Intrigued by raw food? Fresh foods and juices can certainly help you beat the battle of the bulge - or bloat - this summer. And while doctors dislike the word 'detox', there's no doubt a break from processed food aids your digestion.
A raw food plan can help with IBS, migraines, weight gain, loss of confidence, lethargy and disconnection. Living Food coach Rebecca Kane offers a step-by-step plan to healthy and happier eating in her new book Turn Your SHINE On (£12.99).
Turn Your SHINE On delves into the hidden side of food and goes beyond the usual calorie counting to help you understand your relationship with your kitchen cupboards.
"Shine is your natural state of being; in harmony and alignment with yourself and the world around you, it is about enjoying a deep sense of connection and fulfilment,” Rebecca said. “However many people have lost touch with this connection."
Her eating plan plan with six stages and focuses on raw foods, including easy-to-make juices. Rebecca continues to run her busy practice in Staffordshire offering clients discovery days, private consultations and raw food workshops.