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10 Common Sense Spring Detox Tips

(that don’t come from a box or a kit) What do Maple Syrup Season and Detox Have in Common? (Hint: It’s not what you think!) In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), spring and fall are considered more dynamic seasons – when something like a detox would be more appropriate because things are moving – and this coincides with the movement of sap in the trees. Summer and winter by contrast, are considered more static seasons in Traditional Chinese Medicine. There are many time-tested ways to incorporate cleansing or a detox into your semi-annual routine. However, talk to a healthcare provider about …

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Spring Detox at White Pine Yoga

with Katrina Traikov ND  Learn about -How the body detoxifies -Why and when someone might consider doing a detox -Simple practices to promote gentle detoxification Suggested Donation of $10 for individuals or $17 for families All proceeds going to the Women’s Sexual Assault Centre of Renfrew County – www.wsac.ca   Income Tax Receipts Available Register online at www.valleynaturopath.eventbrite.ca, call us at 613-631-0137 or e-mail info@valleynaturopath.ca with “Spring Detox” in the Subject line. Hope to see you there!

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What is a Detox?

A detox is a period of time (eg. 10-30 days) where someone ideally attempts 2 things. This is most commonly done in the spring and/or the fall. 1) To give their body a break This can be done in a number of different ways Simplifying the diet Avoiding dietary stressors (eg. caffeine, alcohol, tobacco, processed foods, refined sugars) Completing a short fast or cleanse Ensuring adequate hydration Providing time for rest, relaxation and sleep, fresh air Decreasing one’s exposure to environmental pollutants (eg. personal care products, pesticides) 2) To actively support the body’s ability to detoxify Ensuring the bowels are …

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Healthy recipes

Healthy Recipes

You asked, we delivered – Here are some of our favorite healthy recipes Click on each recipe title for more information. And, be sure to let us know what you think! What are some of your favorite recipes? Be sure to share them on our facebook page – www.facebook.com/ValleyNaturopath Originally shared in the Valley Naturopath clinic newsletter April 2015.

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Spring Detox Public Talk and Fundraiser

Saturday, March 16th 2013 – White Pine Yoga Centre Pembroke How does the body deal with toxins? Why and when might someone consider doing a detox? What are some simple daily practices that promote gentle detoxification? Join Katrina Traikov ND for a public talk and fundraiser on Spring Detox. 100% of proceeds going to the Women’s Sexual Assault Centre of Renfrew County.

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