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GIVE your body a break with a gentle 10 week clean-up plan.The spring de-tox has long been an important period in the Nature Cure diary, a time to lighten up on diet and beat off the winter stodge.

It's a time to temporarily cut the caffeine, ditch refined foods, wheat and dairy and bring on the fruit and veg.

Eat more raw vegetables, more greens, swallow the beansprouts and the mineral water. . .

We may have heard it all before but the change of season is an ideal time to put all these guidelines into practice.

Naturopath Emma Jones, will be leading a 10-week programme of guided step-bystep spring cleaning and re-balancing Nature Cure workshops in Cathedral Road, Cardiff, from March 6.

"Learning how to de-tox, de-stress and revitalise can help you feel so much better, " she said.

Each week, she will cover a different facet of naturopathic healing and there will be things to give up like caffeine and things to introduce, like juices, for homework.

"Healing through nutrition is a journey of self discovery, " said Emma.

"For true healing to take place, food should be used as a medicine and as you progress and apply the concepts of naturopathy, you will feel lighter and more vibrant."

In addition to food, there will be topics such as skin-brushing on the agenda as well as how to tell which part of your body may need the most nurturing.

"If you keep waking up between one and three o'clock in the morning, for example, it could mean you need sour foods like lemons as well as green foods to support the liver and gall bladder, " Emma explained.

The 10-week course of Nature Cure workshops will run on Wednesday evenings from 7- 9.30pm, starting on March 6.

They will be held in Cathedral Road, Cardiff and the course costs pounds 130.

Places must be booked in advance.

For details call Emma Jones on 029 2021 1532.
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Publication:South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Feb 23, 2002
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