In this three-part series, ATC’s resident cleansing coach Tania Schnuppe answers the most frequently asked questions about cleansing.
ATC: How many times a day can you eat when you cleanse?
TS: Great question. Well the program comes in 3 parts:
ATC: What are 3 key health benefits to cleansing?
TS: In this day and age taking out the excess toxins of our daily lives is so key to health. Most of us don’t do this and take in too many toxins, eventually the body cannot cope. This can be physical, chemical or emotional stressors from our lives. These are ‘endocrine disruptors’ as we call them.
Once the toxins are out you will feel your mojo coming back, your energy, your confidence in yourself. It boosts your self-esteem from a cellular level all the way up to looking in the mirror and feeling great about yourself.
You will not believe the sleep results until you try this plan. I say it’s like a light bulb turning on and off, instant.
Your brain fires and wires in the right way so you are SHARP in your thinking and doing.
So you get things done. I say if you have an important presentation to give plan it to be on day 8 of the reboot as you are firing off your jet engines by this point. The brain is working at a full capacity for you by then.
You will feel happy as your hormones are balancing out.
The body remembers how you feel so you get excited to do it again. Any excuse for me to do a reboot I do it. I can’t wait as the feeling is just too good.
ATC: What are some cosmetic benefits to cleansing?
TS: Cosmetic, oh that is a word that I don’t often use. Well let’s see. The first thing you notice is how radiant your skin is, your hair and nails strengthens. The massive amounts of sleep you get will give you an overall refreshed look.
But most importantly, the best benefit is an outer glow of confidence!
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The teams behind both The Amazing Trekkers Club (“ATC”) and PAUSE Magazine (“PAUSE”) came together in the evening of Thursday, 23rd November at The Co. @ Duxton, to offer their audience a space that combined both dialogue and discussion with the opportunity to collectively slow down, reflect and reconnect with the self.