Ever wanted to try a full day cleanse but you’re just not sure if you can do it? We get it, it’s still daunting for even some of our clients that detox regularly.
THATS WHY THIS CHRISTMAS CLEANSE IS SO EXCITING☝️ It’s bigger bottles, but a shorter duration .
A LITTLE TIDBIT ABOUT OUR CLEANSES:-
Our cleanse is so much more than a typical juice fast where any fruits are just thrown together, our one-of-a-kind cleanses are designed to promote deeper cleansing with fiber of the fruit and veg that helps eliminate toxins and keep you full and sustained.
The Juice Bar TT Cleanse isn’t about starvation with just sugar laden cold pressed juices alone, Instead, the goal is to help rebuild your digestive system and teach you how to eat better in the future and get you on track to a healthier lifestyle. .
The Juice Bar TT Cleanses are developed in accordance with Kristen Talma-Xavier (Certified Health Coach). There is a ‘method to the madness ‘ The Fruit and veg are properly combined with probiotics; for instance you would never see us using watermelon in our cleanse program. .
Our main goal is to have toxins flushed out of your body. Your #digestion can rest and also rejuvenate, so your body can then use its energy for the deep cleansing of #toxins as well as function more efficiently in the future. .
The result? More energy, focused mind, restful sleep, radiant glowing skin and hey if you need to drop a few lbs, thats a plus.
Pistachio tart anyone?
Pistachio is from the Greek word pistákion "the green nut". Compared to other nuts, dry roasted pistachios have a lower fat content. They are also a good source of vegetable protein where approximately 21% of its total weight is protein, are richer in fibre than other nuts and high in minerals and vitamins.
Les bienfaits des baies de Goji sur notre organisme 😃
#baiegoji#goji#sain#healthy#healthyfood#bienetre#fit#fitgirl#antioxydant # #fibre#santé#vitamines#calories #
Utilisées depuis la nuit des temps dans la médecine traditionnelle chinoise. Elles sont même connues pour faire vivre plus longtemps !
# Riches en éléments nutritifs et en antioxydants : elles sont extrêmement riches en antioxydants (le bêta-carotène mais aussi la zéaxanthine et la lutéine). # Bonnes pour le cœur : grâce à un grand nombre de leurs composants, comme les antioxydants et les vitamines, elles aident à renforcer les artères coronaires, à réduire l’hypertension artérielle et à fluidifier le sang, ce qui contribue à améliorer sa circulation.
Attention cependant, si vous suivez un traitement anticoagulant, il est recommandé de demander l’avis de votre médecin avant de manger des baies de Goji.
# Régulent le cholestérol
# Régulent le niveau de sucre dans le sang
# Renforcent le système immunitaire contre les maladies habituelles comme la fièvre ou le rhume.
# Aident à combattre le cancer : elles parviennent à lutter contre les cellules cancéreuses et la croissance tumorale, aidant ainsi à retarder le développement du cancer, notamment dans le foie et le cerveau.
# Rendent la peau saine et belle : elles contiennent plusieurs antioxydants, dont le bêta-carotène, qui aident à protéger la peau contre les UV et les dommages causés par le soleil.
# Luttent contre le vieillissement prématuré : elles ont un effet anti-âge sur la peau. Elles permettent de diminuer la formation des rides.
# Bonnes pour les yeux : elles aident à protéger les yeux contre plusieurs maladies apparaissant avec l’âge, comme la dégénérescence maculaire et la cataracte.
# Participent à notre bien-être et contribuent à réduire le stress et l’anxiété et aident à lutter contre les insomnies.
# Donnent de l’énergie
# Contribuent à la perte de poids : faibles en calories, elles aident à brûler les graisses et favorisent le sentiment de satiété.
# Bonnes pour les os : riches en calcium et bénéfiques pour notre santé osseuse. En aidant à maintenir la solidité de nos os, elles aident aussi à lutter contre l’ostéoporose.
🌈 EAT A RAINBOW 🌈 .
🌱Variety is the key to a healthy diet, each food that we eat contains a different array of micronutrients - vitamins & minerals.
🍎Increasing the range of colour in our food generally means exposing our bodies to a range of different nutrients that are vital for our health.
👆🏼Aim for half of your plate to be made up of different veggies. As well as benefiting from a range of nutrients, you’ll also consume more fibre, which helps to keep us satisfied for longer, and supports our digestion.
🥗Here I’ve got beetroot, roasted aubergine, tomatoes, red cabbage and rocket accompanying a delicious chickpea and cauliflower curry 😋.
🥦So, next time you opt for the usual side of broccoli with your dinner or lunch, think about adding something different! Your body will love you for it 🤗
Vitamin C shots anyone? Amlas (Indian gooseberries) are in season and I can’t think of a better juice to start the morning with!!
Isn’t it funny how Nature provides for us...knowing it’s the season for catching colds, “here you go...here’s a fruit to help with the immunity and those sore throats”❤️. Though it’s also great for weight loss, metabolism. blood sugar etc. .
There’s also some moringa in there. Best on an empty stomach. And the sourness does wake you up! .
✨Sweet potato and lentil burgers with garlicky portobello mushrooms✨
I made this last week as a meat free meal option and it was absolutely delicious! Packed full of protein (17g) & fibre and they only took 30 minutes to make 👌🏻
Give them a go if you’re looking for a meat free meal this week!
120g black beluga lentils (drained)
1 avocado sliced (for side salad)
1 tsp smoked paprika
2 garlic cloves
2 tbsp coconut flour
300g sweet potato
Handful of rocket for side salad
4 portobello mushrooms
4 spring onions
1. Preheat the oven to 200C
2. Clean and chop the sweet potato into cubes (keep skin on for extra fibre) and place in a saucepan. Cover with boiling water and simmer for 10 mins until softened
3. Meanwhile, place the mushrooms on a baking tray and sprinkle over the chopped garlic, a pinch of sea salt and drizzle of olive oil
4. Place in the oven for 10-15 mins
5. Finely slice the spring onions. Peel and de-stone the avocado and slice thinly.
6. Drain and mash the sweet potato. Drain the lentils and mix with the sweet potato, the spring onion, smoked paprika and half the coconut flour. Season with salt and pepper
7. Form the mixture into 4 burgers and dust in the remaining coconut flour
8. Fry the burgers for 3-4 mins each side in a pan with some olive oil until golden brown
9. Serve on top of the mushrooms with the rocket and sliced avo on the side
➡️Another delicious @mindfulchefuk recipe - thank you!
➡️Remember we want lots of fibre in our diet for a healthy gut, so ensure to add lentils, sweet potatoes (with the skin on), other veggies, oats, whole grains and fruit to your diet daily 👌🏻
💕Have a lovely Saturday evening! 💕
8 453 hours ago
🍌BENEFITS OF BANANA🍌
1. High #Fibre Content
#Banana🍌 is loaded with #fibre, both soluble and insoluble. The soluble fiber has the tendency to slow down #digestion and keep you feeling full for a longer time. Which is why bananas are often included in a #breakfast meal so that you can start about your day without having to worry about the next meal.🍌 2. #Heart 💛 Health
High fibre foods are said to be good for the #heart. According to a study done by University of Leeds in UK, increasing the consumption of #fibre-rich foods such as bananas can lower the risk of both #cardiovascular disease (CVD) and coronary heart #disease (CHD).🍌 3. Ease in #Digestion
According to Ayurveda, banana has a sweet and #sour taste. The sweet taste is said to bring about a sense of #heaviness but the sour taste is known to stimulate agni (the digestive #juices), thereby supporting digestion and helping in building up #metabolism.🍌 4. Powerhouse of #Nutrients
Banana is a #heavyweight when it comes to nutrition. It is loaded with essential #vitamins and minerals such as potassium, calcium, #manganese, #magnesium, #iron, #folate, #niacin, #riboflavin, and #B6. These all contribute to the proper functioning of the body and keeping you #healthy.🍌 5. High Source Of #Potassium
The high content of #potassium in bananas makes it a super #fruit. This mineral is known for its numerous health benefiting properties - it helps in regulating #heartbeat, blood pressure, and keeps the #brain alert. So make sure you add #bananas to your daily to keep your #heart and #brain healthy, plus for more stabled blood pressure.🍌 6. Blood Pressure
It is a known fact that salt is the culprit when it comes to high blood pressure. Bananas have lowsalt content and high potassium content, and these properties contribute to making it an ideal for those undergoing this condition. But make sure you consult your nutritionist or doctor before you add it o your diet.
0 193 hours ago
Change your perspective and stretch your mind at the international @worldofthreads show. Inspiring one-of-a-kind creations and artists abound using line and thread to express their creativity.
Top 3 Health Benefits of DATES
🔸High in Fibre
🔸Promotes Brain Health
🔸High in Disease-Fighting Antioxidants
DATES are the perfect addition to our ‘Sweet Potato Tigernut Milk’. 😍
Grab a bottle or more from @chloescupcakeheaven 35 Adetokunbo Ademola Crescent or Call/ What’s app 08122239933 for Delivery 🚚
I may have finished my 6 weeks of strict no fats, no sugar, no alcohol but I’ve changed my eating habits forever. I never realized I didn’t eat enough protein to build muscle. Now, every single meal I eat is protein packed! I’m especially pleased with my green smoothie this morning so wanted to share it with you. It’s not only full of protein but it’s also full of fibre and tastes delicious... win win! .
Ingredients (makes 2):
- 1 ripe banana.
- 1 cup of courgette (aka zucchini) and celery.
- 1/2 cup of spinach.
- 1 small avocado (or 1/2 cup).
- 1.5 scoops of vanilla protein powder (I used f-factor 20/20)
- 1/2 cup of fat free cottage cheese.
- 1/2 cup of fat free greek yoghurt.
- 2 cups water.
- 1/2-1 cup ice.
Side note: I’ve paired my smoothie with a homemade sugar free muffin (sweetened only with banana and f-factor 20/20 vanilla protein powder).
Tip 1: I find that when you add too much fat free greek yoghurt to your smoothies it can overpower the flavours and end up just tasting like a yoghurt drink, this is why I added a 1/2 cup of cottage cheese to sub some of the yoghurt. .
Tip 2: Always make 2 portions of your smoothies and save 1 portion for the next day. Takes the hassle out of cleaning the damn processor!!! I’ve found using an empty cottage cheese or yoghurt pot works well as a temporary container in the fridge.
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2. It prevents constipation
3. It lowers the level of cholesterol
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0 14 hours ago
I'm not saying don't have white bread as part of a healthy diet, I'm saying look at all the goodness that comes from eating the whole grain.
If you're struggling to eat whole grains here's a few ways of 'mixing it up' :
🥪 Make a sandwich using one slice white and one size brown
🍞 If you're into baking substitute some of the white flour for some brown
🍚 Mix brown rice in with white rice while cooking
Buon sabato a tutti! (🇬🇧👇🏻) Oggi finalmente sono riuscita a dedicarmi alla piccola #zucca che ho comprato 1 settimana fa! Grazie a @alis.lucchini per avermi ispirato con la sua ricetta di zucca ripiena.
Ecco la mia...
ZUPPA IN ZUCCA - per 2
✅1 zucca piccola svuotata condita con sale, pepe,1/2cucchiaio di olio e cotta in forno per 30’ ✅50g #risointegrale
✅100g polpa di zucca
✅150g di #fagioli Borlotti
✅100g #funghi misti
✅1/2 cucchiaio di olio
Cuocere la #zuppa in pentola a pressione per 20’ e poi versare nella zucca, lasciare insaporire e condire con pepe e Curcuma. Provate mangiarla direttamente dalla zucca raccogliendo la polpa dai bordi😋
🍝pronta in 40’
🍽sporchi 1 pentola
⚖️MACRO in foto
🤓Un piatto ricco di #fibre e #minerali provenienti dalla zucca e dai fagioli. #Proteine complete grazie alla combinazione e fagioli e riso integrali e...triptofano, precursore della serotonina, ormone anti stress!
Servono altri motivi per mangiarla oltre al fatto che è buonissima?
Good Saturday to everyone! Today I finally managed to cook my little #pumpkin I bought 1 week ago! Thanks to @alice.lucchini for inspiring me with her stuffed pumpkin!
Here we go with my...
SOUP IN PUMPKIN- for 2
✅1 small empty pumpkin baked for 30’ with some salt, pepper and 1/2 oil tbs
✅100g pumpkin pulp
✅1/2 carrot ✅20g onion ✅celery ✅100g #mushroom mix
✅150g pinto #beans
✅1/2 oil tbs
Cook the soup in pressure pot for 20’ then put it in the pumpkin and let it get the flavor for some minutes. Top with turmeric, pepper and serve. Try to eat it directly from the pumpkin taking the pulp from the pumpkin directly😋
🍝ready in 40’
🍽to clean- 1 pot
⚖️MACROS IN THE PICTURE 🤓a plate rich in #fibers and #minerals from the pumpkin and the beans. Complete #proteins thanks to the combination of raw rice and beans and...tryptophan precursor of serotonin, the anti stress hormone.
Any other reasons needed why to eat it, a part from the fact that it is delicious?
8 385 hours ago
SUPERFOOD breakfast this morning💪🏼 I made myself some COFFEE chia pudding, because why not incorporate your morning coffee into your breakfast🤷🏻♀️ Special thanks to @servingupsimplicity for this amazing recipe!! Details are below: Combine all ingredients into a mason jar or bowl of some sort and let sit overnight (so the chia seeds can absorb the milk/coffee)
1/4 cup chia seeds
1/2 cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk
1/2 cup of coffee (I used my keurig cup of island coconut flavour sooo good😍) 1 tsp vanilla extract
1 tsp maple syrup
In the morning, I added half of a banana sliced, handful of blueberries, 1tbs coconut flakes, and 1 tbs pumpkin seeds to take this recipe to the NEXT level👏🏼 In total, this meal equals out to be around 450 cals w/ 22g of your daily fibre intake as well as 24g of iron!!!
Simple plant based meal that’s loaded with protein, moderate amount of unrefined carbs (add brown rice or more sweet potato for higher calories), fibre, omega 3 fats, probiotics and micronutrients:
🌱 Tempeh by @organicvillagefood from @woolworths_au ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
🌱 Lentils ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
🌱 Sauerkraut ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
🌱 Purple sweet potato ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
🌱 Bok Choy ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
🌱 Mushrooms ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
🌱 Hemp seeds and nutritional yeast over the top and some lime juice on the greens ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
If you’re looking something super healthy and easy to whip up give it a try this weekend. A good one to make enough for leftovers and use as meal prep for 1-2 days after. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
F U L L green gradient 🌳! I received a few Q’s about this design and custom ordering and I thought i’d share here that: I can make a gradient study of this design in any colour you wish- or with two colours or more 🌈 send me a message to discuss your ideas 🙋🏼♀️
I Am Saying Something, and You Don’t Want to Listen
This collection is the physical representation of my emotional metamorphosis over the last year. Upon embarking on a journey of self-discovery and self-improvement I have faced drastic change, displacement, and prolonged transition. I have mourned the loss of a home, and of a community, as well as faced abuse and betrayal within said community, all while continuing to navigate the deconstruction of my faith and grieve the loss of significant relationships. As a result I have battled deep depression and ambiguous physical health issues.
But through all of this I have continued to unapologetically embrace and expand upon my beliefs concerning social justice, feminism, and intersectionality. And I have been learning to find and use my voice in spaces where I am expected and encouraged to be silent.
This collection was created amidst all of this. Upon reflection of situations where I have felt silenced and ignored, I intuitively gave my hands the power to say with fiber what my mouth and heart could not say with words.
*I listened to Neko Case much of the time that I worked on this collection over the last several months. Some of the pieces in this collection have titles that are lyrics from songs off of her latest album, Hell-On. Those titles are in quotations and speak to the inspiration behind their accompanying pieces.
20 41918 hours ago
On my way home from my Saturday job and in the mood for food 😜. Thankfully I packed a couple of these for the journey back! Recipe as requested ➡️ for these chocolate fudge bites, made with a secret ingredient… Can you guess what? A tin of @aldiuk BUTTERBEANS. Yep, that’s right. Move alongside chickpeas, there’s a new kid on the block 😂. I fancied something chocolatey and these worked a treat. Deliciousy squidgy, high in protein + fibre, and ready in under 10 minutes!
Deets: 1 can @aldiuk butterbeans, rinsed and drained // 45g cacao powder // 1 sachet (40g) @formnutrition chocolate salted caramel plant based protein // 70g nut butter (I used half almond butter, half chocolate spread) // 1-2 tbsp honey or maple syrup // 1 pinch of salt // + 1-2 tbsp water. Put all the ingredients into a food processor (I used a mini @magimixuk) and blend until it forms a sticky dough. Roll into 8 balls using your palms and enjoyyyy! (*Best stored in an airtight container in the fridge) ✨ #mylifeisforliving
20 3037 hours ago
Constipation is defined as infrequent bowel movements (<3 week) or difficulty passing stools.
Fibre is important to add bulk to stools and speed up transit time. Eating plenty of fibre-rich foods can help. ➡️A fibre supplement such as psyllium husk can be useful to increase fibre intake if diet is insufficient. ➡️Probiotics are ‘good bacteria’ that live in the gut and help us process our food. Having enough probiotic foods may help relieve constipation. ➡️Prunes
Prunes contain cellulose which increases the amount of water in the stool and adds bulk. The soluble fibre in prunes is fermented in the colon to produce short-chain fatty acids, which also increase stool weight. Prunes contain sorbitol, which is poorly absorbed and pulls water into the colon and leading to a laxative effect. ➡️Apples
Apples contain pectin which is rapidly fermented by bacteria to form short-chain fatty acids, which pull water into the colon, softening the stool and decreasing gut transit time. ➡️Pears
Pears are high in fibre, fructose and sorbitol. Fructose is a type of sugar that is poorly absorbed in some people. This means that some of it ends up in the colon, where it pulls in water by osmosis, stimulating a bowel movement ➡️Kiwi
Kiwis are rich in fibre and an enzyme called actinidain which is responsible for kiwifruit’s positive effects on gut motility. ➡️Spinach
Greens help add bulk and weight to stools, making them easier to pass through the gut. ➡️Flaxseeds
Flaxseeds are rich in both soluble and insoluble dietary fibre. ➡️Bran
Bran significantly improves the frequency and consistency of bowel movements ➡️Chickpeas
Pulses contain a mix of both insoluble and soluble fibre. They add bulk and weight to stools, as well as soften them to facilitate passage. ➡️Kefir
Kefir increases moisture and bulk in the stool.
To avoid constipation, go when there is the urge to go. Exercise for at least 30min a day and stay hydrated with plenty of water.