Advice about detoxification, from Keep the beet (Trish Carty)

To eat a healthy diet is essential, but sometimes it could be good to perform some kind of detoxification too, liver cleansing, colon cleansing, fasting and so on – here’s a link to some advices about this “theme”:

Keep the Beet is a blog written by Trish Carty, Nutritional Therapy Practitioner.

Here are some words from the blog about this – click on the link above if you want to read the whole thing:

“Specific root vegetables such as spanish black radish and herbs such as ginger, garlic, oregano, turmeric are extremely useful for an ongoing chelation and drainage process. When combined with lacto fermentation it creates a healing food source. Specific juicing combinations that use beets, greens and garlic on a daily basis is a great way to gently rid the body of heavy metals. As in the GAPS, Gut and Psychology Syndrome by Dr Natasha Campbell-McBride protocol, the specific primary combinations fermented foods, juicing and bone broths provide an environment of gentle detox for the purpose healing and sealing the gut. Contact me as a CGPS Practitioner HERE. Other fats, such as coconut oil which I use for oil pulling, is so useful to the detoxification process. Did you know that coconut’s are a medium chain fatty acid? The anti bacterial and antimicrobial properties are so important. Other good fats are leaf lard from pastured pork and tallow from grass fed cows along with ghee and grass fed butter. Of course using olive oil, extra virgin organic only in a non cooking capacity is best. I use specially in dressings or or condiments for foods.”

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