It’s spring clean time!
On Monday I start Sarah Wilson’s 8-weeks “I Quit Sugar” programme. Who’s in?
After reading articles and glimpses of her work here and there for a few years I’ve finally got myself equipped with the books and going all at it. Sarah has a very practical, clear and fact-based approach which makes total sense. If you think you have a sugar addiction (who doesn’t?) or just want to lighten up the load and cleanse the system as is most recommended in spring then she’s your girl.
The fact that she is a big fan of Ayurveda is just icing on the cake… without the sugar spike.
For more information on Ayurvedic cleansing read my previous post here.
And if you fancy the challenge of the sugar-free programme then in a tiny nutshell the menu is lots of good fats, nuts, seeds, lots of proteins, vegetables especially the green kind. Start including more superfoods and make coconut oil your friend.
So here enters my quinoa salad, anyone who knows me will know this is my cooking-for-dummies one-trick-pony party dish. Nothing too clever but a whole lot of goodness.
lots of all the above, a good shake and go.
Alberto Villoldo in One Spirit Medicine gives a very interesting take on the sugar-free detox if you need more inspiration. Different angle clearly, he’s a shaman!
Go for it Anne! keep is posted with your progress and I may try it myself.
Your recipe sounds lush. I’m definitely giving it a go. Thanks for sharing.
Thank you Yvonne, glad for the support! I’m actually excited about doing this. Geeking out on my food plans… Much love, Anne
Thoughtful recipe there. Nice mix of healthy ingredients from western and eastern food.
Thank you, much appreciated. And thanks for reading.
your “one trick pony” party dish looks delicious. i might try that today with millet as i have some already cooked up. and your blog looks gorgeous. i love the fig triptych banner.
Many thanks Laura! Millet, that sounds a great idea. I’ll have to try it that way too. And thank you, photos are credit to Kimberley at The Little Plantation. Much love, Anne