Monthly Archives: October 2014
Being around other people drinking and eating can be quite challenging! Especially since the aroma of food will stimulate your appetite and make it very hard to stick to your resolve. In order to get the results you want, and the results I’ve promised you, you must stick to the protocol as closely as humanly […]Read more »
Yes, you can prepare other peoples food and sit and eat (or not) with them. The hardest part about being around other people’s food is the smell, after all, it is the aroma and spices of food that gets our digestive juices flowing. For most people, preparing meals for their families can be quite easy […]Read more »
I usually cook for my family every evening. How will I manage being around all that food if I’m not eating it?
This can be a challenge. But not impossible! The idea behind this programme is to teach that all these practices are actually doable in your own home, during your actual life and you do not need to have the process ‘done to you’, leaving you with the power to heal in your very own hands! We […]Read more »
No, it is not dangerous to fast. This is a myth. Unless you are diabetic, anaemic or have insufficient kidney function, you are safe to fast, especially the type of fasting that we do on this programme. In fact, more and more hard evidence backed by science shows there are countless health benefits to abstaining […]Read more »
There is absolutely no way of knowing this. Everyone is so radically unique in the way they experience this detox process. Even people who have been through my protocol 2 and 3 times, still have vastly different experiences each time. Some people even start to feel detox symptoms on Day 1. And of course, some […]Read more »
The ideal day to have off from work is DAY-1 of the programme, which if it is on set dates, will be the first FRIDAY. There are lots of steps to follow in the morning routine and since this is the first day, it can take a little extra time until you get used to all […]Read more »
To take your holiday to do the program is an excellent idea! What a brilliant way to spend your free time, really looking after yourself, making sure that when you do return back to work, you are more energetic, focussed and looking and feeling your best. The benefits of the program can be greatly improved […]Read more »
My job requires my attention for a full 8-hours a day. Is it a good idea to detox while I’m working all week?
Most people complete the program while continuing to go to work. However, it is highly recommended that you have permission to leave work early, arrive late or not go in at all during the detox week, if necessary. You may not need to be absent from work at all, and you may feel extremely energetic […]Read more »
Although rest and relaxation are fundamental to the detox process working, moving your body every day is a very close second! You will need to get moving once a day if you can. Even a 15-minute brisk walk will help keep the process on track and be of great assistance. If you are considering partaking […]Read more »
Any exercise you already do is perfect to keep on with. That said, I would advise you to approach your workout/sport with about 70-80% of the normal energy you put into it. Take it down a notch, way down. The real work here gets done with rest. If you are in training, you will need […]Read more »