Being a healthy traveller

Being a healthy traveller

Not only am I going to share some photos of my fabulous trip, but I’ll also let you in on how I’ve managed to eat MOSTLY on the programme over the last month. And I mean MOSTLY, because in special cases, I gave myself a bit of leeway. You’ll understand if you read on …

Being read: 365 Days of Wholeness

Being read: 365 Days of Wholeness

It’s a Sunday morning in winter. My husband and I meet friends for breakfast at Urban Projuice, the place where Tegan Steele aka Vegie Girl, one of the authors of 365 Days of Wholeness, gets to showcase her commitment to plant-based wholefood chemical free living all year round. The food feels clean and wholesome. But […]

Being on a Programme (and learning to say no)

It all begins in the mind. I’ve learned that from Dr Ian Gawler. To heal ourselves, we have to believe that healing is possible. Without the belief, without our mind on board, any efforts at healing the body will be difficult. In her book, Mind Over Medicine, Lissa Rankin MD analysed thousands of incidents of […]

Being Tempted (or just a whole lot of noise in my head)

Day 15: This regime is demanding. That’s about all I can say about that. No sooner have I finished one juice than it’s time for the next one, or meditation, or a meal. There has been very little time to do anything else, especially now that I’m doing my own juicing. I was supposed to […]

Being smooth

Ok, so I was sceptical.  All this talk about green smoothies was annoying.  Surely I’m getting the flood of nutrients I need from all the juices I’ve been having.  After all 3 or 4 vegetable juices a day gives a sick body a bit of a bang. But now it’s day 4 of incorporating green […]