Detox in 2014 | Farm Foodie Fitness

green juiceWell it’s the New Year and we’re all detoxing or at least thinking about detoxing! I am

actually doing a 14-day one myself! After a season of college and professional football,

holidays, parties, and massive amounts of stress, I think I may have over done it a little with

the beer and wine!

 

Yea, I’m the crazy girl jumping on the couch, beer sloshing out of the bottle, yelling at the

t.v., peaking around the corner trying not watch the nail-biting last second field goal kick

that could win the game! Between my Washington Redskins leaving in a puddle of tears

all season and my Clemson Tigers finishing off strong, but giving me small rounds of panic

attacks and possibly heart failure, the micro brews always seemed to make it a little easier

to take. 🙂

 

With all the holiday fun and relaxing football watching, 🙂 I let myself fall out of my daily

regime and actually enjoyed my friends, family, and the holidays. With that came lots of

stress, sleepless nights, and even my skin started to really break out, which yea I get some

break outs but this was getting ridiculous! Trips to get facials, the dermatologists, back to

the doctors for a blood work up, prescriptions, microdermabrasion, Nada! None of it was

working! Completely frustrated and at my wit’s end. I kept asking myself what the heck was

going on? I knew serious inflammation issues! So I gave myself the time to enjoy the rest of

the holidays and football season, then I was back on the wagon. So a couple of days ago I

started my own detox program. No concoctions, no powders or only drinking smoothies and

juicing all day! I’m not starving myself or depriving myself of food, no crazy diets, or pills to

take everyday! Just a good old-fashioned detox. Normally I tell my clients 5 days is perfect.

 

Getting to 5 days is a huge accomplishment with our busy lives these days. And in 5 days

you’ll be able to feel and see the difference. So here’s one of my new green smoothie recipes. I drank mine out of a large wine glass

to celebrate some big news I got this morning and yes I was jumping on the couch again

in excitement with this in my hand too! 😉 You can also check out my 5 day detox program

on my website. If you decide you want to try it out, we can detox together so you’ll have

tons of support and know someone else is out there fighting not to open the freezer door

for the large bar of dark chocolate! You’ll cleanse your body, kick old habits, expel toxins,

gain energy, shed unwanted pounds, boost your immune system, reduce inflammation, get

glowing radiant skin, restart your system, and kick chronic health issues. Sounds great huh?

Well in 3 days all the inflammation in my skin has gone, my face has cleared up, I have my

energy back, sleeping soundly, definitely boosting my immune system as my husband sits

next to be coughing. Yuck! But, in the meantime here is my new green juice recipe to get

you started!

 

Add all ingredients to an immersion blender and blend well.

 

Ingredients:

  • 3 cups water
  • 2 handfuls organic spinach
  • 1 nectarine peeled
  • 1 handful fresh or frozen blueberries
  • 1 tablespoon chia seeds
  • 1 frozen banana
Natalee DeHart
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I moved to the Eastern Shore to enjoy a slower pace of life after spending several years working in fast-paced settings. Earning a BA from Towson University and an MA in Education from Loyola University provided me with the drive to progress in many business fields. As the owner of Good Clean Fun Life, an arts and entertainment magazine online, I have had the opportunity to spread good vibes, promote entertainment, artists, and events across the Mid-Atlantic region. GCFL provides me with many opportunities to practice a few of my favorite hobbies: photography, socializing, and blogging. GCFL is now headed in a new and exciting direction, allowing me to grow this into a full time venture in Digital Promotion using Content Strategy and Media Production.