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Detox nutrition
Healthy eating


While healthy eating is our birthright, for many of us it seems like taking the plunge into eating a whole foods-based diet is the equivalent to traveling to some distant land. But it doesn’t have to be such a scary or foreign experience.

Why detoxification?


When our bodies become “toxic,” it means that our natural means of ushering out metabolic waste from normal human metabolism, environmental pollution, stress, emotional experiences, and what has become known as the standard diet have exceeded the threshold for what the body’s innate detoxification system can tolerate on its own. With this toxic load, every system in the human body can become affected. From our head to our toes and everything in between, toxicity makes us sick! 



How long is a detox?


Typical cleanses that harness our body’s natural processes for filtering and removing waste tend to be gentle and can therefore be tolerated for longer periods of time than more extreme protocols. A safe cleanse is one which doesn’t make you starve yourself or take fancy pills, potions or expensive drinks.


Safety means allowing the body to do what it wants to do naturally, with a little assistance from some guided healthy eating, appropriate supplements and relevant lifestyle modifications. It is usual to do a cleanse for at least 7 days, or even longer, depending on your particular needs.





Boosts your energy

Rids the body of any excess waste

Helps with weight loss

Stronger immune system

Improved skin

Better breath

Promotes healthy changes

Clearer thinking

Lighter feeling

Anti-aging benefits

Improved sense of wellbeing



are you ready?


Like planning for any big trip to a new destination, we need to prepare and set out some main goals for our journey. A retreat helps us to have the adequate space and tranquility that we need in this process. 


Fasting represents a period of detachment. We will engage in release exercises to put aside need patterns that we generally belief. Fasting produces a distention of our physical and emotional system that sensitizes us allowing us to go deeper into our own unconscious. This can be an opportunity for development of consciousness.

The anxiety


The food can be a drug used to pacify emotional processes and their origins in the unconscious. Food balances energy and satisfies anxiety through the palate. When you do not eat the unconscious reveals emotions, this is an opportunity to break these circuits.



Some of the benefits


  • Facilitates general and full  rest of vital organs.

  • Stops the intake of foods that are broken down in the gut and poison the body.

  • Empties the digestive tract.

  • Gives elimination organs a chance to catch up on their work. It helps eliminate and detoxify the body.

  • Resets biochemistry and physiology.

  • Promotes the disintegration and absorption of pus and mucus and tumors .

  • Rejuvenates the cells, tissues and organs .

  • Allows the conservation and recanalization of the vital energy.

  • Increases digestive and nutrient uptake capacity in both the digestive system and in each of the cells in the body.

  • Changes the mental state favoring an expansion of consciousness.

  • Improve the perception by the senses.

  • Allows weight reduction.



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