All posts tagged: how to detox

Coconut green smoothie

Coconut water is rich in potassium a great natural electrolyte replacement, it’s content is predominantly water with nutrients and minerals such as vitamin B, Vitamin C, phosphorus, calcium and zinc, essential for cell to replenishment. Coconut water is great stored frozen up to 6 months, keep them as ice cubes until ready to use. 1 Celery stalk. 1 Pear deseeded. Coriander. 1 Mango skinned and deseeded. 300ml coconut water. 1 teaspoon Bee Pollen. 1 teaspoon Spirulina. Place all ingredients into the blender, start at the lowest speed until a puree forms, turn the blender on high for last remaining seconds. The blending should take about 30 seconds, try not to over do it. Recipe serves as two portions, you can choose to share, freeze, or keep a portion as a booster for later in the day.

Detoxifying and cholesterol lowering all in a cup.

The pungent scent in celery butylphthalide is a component that helps reduces bad cholesterol. Celery is rich in vitamin C and also commonly known for it’s detoxing capability due to it’s high alkaline properties. This understated vegetable is best consumed on a daily basis to help promote overall health. When selecting celery, look out for firm crisp stalks with fresh green leaves, if you find celery too pungent for your liking try choosing ones lighter in colour, the darker shade will be stronger in scent and flavour. Store celery in the refrigerator placed veggie bag, to revive limp stalks let them soak in water for a few minutes prior using. 1 orange peeled, deseeded, and chopped. 1 celery stalk. 1 cutting of wheatgrass. 1 teaspoon of spirulina powder. 1 teaspoon maca. Place all ingredients into the blender, start at the lowest speed until a puree forms, turn the blender on high for last remaining seconds. The blending should take about 30 seconds, try not to over do it. Recipe serves as two portions, you can …