Go For the Gut Summer Seasonal Cleanses 2018

We have two 21 - day cleanses offered this summer.  One is July 8-29 and the other is August 5-26.  One can join on a budget or go full-on.  We offer a seasonal cleanse because now is the time the intestines, blood, heart, circulation all have more juice in them so to speak.  It means our bodies have a cycle, different seasons have different organs that are working harder, and getting more attention than other seasons.  This means you get more value for your time and effort.  Check out this video and powerpoint for a quick overview of summer cleansing.

CLEANSETALK

SmallIntestineCleanse IntroTalk

Purify your body for a brighter life, we will show you the way!

Tier 1

$149
  • Daily/Weekly Challenges
  • Diet Recommendations
  • Custom Herbal Blends available for discount
  • Dietary Supplements available for discount

Tier 2

$349
  • Daily/Weekly Challenges
  • Diet Recommendations
  • Custom Herbal Blends Included
  • Dietary Supplements included
  • Intermittent Fasting Routine
  • Journaling Exercises
  • Raw and Liquid Detox

Tier 3

$399
  • Daily/Weekly Challenges
  • Diet Recommendations
  • Custom Herbal Blends
  • Dietary Supplements
  • Intermittent Fasting Routine
  • Journaling Exercises
  • Raw and Liquid Detox
  • Elimination Based Detox
  • Meal Prep Guide and Instructions
  • Weekly Text Support from Craig Lane

Summer is the time of heat, growth and activity in nature. The feeling of joy and lightness are our birthrights during the summer. This is a time to increase our physical activity, eat lighter foods and smaller meals to help balance the heart and small intestinal fires, and help nurture the “yang” influence of this season. It is very important to feel warm, yet not to become too active, because this wears the body out for winter. A general guideline to follow is to eat more freshly picked local fruits and vegetables, less or no animal flesh during very warm weather, eggs during the cool hours also, no nuts/seeds in excess, and avoid foods. More raw foods in general, lightly cooked vegetables, and light grains such as millet, quinoa, and corn. One paradox of summer is to eat fewer salty foods because this can cause congestion, yet we sweat more in the heat and need to replenish our electrolytes. The key lies in the type of “salts” we take in. We need less sodium during the summer months, so the potassium and magnesium based salts in fresh fruits and vegetables are a great way to do this. Sea vegetables are another way to replenish electrolytes. If we do not replenish gradually and consistently, we can crave sweets and ice cream type of treats, which can cause problems in the long run. Another aspect of summer, seemingly paradoxical, is to drink warm liquids and take hot showers to disperse heat. Cold causes contraction, which actually ends up holding heat in the body. This season embodies the desire of manifestation coming into form (wood changing to fire). The fires of clarity help refine the goals for the year. The fire of activity helps productivity. Dominant patterns this time of year are fire/heat syndromes, dryness, congestion (from lack of fluids or blood that is too viscous), and fatigue from excess work. This season embodies the adult stage of life, maturity. Plants show this with full leaves, lush green growth, and vibrant smells. Insects are buzzing about, birds singing, and the cool wind refreshing the heat. Water is very important to balance the fires of summer. Learn more and reap the benefits of all that summer has to offer by signing up for our Midsummer Cleanse! Sign up via email by reaching out to Craig Lane: craig@healthalkemy.com

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