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Your Detox Plan - Week 2

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Your Detox Plan - Week 2

Welcome to Week 2 of Your Detox Plan! In case you missed Week 1, you can read it here. The focus this week is having enough nourishing wholefood meals in your diet to effectively support the detoxification process in your body. Focusing on the right foods to eat will help boost the intensity and the effectiveness of your body's NATURAL detoxification system.  The nutrients required for your body to detox include B vitamins, flavonoids and antioxidants found in fresh vegetables and fruits. Glutathione, found in avocados, watermelon, asparagus, walnuts, leafy greens and Pure Native WPI, essential fats found in extra virgin olive oil,...

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It’s that time again… time to get more in control over our food cravings, get healthier and perhaps shed a few kilos that have crept up over the festive season. While going on a detox or diet program is popular around this time of the year, you don't have to prescribe to lemon water and green juices the whole time. In fact, the human body needs much more than that to revitalise and restore cells back to optimum health. For the next 3 weeks, I'm going to provide you my simple and effective ways to detox. It's a great way to...

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The basal metabolic rate (BMR) is the amount of energy (measured in kilojoules or calories) that the body needs to maintain itself, including all the normal day-to-day bodily functions like breathing, digestion, circulation, temperature regulation and tissue repair. The metabolic rate is the speed at which the body burns these kilojoules. Some of us are born with fast and efficient metabolisms, while others have slower metabolic rates. BMR also drops as we age. This is mainly due to loss of hormone production, loss of skeletal muscle and a more sedentary lifestyle. The important thing to note is that no matter...

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Supplementing your diet with a quality wholefood protein powder is essential for those who are time poor or don’t get enough protein from quality food sources. Protein is important in maintaining healthy skin and digestive health. It also helps support pregnancy, a strong immune system, enhanced sports performance, sports recovery as well as sustained weight loss. I remember when I was first experimenting with protein powders in my early 20's .....Everything I tried caused bloating and made me gain weight, the total opposite of what I wanted. This is one of the main reasons why I was compelled to create my...

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Why I Don't Believe in New Year's Resolutions

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Why I Don't Believe in New Year's Resolutions

The New Year is just around the corner, and while many of us will have the best intentions to be healthier or to lose weight, my advice is that we shouldn’t wait till the New Year to make resolutions – it needs to start now! Being healthy is a lifestyle you need to adopt for the rest of your life… not just something you do for few months of juice cleanses or even giving up sugar. One reason why many people crumble at their goals to lose weight, for instance, is because they change everything too quickly, rather than focusing on...

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Matcha: The Tea That Packs the Most Antioxidants

While I love a cup of Relax + Renew lavender tea to get...

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What’s The Perfect Protein Powder For You?

It’s important you choose the right protein powder that suits your needs and...

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Body Shaping Week 4: Balance, Rest + Recovery

Congratulations, you made it to week 4 of my Body Shaping Plan! By...

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How Matcha Can Help With Weight Loss

Welcome to Week 3 of my 4 week Body Shaping plan! If you’ve...

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