18 Gifts worth Giving for 2018

By Stephie Hennekam

 

‘Tis the season for giving gifts, taking a break and spending time with loved ones. But before all that takes place, there’s the pre-holidays rush to get through…

At work this means prepping for the annual holiday break – busy times. At home this means trying to dress up your Christmas tree “Hallmark” style to create the ultimate Christmas atmosphere – busy times. Also skimming through cookbooks, family recipe notebooks, and food blogs to make this year’s menu another jaw-dropping event catering to everybody’s needs – (very) busy times.

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Eating for a Happy Brain

By Kristen Kelly

 

Do you ever find yourself feeling hazy? Do you find it harder to concentrate, forget people’s names more, or sleep lighter than you used to? It’s surprisingly very common. Cognitive functions in humans are declining at ever faster rates: Deaths due to Alzheimer’s are up 55% over the last 15 years and rates of Parkinson’s disease have gone up ‘significantly’. ‘Brain fog’ is a pretty new phenomenon affecting large numbers of us. Clearly, the problem is not going away anytime soon. These are new problems, Western problems – caused, like so many things, by the Western lifestyle and diet.

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A step-by-step guide to a toxin-free home

By Stephie Hennekam

 

In this article, you will find out how I clean my bathroom using a natural bathroom cleaner, how to keep those nasty bathroom smells waaay below the bearable threshold (this one is a gem and housemate-approved ;)). You’ll never be accused of having eaten too many beans or onions again!

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The Mighty Liver

By Meghan Trompetter

 

When it comes to our internal organs, the liver is a powerhouse for detoxification and helping to keep our bodies feeling energized, rejuvenated and revitalized. Over time our liver can become extremely burdened by exposure to toxins from the food we eat, the air we breathe and even the products we use.
Seems like a lot of work for just 1 organ?

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My first coffee enema, what a blast!

By Stephie Hennekam

 

“But what about the coffee enemas? Do you have to do them?”. This most certainly is the question Gerson practitioners get asked most after having explained what the therapy is about.

What is it? Why is it part of the therapy? How do they work? And, how do you do them? People who know me, know I’m all about experience based learning, so I’ve put it to the test.

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