The beetroot in this juice will help your liver play its role in detoxification. You can have this juice as part of breakfast, between meals or as a pre-dinner drink. You can add your extra fibre option to this juice if you like. If you suffer with gout, take the leaves off the celery.
I was making this soup and thinking that Jewish people have known the nourishing and nurturing benefits of a good bone broth for centuries. You may or may not have heard of late how good bone broths are for you, especially for gut disorders. A great cookbook to look at for further broths (stocks) is Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon. This is my recipe for you to try. (Just a little note on bone broths - if you have histamine intolerance then bone broth won't be suitable for you.)
If you are like me and enjoy porridge over the cooler months. This lovely rolled oat recipe will give you a fabulous option for the warmer months. This recipe is wheat and dairy free and detox friendly. To make it gluten free, use a mixture of quinoa flakes and brown rice flakes instead of oats.