Wellness

Detox Unravelled – 2

January 22, 2016

The food you eat is central to your overall feeling of wellness. Given below are some basic recipes to help you start out on this detox adventure.

Ayurvedic Tea Blend Or CCF tea

Ingredients

  • 1 quart of purified water
  • 1 teaspoon whole cumin seed
  • 1 teaspoon whole coriander seed
  • 1 teaspoon whole fennel seed
  • Optional 1/2 inch grated ginger
  • Optional Raw honey or palm sugar to taste

Instructions

  1. Place all the ingredients in a pot, bring to a boil, reduce heat, and simmer for fifteen minutes, or until the seeds begin to sink.
  2. Remove from heat and strain.
  3. Store the tea in a thermos or in the refrigerator, but do not drink it cooler than room temperature.

Ayurvedic tea -Black pepper variation

Ingredients

  • 1/2 tsp cumin seed
  • 1/2 tsp coriander
  • 3-4 leaves of tulsi ( holy basil)
  • 1 inch ginger chopped or grated
  • 4 black pepper corn
  • 2 tablespoon honey
  • 3-4 cups water

Instructions

  1. Place all the ingredients in a pot, bring to a boil, reduce heat, and simmer for fifteen minutes.
  2. Remove from heat and strain.
Yields 5 servings

Detox Tea with Burdock Root

Ingredients

  • 1 burdock roots, peeled and roughly chopped
  • 1 stalk lemongrass, woody ends trimmed and thinly sliced
  • 1.5 inch piece fresh ginger, peeled and thinly sliced
  • 6 cups water
  • honey to sweeten (optional)

Instructions

  1. Combine the burdock, lemongrass, ginger and water in a large stock pot.
  2. Bring mixture to a boil and then reduce heat and simmer, partially covered (lay the lid slightly askew) for at least 20 minutes.
  3. Strain mixture and sweeten with honey if desired.
Yields 5 servings

Cleanser juice

Ingredients

  • 1 bunch kale, stems ends trimmed
  • 1 large English cucumbers
  • 1 small bunch parsley
  • ½ lemon juice

Instructions

  1. Juice kale, cucumber, parsley, and lemon and drink immediately.
Yields 1 serving

Detox juice

Ingredients

  • 3 small beets
  • 2-3 apples
  • 8 oz. blackberries
  • 1/2 inch fresh ginger

Instructions

  1. Please juice all the above ingredients and enjoy

Spiced Berry Juice

Ingredients

  • 2 cups strawberries
  • 1 cup dandelion leaves
  • 1 cup raspberries
  • 1 small chili optional
  • Honey to taste optional ( based on sweetness of berries )

Instructions

  1. Blend all the above ingredients and enjoy!!!

Salad Recipe with Cilantro Dressing

Ingredients

For the Cilantro Sensation Dressing

  • 1⁄4 cup cold-pressed flax seed oil
  • 1⁄2 cup extra virgin olive oil
  • 1⁄3 cup freshly squeezed lemon juice
  • Pinch unrefined sea salt
  • Large handful fresh cilantro
  • Handful fresh parsley
  • 1 clove garlic
  • 1 teaspoon unpasteurized honey

For the Salad

  • 2 cups leafy greens of your choice (spring mix, romaine lettuce, butter lettuce, etc.)
  • 1 carrot, grated
  • 1 small beet, grated
  • Handful raw or roasted, unsalted pumpkin seeds

Instructions

  1. Blend all dressing ingredients together until smooth in a blender or use a hand blender in a jar. (Refrigerate extra dressing in a lidded jar and eat within a few days.)
  2. Assemble leafy greens, grated carrot and beet on a large plate or bowl. Top with dressing and a handful of pumpkin seeds.

Dandelion Green and Citrus Salad

Ingredients

  • 1 bunch dandelion greens, washed, dried and trimmed
  • 1 pink grapefruit, segmented
  • 1 orange, segmented
  • 1/4 small red onion, sliced thin
  • 2 teaspoons honey
  • Juice of 1 lemon
  • 2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
  • Toasted Pecan or walnut halves
  • Salt and pepper to taste

Instructions

  1. In a bowl, whisk together the honey, lime juice,salt, pepper and olive oil.
  2. Cut the dandelion greens in half and transfer to the bowl with the dressing.
  3. Toss the greens with the dressing and let sit for 10 minutes.
  4. Transfer the dandelion greens to a platter and top with grapefruit and citrus segments, pecan halves, and red onion.
Yields 4 servings

Potassium rich Alkalising vegetable broth

Ingredients

  • 2 large potatoes unpeeled, chopped or sliced to ½ inch pieces
  • 1 cup carrots, shredded or sliced
  • 1 cup red beets, shredded or sliced
  • 1 cup celery, leaves and all, chopped to ½ inch pieces
  • 1 cup of any other available vegetables

Instructions

  1. Use stainless steel, enameled or earthenware utensils.
  2. Fill pot with 1 ½ quarts of water and slice the veggies directly into the water to prevent oxidation.
  3. Do not peel the potatoes, beets or carrots, just brush well.
  4. Cover and cook slowly for at least ½ hour.
  5. Let stand for another ½ hour; strain, cool until warm and serve.
  6. Keep leftovers in the refrigerator.

Wholesome Oatmeal

Ingredients

  • ½ cup dry rolled oats
  • 1½ cups water
  • ¼ cups raisins
  • ½–1 cup fresh apple, apricot, peach, or pear (cut into small pieces)
    Optional Warming Spices
  • ¼ teaspoon cinnamon powder
  • ¼ teaspoon nutmeg
  • ⅛ teaspoon cardamom powder
  • ⅛ teaspoon ginger powder

Instructions

  1. Combine the raisins, cut fruit, 1 cup water, and any desired spices in a small saucepan and bring to a boil on medium-high heat.
  2. Reduce heat and simmer for ten to fifteen minutes, or until the fruit is tender and well cooked (apples may take a tad longer).
  3. Add the oats, the remaining ½ cup of water, stir, and return to a boil.
  4. When the mixture boils, stir thoroughly, remove from heat, cover, and let stand for five to ten minutes, until the oats are soft and the water is absorbed. Cool and serve.
Yields 1 Serving

Rice with Mung lentils – Kitchari

Kitchari is a stew-type meal that is prepared from white rice and split mung dal. Kitchari is very easy to digest, which makes it a wonderful food for any cleansing regimen. It allows the digestive system to rest, allocating extra energy to the body’s natural detoxification processes. The quantities in this recipe provide a good starting point for a day’s supply of kitchari, but as you learn your preferences and habits, you are welcome to adjust the quantities to better fit your needs.

Ingredients

  • 1 cup organic white rice
  • ½ cup organic split mung dal
  • 2 tablespoons ghee
    Spices
  • ¼ teaspoon black mustard seeds
  • ½ teaspoon cumin seeds
  • ½ teaspoon turmeric powder
  • 1½ teaspoons coriander powder
  • ½ teaspoon fennel powder
  • 1 pinch hing (asafoetida)
  • 1 teaspoon fresh grated ginger
  • 1 teaspoon sea salt
  • 6 cups water
  • optional 2 cups easily digestible vegetables (such as asparagus, carrots, celery, green beans, summer squash, sweet potato, winter squash, or zucchini)

Instructions

  1. Soak the split mung dal overnight (or for at least four hours).
  2. Strain the soaking water, combine with the rice and rinse the mixture at least twice, or until the water runs clear, and set aside. In a medium saucepan or soup pot, warm the ghee over medium heat.
  3. Add the black mustard seeds, cumin seeds and sauté for a couple of minutes, until the mustard seeds begin to pop. Add the turmeric, coriander, fennel, hing, and fresh ginger.
  4. Stir briefly, until aromatic. Stir the rice and dal mixture into the spices and sauté for a few moments, stirring constantly. Add the 6 cups of water, turn heat to high, and bring to a boil.
  5. When the soup comes to a boil, stir in the salt, reduce heat, cover, and simmer for about forty minutes.
  6. Meanwhile, cut your vegetables into small, bite-sized pieces. About halfway through the kitchari’s cooking process, stir in the vegetables and allow the stew to return to a boil.
  7. Continue to simmer until the rice, dal, and vegetables are fully cooked. Remove from heat, cool, and serve.
  8. Note: some vegetables, such as sweet potatoes and winter squash, might require more cooking time and may be added earlier, if necessary.
  9. Aim to have very little water remaining when finished.
  10. The consistency should be that of a vegetable stew as opposed to a broth.
  11. While you want the beans, rice, and vegetables to be thoroughly cooked, excess water and over-stirring can cause the ingredients to become thick and gummy.
  12. Garnish the kitchari with your choice of fresh cilantro, and Enjoy!

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115 Comments

  • Reply Aria on January 23, 2016 says;

    P,
    Im amazed with the work you have showcased. This is a beautiful article, and complements very well with your part 1.

    Excellent! Thank you, and I’m going to try each one one them

  • Reply Katherine on January 23, 2016 says;

    This is a beautiful article. The best continuation from the previous post. Glad you posted this right after the first part, or else, it would have been lost. This is something I’ve been looking for, and wanting to begin it since years. It enables me right now to try your recipes, simply because of the faith I have built around you. I have tried your earlier recipes which lead to success, and nothing will stop me from trying this one as well.

    Thanks so much, and will keep you posted.

  • Reply Kamille Poire on January 23, 2016 says;

    Black pepper Ayurvedic tea is something I’m going to try! Thanks so much for your recipes

  • Reply Ruthie on January 23, 2016 says;

    I just finished reading your previous post, and to my surprise, the recipes pop up.. hehe.. this is an amazing post. Great blog too.

  • Reply Tamika on January 23, 2016 says;

    I love the Spiced Berry Juice. It is awesome!! I’m going to give a shot to other recipes in here.
    Thanks for the share.

  • Reply Zoe on January 23, 2016 says;

    These are great. These are the best.

  • Reply Agnus D on January 23, 2016 says;

    I will try Potassium rich Alkalising vegetable broth. Seems good. Thanks for sharing this.

  • Reply Emma Brown on January 23, 2016 says;

    These are some great recipies. I am always looking for recipies that will clean out my system and make me feel more healthy. I am going to try these.

  • Reply Camila on January 23, 2016 says;

    Yum! Great recipes, thank you for sharing!

  • Reply Teri on January 23, 2016 says;

    This will be my first doing one of these and I am just wondering any tips or ideas you can give me!! Thanks so much

  • Reply Grace on January 23, 2016 says;

    You have a wonderful knack to bring out the best in you. This followup post, the recipes and the previous post, are worth a read and of course, it needs to be implemented as well. Thank you so much for taking out your time and sharing these with us. You are blessed.

  • Reply Heather on January 23, 2016 says;

    I’m going to start of with the detox juice. Looks simple and not overly complicated. Thank you for starting this thread and sharing the recipe.

  • Reply Wendy R. on January 23, 2016 says;

    I hope people read the previous post and then dive into this one.
    In the previous post, I’m glad to see you’ve stressed this is not a lifestyle choice, and merely a short-term plan if people did want to try it.

    These are surely great recipes, and I’m a fan of your blog.

  • Reply Abbie Haynes on January 23, 2016 says;

    What an encouraging post! It complements the previous post. Excellent set of recipes.

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  • Reply Hannah on January 23, 2016 says;

    Have seen a lot, read a lot. These are the best

  • Reply ecoNugenics on January 23, 2016 says;

    A great compilation of detox recipes

  • Reply Jasmine on January 23, 2016 says;

    These are indeed a great compilation of your detox recipes. What I have done is, I have made a diary from your blog – “The diaries of Life’s Saga”; And I have carefully added each of your recipes in its own section.

    I will be trying out these recipes too

  • Reply Lauren on January 23, 2016 says;

    My name is Laura and I love what this site offers as well as your blogs!

    You write really well.

  • Reply Deborah on January 23, 2016 says;

    I’ve found this blog to be the best change in my life. Thank you so much.

  • Reply Sandra on January 23, 2016 says;

    Excellent recipes to try out. Love your blog, and your writing style. Very explanatory and to the point.
    Thanks

  • Reply Christy O. Miller on January 23, 2016 says;

    I just came across this post while searching for something else and thought I would take a moment to respond. These recipes that you have given here are superb. Always making own juices are the best.

  • Reply Daniella S on January 23, 2016 says;

    Great post and well discussed! Excellent recipes. Perfect follow-up from your previous one.

  • Reply breetle on January 23, 2016 says;

    I love this LS blog! Thank you so much for sharing. it is very helpful for Us! Very nice and Informative blog. Thank you

  • Reply hadewych on January 23, 2016 says;

    I think Juice Cleanse’s are a great way to revitalise. Thank you for the recipes

  • Reply J. Elliott on January 23, 2016 says;

    Very interesting post,I love this blog.It contains useful information. Will try the salads!

  • Reply Eva on January 23, 2016 says;

    I love your post, the recipes in it. Like the way you have divided it into tea, salads, juices, etc. It is by far the best I have read in the internet.

  • Reply Puja Santosh on January 23, 2016 says;

    P, excellent set of recipes. Loved your previous post. This is the best I’ve read so far.

  • Reply Olivia on January 23, 2016 says;

    Kitcheri & Oatmeals are something that one can try, if they don’t want to fast or go with juices. You have to credit the author for giving such an elaborate recipe set. It is well compiled, and I think the best is what is written here. Unlike the other blogs, who only stick with juices and yap of by committing to detoxing (no offence guys), but here, Its a set of valuable recipes, and one can choose what to consume, rather than taxing a wholesome on their body and health in the name of detoxifying!

    Thanks so much for your recipes and sharing to us.

  • Reply Heidi on January 23, 2016 says;

    +1 to Olivia. This is a fantastic article. Both this and the previous, the 2 parts complement each other very well. Is there a 3rd part here? You may never know what this author could surprise us with 🙂

  • Reply Jammie de la Cuesta on January 23, 2016 says;

    Dandelion Green and Citrus Salad, I must try this one!

  • Reply Stella Ester on January 23, 2016 says;

    Ceci est un merveilleux article

    Merci

  • Reply Stephanie Grinnan on January 23, 2016 says;

    Healthy recipes, healthy blog. Good work

  • Reply Leslie Fennell on January 23, 2016 says;

    One size does not fit all! And clearly you have listed variety of detox method. Appreciate your cleverness here. Unlike other blogs where I see either only teas or juices, you have given different approaches to detox. This is best, and I’ve printed out all of them.

  • Reply Holly on January 23, 2016 says;

    Wonderful post! Saved your recipes!

  • Reply Jessica Grant on January 23, 2016 says;

    I’m telling this to all whom I know.. this is a beautiful post here.

  • Reply Karen M. Moore on January 23, 2016 says;

    A very clever and interesting post. perfectly selected set of recipes.

  • Reply Imogen Bermingham on January 23, 2016 says;

    focused post should I say. these are choosey unlike other blogs, and i think the best recipes.

  • Reply Ursula on January 23, 2016 says;

    .A proper guide for detoxing. Thank you for sharing

  • Reply Tsu on January 23, 2016 says;

    very precise, and the best that is written here. I like your blog, and have actually tried all your recipes out here. fantastic post and keep giving us more.

    thanks

  • Reply Fifine Dupuy on January 23, 2016 says;

    I liked your post. I’m grateful to you for introducing the perfect recipes for detox. The part 1 is very intense and excellent tips for one to understand detox in depth.

  • Reply Madelyn Abigail on January 23, 2016 says;

    This is really excellent guide

  • Reply Katrina on January 23, 2016 says;

    I usually read a lot about detox juices. But I have seen a different approach in your post. You have given a wonderful split between juices, salads, etc. I kinda like to stick to the oatmeal that you have described. I will try this and keep you posted.

    thanks for this information though.

  • Reply Leah Lothe on January 23, 2016 says;

    There are a lot of benefits that one can gain from this website

  • Reply Ruby Ellis on January 23, 2016 says;

    Excellent post. Loved your recipes. Have taken prints and distributed in my family. each one of us are going to try out one of this. we are all excited to try this. thanks

  • Reply Ava Young on January 23, 2016 says;

    You can not believe just how so much time I had spent for this information! Thank you!
    You made my day

  • Reply Chinwemma Onyemauchechukwu on January 23, 2016 says;

    you don’t know how happy I’m seeing this post. I’m certainly going to try the salads.

  • Reply Linda on January 23, 2016 says;

    Nice detailed info. Thank you

  • Reply Orlene on January 23, 2016 says;

    Hi, great information…I am eager to try this.

  • Reply Onyz on January 23, 2016 says;

    Thanks so much. I want to try it ASAP!

  • Reply Rebekka on January 23, 2016 says;

    So simple, I love these recipes. Going to try the juices.

  • Reply Wilma on January 23, 2016 says;

    Very helpful!

  • Reply Tina on January 23, 2016 says;

    I have combined both the parts of detox unravelled, and took a print out to start working out accordingly. Will give a try to these recipes, and see which one suits me. Yes i know i have to change my lifestyle, but yes, its a sincere promise, I’ll start getting into groove.

    you are an inspiration. thanks

  • Reply Yasmin Pinto Fernandes on January 23, 2016 says;

    this is great I am looking forward to trying these.

  • Reply Christina on January 23, 2016 says;

    Thanks for sharing….my detox journey started yesterday after reading your article, and it has helped me with ideas and recipes!

  • Reply Riley Jones on January 23, 2016 says;

    as usual a great and in-depth article. I love some of the recipes in your list.

  • Reply Maria on January 23, 2016 says;

    If you could pick only one of the above detoxes which would it be?

    Awesome post!

  • Reply Janice on January 23, 2016 says;

    Great recipes! I have a few different ones from all over the net, but will scrap all of them to keep just yours.

    thanks

  • Reply Eloise Goodwin on January 23, 2016 says;

    thanks for the well thought out article! both the previous as well as this one. like all of those recipes prescribed in here.

  • Reply Sabína on January 23, 2016 says;

    Thank you for recipes.

  • Reply Gianna on January 23, 2016 says;

    Thank you, am embarking on detoxing this weekend. Thinking of starting with the salads, I’m yet to read your part 1. seems too big a post

  • Reply Yamani K on January 23, 2016 says;

    Thank you for recipes. Just brought a brand new juicer, and it is well worth it now. Am going to try your juice recipes.

  • Reply Inga on January 23, 2016 says;

    Now, I want to try juices and make it for my family

  • Reply Victoria on January 23, 2016 says;

    Great article – I especially like the Salad Recipe with Cilantro Dressing

  • Reply Katie on January 23, 2016 says;

    Can’t wait to start. Excellent articles

  • Reply Kasia on January 23, 2016 says;

    Thanks for sharing. I can pass this information on to friends and family members. Thanks again.

  • Reply Sheela Patrick on January 23, 2016 says;

    Thank you, this is really helpful for us. You are a genius.
    I read both of your Detoxing unravelled posts. The first one has a real explanation to this recipe one. I recommend the readers to read the part 1 before the venture into part 2. Has a clear set of tips that needs to be followed rather than just sipping some juices.

    Thanks again.

    She

  • Reply Darya on January 23, 2016 says;

    I am greatful for this wonderful information. I’ll stick to salads instead of juices or tea. I know liquids could be faster in detoxification although I many be completely wrong, but salads will keep you filled.

  • Reply Malvika Jaswal on January 23, 2016 says;

    thank you and it is really helpful for us. great information on detoxing.

  • Reply Wang on January 23, 2016 says;

    I would like to share this helpful post with my colleagues and friends and family. Great deal of valuable information.

  • Reply Peldyn on January 23, 2016 says;

    Very good information. I see all of your articles have more of quality although quantity is there. Atlas you are spot on in providing the required and valid information. Saved it for later use. Thanks

  • Reply Angie on January 23, 2016 says;

    great information to start a habit of healthy living. so much thanks to you. i’m sure like me, there are so many who are grateful to you for having this post published online.

  • Reply Robbie Jones on January 23, 2016 says;

    Thank you very much!

  • Reply Priscilla on January 23, 2016 says;

    Much needed information on what detoxing is all about. The post 1 is the best I’ve read so far. This post, is another excellent complement because you are just talking about juices like others just ramble about. Like the quality of your posts.

    well done and keep up this good work

  • Reply Kayleigh Cook on January 23, 2016 says;

    Reading a lot from other regular websites, I’ve been busy juicing, assuming juicing was the only way to detox. No, I’m clearly wrong.
    Thanks to your post. It is a definite eye-opener for me, and perhaps for many others too I guess.

  • Reply jules on January 23, 2016 says;

    Sure, I’m going to try one of these.. Its a weekend, should I try now or when monday begins.. lol 🙂

  • Reply ksenia on January 23, 2016 says;

    This is some life saver post!! Why was I searching high and low for this, when nothing better than this could be explained anywhere else.

    These recipes are a real deal breaker. Thank you so much. Counting on these.

  • Reply Anetta on January 23, 2016 says;

    Read both your posts on detoxing unravelled. simply amazing. Specially the first post is awesome! Loved the read.

  • Reply Peggy on January 23, 2016 says;

    The best stuff i have ever read in the net. i think, your post header should be “Detox Simplified” or “Detox for the Dummies” instead of unravelled.

    Loved your posts. You blog is awesome!

  • Reply Anna Torres on January 23, 2016 says;

    Like these ideas. Really looking to detox from medication & bad eating.

  • Reply Brigitte on January 23, 2016 says;

    Even the lazy can start of with one of these recipes. I mean, just salads, who won’t have salads. You are fantastic in delivering the stuff for all kind of people.

    Thanks

  • Reply Julia Rudich on January 23, 2016 says;

    Awesome Post. Good lick for your wonderful blog

  • Reply Eliska on January 23, 2016 says;

    Great line up of detoxing recipes.I think all the other bloggers must follow your post!

    Excellent writeup.

  • Reply Trudy W on January 23, 2016 says;

    thanks for sharing these. I can go on rambling on how your blog and the posts are, but I think you have already got a lot of compliments here.

    My 2 cents: its an awesome blog.

  • Reply kowsilla s on January 23, 2016 says;

    great tips in post 1 and great recipes in this post, need to get started.

  • Reply Aubury on January 23, 2016 says;

    Mmmm!! Great recipes in here. I must try the tea

  • Reply Ambrosini Ami on January 23, 2016 says;

    I will surely try these and give my feedback! It is an amazing post, both of them.

  • Reply Florabella on January 23, 2016 says;

    Pin that. Yes you heard me. This is a great post! Did not see such a structured post and diversifications. Great work!

  • Reply Ester on January 23, 2016 says;

    this is incredible! You certainly have what it takes to make this work! haven’t read any posts like this recently.

    Congrats.

  • Reply Tara on January 23, 2016 says;

    It is quite motivating to read your post.

  • Reply Stella Ester on January 23, 2016 says;

    Je veux vos méthodes de désintoxication. C’est vraiment bien. Je vais essayer une de ces recettes sur le week-end. Merci

  • Reply Patricia on January 23, 2016 says;

    I’m new to this, and was skeptical in trying it out. Your post the first and the second one has cleared all the blockages that I had. I’m going to start off with the simple Ayurvedic tea and perhaps move forward with salads. Thanks

  • Reply Liz on January 23, 2016 says;

    This all looks great! Just wait till I put my hands on this!

  • Reply Donna B. on January 23, 2016 says;

    Oh I’m super interested in trying out these recipes.

  • Reply rain77 on January 23, 2016 says;

    I’m inclined to try out the salads; very tempting. I knew yesterday, that your part two will be of recipes.. 🙂

  • Reply Freya on January 23, 2016 says;

    Greetings! I’ve been reading your web site for a while now and finally got the courage to go ahead and give you a shout out from Lubbock Texas! Just wanted to tell you keep up the good work!

  • Reply Andrea Conboy on January 23, 2016 says;

    I am starting to juice tomorrow. I am going back to the gym. I’m also going to start tweaking my lifestyle a bit based on your tips in the previous post. Thanks for all your hard work to keep many of us happy.

  • Reply Febinna on January 23, 2016 says;

    Hope this helps everyone of us. Its a wonderful post I admit.

  • Reply Dorothy on January 23, 2016 says;

    This sounds like fun. Not like detoxing. I think the author must get the credit of making it sound fun rather than detoxing.

    I’m now more than happy to try detoxing the salad way instead of the methods everyone follows – “JUICE”

    Thanks for your wonderful post.

  • Reply Teresa on January 23, 2016 says;

    this post has inspired me and has given tremendous information about detoxing. Plan in trying out this week

  • Reply Sharimah Binte Shariff on January 23, 2016 says;

    Thanks for the various recipes. The various recipes that you provided looks interesting. I will get those items mentioned and try a few of these recipes.

  • Reply Shannon on January 23, 2016 says;

    We are trying the recipes this weekend!

  • Reply Arvil on January 23, 2016 says;

    I just purchased a new juicer and am looking forward to trying some of those juices. Well even the Ayurvedic tea entices me

  • Reply Nichole on January 23, 2016 says;

    Will be trying one of your recepies for breakfast tomorrow

  • Reply Paulina on January 23, 2016 says;

    This is an amazing post! very well detailed out recipes! Thanks a ton

  • Reply Shayna M. from Detroit on January 23, 2016 says;

    these recipes sound really good cant wait to try.

  • Reply Sophia Giles on January 23, 2016 says;

    I am curious. I definitely want to try this one!

  • Reply Anjalee on January 23, 2016 says;

    I really like this site! Great recipes! Am gonna try out the vegetable broth

  • Reply aroranid93 on January 23, 2016 says;

    Looks so much easier in your post than anywhere else. Beautiful post!

  • Reply Jo on January 23, 2016 says;

    This is great, really getting to grips with it. The salad recipes looks delicious!
    Thanks for this post

  • Reply Rejie Camano Gelera on January 23, 2016 says;

    Fallen in love with these detoxes recipes. fantastic post.. great morning 🙂

  • Reply Zeyba Harsyah - Universidad de la Experiencia on January 23, 2016 says;

    This is to complement your previous post! Excellent recipes. Loving the information provided on ingredients.

  • Reply Dipti on January 23, 2016 says;

    Fantastic writeup. Nice to see variety of detox recipes.

  • Reply Rachel Cotterill on January 23, 2016 says;

    Obviously these recipes are way ahead of anyone else in the net. I love your recipes and they are so practical.

  • Reply Tilly on January 23, 2016 says;

    I really need to these. Awesome recipes

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