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‘Greens’ have been on the shelves of the natural product retailer almost since the industry’s ‘healthy lifestyle’ interest began. Spirulina, kelp, and other common seaweeds became the backbone of the emerging ‘greens as a powdered supplement’ market when the health food store was in its infancy. Hundreds of ‘green blend’ formulations have been introduced in the market in the last 30-plus years.
Do you feel sluggish, stressed, or unhappy about your health and appearance? A juice detox will jump start your weight loss, increase your energy levels, clear your mind, and improve your overall health.
Juice therapy is a growing phenomenon that is sweeping the nation, but do you really know what to juice, how much to actually consume, and what juices work best for what? This workshop offers the answers to all the above, you will learn how to juice, what juicer is best for you, and how much and how often you need to have juices in order to heal.
The B vitamins are often referred to as the ‘energy’ vitamins, mainly because they are involved in energy release in the body. There are eight different B vitamins. The eight B vitamins are vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B7, B9 and B12. Getting enough B vitamins will keep energy levels up, provide mental alertness, improve memory, combat ageing, boost the immune system, and fight against depression. Many elderly people, vegetarians, or people who are on strict diets don’t get enough of these important vitamins. People who are stressed, eat out often, don’t have a good balanced diet with plenty of fruit and veg, or abuse alcohol can also be deficient.
Ah, the lemon, one of the fruits we look at almost every day and yet we easily forget just how versatile a fresh lemon really is. Sure what would become of fish and chips without a squeeze of lemon, or a gin and tonic for that matter? Indeed the lemon helps increase the vitamin C content of many an alcoholic beverage.