Friday, September 16, 2016

Do you drink your probiotic yet?

How to make your own probiotic?

This is my favorite drink before going to sleep. This cool liquid as many benefits like
  • reduce sugar craving
  • creates a protective lining in the intestines
  • increase HCA in the stomach
  • regulate appetite
  • may help with candida
Did you know when a drink is fermented, it means that it's left to sit and steeps until the sugars become bacteria-boosting agents. The fermentation of coconut water is also a great way to preserve the juice for a longer period of time. This gives you the option to make a large batch of it and have a ready-to-drink dose of microflora and electrolight at your finger tip, in your fridge for a long time.


1 quarts coconut water of your favorite brand or a fresh coconut
1 pack of kefir starter from
1 glass bottle

  • Open a fresh Thai coconut or open fresh pack, I use Zico
  • Save the water in a glass bottle
  • Add a pack of "kefir starter culture"
  • Shake it
Let this yummy liquid ferment for a week in your kitchen. Check the taste daily. Drink and refrigerate.
Reuse 1/2 cup of the culture for your next batch. This time, let it ferment only overnight.
I have been using the same culture for the last 2 years.
Be diligent, it's a culture, alive. You need to get into it's rhythm. Listen to it and enjoy the great benefits in your gut.
Start  drinking a shot glass, increase as you feel like anytime during the day. 
when you get up, before or after mealsor workout .

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To your wellbeing!

Sunday, August 21, 2016

8 Suprising Reason to Eat more Apples!

Every years in August, I am invited to an apple picking, juicing and drinking party.  This year, we juiced 23 gallons, to make cider for next year. So I found myself with 2 buckets of gravenstein apples ready to eat. I was delighted to star eating them at each meal, what a delicious, filling treat!

An apple or two a day to keep your Doctor away?
A wealth of research suggests that eating apples may change your health in a number of amazing beneficial ways! 
  • Help in weight loss
  • Facilitates digestion and pooping
  • Helps prevent cancer
  • Improves eyesight
  • Useful with anemia
  • Control blood sugar level
  • Lowers cholesterol level in the body
  • Reduce the risk of diabetes
Nutrients: 10% fiber, 5% carbohydrate, 5% calories, 1% protein

Vitamins: 8% vit. C, 3% vit. K, 2% vit B6, 2% Riboflavin

Minerals: 3% Potassium, 2% Manganese, 1% Calcium, 1% Iron


Breakfast bowl:

2 grated apples
1 Tbsp Udo oil
3 Tbsp. coconut yogurt
2 Tbsp grounded flax seeds.
A pinch of cinnamon powder.
A spritz of (edible) lemon Essential oil

Layer it all and chew it well.
If apple is something that’s hard to digest for you, there might be a deeper issue that needs to be addressed. If you want to be able to eat whatever you want and have no digestive issues, you need to check out my Gut Cleanse program. These principles have truly transformed my life as well as countless others.

Check out my 10-Day Better Body Simple Cleanse Program, Banish Bloating, details here In the program you get a ton of delicious satisfying recipes as well as strategies that will help cleanse and rebuild your intestinal flora.
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Keep it simple, keep it natural!
Your Digestion & Detox Health Coach
Christine Esters

Saturday, June 15, 2013

Green, creamy smoothie to increase your metabolism

  • 1 cup water, coconut milk, hemp milk or rice milk
  • ½ bunch kale
  • 1 banana
  • ½ orange
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1 dash of cayenne
  • 1-2 tablespoons ground flax seed and/or ground chia seed
  • ½ cup ice
Blend in a Vita-Mix. Pore in a beautiful glass. Sit down and enjoy!

Your personal room mist cleanser

  • 6 drops of geranium essential oil
  • 4 drops of lemon essential oil
  • 2 drops of tea tree oil
Get a spray bottle at Dollar Store, fill it up with water, add the essential oils. Shake and spray in your hotel room

Thursday, May 30, 2013

Healthy cocktail vs. beer or wine

I am so excited ( yes I am quickly excited when it come to health)
of this great delicious drink.
First, always leave your juicer ready on the counter and wash it each
Second, once a week buy your fruits and vegetables from the Farmers Markets.
Third, rinse fruits and vegetables well before you juice them
  1. Prepare 1 large cucumber
  2. 5 large strawberries
  3. 1 large branch of mint
  4. Juice it all
  5. Sip slowly like you favorite cocktail
  6. You just replenish your electrolyte, minerals and vitamins, it's like a blood transfusion. Yum!!!!!
  7. Serves one

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Do I need a liver cleanse?

The last 10 years, I have been clearing all of my health issues. I experimented on my body by doing liver, gall bladder flushes. What a journey! Trusting, testing, researching.  When do I know if I need  a liver cleanse: - blurry eyesight - itchy feet - knee pain - right neck pain - overweight  and on and on... Anyway the last 10 years, I have done 32 liver, gall bladder cleanses on myself. This one picture is the result of my last one today, February 20, 2013.  Is it easy, no, but quick and inexpensive.. It's a choice, a liver cleanse or an operation to remove all the toxin from the body. We change the oil of our car, what about changing the oil in our body?

Monday, February 18, 2013

Smoothies vs juices

This week end, I was watching David Wolf on TV demonstrating how to create Superfoods in your kitchen with the new Nutribullet and he gaved me a new idea. I have been craving for my favorite winter juice of:
  • 10 carrots
  • 2 oranges juiced
  • 1inch of fresh ginger
  • 5 stems of celery
So I decided to experiment and create a Superfoods smoothie with my Vitamix and some of those orange color fruits and vegetables and here is what I came up with:
  • 1/4 of strawberry papaya
  • 2 oranges juiced
  • 1 carrot
  • 1/2 inch of fresh ginger
  • 1/2 -1 cup of water or coconut water
It was delicious, thicker, not too much and I used less ingredients. Also, I reused everything, no pulp went to the compost.
I love switching my food colors, taste and texture. If I need to eat lots of fresh, raw fruits and vegetables for the rest of my life, let's be creative. Sometimes juice, sometimes smoothies!