Coming Off A Cleanse

We’ve done 3 Cleanses, one after the other. Now it’s time to get back to our common eating patterns with High Nutrient Dense meals. After a cleanse, we naturally want what is ideal to nourish our body, and want to be careful not to just go back to old habits. We have the opportunity to start fresh and new in this moment utilizing any new wisdom we gained from the cleanse. Learn more in this video:

One thing we’re incorporating is drinking 16 ounces of water with the juice of a lemon or lime first thing each morning, which we were doing on the cleanse. This helps the liver complete its cleansing processes each day.

Also, according to Anthony William, in How To Cleanse, to further support the liver, we’re avoiding nuts, seeds, flax, chia or avocado before noon (he calls these “radical fats” meaning they have a higher fat content, which takes the liver out of it’s daily clean up mode.) And use salt and oils sparingly. This further supports the liver.

Today’s recipe is adapted from the How To Cleanse book. It is so delicious. You can make it into a smoothie or enjoy it as a salad. Great for breakfast or lunch. Just takes minutes to make. Enjoy.

To Your Amazing Health,
Connie and Bill

Liver Rescue Salad (Serves 1)

Broccoli Sprouts

1 mango, cubed or 1 cup frozen mango chunks
1 cup fresh or frozen blueberries
1 stalk celery diced
1/2 cup sprouts (like the broccoli sprouts above. I love these.)
1 lime, juiced
Served on a bed of lettuce

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