Everyone. Please. On your knees. Clean out your cupboards for me!

Step One:

Small hip hop reference for those of you who remember what that is. Wink.

Show your body how much you love yourself, make like a Marie Kan-do-it attitude out of this and tell the little heart sparkle joy cookies you got from Nana’s house at Christmas, it brought you happiness but now you must murder your fat, so, away with the sugar. Yes, these terms are special, and a little bit extra. In no time we’ll have you speaking fluent cleanse-lingo. Don’t worry. I usually know when I'm ready to cleanse and this is how my attitude feels... love me some Goldie Hawn.

Toss the sugar and start figuring out how you're doing to make lettuce more appealing.

What kind do you like?

Kale? Dino, Lacto, Curly, Cabbage, Radicchio, Arugula, Endive, Spinach.

Dandelion, Chard, Rainbow, Red

Iceberg, Romaine, Butter, you name the leaf it's got a unique shape. And those aren't even the herbs!

The point is to seek out green, upward growing, yes, upward towards the sunshine plants.

If it's a dark "dweller" or can live in the cellar, you don't want it while cleansing. Potatoes and other "Night Shade" varieties are hard on the digestive system so don't go there unless you're otherwise ready to handle the delay of progress you might find. As always in the world of foods and such there's an exception for such things; fresh beets. Beets are one of my most favorite vegetables and they are a powerhouse of nutrients and density. Love them or hate them, they're here to stay, and they are ALL about cleansing your liver while they roll through your system.

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