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The NEW Cleanse Course is Here (and it’s FREE)


The time has come.  Too many lamingtons, too much pavlova, christmas pudding and all that jazz.  I hear you – your insides are literally screaming for some TLC.  My friend, I have something for YOU.
Ready to feel fresh, vibrant, light and amazing?



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Think clearer thoughts, brighter skin, no bloating and a happy digestive system – it’s all about to become your reality!  Christmas and the New Year celebrations may have had their way with you – but more to the point, we give our body’s quite the ride expecting a lot back. Our modern diet, lifestyle, things like the pill, antibiotics and other environmental factors all contribute to the immense load our systems face daily and our gut (and liver) seems to take the biggest punch along the way.

It’s so important that we take time to allow these toxins to move out of our body and to replenish the good bacteria that our digestive system needs to function well and have us thriving on all levels. It’s for this reason that my cleanse programs have been created.  The full blown version, Cleanse Yourself was designed to take you towards your best. We’ve been so inspired by the thousands that have loved the program that we’ve created THIS special 5 day course that’s FREE to join.  All we’ve done is taken the 5 day menu from the current Cleanse Yourself program and made it available to you so that you can join in on the fun and challenge yourself to just 5 days to a newer you – for FREE!

This is not a diet!  Consider this a gorgeous clean out for your insides!

What’s included? You’ll receive the 5 day menu including your handy shopping list, all the recipes included plus pre + post cleanse tips.

How is this different from the Cleanse Yourself program? The Cleanse Yourself program takes things one step further and includes your cleansing regime, tips and tricks to get you through as well as background information of why you cleanse and how this can help your specific health concerns.  This is not in the 5 day course.  Consider the 5 day course an introduction to cleansing.

Now, can anybody join in? Almost!  I know it will be the question on the lips of expectant and breastfeeding mothers, those on medications and with known health issues.  I’m here to tell you that I’ve had plenty of mums and mums-to-be cleanse in the past who have come back with outstanding feedback.  You most certainly can cleanse in these cases. Most importantly I encourage you to listen to your body, no matter what and modify the cleanse to suit your needs. Children under the age of 16 need to seek parental permission and support to cleanse and the elderly or those with a known health condition consult their health care professional before changing any regime.


What will I expect from the 5 day course? A good cleanse is like a holiday – you can expect some or many of the following;

+ clearer skin (bye bye acne/eczema/psoriasis)

+ brighter eyes

+ weight loss (including fluid retention)

+ less bloating/improved digestion (happy bowels)

+ happy hormones (doesn’t have to equal babies you know – it’s simply a thriving reproductive system)

+ balanced moods

and the list honestly goes on.


Brace yourself you’re about to join me for a 5 day fast track to your new improved and awesome self!  I’m here to hold your hand.  The course schedule is set out to give you some time to prepare, it counts down the days until you start and helps to hold your hand along the way to ease your way into the 5 days of cleansing.  Plus, you’ll be invited to the Facebook group where all the cleansing peeps are hanging out, talking about their progress.

There’s so much support, all right there for you.  I can’t wait to see where this takes you – the feedback we receive is continually of praise for this program.  Now it’s your turn to join!  See you in there.

*if you’ve previously opted to join the cleanse program and not received the emails, please subscribe again.  We’ve fixed the glitch that so many of you experienced!  If an email doesn’t hit your inbox within the hour, please email us –


Healthy Hormone Series

The Healthy Hormone Series – Melatonin & how it helps prevent cancer.

You might have heard melatonin come up in conversations around sleep.  It’s a key player in helping us relax in order to sleep the night away.  And because of this reason, it is also responsible for regulating our body clock.  Makes sense.  When we don’t sleep (as we’ve learnt in many a Members Webinar), our internal rhythms suffer greatly.  The knock on effect of this is that it begins to disrupt other key hormones and sees a host of symptoms arise including menstrual issues as well as impacting fertility.  Sleep is certainly the elixir of good health.

It possibly comes as no surprise then, that melatonin is also in charge of regulating moods.  I hear you ‘ah-ha-ing‘ me. Of course, we’ve all been tired and the domino slap of that is quickly developing more attitude than you know what to do with – we get moody and it’s not fun for anybody.  At. All. Melatonin wildly enough is also a powerful antioxidant.  Many of you have been around the traps long enough to know that antioxidants are nature’s secret to health and well-being.  Those little bunker busters scavenge around to clean up any damage that our daily lives impinge upon us – they help us cope with aging and stress due to external forces like chemicals and pollutants, sun damage and so on.

Healthy Hormone Series

The Healthy Hormone Series – DHEA and why it may help your acne & tame your anxiety

I’m so into helping you understand yourself better – I’m running a special series on Hormones.  Each week we will specifically talk about one of your main hormones, what it does and why you need it to be happy.  It’s all in attempt to gear you towards finding clues and improving your own health.  Today we’re digging into DHEA, aka dehydroepiandrosterone (definitely don’t attempt to say that after more than two glasses of wine!).

DHEA is a member of the androgen family.  

It’s mostly made in the outer layer of the adrenals (the glands that secrete your stress hormones, mainly cortisol & adrenaline, which you will learn more about too in this series) and is considered one of the most plentiful circulating steroid hormones in the body.  DHEA is a prohormone that basically helps to balance cortisol, much like how progesterone helps balance oestrogen.  We are all living at a time where stress is high and so often can become the norm.  When this happens we can find our cortisol out of control.  DHEA is there to lend a helping hand and balance the negative effects of your out of control and overbearing cortisol (consider cortisol like the mother in law in the TV show, Everybody Loves Raymond, bossy!).


If food is medicine, do I really need to supplement?

A question on many lips – are supplements the real deal?  If you had have asked me this question a few years ago, I would have said no, not really.  I don’t love the idea.  In an ideal world, we can get all the nutrients we require from everything around us.  Sadly, we don’t live in that perfect world and we haven’t for quite some time.  Whilst food provides nature’s perfect answer to pretty much all our body’s needs, there are several factors impacting why our food isn’t necessarily meeting our needs and it’s having a profound impact on us.  There can be a lot of resistance around this idea, so I’m keen to explore it a little deeper today to help you continue to serve up your daily dose of happy hormone information.

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How to have beautiful hair

Hair.  Let’s be perfectly honest with ourselves.  We ALL want hot hair.  I love hair and I know if I can make mine work for me, I feel nice.  Often when I post pictures of my own hair, I get many, many comments.  I too am slightly hair obsessed.  When I cut my hair off a couple of years ago I LOVED it, but I admit it was so hard to do.  What’s more, post breastfeeding my hair had taken a flogging.  Now it’s grown back, it’s easy to manage and super healthy and I’m keen to share with you my how.

If you’re a post-partum mum, you’ll feel me.  The hair loss is real.  And whilst it feels like it is never going to end, I’m here to tell you – it will!  Equally for those of you suffering from hormone imbalance (it’s kinda the same thing really), hair loss can be part of the swag of symptoms that come along.  For many of us, whatever ‘holes’ we have in our own body, hair can certainly take a hit.  So I’ve got a few of my own tips today to share with you, since you asked of how I keep my hair healthy.  Here goes…