weight, energize, and glow with over 50 recipes and complete 10 day detox plan.
This whole foods cleanse includes detailed menu plan, shopping list, and bonus
recipes to make after your cleanse. Renewal "Anytime" also includes
pre-detox plan, daily instructions, FAQ's, and post-detox next steps.
Are you ready to get your detox on? I
have so many exciting things in store for you. If you need a quick pick-me-up
after vacation or a binge weekend, Renewal “Anytime” is a perfect body
reboot. You can also use this detox if you need to look and feel
good fast for a wedding, reunion, or big event. Before you embark on your
detox journey, I want to talk about the word BALANCE. Ahhhh, balance.
You are told to strive for balance in your
life. In my opinion, that’s pretty difficult to accomplish. As humans, we
have so many outside sources that can get us out of whack with life. New
job, moving, marriage, trips, environmental toxins… Since you can’t control
every single thing in your life, you can, however, control what you put into
our body and how you deal with stress.
That’s why I developed Renewal “Anytime” 10
Day Detox. Think of this plan as a clean living jumpstart. You will
start with eating clean, whole foods. You will also incorporate exercise,
breathing, and even dry brushing and massage. So let’s call it a
re-balance. This is something you can do when you start to feel
“off”, overwhelmed or even heavy and tired. Our bodies do, however, strive for
balance to keep us in optimum health; physically, mentally,
emotionally, within seasons, nature, and even with each other.
Physically, your blood needs to be at a pH
level of 7.365. Did you ever hear of acidity and alkaline? Maybe in a
biology class way back? I don’t want to go into a science lesson, but
instead, I want to point out something extremely important; your body loves
you. Your body works hard to keep you alive. When we become acidic over time
due to consuming a lot of caffeine, sugar and processed foods, being exposed to
environmental toxins like pesticides, and most of all stress, this leads to
Inflammation leads to chronic disease.
Not good. We don’t want any of that.
So doing a gentle cleanse is a great way to re-balance by pumping the alkaline
foods such as dark leafy greens, veggies and fruits and taking some “me” time.
Managing stress is also a way to help the
body re-balance. Try yoga, meditation, or breathing. While eating lunch,
try sitting still for 5 minutes without the TV on, texting, or reading a
magazine. Your body is striving for balance so make sure to participate in
activities that are relaxing and soulful; alkaline activities.
While your body is working to keep you
healthy, make sure to get a re-balance once in awhile to help her out.
Take out this plan after your cleanse; use the recipes, tips and give your body
a reboot each season or when you need a healthy jumpstart. Remember that
having perfect balance isn’t really doable, but you can get pretty darn close
by following the steps in this plan.
I’m so excited to be on this wellness journey
with you. Have an amazing detox experience and keep in mind this is not about
perfection but about getting a chance to RE-BALANCE.
Pre- Cleansing Instructions
Here’s your action plan for a successful
1. Set a goal or intention. Before you
begin your detox, write down a few things you hope to achieve during your 10
days. You can reference your goals when your enthusiasm occasionally
2. Prepare your loved ones. Your
family, friends, even coworkers (especially those you eat meals with) should
know how important the detox is to you. Ask for their support.
3. Invite a friend to join in on the
fun. Even the most motivated person can derail without support.
Doing the detox with a partner means you can encourage each other, trade meals,
or even chat about daily progress. It’s nice to have someone to
commiserate with when you miss that chocolate!
First, start weaning with caffeine and
sugar. They are drugs I tell you! Plus your first few days of detox will
be extremely difficult if you don’t start weaning at least 2-3 days
For caffeine, limit your use. For
example, if you drink 3 Diet Cokes a day; try for 1 and replace with water or
an herbal tea. If you drink 4 cups of coffee, just drink 2, then half caf/half
For sugar, limit processed foods as much as
possible. Artificial and added sugars hide out in boxed and bagged
products. Also, try using natural sweeteners like stevia or raw honey
until your detox starts.
Next, limit any processed foods, gluten,
soy, dairy and alcohol during the pre-cleansing process. That way you can
ease into your detox without shocking your system.
5. Clean out your fridge. Get rid of
any old produce, leftovers, and any foods that don’t fit into the detox
plan. Make room for all the gorgeous veggies, fruits and greens. I
promise when you open up the door, you will see beauty!
6. Check your detox shopping list and look
in your pantry for items you already have on hand. Make sure you have
* filtered water * fresh lemons (for morning water especially) * extra virgin olive oil * raw apple cider vinegar ( I use this daily…fights any illness I swear!) * sea salt- preferably Celtic * organic pepper * an assortment of fresh herbs * spices (to jazz up any grain or veggie)
6. Get yourself a detox prezzie.
Invest in something that will make your 10 days more comfortable and fun.
I bought a pretty bowl for my salads and a gorgeous crystal-looking glass for
my juices. What about a cool travel lunch bag or cooler to tote around all your
detox goodies? Funky placemats to use for your meals? How can you feel special
during these 10 days? This is the most important step…ready?
7. Please use these 10 days to take care of
YOU. Tell your family and friends that you are taking time for yourself
so that they know to either help out with meals or give you some alone time at
night. Make sure to limit stress as much as possible. Also, your food is
so connected to your thoughts. Cherish each bite and take time to breathe and
be still. This is a time of connection: your body, mind, and
I’m so happy to be cleansing with you!
Renewal “Anytime” Detox...How It Works
Renewal “Anytime” Detox is for 10 days…10 days of discovering new things about
your body. How glorious!
Here’s how it works:
1. Read this entire book, cover to
cover, before you head to the grocery store.
2. Check your pantry. Do you have leftover
quinoa or a spices that can be used for the cleanse? Don’t go and buy extra
items. Stick to the list, especially if you have a budget. You might
have some of the ingredients hanging out in your cupboard or fridge.
*Most items can be found at a natural food
store. Just ask anyone in the produce section or bulk section for items you are
looking for. Don’t take a lot of time searching for items. Ask for help.
*I like to buy my grains like quinoa in the
bulk section of the grocery store; saves me a little cash plus I can get the
right amount I need for a recipe.
3. Make sure to follow the Daily Practices
such as breathing and dry brushing so you have an overall holistic experience
with your detox.
4. Journal during your cleanse to jot down
feelings, observations, etc… This is a nice way to get to know your body better
and make that body-mind connection even stronger.
5. Use the “Return to Life” section of this
book to ease back after detox. Make sure to focus on what foods you don’t need
or just want to introduce slowly.
This packet can guide you towards a plan
afterwards. As you know, each person is uniquely different, so customize
your next steps per your body, schedule, and lifestyle.
6.Use the BONUS recipes after your detox to
keep the glow going. These recipes will also help you ease back into
“regular life” without shocking your system.
Questions about detox…
Detox can be an amazing experience, but
knowing the ins and outs of the process is so beneficial to a successful
These questions have been compiled during my
work with thousands of clients. You might be asking yourself some of these
questions as you embark on this clean living adventure.
Make sure to refer to
this section before you start your detox - and during - if concerns come up.
A BRAND NEW ADDRESS (INTERVENUS Book 1) by Kathleen Rowland
File Size: 1280 KB Print Length: 170 pages Publisher: Kathleen Rowland (May 13, 2014) Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc. Amazon Link About the book: THE DARKEST SINS Octogenarian CEO Gwendolyn Mantis of Botany General didn’t create the ice age cold but keeps dwindling resources out of reach for the poor. Two hundred years before, a meteor bombardment threw Earth into a second Ice Age. Mars and Venus are habitable, but her company, BotGen, started a nuclear war on Mars nuclear war. Venus is the next big hope. Cunning and meticulous, Ms. Mantis is always in control. Her right hand man, Vito Savage, knows mercy will not an option when he announces the space race to Venus.
WILL ALWAYS Dedicated to her work as a subsistence gardener, teenager Yardley Van Dyke promised her dying mother she’d care for the family by growing food, but family dynamics have changed. Her father’s fiance wants to sell the greenhouse in order to move into the swanky Bioshere. After winning a prize for her intergalactic garden, Yardley learns of the installment on her prototype in all the shuttles. She yearns for recognition. Tough, outspoken protector Marchand LaFont sails his ice boat across the frozen tundra to deliver fuel and food to the needy. Robin-hooding puts him on BotGen’s watch list. Groomed for the space race, Marchand calls the shots when he plans enters the space race and invites his best friend, Skeeter, Yardley’s twin brother,to join him as his crew. COME TO LIGHT When Skeeter decides not to go, Yardley, goes up against her father to go in his place. Hoping to start a garden on Venus, she signs on as Marchand’s crew. In spite of his brazen exterior, she falls for him. He cares for her too, but can’t let his emotions get in the way of his mission. He must keep evil Vito Savage from annihilating those who gets in his way while staying alive. Will Venus be their new address where they can fulfil their dreams?
From the living room Dad’s voice charged its way to the front porch swing. He and his fiancé were at it again. Just terrific. Hunkered under a fur-lined quilt, Yardley Van Dyke’s head pounded, worsened by the frigid air. As if trapped in a vise, pain squeezed hard from both temples. On the swing she faced forward with her back against the house. Against them. Between them. With their fight on its fourth day, they battled over her late mother’s greenhouse. Yardley tended it all day, every day. His fiancé, Pinky Hazelton, wanted to sell it and move into the Biosphere with its profits. Powerless with her at the top of the pecking order, her mouth strained. Around Pinky, she forced it into a straight line. Why did Dad ignore her promise to her dying mother? For three years, she’d grown food for the family. Mom’s hodge-podgy structure protected plants against the freeze of Earth’s second ice age. Yardley met the challenge of gardening in the frigid hinterlands, but without a surplus to sell, she had the low pro of a subsistence gardener. She reined in ideas to maximize sunlight although her latest effort worked. Discarded Mylar balloons reflected light. With fifty mounted, she pinched fewer dead leaves. Under the quilt she balanced a basket of peas on her lap, proof of success from her dirt-candy world. Yardley took a pod, tore down the string, and dumped peas into the basket. Inside the cabin Pinky screamed, “Time is running out.” Timeliness, a variation of her hammering technique, arose with every current event. “I’ll think on it.” Dad’s voice razzed like a trombone. “Better be quick.” As Pinky squawked about the essence of time, the trombone cranked louder and louder. Their bombardment sent Yardley a wakeup call. Her hands shook, and she stopped shelling for one reason. She predicted their routine. Dad blew a gasket before giving in. After that, Pinky won. He yelled, “Stop needling me, Pinky.” Hearing a smash, Yardley jerked upright. A crashed dish against the wall? She had no idea what would come next. A flipping of a table? His fiancé screamed, “Yeah? Put this in your data bucket. An ice cap moves south.” She imagined Dad’s face turning beet red as he fumed just short of a gasket-blow. Rubbing one side of her head, she faced the frigid combination of family tension and the twenty-second century ice age. Their now quiet cabin in Newport Beach, California sat in an Arctic spruce forest with northern Siberian climate suffering an annual drop of five degrees.
“Cold, colder, and about to be coldest.” Pinky filled the vacuum with truth, but was timing immediate? “You know, Pinky. While I tested you out, you took over.” Dad’s off-topic roar revealed bitterness, but he’d come around to her side. “Good thing I did. Want to sit on a polar ice cap? It kills everything that’s not dead.” Sick of listening to them, Yardley’s gaze shifted to the porch steps. With the inclement weather, they’d turn slick. She’d slip and spill her peas if she stepped down them to walk the path to the greenhouse. Not quite done shelling, a syrupy voice came through the rough-hewn triple-plank wall. “I don’t want you dead, sweetheart.” Pinky’s wear-down entered its completion stage. An icy gust blew strands of hair across Yardley’s face. She groaned and let it be. If she moved her hands, she’d spill the pods. Her thoughts shot from the greenhouse issue to a parallel problem. Without the greenhouse, she’d be a non-contributing eighteen-year-old still living at home. Pulling the quilt over her head, she preferred the ice-age temperature to hanging out with them. Using a chipmunk voice on herself cheered her up. Yardley, there’s no work for you. Run along, won’t you? Inside the cabin Pinky fueled her hissy fit with a nightmare. “Oh, Robert,” she said, “I had a bad dream.” Pinky’s premonitions often came in this form. “If we stay here, we’ll die of full-body frostbite.” The chipmunk squeaked in her mind. Bit of a cold snap. “No one wants that.” Dad’s tone warmed up. Yardley’s throat tightened. She swallowed a lump of raw emotion but refused to cry or give into defeat. She listened to Dad’s steady voice as he brought up hidden expenses at the Biosphere. “Selling the greenhouse might get us in, Hon. But can we afford it long term?” Right on, Dad. Don’t give up. “Sweetheart, we need a contract.” Within the cabin, the drama queen spoke matter-of-factly. “I know people at BotGen Incorporated.” Yardley cringed, wishing she had the means to incorporate the pink-yappy hour. Since when had Pinky become a member of Botany General’s inner circle? A few minutes passed, and they stopped talking. Was smooch-kissy-face going on? Great. Somewhere inside, her twin brother wandered about. At times like this, Skeeter bugged the crap out of her. Nothing about Pinky bothered him including her obsession to watch century-old movies. A few nights ago he’d shared his crush on a girl who lived at the Biosphere. Yardley had nowhere to go. During the feature, BRING IT ON, Pinky turned into a cheerleader with rah-rahs for Sharlene Mantis. Snobnoxious Sharlene wore brand new argyle sweaters and talked about how much they cost. Ugh. Yardley pressed a palm against her stomach. The idea of fitting in with the Biosphere’s upper crust made her want to hurl. Didn’t Skeet know? Without money and status, their family was low on both counts. She didn’t share Pinky’s worship of BioGen’s tippy top, particularly Sharlene’s grandmother, Gwendolyn Mantis. After a run-in with the octogenarian CEO, her late mother had stood up for herself, a singular rarity. From far away, her dog barked, alerting her of someone’s approach. She decoded all of Honeydog’s vocalizations, and this one didn’t imply danger. Guessing a hunter and not a charging moose, she didn’t unsheathe her paring knife. Willing herself to calm down, she centered her thoughts on the prize she’d won for her gardening talent. If her mom were alive, she’d bring out the china plates and the linen tablecloth for a dinner in her honor. Her inner chipmunk started up. You rock, Yardley. Your awesome prototype will make you famous. When? She gazed at the trees, and brittle branches danced in the squall. Balancing on the swaying porch swing, she folded and refolded her certificate. She wanted to crawl into its pleats and cuddle up against words such as congratulations, bestow upon, and honor. Wiping an angry tear from her cheek, she held the precious paper against her swelling heart. The sensation made a gradual change into rigid pride. Would her BotGen certificate, proof of her accomplishment and hers to keep, lead to concrete recognition? Job independence had to come next, the only way to be these days. The check’s intended purpose of college tuition had to be bypassed. Dad needed the ten thousand for expenses. Not enough to move into the Biosphere, the greenhouse sat on Pinky’s auction block.