Heavy metal gentle detox

Rubbing the liver area in the front of the body, on the side and even on the back above the kidney with stinging nettle essential oil helps the liver release heavy metals.

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Pentru scaderea in greutate

Scopul nu e sa infometezi organismul, corpul nu va utiliza de buna voie resursele de grasime din organism pentru ca grasimea aceea e plina de toxine. Scopul e sa scoti toxinele si sa echilibrezi hormonii. Nu exista grasa si sanatoasa. Daca acumulam grasime inseamna ca organismul e dezechilibrat. Trebuie luate masuri privitor la ce mancam (fara produse din grau, oua, lactate, cafea, alcool, produse cu zahar rafinat, soia, fasole), trebuie luate masuri privitor la cand mancam (mic dejun la maxim o ora dupa ce ne trezim, cina nu mai tarziu de 19), exercitiu (nu chinuitor ci placut) si trebuie scoase toxinele (plasturi de detoxificare pentru picioare, pentru abdomen, bai de picioare,i bai cu sare amara, sauna cu infrarosu). O dieta care ajuta ficatul: mere, sparanghel, ridiche neagra, ridiche rosie, andive, anghinare, gulii, urzica etc.

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Soy has a tendency to block the absorption of essential minerals. It is high in phytates and phytates bind to minerals like zinc, calcium, iron and magnesium and make them unavailable for you.Soy also contains high levels of goitrogens. Goitrogens are compounds that inhibit the thyroid’s ability to utilize iodine correctly which could lead to hypothyroid problems. Thyroid problems are very much prevalent today.

All soy, not only processed. The only one that we can have rarely would be soy that was fermented at least 6 weeks. But it still clouds the lymph and has high levels of phytoestrogen. The safest is to stay away. Beans are not as far as we would like from soy…

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Buckwheat bread

This recipe is derived from Medical Medium Bread: https://www.medicalmedium.com/blog/medical-medium-bread. You can follow his recipe that has no oil at all.

Since I want to use buckwheat flour more than gluten free oat flour I modified the recipe as it follows:


  • 3 tbsp ground flaxseeds plus 3/4 cup water
  • 1/2 cup organic unsweetened applesauce
  • 7 tbsp maple syrup
  • 2 cups water
  • 3 cups organic buckwheat flour
  • 3/4 millet flour
  • 1 1/2 cups arrowroot starch
  • 1 1/2 tbsp baking powder: I use this one, I am not affiliated and I post it here because it is not easy to find a clean one: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B019DRD32M/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
  • 1 tsp of Himalayan salt.
  • 1 tbsp organic avocado oil
  • Optional 1/2 cup sesame seeds (depends on your taste) seeds may require a bit more water
  • Optional 1/4 cup poppy seeds (depends on your taste)


Mix the ground flax seeds with water and set aside for 7 minutes to thicken. Separately mix the apple sauce, maple syrup, oil, thickened flaxseeds and water. Whisk until homogenized.

Mix the buckwheat flour, millet flour, arrowroot starch, salt and baking powder until homogenized (I do it in the Vitamix, but probably a mixer does a better job). Add the wet ingredients and stir until evenly mixed. Optionally add the sesame seeds and poppy seeds to the mix. Leave for 20 minutes. In my experience it will not expand too much with the buckwheat flour.

After you put the batter to rest, preheat the oven to 350F/180C so it will be ready when the batter rested enough.

Pour the batter into a loaf pan lined with parchment paper (or two pans if you want smaller breads that bake faster). I actually use a muffin tray and a loaf pan because we like the cute muffin shape <3. Bake for 50-60 min depending on the oven. I check the muffins about 40 min into it because they get done faster. I use toothpick, if it comes up clean, they are done.

Remove from the oven and tip it over a rack with no parchment paper to cool off. Slice and enjoy.

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Thyme water Medical medium

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Anthony Williams, the medical medium has an amazing blog post about roses and how beneficial they are for our health beside their beauty!



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Blood pressure

I know it sounds simplistic but making sure you are hydrated, which it means drinking clean (no chlorine, fluoride, hormones, drugs, chemicals, bacteria) water that is available to your cells in the right quantity for your body, most of the time takes care of this challenge that so many of us are dealing with. There are few reasons (stress, blocked arteries etc ) that require more actions than just staying hydrated, but this tip helps tremendously.

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Pre-workout smoothie

Coming from Amber Bodily, Master FootZoner, Master Herbalist and triathlete and a triathlete coach in the past:

Pre-workout smoothie for energy, focus, and endurance boost:

2-3 cups fresh squeezed OJ, 1 tsp Spirulina, 2 tsp Barley grass JuicePowder, 1 banana, 2 tsp of Amla powder, 1/3 c organic hemp seeds. While drinking it, take 1 capsule of Methylfolate 5mg. This will help the body with metabolic exchanges and the body is working out. For flavor he can add some organic strawberries or mangoes.

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Parsley drink

My Foot Zoning instructor Amber Bodily created this blog on her website about kidney detox. At the end of this post you can find the link to her website for more amazing info. Since recommending this healthy remedy to many of my client I felt the need to have it on my website as well fro easier navigation for my clients. Enjoy!

“Is your body acidic?

When the body is acidic, it invites viruses and bacteria to grow. What creates acidity? Certain foods, environmental factors, and excess stress can be some of the main culprits. Your kidneys and lungs work hard to balance the pH in your body – but if they are overloaded or already having problems, this task can become more difficult. We can help our bodies become more alkaline by flushing out the kidneys and staying hydrated.

We’ve all been told to drink “8 glasses of water a day.” It’s so important for our bodies to stay hydrated, but with what? Here’s one of my family’s favorite recipes for enhancing your hydration and creating a healing, alkaline environment in your body.

THE “1-2-3 DRINK”

In our house, simple is best! We call this the “1-2-3 drink” so everyone can remember what is in it.


This underappreciated herb’s superpower is alkalizing the entire body. Parsley has amazing mineral salts that attach themselves to unnecessary acids in the body and flushes them out. If you are battling cancer or focusing on preventing it, parsley is the herb for you!

Needing more convincing of this fantastic herb? Parsley fights off bacteria, parasites, and fungi – which make it amazing for dental health. It can help conditions such as gum disease, tooth decay, and dry mouth. Parsley has a natural chelation effect, pulling herbicides and pesticides (such as DDT) out of the body, making it an incredible detoxifier.

Parsley is packed with B vitamins, B12 coenzymes, and vitamins A, C, and K. It also contains a plethora of minerals and trace minerals such as magnesium, sulfur, iron, zinc, manganese, molybdenum, chromium, selenium, iodine, and calcium. Most of us are mineral deficient, so parsley is a marvelous way to get in those minerals your body desperately needs!


If you avoid honey because of “all the sugar,” fear not! This miraculous substance has the power to fight disease and bacteria; aid digestion, sleep, and cognition; strengthen the immune system; reduce throat irritation; stabilize blood pressure; calm nerves; relieve morning sickness; balance blood sugar; heal ulcers; purify the blood; fight off colds and flu; soothe sore throats and laryngitis; flush the kidneys – and more!

You will get the most benefits from raw organic honey, which means it has not been filtered, strained, or heated above 115 degrees Fahrenheit. Raw honey provides far more benefits than regular honey as it is full of active enzymes, amino acids, vitamins, minerals, and fatty acids that are vital for keeping the body healthy and for preventing illness and disease.


These citrus fruits hydrate the body on a deep, cellular level and provide the body with needed electrolytes from mineral & trace mineral salts. Need some vitamin C? Lemons and limes have some of the most bioavailable vitamin C, making them essential for a top-performing immune system. Worried about your calcium? Look no further. These sour fruits pack it in high amounts and in a way that your body easily absorbs. The phytochemical compounds in lemons and limes bind the vitamin C and calcium together in the body, making each more powerful and alkalizing – preventing the growth of any cancer. Lemons and limes have antioxidants and detoxifying properties that aid the body in fighting disease and flushing out toxins. Adding a squeeze of lemon or lime to water enlivens the water and makes it so much more potent for hydrating your body.

With these 3 powerful ingredients, you can deeply hydrate your body, replenish vitamins and minerals, and drive out disease and bacteria. Here’s our simple healing and hydrating recipe:



  • 1 bunch organic flat-leaf parsley
  • 2 tbsp raw organic honey*
  • Juice of 3 limes or lemons*
  • 5-6 cups water


  1. Place all ingredients in a blender.
  2. Blend for 1-2 minutes. Enjoy!

*Note: You can add more honey to make the taste sweeter, or more lime/lemon to make it more sour to your preference.”

Amber Bodily https://amberbodilyhealth.com/kidney-detox/

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Importance of colors for our hormonal balance

Do you you that you can help your hormonal glands wearing different colors in different days of the week?

Those colors are helping that particular gland every day but specially on the day in the chart when those glands are boss glands.

Here is a chart I did for my closet 🙂 to make my life easier:

glands closet chart

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Black radish remedy for cough and colds

Growing up in Romania, in communism, we had no heat in the apartments all winter long, even though the snow was even 3 feet high outside and the windows and doors were not air tight so sometimes the snow was inside as well. I know now it seems that this was in a different life time but that it was my reality for the first 20 years of my life.  In such hard conditions, of course we were getting sick sometimes and it was not easy to heal a cold or a cough. So we needed very strong remedies and the one I want to talk today is the black radish remedy with honey, very powerful when it came to intense colds and stubborn coughs. Blck radish


  • one large black radish
  • 2 teaspoons of honey



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Wash well the black radish, cut off  the top part, about a quarter down and keep the top because that will be the lid. Now scoop with a spoon to create a deep hole in the black radish, making sure that the bottom of the radish is intact. You practically make a bowl out of the radish. Put the radish bowl on a plate or a cup to be stable and out 2 teaspoons of raw local honey into the black radish bowl.  Cover the radish bowl with  the top of the radish/lid and let it sit at least 5 hours, ideally over night. The radish releases a juice full of amazing nutrients, minerals and vitamin C, that combined with the honey it does miracles for your throat. Use a tablespoon about 3 times a day, making sure you don’t eat or drink anything right after that to allow the juice to work its magic.

We, as children, loved the taste of it so I hope everyone will love the earth sweet flavor of it.

Many of us know the benefits of raw local honey but not many of us know how amazing is the black radish!

Black radish has many health benefits:

  • high in antioxidants, helps with colds, coughs, congestion and expectorant
  • Boost the liver function and health, helps the liver detox and supports the bile flow,
  • helps reduce anemia
  • helps with diabetes
  • Support the thyroid balance
  • support healthy levels of cholesterol
  • helps with healthy blood pressure levels
  • supports healthy digestion (including bloating and acidity)
  • anti-inflammatory
  • improves immune system
  • diuretic, helps bladder health and it helps with kidney and gallbladder stones
  • increases mental alertness and focus
  • helps the hair and scalp
  • improves skin health from inside out
  • reduce weight
  • contains Vitamin A, vitamin C, many of the vitamin B, (B9, folate, B6 etc), vitamin K, Vitamin E, minerals like Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium,  Iron, Zinc, Copper, Manganese, Phosphorus, Sulfur, flavonoids, anthocyanins,




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