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The Rejuv Detox Water is an infusion with lemon, lime, ginger, cucumber, cinnamon & mint leaves. It helps hydrate your body and brain at a cellular level! The Rejuv Detox Water help you hydrate and detox, and the added cinnamon has a powerful effect to balance your blood sugar levels to reduce appetite and carb cravings. A study by Khan Et al. from the American Diabetes Association concluded that taking 1, 3, or 6 g of cinnamon per day reduces serum glucose, triglyceride, LDL cholesterol, and total cholesterol in people with type 2 diabetes. The same study suggests that cinnamon inclusion in the diet of people with type 2 diabetes will reduce disease risk factors. Cinnamon is a crucial ingredient in our Rejuv Blood Sugar Support Capsules. Taking cinnamon helps stop cravings and makes you feel mentally and physically strong. Drink 2-3L of clean filtered water every day and try to drink 1-2L of that quota mixed with our detox water recipe. I mix up a big

Papaya boat Recipe for enhanced Gut Healing. I love papaya, and so does my gut, so I invented this recipe as a great snack or meal. To boost protein levels & to keep our blood sugar levels balanced, I added In the Vanilla Nourishing Protein that I formulated for Elle Macpherson & WelleCo.This protein contains all the essential vitamins, minerals, amino acids, prebiotics, and probiotics you need to stay lean, have glowing skin, a balanced mood and a healthy digestive system. Papaya itself is high in bioavailable vitamin C, high in fibre & contains a powerful enzyme called papain, great for digestion and help keep you lean. Papaya’s GI rating is 60, so I add nuts of vegan protein like in this recipe. This recipe also has antioxidant-rich berries to boost your immune system & nuts, which are a great source of omega 3 fatty acids to promote a healthy, youthful glow & keep your brain sharp. I use this Papaya Boat Recipe

Need help negotiating the Easter chocolate minefield? Many of us in and out of lockdown & social distancing still in place. Many are understandably using food as a comfort. Most of my patients have been struggling in this area with food and sugar cravings. This Easter - enjoy time with friends and family (even if only via zoom), and then after Easter, it is the perfect time to do a seasonal cleanse. Nourishing cleanses restore balance and wellness and help re-set both your mind and body from coming into your next season, be it winter or summer. This season is a time of transformation, to reset and allow the old to break away and establish a new elegant equilibrium in our lives. Easter and Passover time is symbolic of new life, new beginnings, protection and restoration. It is also a time to remember those who have passed and be thankful for all we have, and celebrate life.  Easter eggs are a symbol of

I created this recipe for Gluten-Free Muffins ten years ago when I was home after having three babies in 5 years and wanted a daily healthy treat but didn’t want to eat junk, especially breastfeeding. I’ve been baking them ever since, and now my kids love them so much they bake them too. Gluten-Free Muffins Recipe  Begin making the Gluten-Free Muffins by mixing the dry ingredients: 250g almond flour 1 teaspoon of baking soda 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon 1/2 teaspoon of nutmeg. In a separate bowl, whisk together the wet ingredients: 2 organic eggs 1/4 cup of unsweetened plant milk  1/4 cup of Birch xylitol or stevia or coconut sugar (if I make the banana versions, I often don’t add this - so see what you prefer). 1 grated apple with skin. Mix the wet ingredients with the dry ingredients. Add your flavour to the Gluten-Free Muffins - blueberries or any berries, with banana & walnuts - or

Vegan Red Velvet Cupcakes I made with my kids and simply swap out the nasty ingredients for whole-food clean ingredients and my kids love them! The Most Amazing Vegan Red Velvet Cupcakes I simply swap out all of the unhealthy ingredients for healthy ones as per below. Trust you and your family will love them as much as we do! Ingredients Cup Cake mix: Frosting: Instructions 3 cups all-purpose flour- swap for 1.5 cups of almond meal and 1.5 cups of spelt flour 3 cups granulated sugar- swap out for stevia & I only use 1 cup ½ cup cornstarch- remove ½ cup unsweetened cocoa powder - easy to get organic versions of this 1 tablespoon baking soda 1½ teaspoons baking powder 1½ teaspoons salt- swap for Himalayan pink salt 4 large eggs- remove 1½ cups buttermilk- swap fro almond milk or another plant milk if you have nut allergies such as oat milk 1¼ cups warm water ½ cup vegetable oil- swap for grape-seed oil

Finding Chocolate That Isn’t Totally Terrible for You: Need help to negotiate the Easter candy minefield next week? Dr Simoné spoke with Marianne from to give you lots of tips on how to make some good choices. Article A Guide to Finding Easter Candy That Isn’t Totally Terrible for You MARCH 31, 2017 @ 3:00 PM BY: MARIANNE MYCHASKIW, FEATURING DR SIMONÉ LAUBSCHER That aisle of Easter candy at your local drugstore can be an especially tricky territory to navigate. Although we wait the entire year for our fair share of Peeps and Mini Eggs, it’s easy to go overboard, so consider alternating the sugar rush with a few not-so-terrible options for balance. “It’s not fun to abstain from Easter candy all the time, but you can be savvy and make a good decision rather than going in blindly thinking you don’t have a choice,” says nutritionist Dr Simone Laubscher. “Around Easter, the main kind of candy people will be eating will be chocolate,