The gentle 3 day liver detox program

THE GENTLE 3 DAY LIVER DETOX PROGRAM

By HAMPSTEAD HEALTH PRACTICE

*You will need a juicer and a blender. * Do not eat any thing after 8 p m. *Aim to drink 9-10 glasses of water a day.

DAY 1

Start with a glass of water followed by half a lemon in a cup of boiled warm water.

Breakfast

1-2 boiled eggs with a couple of sprigs of parsley OR 5 figs

Snack

1 apple (winter). 1 tangerine(summer)

Lunch

Aduki beans, with steamed broccoli, runner beans, onion and red pepper

Snack

1 pear.

Dinner

3 tablespoons of mung beans cooked with a pinch of nori flakes with broccoli, garlic, red cabbage and
artichokes (when is season) or kale (when is season), with cayenne pepper, fennel and mustard seeds.

20 minutes after dinner have a cup of half a squeezed lemon in warm water.

DAY 2

Breakfast

Start the day with a glass of water.

Juice of Broccoli, 1 red pepper, 3/4 of a cucumber, fresh basil, 1 lemon and 1/2 a teaspoon of cinnamon

Snack

A small bowl of chopped watercress, beetroot and onion served with olive oil and lemon.

Lunch

Freshly blended liquid vegetable soup of broccoli and carrots, cabbage, pinch of nori flakes, 1 tsp of turmeric
and 3 garlic gloves. (make enough for 2 medium size bowls, 1 for lunch and 1 for dinner)

Snack

1 pear

Dinner

Starter: Steamed asparagus with freshly squeezed lemon and ginger.

Main: Liquid vegetable soup with broccoli, carrots, cabbage, pinch of nori flakes, 1 tsp of turmeric & 3 garlic cloves

DAY 3

Breakfast

Juice 25 seeded grapes, 3/4 of a cucumber & 1 tbs of olive oil, squeeze of lemon juice & a sprig of mint.

Snack

1 apple.

Lunch

Chopped beetroot with watercress, onion and raw broccoli with a lemon and olive oil dressing.

Snack

1 pear

Dinner

Juice of broccoli, 1 red pepper, 3/4 of a cucumber, 1/2 lemon and a tablespoon of olive oil.

 

AVOID THE FOODS YOU ARE INTOLERANT OR ALLERGIC TO.

AFTERCARE SHEET FOR CLEANSING THE LIVER

The liver is a complex organ that plays a major role in most metabolic processes including

detoxing the body.

Many of the toxic chemicals the liver must neutralise come from the content of the bowel, what

we eat and drink and the air that we breathe.

Q/ Why is it good to detox?

A/ To remove toxins from the body that could even have been stored for years. By detoxing

the body regularly you can rejuvenate and add vitality back to your life.

There are different ways to detox. This gentle liver detox is easy to do and fits into the busy

person’s lifestyle.

With this gentle detox you will be asked to follow an after care programme.

This will involve adding foods into your daily eating programme that help to continue cleansing

the liver.

During your 3 day detox do not eat any thing after 8 p.m.

Aftercare for the next 3 days.

The day after your detox eat 5 figs.for breakfast.

Whenever possible your lunch or dinner should be accompanied by a side salad or salad served as a main meal. The salad is to include fresh beetroot.

Other meals are to include steamed or raw seasonal vegetables including watercress, broccoli, kelp, and cabbage.

Live organic yogurt for breakfast or as a snack with almonds and pumpkin seeds will help put back good bacteria into your body. If you are detoxing at wintertime, it would be better to take a probiotic supplement instead of the yogurt.

Keep eating fresh lemons to help cleanse and support your immune system.

PREPARATION IS THE KEY

You will need a juicer and a blender.

Make a shopping list.

Go to the shops and buy all you need for your detox program.

Restock on day 4 for the next 3 days with your aftercare foods.

Other foods to help improve liver function.

Foods to help improve liver function are garlic, onions, eggs and legumes, which are all sulphur foods.

(The beans can be tinned but must be organic when it comes to a detox program).

Water-soluble fibres such as apples and pears are good to stock up on for the week after especially

when in season.

Other good liver cleansing foods are Brussel sprouts, artichokes, dandelion and liquorice.

Buy organic when on a detox program.

Focus on good breathing and regular exercise and smile.

BETTER YOUR LIFE COACHING

Angie Michael - Nutritional Therapist

Angie Michael P.D.N.N, Bant, C.N.C.H. Clin Hyp, Natural Health Coach, NLP.

 
Angie Michael has been a Practitioner in Natural Nutrition for over 18 years and finds supporting the client with personal Nutritional advice can empower the client to focus on reaching their optimum health.
 

Clinical Hypnotherapy

Angie Michael is fully trained in the discipline of Hypnotherapy. Angie trained at The Phil Parker Training institute and was awarded the diploma in Clinical Hypnotherapy.
 

Life Coaching

Angie Michael is fully trained in the discipline of Neurolinguistic Programming and coaching. Angie Michael trained at the Phil Parker Training institute and was awarded the diploma in NLP and Coaching.
 

Nutrition

Angie says, " As a Nutritional based Practitioner of 18 years, the subject of Nutrition is truly my passion and vocation in life.
Good nutrition can help prevent disease and promote health.
As a client you will be given a natural health care program to help you on your journey to better health.
 

Better Your Life Coaching

Angie Michael has created an amazing formula which involves all of her skills. The session takes two hours and may be life changing.
 

The Asyra

Using the Asyra can give support in the energetic state of the body.

The Asyra works in a complimentary manner to support in strengthening the body and mind.
 
The Asyra is not a diagnostic tool and is not used to replace your G.P or Specialists.
 
If you have any symptoms it is important that you speak to your GP.
 
The Asyra is about creating Homeostasis not diagnosis.
 

Homeostasis

The tendency of a system, especially the physiological system, to maintain internal stability, owing to the coordinated response of its parts to any situation or stimulus that would tend to disturb its normal condition or function.