May 12, 2019


Fasting is NOT recommended if you have any of the following conditions: underweight, undernourished, obese, very overweight, pregnant, lactating, blood sugar problems, hypoglycemia, diabetes, liver or kidney disease, if you have an eating disorder...
May 12, 2019

Why Fast?

Provides a much needed rest for internal organs. Accelerates the elimination of diseased, decaying, dying or dead cells. Helps you grow younger. Transforms your microbiome. Teaches you gratitude. Resets your taste-buds. Burns weight...
May 12, 2019

Fasting & calorie restriction supports healthy longevity

Fasting and natural diet as a therapy should be the first treatment when someone discovers that she or he has a medical problem. Fasting and natural, plant based diets are a viable alternative to conventional therapy, and an effective game-changing one.
May 12, 2019

Fasting how does it work?

Your stomach shrinks and your appetite drops. This is where juice fasting becomes fun as a glass of juice is as filling as a big dinner. You also start to experience increased energy levels and a heightened sense of awareness and clarity of mind.
May 18, 2019

Coffee Research & References

Coffee is a risk factor for the development of high blood pressure. Consuming caffeine on a regular basis raises your blood pressure higher than it otherwise would be. Why I recommend you give up coffee - the science, the medical research and references.
May 21, 2019

The Bad Fats

Firstly, ‘Fat’ is one of the most misunderstood and maligned words in language. Good oils (EFA) are just as essential to human health, longevity, skin health and weight-loss as carbohydrates or protein are. We don't need bad fats but quality oils are fab.
May 22, 2019

Fruit is good for you!

There are so-called ‘health experts’ saying fruits should not be eaten because they are so high in sugar. This is such a pile of doggie-doo it is hard to know where to start. The lowest cancer rates generally exist where the fresh fruit intake is highest. Duh.
May 22, 2019

The Sweet Seduction of Sugar – Part One

How do you know how much sugar is in something? Divide the grams on the label by four - this is the amount of teaspoons in it. Be prepared to be SHOCKED. Remember; added sugar is nutritionally useless. You do not need a single teaspoon. Ever.
May 22, 2019

The Sweet Seduction of Sugar – Part Two

A high-sugar diet is linked to osteoporosis, arthritis, IBS, bowel disease, digestive disorders, depression, alcoholism, diabetes, mental illness, cancer and heart disease. Sugar even damages your genetic structure, causing negative changes to your genes. Avoid it.