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When my buddy, Kyle Vialli, switched me onto the idea of moving to a healthier alkaline diet, I was overwhelmed by the amount of changes I needed to make. And, to think everybody else thought I was healthy already! Far from it as it transpired.

One of the fundamental aspects of living a healthier lifestyle that is disease-free is to ensure that the conditions in the body are such that most pathogens cannot exist. So, the first thing I needed to do was to juice greens that would help improve my pH balance.

As much as I can, I prefer to use natural foods and only resort to supplements when there is none available. I will talk about the juicing another time because my challenge, at the time, was getting an appropriate juicer. The Rolls Royce of juicers that so many people rave on about is Vitamix. However, at more than £400 a for one unit, I found that it was out of my price range at the time. At the time, I opted for a glass blender for £35 to do the juicing. Although it looked good and was perfect for me at the time, I found it to be a bit of a juggernaut as it took so much space and is so difficult to clean. On top of that, it didn’t take long for it to be worn out.

I shopped around much more and recently got myself a Kenwood Smoothie Maker for…wait for it…£24.99 at Argos. I cannot tell you how fantastically blended smoothie it makes. I give this product a 5-star rating for beginners and newbies to healthy living. It’s easy to clean, does the job perfectly and is small and compact enough to take it with me on my next spiritual retreat to Bali next year.

Very soon, I will be sharing some fabulous recipes that have worked for me. Have a go at juicing. You will start noticing a big shift in your energy and your overall health.

Love and gratitude, 

Harun 

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When I first came across the idea of detoxing and cleansing the body, I was so confused. Most of it sounded so expensive and time consuming. How wrong was I?!!

So here is a very quick one that you can do every morning. You know how after you wake up from a night’s sleep and your mouth feels a tad yucky? Well, that is the accumulation of millions of bacteria and other foreign bodies in your mouth all releasing their own toxins. Is it a surprise that hygienists claim the mouth is the most unclean part of the body?

The first task of the morning should be to brush your teeth and if you have a tongue-cleaner, then to use that, too. The cleanse itself is amazingly quick and easy. All you need to do is to add a dash of lemon juice (from a fresh organic lemon) into a mug or cup of hot water. Sipping the hot water before you eat or drink anything else has a number of effects. Of course, the best water you can use is one that is alive and structured. The three most important ones are:

1). The hot water washes and cleans the toxins from your gut.

2). You hydrate the body with the perfect fluid – near body temperature water. You couldn’t ask for more.

3). The small amount of lemon juice, despite being acidic in nature, is broken down by the digestive juices and is converts the pH to alkali, which is precisely what the blood needs (alkalising) and, in doing so, creates difficult conditions for many diseases to survive such as candida and cancer.

Although, this quick and easy morning cleanse is an excellent way to get your day started, it is only one part of your nutrition and cleanse. You cannot ignore the other aspects. Nonetheless, you will begin to feel a difference within days.

Love and gratitude, 

Harun

My first book, Shattering the Grandest Illusions, created quite a stir. One of the people who quizzed me about the motivation behind the book and its message was Tom Evans of The Bookwright. Please click the link below to listen to this 20 minutes interview.
Some of the issues we talk about include the illusion of money, manipulation by illusionists, consumerism, propaganda/marketing, the new societal disease, consequences of staying survival mode, meditation and more..
Love and gratitude,
Harun

When a major institution representing the medical fraternity such as NICE (National Institute of Health and Clinical Excellence) warns the public of something, it’s worth looking into. NICE are saying that overuse of painkiller lead to more headaches. 1-2% of people are affected by this according to UK research, but the World Health Organisation suggest a higher figure of 5%of people being affected. Manjit Matharu, a consultant neurologist at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, said there was a tipping point at 10 to 15 days of using pain relief each month when the drugs became the issue. In the report issued by NICE, they are recommending acupuncture as a possible treatment for headaches.

Headaches are symptoms of greater underlying causes, which are too frequently neglected in order to get a quick fix. Some of the most common causes of headaches include dehydration, lack of sleep, work-related stress, energy blockages and spiritual imbalance. In the coming weeks, I will touch on these causes separately. However, anybody can handle the most common cause easily. Don’t just drink water. Drink live, activated, clean water and drink it often. Drinking 2-3 litres of water a day is plenty for anybody. Water can be drunk directly or as herbal tea or in fruits such as water melons. Needless to say, coffee, cola, tea and caffeine-ridden drinks are a definite no-no for anybody who has headaches.

Love and gratitude, 

Harun

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