Day 5 of Autumn Cleanse



Today I woke up very energised. Actually, my energy has been good overall. It makes me think that I wasn’t as bad as I thought I was. I did think that because of my summer indulgences I would be struggling, but hey I’m not going to complain.

One thing I have noticed, and I know this, but it is good to be reminded is how much I need to eat in comparison to how much I want to eat!!!!! As the saying goes “my eyes have always been bigger than my stomach”. I’m not sure what that is? Sometimes boredom, a way of procrastinating (by eating), comfort? Probably all of the above. I’ve had a strange relationship with food over the years. 

When I was a singer I had the added bonus of being paranoid about what I ate and when.


What I try to do now is enjoy what I consume. If I want a desert for dinner, then I have it and enjoy it. I think the biggest problem a lot of us have is the negative emotions associated with eating, especially guilt.

Negative emotions hinder your digestion. Your metabolism is greatly influenced by your mind and vice versa. When you enjoy your food as you’re eating it, your hypothalamus (part of the brain that controls many bodily functions and is responsible for motivational behaviour) releases pleasure signals that stimulate your digestion. If you feel bad about what you are eating, the opposite will happen,  slow digestion which causes your body to store more calories as fat rather than burning them. It’s also important to note that all stressors can have this effect on your metabolism, not just guilt. I try not to label food as good or bad, I want my body to love food, not to see it as a source of shame. However, I do struggle sometimes when I see the scales moving up instead of down, but then I just say “get a grip”. I’m sure plenty of you know where I’m coming from.


Anyhow, on to my day



Lemon, ginger and warm water



Juice number 1

Apple, cucumber, carrot, chard, celery, broccoli, beetroot, lemon and ginger

I felt like something more savory this morning




Juice number 2

Apple, spinach, cucumber and celery



Nakd Bar



Chard and sweet potato soup



  • 1 red onion
  • 1 clove of garlic crushed
  • 1 stick of celery
  • 1 sweet potato
  • 1 white potato
  • chard leaves (I only use chard because I have so much growing in my garden – you can use spinach if you like)
  • Hand full of Rocket
  • Chilli flakes of paprika
  • 500ml vegetable stock


In a large pan, heat the oil, red onion, garlic, celery and chilli flakes until soft.

Add the peeled and chopped sweet potato and white potato, chard and vegetable stock.

Bring to the boil and simmer for 15 minutes before serving.

If you prefer a smoother soup, pour into a blender and blitz until desired consistency is achieved.


I worked at home today again with clients and felt great.

I’ve been getting compliments about my skin which means the detox is working nicely.


Looking forward to tomorrow

See you then

Day 4 of Autumn Cleanse

I worked at the retreat again today so I was up early. It was very easy to get out of bed, I wasn’t tired at all.


Lemon, ginger and warm water


Juice number 1

Apple, pineapple, cucumber, lime and avocado

(Same as before)


Pineapple contains vitamin A and potassium, as well as an enzyme called papain which helps digestion. It is also high in vitamin C, which is a powerful antioxidant. Antioxidants are necessary to fight the free radicals associated with some cancers.



Juice number 2

Apple, chard, cucumber and celery

+ a wheatgrass shot


Green juice is rich in chlorophyll, which gives greens their colour. Chlorophyll helps your body detoxify.  Chlorophyll also helps oxygen transport in your body and is a top nutrient for balancing your body’s pH by helping to reduce acidity



Nakd bar



Juice number 3


Apple, pineapple, avocado, spinach, cucumber, lime and celery


Tonights soup is Roasted Tomato

1 kg fresh tomatoes

small bunch of fresh basil

3 unpeeled cloves of garlic

4 tablespoons extra virgin olive

1 large potato

2 rounded teaspoons tomato purée

1 tbsp balsamic vinegar

salt and pepper


Skin the tomatoes

Pre heat the oven to gas 5 or 190C

  •  slice each tomato in half and arrange the halves on the baking tray
  • Place the garlic cloves on the tray as well, leaving their skins on. season with salt and pepper and drizzle with olive oil. Rip some basil over the top of everything.
  • Put into the oven and roast for 1 hour or until the edges of the tomatoes are slightly blackened.
  • About 20 minutes before the end of the roasting time, peel and chop the potato, place it in a saucepan with some salt and 500ml of boiling water. Add the tomato purée then simmer for about 20 minutes.
  • When the tomatoes are ready, remove them from the oven.
  • Put the tomatoes and all their juices into a food processor, squeeze the pulp from the garlic in with the tomatoes and discard the skins.
  • Then add the contents of the potato saucepan and whiz everything to a thick purée, not too smooth.
  • You can slowly re-heat it.


The main thing I felt today was a flatter stomach.

Even though I have only lost 3lbs.

I feel less puffy in my tissues. Less congestion.

Doing a soup/juice cleanse rests the digestive system. The addition of soup provides a good amount of fibre, and fibre supports detoxification. Soup also relies primarily on vegetables rather then fruit so it is low on the glycemic scale.

Hope you had a good day

See you tomorrow.


Day 3 of Autumn Cleanse

Last night I slept really well.

In fact I stayed in bed ½ an hour longer than normal but that was OK as today I was working from home.


Lemon, ginger and warm water

After my shower, I did have an episode where my muscles felt a bit heavy and weak. I thought “OH NO”, not day 3 issues?

I say this because usually whenever I do a detox or cleanse, Day 3 is when I feel my worse. However, that passed quickly and I got on with my morning.


Juice number 1

Carrots, apples, ½ a lemon (unwaxed), piece of ginger



This juice is rich in Vitamin C.

Vitamin C keeps tissues strong and healthy.

The citric acid and the ginger eliminates toxins from the body and aids digestion.

Ginger is also a natural antibiotic and helps with congestion.



Juice number 2

Lime, apples, pineapple, cucumber, avocado + a shot of wheatgrass (same as day 1 and 2).



Nakd Bar


Today there have been no tummy rumblings.

By the way, my hunger is getting less, I didn’t finish my Green Soup last night.

This always shocks and worries people who haven’t done a cleanse before. But as I said before, a lot of people are overfed but undernourished. Once your system gets used to “Raw” “Live” nutrients it begins to be fed on a cellular level. Less is more.



Juice number 3

Pineapple, apples, ¼ banana, almond milk



This smoojie is a little bit different. I used almond milk but you could use Yoghurt if you wanted.

It’s a bit like a Pina Colada Mocktail

Bananas provide slow release energy as well as being rich in potassium. A lot of clients I see are low in potassium. We need it to promote muscle and nerve function as well as controlling blood pressure.


Tonight I made Chunky Vegetable Soup


1 Parsnip, peeled and chopped

2 sticks of celery sliced

2 Carrots, peeled and chopped

Sweet Potato, peeled and chopped

½ Swede, peeled and chopped

1 onion, chopped

1 Leek, sliced

2 Courgettes, sliced

1 litre Vegetable stock

1 sprig of thyme


Fry the onion and Leeks in some ghee until soft

Add the rest of the chopped vegetables and fry for a bit

Add the vegetable stock and thyme

Simmer until the vegetables are cooked

Season with salt and pepper.

Use a potato masher to mash the soup a little. (You still want some chunks in it).


I had a full day of massage clients today and my energy was good all day.

Tonight, I don’t feel very tired which is good.

I’m glad I am having soups in the evening. The weather has turned cold here so the soup warms my body temperature which aids digestion.

If you are considering a cleanse like this especially at this time of the year then you really need to consider how good your digestion is.

If it is weak (bloating,constipation,gas,acid reflux etc) maybe you could have 1 or 2 juices/smoothies and more soup. You really need to experiment and see what works for you. All of the above digestive issues should not happen if your system is working well. (maybe occasionally) If you do start this cleanse and you experience any of the above then it may not be for you.

See you tomorrow

Day 2 of Autumn Cleanse

I had a bit of a restless night. I usually sleep like a log. I have never had problems sleeping apart from the odd occasion. Last night I would wake and look at the time and then go back to sleep. This happened maybe 3 times.

When I woke this morning, my head was a bit foggy with a slight headache. Nothing major, I just knew it was a detox thing. I am very familiar with that feeling so everything was fine. The head thing cleared after a couple of hours and then I felt quite clear-headed.


Lemon, ginger and warm water (same as yesterday)

8am –  on my way to work at the retreat

Juice number 1 – same as yesterday

Had a few hunger rumbles whilst massaging but nothing too embarrassing.


11.30am on the way home for lunchtime

Juice number 2 – same as yesterday

The only difference today is instead of my Superfood Powder I added a Wheatgrass shot.  I felt that because I was a bit detoxy this morning I would hold back the superfood powder.

Wheatgrass is a fantastic “superfood” containing many vitamins and minerals. It is a rich source of chlorophyll – Liquid sunshine. It improves the function of the heart, the intestines and the lungs, as well as detoxifying the blood and the liver.

2pm on my way back to the retreat

Nakd Bar

5pm on my way home

Juice number 3

Apple, carrot, celery, chard, parsley, cress, cucumber, broccoli, beetroot, courgette, lemon and ginger.



This juice is spicy!!

I just juice everything.

It’s a dirty red colour.

Beetroot is a fantastic blood builder and is rich in carotenoids. These act as antioxidants in the human body. Strong cancer-fighting properties. They also have anti-inflammatory and immune system benefits.


Tonight is Green Soup





  • 2 tablespoons of ghee
  • 1 onion, chopped
  • 1 garlic clove, peeled and chopped (optional)
  • ½ teaspoon of turmeric
  • 1 teaspoon of coriander powder
  • 1 teaspoon of cumin powder
  • 1 large leek sliced
  • 1 medium head of broccoli separated into florets
  • 1 courgette chopped
  • 1 large handful of greens like kale, cavalo nero, swiss chard,etc
  • 1 bunch of parsley or mint or basil or a mix
  • 1 litre of hot vegetable stock
  • Handful of raw cashews (soaked if preferred)
  • Salt and Pepper to taste


Heat the ghee in a large saucepan and on a low heat fry the onion until golden brown.

Add the chopped garlic with the turmeric, coriander and cumin powders. Fry for 2 minutes.

Add the chopped leek, broccoli, greens and courgette. Mix into the spices and fry for about 5 minutes.

Add the hot vegetable stock. Bring to the boil and simmer until the vegetables are soft – approx 15 minutes.

When they are cooked add the fresh herbs and salt and pepper. Liquidise in a blender with the cashew nuts (sieve the water out if you soaked them) or whatever you have to do the job.


I don’t feel as tired this evening as yesterday.

I am getting plenty of essential good fats, amino acids, carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals, water and enzymes.

The interesting thing is I haven’t really craved anything. I usually find that when I eat or drink in this case “Clean” I don’t tend to crave the rubbish I would otherwise eat. But remember I do these cleanses quite a lot so it doesn’t take my body and mind long to get into the groove of it all.

If you are new to a cleanse or detox you might find it hard going. Day 2 can bring up some serious cravings. You might feel very tired. Usually because you are not giving your body false stimulants such as sugar or caffeine to help “Fire” you up through the day. Don’t worry though, that passes. Your system re-adjusts and you will then start using your own natural resources, not the short-term drug-like “pick-me-ups”.

Thats Day 2. Looking forward to tomorrow.

Autumn 7 day Cleanse

Today the clocks went back an hour which gave us an extra hour in bed. This marks the official end of British Summertime.

I thought this would be a good time to clean up my system in preparation for the cold months ahead and to shift a few extra pounds that I accumulated in the summer months due to excessive living. (Barbecues, ice cream etc)

I am seeing A LOT of sick people around at the moment. Mainly colds, joint stiffness, digestive issues. It’s the feeling that something isn’t right. So, in order for me to get a good start on the next coming seasons I have decided to do a Juice, Smoothie and Soup 7 day cleanse. This formula works really well for me. I have tried just juicing, just smoothies and just soup but I tend to get bored and then I stray. I am going to document my 7 days and who knows, it might help someone else who is thinking of cleaning up their system. I get asked a lot about my cleanses and how they work so here is how I do this one and how I feel along the way.


As soon as I got up I went to the kitchen and made myself a lemon and ginger in warm water.


I love this drink.

It helps keep my digestive system in order, clears out accumulated toxins and revs up my metabolism.

When it comes to digestive health and detoxification, lemon juice works similarly to the digestive juices found in the stomach by helping the liver produce bile and we all need that to emulsify fats. It reduces indigestion, acid reflux and fluctuating blood sugar levels.

I also use lemon juice when I have a gripey gallbladder (see my blog on travelling) Healthy Travel

Ginger really shines in its ability to boost digestive health. It’s a great detoxifier.It reduces stomach bloating, helps treat constipation and lowers inflammation.

I prepare the drink by squeezing half a lemon in a glass and then juicing a big piece of ginger (I like about 2 inches), and then filling the rest of the glass with warm water.I have been eating ginger for a long time so I can handle a lot of it, and my system loves it.  If you are not used to it then don’t use as much or you could even just slice it into the glass and it won’t be as strong. Fresh ginger is the way to go, not powdered.

My juicer is out the whole time I am doing this cleanse so it is easy to get to. I put a plastic bag into the receptacle that catches all the flesh and then empty it into my compost at the end of the day which means one less thing to wash up. I wash the other bits of the juicer at the end of the day. I don’t bother washing after each use. I am sure I would give up if I did it that way.

Juice number 1 

After my shower and getting dressed I’m ready for my first juice/smoothie. (smoojie)


Lime, apple, pineapple, cucumber and avocado

Juice the lime, cucumber, pineapple and apple then add to the blender with the avocado. You could put the pineapple and apple into the blender as well as the avocado if you want something thicker.

I use this juice/smoothie a lot during the cleanse.

It tastes lovely. Quite tangy.

Cucumber and lime are great cleansers. Cucumbers contain silica, a trace mineral necessary for keeping connective tissue healthy. This means your skin will glow.

The addition of an avocado makes this smoojie more filling and provides me with a balance of essential fatty acids (the friendly fats we all need).

If you are going to do this cleanse and you drink tea or coffee regularly then you might want to start weaning yourself off them before you start. Of course you can drink them through the cleanse but try to have them black. You may even find you don’t want as much coffee or tea. You are still giving your body a break from the big offenders such as processed foods, sugar, refined carbohydrates, dairy.

I love coffee. I don’t drink many cups a day but I do like it strong. Today I have had 2 cups of black coffee in the morning. I don’t tend to drink coffee in the afternoon. We will see what tomorrow brings?

Juice Number 2   11am



At about 11am I had the same juice but added ½ of a teaspoon of one of my favourite superfood powders by Natures Living.  I will increase the amount as the week continues. I don’t start full on because this powder can be quite detoxifying.  It is a supercharged cocktail of health containing green foods, sea vegetables, enzymes, bacterial cultures and algae.


On the way to work at the retreat I snacked on a Nakd Bar.


On the way home from the retreat I had another juice which I took with me in a flask.

Pineapple, celery, cucumber, spinach, lime, apple and avocado

Rich in potassium from the celery, also vitamin C and iron.

This is a great intestine cleanser and of course I’m boosting my immune system.


Tonight is soup time

I am going to have Butternut Squash soup

  • 1 onion
  • 1 medium butternut squash
  • 2 large carrots
  • 500ml vegetable or chicken stock
  • 1/2 teaspoon cumin seeds
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • salt and pepper to taste

Heat oven to 190 C / Gas 5.

Peel and chop onion, squash and carrot into large chunks and place on a roasting tray. Sprinkle with oil, cumin seeds, salt and pepper and put in the oven for 20 – 30 minutes. The vegetables should be soft but not mushy and slightly caramelised.

In a large saucepan place the stock and roasted vegetables. Bring to the boil and simmer for a further 20 mins. When the vegetables are soft blend soup until smooth.


Overall I haven’t felt too bad today. I was a bit hungry mid morning into lunch time but I do enjoy feeling hungry. A lot of people don’t let themselves experience hunger. Think of your digestive fire like a bonfire. If you continuously add wood to it you will smother the flames, and you will need to stop adding and wait until it grows again before putting more wood on. Most of us are in the habit of eating too often. The fire never gets to come to full strength because it always has something new to digest. The practise of being hungry allows the fire to grow.

I haven’t really thought about food today which is great for me as I like to snack, especially on sugary stuff and carbohydrate.

My energy has been good.

When you do a cleanse like this you don’t get the blood sugar hunger that so many people are worried about. I hear it all the time “Oh, I need to eat so I can do my work etc” “I would be so weak”.

If this was the first cleanse you have ever done then yes you probably will feel peculiar. So maybe start on the weekend or when you have some time off and at least you will go through the harder part on your days off.

For me, I have done so many cleanses and diets that it doesn’t make much of a difference when I start.  Mind you, I have got a really busy week coming up, let’s hope I don’t eat my words. See you tomorrow.




Joint Stiffness


I didn’t sleep very well the other night.

My lower back was very stiff and sore and so I tossed and turned quite a bit trying to get comfortable.

As I have gotten older my lower back plays me up a bit more. Maybe I am more aware of it?

Anyhow, this topic comes up a lot with my clients so I thought I would talk a bit about Joint Stiffness.

With me I usually know what the reasons are for my stiffness. And depending what kind of stiffness it is, the reason changes.

The other night I am sure it was due to dehydration, lack of movement the day before and eating to much of the wrong foods.

The day before I attended a talk/seminar all day which meant a lot of sitting. I also didn’t drink as much water as I normally would because I didn’t want to get up every five minutes and have to go to the loo, and my diet wasn’t fantastic. Sandwich and crisps for lunch and when I got home I nibbled on dips and doritos and still didn’t drink enough water. On top of all that, the lovely weather we have been having here in Lincolnshire took a turn for the worse. Cold and Damp!


Let’s start with dehydration.

The cartilage in our joints needs to be kept lubricated for cushioning and shock absorption. Many nutrients help this cartilage and it also needs to be filled with fluid.

As we age, the ability to keep our joints hydrated lessens. Taking joint-supportive nutrients will help, but you also need to keep your joints hydrated.


At first, increasing the amount of water you drink may not seem like its doing much other than making you go to the loo more often, but as the cartilage swells again and regains its ability to retain fluid, that urge will subside. A bit like watering a plant that has completely dried up. It takes a few times watering before the soil rehydrates and retains the much-needed water.

Lack of movement

My Mum is a very strong and fit 75-year-old lady. She puts it down to physically working hard on the farm every day. She hates it if she can’t get outside daily to do something physical, and when I mean physical I mean lugging bales of hay and walking miles up and down hills. She says that if she was to stop she would rust! There is something to that.

Movement is one of the essential keys to living life.

With movement comes a natural warming of the muscles and connective tissue. As the muscles are used, heat is created which keeps the tissues warm and in a flexible state.

When you are inactive, the heat doesn’t happen and the muscles begin to harden and the connective tissue glues together. This is when as my mum says, “you begin to rust”.

Often those who allow their muscles to harden and lose their flexibility begin to lose hope that they will ever return to the suppleness of their youth.

Whilst we can’t turn back the years there is a lot we can do to move our bodies to maintain our optimal health. Even if that is going for a walk or doing 10 minutes stretching every morning or evening.


So back to the other day. I sat on my bum way too long during the day and other than having a short 15-minute walk at lunchtime, that was it. I didn’t do any stretching, nothing. That didn’t bode well. I am finding that the older I am getting the more movement I need to do. I feel it straight away. That stiffness, you know what I mean!

Get up and go for a walk.

Being kind to your digestion

I usually know when I have not been kind to my digestive system. My system is quite sensitive so I can only go so far and then I get warning signs to slow down and usually lighten things up.

One of them is joint stiffness.

In Ayurveda, stiffness in the joints is sometimes a result of too many toxins in the body. Of course, Ayurveda believes that toxins are due to compromised digestion. This then creates stiffness and heaviness in the joints and if that stays there for a long time, the joints can become swollen and painful.

Yesterday I had quite a heavy diet. Bread, crisps (a lot of them) and a dip made from dairy. And to top it all off we have been having cold, damp weather which doesn’t help either.  Of course, this toxic build up doesn’t just happen overnight, it has been slowly accumulating and reflects the heavy diet I have been eating. I have been feeling it.

Change of season issues

In the winter, we tend to eat more. Food is fuel for our metabolism to keep us at normal body temperature. Have you ever felt cold if you have missed a meal?

This increase of heavier winter food can lead to the build-up of toxins. Sluggishness, extra pounds, poor sleep? Sound familiar?


This is also a funny time of the year. Sunlight is slowly returning. A warm day or two might plague you with congestion and upper respiratory conditions. It’s the warm days that tend to make you sick. After battling through the cold all winter, your body is unprepared for the sudden rise in temperature. As your layer of winter insulation begins to melt, it enriches your blood which tends to congests your circulatory system. This then leaves you vulnerable to Kapha disorders like respiratory congestion, sinus infections, and in my case, joint stiffness.

So, what am I going to do?

  • Lighten up my diet with warm, light, drier foods. Spiced cooked apples for breakfast, Kitchari for lunch and then maybe a nourishing soup for dinner. No CRISPS!!!
  • Do more exercise. For me this means walking. If the sun is shining then I’ll be outside, if it’s not then off to the gym I go. And of course, Gardening!
  • Drink Kapha Tea. This tea is very invigorating. It has chilli in it so it is quite spicy. I love it.
  • One supplement that I swear by for Joint Stiffness and pain is MSM Vital. MSM (methylsulfonylmethane) is a sulphur containing compound that is used to improve immune function, lower inflammation and help restore healthy bodily tissue.

I have been taking it a long time in different forms.

This MSM product is very special.


Firstly, its organic. All Amaiva products are.

There are no anti-bulking agents in this product. You will be hard pressed to find another capsule/tablet of the same quality. It is processed at low temperatures which retain its benefits.

Added to it is Turmeric and Frankincense.

I can honestly say it is the best MSM based supplement I have tried and I have tried a lot.

You can also buy  MSM POWDER  which is very good as well. The taste is a bit bitter but if you mix it with juice then it’s OK.


Higher Nature is a fantastic British Company with very high quality products. Their customer service is excellent.

I hope you have found these ideas helpful. They seem to work for me.

Of course, if you do have pain related issues then please consult your health practioner.

I’m off for a walk.

Regular Bowel Movements


Let’s talk about Waste Disposal, and no, I don’t mean arranging for someone to get rid of your husband. 😀

This blog is about Pooing and one of my best ever buys, the “Step and Go” or “Squatty Potty”.

My bowel movements have been hit and miss over the years due to several reasons.

One major reason is the number of diets I have been on.

I think I have done every diet known to man. I am a bit of an encyclopaedia when it comes to diets. If you want any information on a diet, then I am the one to ask for advice.

In fact, my best advice would be to sort your digestion out. (separate blog topic). Diets didn’t help my bowel movements that’s for sure.

Another reason is dehydration. For me this causes20141013_133127_ 


Constipation can be debilitating.

Not only are you uncomfortable, it can lead to bloating, fatigue, heart burn, lower back pain and the list goes on.

The number of clients I see that believe it is normal to go to the toilet 2-3 times a week, or even less, is astonishing.

There is no way I could do that!

Sometimes, when things aren’t working well for me I might go 48hrs and then I feel terrible.

Just think, all that food (waste) that you haven’t gotten rid of is fermenting and rotting inside of you creating god knows what. YUK!



So, to sort out my bowels movements, the first thing I started doing before my “great buy” was Squat.

I still do it.

If I have to bring on my daily bowel movement I squat for a few minutes. Sometimes before doing this I have a glass of warm water to help things along. It’s very effective, why not give it a try?

Squatting is the most natural posture to use for bowel evacuation.

Man, has always used the squatting position for resting, working and bowel movements. Small children instinctively squat to relieve themselves. You might think it strange because living in the West we are not taught to do this.

However, the human body was designed to function this way. Our ancestors performed their bodily functions squatting until the middle of the 19th century. Chair-like toilets had only been used by royalty. Then in the 1800’s, the throne-like water closet was invented. And the rest is history. From then on we were considered “Clean”.

The downside to this was our new posture for bowel evacuation. Sitting instead of squatting obstructs the waste passage through the colon. 



Advantages of Squatting

By squatting you eliminate faster, easier and complete. No straining! Which seems to be very common. Constipation can also be avoided by switching to a squatting posture toilet.

Gravity does most of the work. Your body weight presses against your thighs and naturally compresses the colon.

For pregnant women, squatting avoids pressure on the uterus when using this type of toilet.


Step and Go

Which now brings me to my  Step and Go

I like the name Squatty Potty which is another brand, but it is essentially the same product.

The height is important. It’s about 7”. When you sit on the loo you place your feet on either side of the bowl on the foot rests and it helps if you lean forward slightly. Things start shifting very quickly and before you know it you are 1kg lighter or there abouts.

It tucks under the toilet bowl when not in use so it doesn’t get in the way of a man having to stand up.

Since we have had this, my pooing experience is a pleasure.

No more waiting, and waiting.

No more straining.

No more feeling like there is still more to go.

Just a sense of satisfaction and ease.

I thoroughly recommend getting one of these. Even my husband loves it and he was sceptical. I don’t think they are expensive when you consider you will use it every day and you will feel much lighter and energised as a result of emptying your bowels properly. I wouldn’t be without mine.

Here is a Video about the Squatty Potty. It’s a bit wacky but you get the idea.