This is my go-to recipe to cleanse and restore balance after a late night and a glass or two of vino.
Cucumber is super hydrating as it is about 90% water; celery and kale are both natural anti-inflammatory foods, with kale and beetroot also packed with antioxidants. Beetroot can help stimulate the liver's natural detoxing processes; mint can soothe indigestion and inflammation and help to soothe an upset stomach. Chlorella is nature's magic wonder; the ultimate alkaliser to offset the acidic waste that builds up in our body from processed food and pollution. The best part? It actually does taste great !
- 1 Lebanese cucumber
- 4-5 celery sticks
- 3 Kale leaves
- 1/4 beetroot
- 5 leaves fresh mint
- 1 dessert spoon Synergy Natural Chlorella Powder
- 150-200mL water
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For Kirsty, health and wellness is a way of life and she is keenly passionate about inspiring others to help them achieve their optimum health. Aside from running a successful personal training business, Kirsty has also worked extensively in the media & entertainment industry; as the personal trainer for Mel B (Scary Spice), the 2011 Final 12 X-Factor contestants, and as the behind-the-scenes trainer for Channel 9′s BIG: Extreme Makeover.
Today, she appears regularly in The Sunday Telegraph’s Body+Soul weekly lift out, recently becoming the face of their body + soul revolution program – a 10week online diet and fitness program aimed at helping people achieve a balanced and healthy lifestyle.
She also appears regularly on healthyMEtv.com.au, writes for Women’s Fitness magazine and Yahoo! 7 Lifestyle and is regularly quoted by various newspapers and magazines for her outstanding knowledge of health and fitness
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