James Colquhoun & Laurentine ten Bosch (Food Matters):
The heart and soul behind the world-leading health and wellness education company Food Matters; a company that is turning the health and wellness education industry on its head. A journey that started by trying to heal an illness in their own family has resulted in a life-long mission of discovery and dedication to help share their life-saving message with the world.
Their latest project FMTV is an online subscription channel dedicated to health & wellness. It brings together all the knowledge and experience they have accumulated over the years, and offers an online world that encompasses all the latest inspirational documentaries, recipe videos, yoga sessions, expert interviews and more. It even creates an environment for like-minded people to interact with one another and share their thoughts.
James and Laurentine continue to push the boundaries of modern health and wellness education, lighting up the world one person at a time with the knowledge and the power to live with optimal health. They have no plans of slowing down anytime soon, and will continue to bring health and wellness education to the forefront of people’s minds. They believe that their body is worthy of good care, and that nobody is more suitably qualified to care for it than yourself. Food really does matter, and it’s time that everyone knew this.
- 3 organic sticks celery
- 1 lebanese cucumber (peeled if not organic)
- 2 stems kale
- 1/4 fennel bulb
- 1 lemon (peeled)
- 1 green apple (peeled if not organic)
- 1/2 slice of ginger (peeled)
- Put all ingredients through your juicer/blender.
- If required strain through your sieve/nylon bag to remove all residual pulp.
- Have straight away but sip slowly and enjoy.
- This juice is an excellent source of easily digestible alkaline minerals, such as potassium which is particularly helpful when cleansing.
- Make sure to get your celery organic if nothing else, as conventional celery is renowned for being heavily laden with chemical residues.