Last week I had my very first colonic. I’ve been doing daily coffee enemas for over three years now, so I’m quite comfortable with putting tubes up my backside and funnelling fluid into my colon. But this was different.Read More
GUEST POST BY DANI PEPPER.
Our skin is the largest organ of our body and it’s also an excretory organ, meaning it’s a means for removing unwanted materials from our bodies. Our bodies are super clever and try to communicate with us by getting our attention. Wrinkling, dimpling and break-outs are our bodies way of screaming for attention and should signal to you that something is amiss internally.Read More
There isn’t a day that goes by that I don’t pause and silently thank the universe for how amazingly blessed I am, but on the weekend that I went to Gwinganna Lifestyle Retreat, these silent “thank yous” became my mantra. I was constantly overwhelmed by the amount of beauty, love and joy I was surrounded with – and couldn’t help thanking whoever is responsible for creating it and collaborating with me on bringing it into my life.Read More
Another part of my permanent morning routine is dry body brushing. I do it right after clay eating, oil pulling, and mountain climbing and right before I shower and meditate. In today’s episode of healthtalks, Mel and I chat about why body brushing is so good for you.Read More
Out of all of the detox rituals I perform on a daily basis, oil pulling is probably one that I receive most questions about. You guys are used to me talking about coffee enemas (It seems I’m succeeding in making them cool!), but oil pulling is still a bit of a mystery. This week’s episode of healthtalks is all about debunking that mystery.Read More
We’re back for another season of healthtalks! The girls and I had so much fun filming the episodes for season 2, and starting today we are going to be rolling them out each week for you. Today we kick things off with a bit of a season 2 preview, and then we head over to the kitchen as Sam walks us through an amazing Beet Top Tea recipe.Read More
When I pledged to take the empowered approach in response to my cancer wake up call, it felt like I was being tortured by having all of the foods I knew and loved taken away from me. Suddenly everything that had been a staple of my diet for the first 22 years of my life was forbidden and I was left thinking, “what the heck and I supposed to eat?” I had absolutely no idea how to feed myself if I couldn’t rely on bottles of flavour and “instant” foods.
Thankfully, I learnt that not only would I not starve, but that I would also be opening myself up to an entire world of foods that have amazing healing powers. Every member of the plant family has beautiful healing qualities, but these guys are my top 10:Read More
I first heard Kyle Cease talk during a telesummit at the beginning of the year and I instantly became a fan. Kyle is a comedian, actor (you may remember him from 10 Things I Hate About You and Not Another Teen Movie) and motivational speaker. After 20 years on the comedy circuit, Kyle now combines transformation with comedy to bring a less-serious tone to the landscape. He is also one of the nicest guys ever.Read More