Have you noticed that I write about coffee enemas a lot? Every time I write about coffee enemas, the #1 question I get in the comments is, “How do I prepare the coffee enema?” And the #2 question is, “How much coffee do I use?” If you’re one of my readers who’s asking these questions, today’s post is for you!
It’s no secret that I believe in the amazing benefits of coffee enemas. I’ve seen firsthand the healing power that coffee enemas have had on my digestive system. I was expecting that. What I wasn’t expecting, however, were a few other side benefits.
Welcome to the fourth and final installment of the Nutritional Balancing for Dummies series! The lifestyle aspect of Nutritional Balancing is, in my opinion, the hardest part of the program to consistently follow because it’s not something you can check off a list. Keep reading to learn some tangible and intangible ways you can change your lifestyle for a positive impact on your health!
In continuing with my series on the four aspects of a successful and complete Nutritional Balancing program, today I’m diving into supplementation!
Our bodies detox on their own every day. We don’t have to do or take anything to make that process happen. Detox is more efficient in some people than it is in others. How efficiently your body detoxes depends on numerous factors, including liver toxicity, metabolic rate, diet, stress level, sleep quality, and more.
If you are on a Nutritional Balancing program, it is likely that your body’s detoxification processes have slowed and are not as efficient as they should be. This causes things to get sort of “backed up”, and your liver/gallbladder can become sluggish, your skin may be broken out, or you may have classic lack-of-detox symptoms: headaches, brain fog, or a weakened immune system.
Our bodies have to process hundreds of thousands of toxins on a daily basis. Cleaning up your diet will go a long way toward reducing your body’s toxic load, but if your detox pathways have been slowed down for many years, diet alone is probably not enough to get things back where they need to be.
Today, I’m going to focus on another leg of the Nutritional Balancing chair: DETOX.
Welcome to the Nutritional Balancing for Dummies series! Over the next few weeks, I’m going to dissect the four components of a Nutritional Balancing protocol and explain each one in layman’s terms. When you try to explain Nutritional Balancing to people, most of what you say typically goes right over their heads … because it’s A LOT of information. I lose people somewhere between “I take 24 pills a day” and “I love coffee enemas”.
Today’s post is an in-depth explanation of the diet aspect. I’m also going to explain how I’ve incorporated NB into my lifestyle and some exceptions to the “rules” that I’ve allowed on my program.