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Juice cleansing 101

Boost your energy and productivity by making your home a retreat.

Often, during times when we need the most energy and focus, we have the least. It’s quite normal to fuel up on sugary snacks or drinks between meetings or on the school run. Busy or stressful times see health routines go out of the window, replaced by convenience.

Let’s be real here: preparing healthy meals can be time consuming. If you are not that into food prep it can even be tedious. Switching a snack for a cold-pressed juice when on the go is a great way to pack nutrients into your day, alongside a healthy balanced diet. Taking this a step further you can reverse the side effects of unhealthy ‘convenience’ snacking, boost energy and focus with regular juice cleanses. An average juice cleanse is between one day and five days. My own juicing adventures began at age 19. During a juice cleanse, I sat on a beach in Thailand with the horrific realisation that all I had learnt in nursing school was how to patch people up rather than address the root cause of illness. The mental clarity and inspiration this first cleanse provided instigated a switch from conventional healthcare to natural medicine. Since then, I’ve participated in yearly 10-day juice cleanses around the world. I learnt from detox specialists in fancy medical spas, as well as very unassuming cleanse protocols in yoga ashrams.

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Welcome to the October issue of OM Yoga & Lifestyle magazine. This month, we’ve got another fantastic yoga read for each and every one of you. Inside, there’s an interview with the wonderful Adell Bridges (OM Meets, page 38) and a profile on the two friends who together created the popular Yoga Life chain of studios in the north-west of England (OMFM, page 54). You’ll also find all the usual array of yoga goodies: from healthy recipes, yummy veggie food and eco-friendly products to meditation, inspiration and easy spiritual wisdom. We want to keep you motivated and enthused on your own unique journey, that’s why everything we do is made accessible for all, from all you beginners right through to you wise old gurus out there. Even our anatomy school — 360º Yoga with the brilliant Dr Kiki Morriss — is plain and simple for all to understand (remember, there’s an interactive version of our anatomy academy on our digital app version too, available to download on any smart device). We’re trying to push our inclusivity message even more, so do check out our regular Body Positivity column as well (on page 44 this month). If you’d like to see any topics or inspiring yoga stories covered that reflect the increasing diversity of yoga then please let us know. And don’t forget, this month also sees the return of our OM Yoga Show in London — Europe’s biggest yoga event. If you haven’t been before, it’s a real showcase for all things yoga under one roof, with thousands of like-minded yogis, free classes and some the world’s top teaching talent. The show takes place at Alexandra Palace on the weekend of 18-20 October, so do stop by and say hello to the team and pick up your copy of OM magazine. Have an amazing month, folks, and keep us posted on all the incredible things that you are doing out there.