stimulating secretion of human growth hormone, fasting not only helps cure disease and repair the body, it also restores vitality and prolongs life-it’s the body’s natural anti-ageing hormone.
Fasting is safe and until all toxins are eliminated, there’s simply no way that our bodies can re-balance and repair themselves.
Consuming fresh juices during a fast gives the digestive system a rest without sending the body into the most intense reaction. The ideal duration for a fast is 7-10 days as it takes exactly 7 days to completely purify the bloodstream and cleanse the lymphatic system of all residual wastes. However 2-3 or even 1 day fasts are a great way to start preparing your body for periodic cleansing.

The Healing Crisis:
Usually on the third day of a juice fast we experience the unpleasant symptoms of the “healing crisis” that fasting triggers. Depending on how ‘toxic’ we are these symptoms may range from feeling nauseous, tired and irritable to yellow eyes and skin, bad breath, coated tongue, and pain in the liver region.
This “crisis” marks the midpoint which means that the worst part of the fast is over and that the healing stage is beginning. A three day fast is sufficient and some people stop after the 3 days and start to eat light foods, however to achieve a major cleansing of the bowels and bloodstream it’s necessary to stay on the juice fast with colonics on alternate days for one week.
After the healing crisis has passed, most people who are juice fasting in conjunction with colonic treatments, saunas and massage start to feel really amazing as their skin starts to glow and they feel lighter and more energised.
While fasting for 7 days will detoxify the entire body it will not remove the 3-10 kilos of toxic mucoid matter that becomes deeply impacted on the bowel wall from years of poor dietary and lifestyle choices.
The only way to rid your body of this toxic sludge is to dredge it out with a series of colonic irrigations done in conjunction with a fast combined with the use of the following specific supplements.

Fasting Supplements:
It is very important to drink at least 2 litres of pure filtered water daily throughout a fast, even if you’re drinking raw juices and broth, to flush the toxins from your body via the kidneys. In addition to water, listed below are a few very effective supplements that you may like to consider taking whilst fasting to speed up the detoxification process, help remove the mucoid layer, and to promote rapid healing and blood purification.

Psyllium Husks
Psyllium is the single most important supplement for cleaning and clearing the digestive tract, particularly the lower bowels. Once consumed with plenty of water, psyllium forms a dense, mucilaginous bolus that sweeps like a broom throughout the entire digestive tract, loosening and eliminating pockets of impacted putrefactive waste and mucoid sludge from the deep folds of the colon. Psyllium helps regulate bowel movements, removes toxic residues from the colon, and accelerates the entire detox process. It is ideal during fasting as its bulking properties help curb hunger by making the stomach and intestines feel ‘full’.

Liquid Bentonite
Also known as ‘clay water,’ bentonite is a super-fine colloidal form of volcanic ash consisting of micro-molecules that are five hundred times smaller than water molecules. These molecules saturate the blood and bodily tissues and their negative charge attracts and neutralizes positively charged toxic molecules lodged deep in the tissues and fluids of the body which can then be carried away in the bloodstream for excretion. A single molecule of bentonite can absorb two hundred times its own weight in toxic wastes making it an extremely effective supplement to take during detoxing or fasting along with psyllium husks.

Green Superfoods
Green superfoods are any purified food concentrate made from the freshly extracted juice of young cereal grasses such as wheat, rye, and barley, or from water plants and green algae such as spirulina and chlorella. These foods contain high concentrations of organic chlorophyll which is one of nature’s most potent blood purifiers and tissue cleansers. It also helps to oxygenate the bloodstream by increasing its hemoglobin content, enhancing detoxification, and boosting iron levels.
Green foods also contains the full range of essential amino acids required for reproducing cells and repairing tissues, as well as all the vitamins, minerals and enzymes that the body needs to cleanse and heal itself.
Since green foods are highly concentrated extracts of living plants they’re loaded with enzymes and can be easily digested without any need for additional energy or enzymes from the body. Their nutrients are rapidly released into the bloodstream and swiftly delivered to the cells and tissues in the body, helping to counteract the food cravings that often arise during fasting.

Lemon Juice
Fresh lemon is the only food in the world that is anionic, which means it carries a negative molecular charge. This does not apply to any other citrus fruit and the juice must be consumed fresh mixed with water on an empty stomach to retain its detoxifying properties. Lemons are very alkalizing for the body and provide strong antioxidant benefits.
Lemon juice has a natural affinity for the liver and stimulates bile production which helps us digest food and absorb nutrients. It is one of the most powerful detoxifying supplements.

These are the “friendly flora” of the digestive tract which help us digest food, assimilate nutrients, and process digestive wastes.
About 80% of our immune system is located in the gut so it is extremely important to build up the healthy flora to strengthen our immunity against infections, pathogens and to prevent food allergies or intolerances.
A primary goal of any fast is to clear the bowels of all bacterial colonies (good and bad), eliminate the wastes in which they breed, and then repopulate the entire intestinal tract with fresh colonies of friendly flora.
Taking a high-potency powdered probiotic supplement is the quickest and most effective way of re-colonising the gastro-intestinal tract and should be taken shortly before eating your first food after breaking a fast and continued for a month to ensure that the healthy flora are well established.

Benefits of Fasting

Fasting promotes rapid detoxification. As the body breaks down its fat reserves it mobilises stored toxins from the fatty tissues and eliminates them through the liver, bowel, kidneys, lungs, and skin.
fasting and cleansing for health It initiates rapid weight loss with little or no hunger. 
Most people are surprised at how little desire for food they have while fasting. It gives the digestive system a much needed rest. After fasting, both digestion and elimination are improved.
Fasting promotes healing of inflammatory disorders such as in rheumatoid arthritis and reduces allergies, asthma and hay fever. It clears the skin and whitens the eyes. 
Fasting can normalise high blood pressure without drugs and in the vast majority of cases blood pressure will remain normal after the fast if the person follows a health-supporting diet and lifestyle. 
Fasting makes it easier to overcome bad habits and addictions to tobacco, drugs and alcohol as it reduces the cravings for them. 
It restores taste appreciation for wholesome natural foods. People say that their taste buds come alive after fasting and that food never tasted so good. Going on a fast gives you the motivation and enthusiasm to make a fresh start on your health journey.
We offer organic juice fasts which support the body nutritionally when cleansing and maintains energy and rejuvenation on all levels. Cold pressed juices supply live enzymes and nutrients that further aid the cleansing process and in comparison to water fasting, there also tends to be fewer healing crises or depletion of energy. Live juices are assimilated directly into the bloodstream without stimulating digestive enzymes so they don’t stimulate digestion making you feel hungry.