The Living Beauty Detox Program
SPRING -- time to rejuvenate. Leafy green vegetables, dandelion root tea, dill, mint, and chlorophyll-rich parsley cleanse the system, balance energy, and aid digestion.
SUMMER -- an active season. Rose hips tea, garlic, cayenne pepper, and oregano, along with the Living Beauty Elixir, promote vitality, make the heart strong, and increase nutrient absorption.
AUTUMN -- time for inward reflection and preparation for the darkness of winter. Fenugreek tea and warming foods and spices like cinnamon, cloves, and nutmeg protect the lungs, aid in elimination, and boost the immune system, leaving you with vibrant skin.
WINTER -- a season of stillness and rest. Getting enough sleep and eating cooked or warm foods spiced with ginger sustains body heat and immunity.
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Catalogue De La Bibliothèque De M. Paris: Architecte Et Dessinateur De La Chambre Du Roi ...: Suivi De La Description De Son Cabinet (French Edition)
Diseases of the alimentary canal, and constipation, treated homoeopathically. By W. Broackes, M.D. With preface and notes by Gideon Humphrey, M.D. Also an essay on homoeopathic diet.[By P. Curie]