Select Stores 3 day Super Detox Juice Cleanse

13 November 2013 @ 8:23 pm, by admin |
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ph: 01-2859611 to order, thank you

Our 3 Day Super Detox Cleanse Testimonials

22 January 2014 @ 9:25 pm, by admin |
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Many Thanks to all our clients, customers and friends for taking the time to let us know how they got on during our 3 Day Super Detox Cleanse, means so much to us to hear the feedback and to share with others who would like to take a stepping stone towards a replenishment to kick start a new positive regime :)


Select Stores Dalkey
3 Day Super Detox Cleanse created by Nutritionist Oliver McCabe
Testimonials

Joanne R: ‘The Super Detox Smoothie is Delish plus Larry has great tips for Detox’

Oliver’s Super Detox Smoothies The Restaurant Brown Thomas

23 January 2014 @ 5:44 pm, by admin |
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Delighted to be invited to have my Super Detox Smoothie creations at The Restaurant Brown Thomas Dublin.
On the Breakfast and Lunch Menu you will have a choice of The Super Detox Smoothie or Fast & Fabulous Detox Smoothie both 250ml €4.50 each. Please pop in and enjoy a quick boost of energy at Brown Thomas. We will be having a official breakfast launch at the end of February. Details will be posted as soon as date confirmed. Many Thanks to all the team at The Restaurant and Brown Thomas for having me & smoothies X




New Healthy Breakfast at Select Stores Dalkey

9 March 2014 @ 7:40 pm, by admin |
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Oliver’s Organic Fresh Bircher Muesli with Fresh Low GI fruit and Flaxseed now available eat in or take away €4.95. Lots of superfoods for a super you. More energy less calories. 250 calories.

Oliver’s fresh Organic chopped boiled eggs with avocado chive and toast of the day. €5.50 available for all day. Stay Focused and Fueled! 350 calories

Spirulina promotes Longevity but what is it?

16 April 2014 @ 8:43 pm, by admin |
Filed under: Nutritional Tips

Spirulina, a single celled cyanobacteria (often mistakenly called a blue-green algae) that grows on the tops of ponds and is otherwise known as pond scum, is quite the superfood. While most people take it solely for detoxification purposes, more and more research is showing that its benefits reach much further than a detox.

Whether you’ve been using spirulina for years, or this is the first time you’ve heard of it, it’s a truly fascinating superfood. Not only does it have unique and powerful health benefits, but it also has a long and interesting history, and has been used for…

What triggers autoimmune diseases?

15 April 2014 @ 10:21 pm, by admin |
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Singer Selena Gomez was first diagnosed with lupus erythematosus in her late teens and had to cancel a 2013 tour due to flares; she and singer-songwriter Toni Braxton both suffer from the systemic form of lupus. Singer Seal, whose signature facial scars are a hallmark of discoid lupus, was diagnosed at age 23.

Actress Shannen Doherty and Pearl Jam guitarist Mike McReady live with Crohn’s disease.

Actresses Halle Berry, Sharon Stone, and Mary Tyler Moore also have Type 1 diabetes.

These days, more and more young people are developing autoimmune diseases.

Otherwise young and healthy, with careers that…

The Gluten Sensitivity Signs

14 April 2014 @ 1:29 pm, by admin |
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The Gluten Sensitivity Signs

Going gluten-free is more than just a trendy diet.
Many people have sensitivities to gluten, or even allergies that make digesting wheat almost impossible. For them, cutting it from their diet is essential to staying healthy and feeling their best.

Unlike Celiac disease, which is a serious digestive disease that damages the walls of the small intestine when gluten is eaten, gluten sensitivity is not life threatening, however in extreme cases it can lead to the development of autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis or lupus. In most cases, people with a gluten sensitivity…

I lost 3 stone with Zumba Exercise, Super Detox & Healthy Eating x

13 April 2014 @ 10:16 am, by admin |

I have been thinking sometime to write this so HERE WE GO….
Ok so some people may say, “He’s a nutritionist, how the hell did he put on the weight?” “Practice what you preach!”…”Hypocrite”…etc…
Well yes I admit I did put on weight, I’m only human.
Some people say there are no excuses to putting on weight but in my opinion there is and sometimes people should stop and think before they question someone’s weight or appearance because you don’t know what the background is.
Personally, I lost my Mum in late 2012 God rest…

9 Surprising Beauty Uses for Coconut Oil

10 April 2014 @ 9:51 pm, by admin |
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Coconut oil has really taken off as the trendy new ingredient to use in the kitchen. It’s great for stir-frying, adding to a smoothie, or using on toast as a vegan replacement for butter. Did you know that cold-pressed virgin coconut oil has many secret uses in the beauty department, too? In fact, you may want to clear out your medicine cabinet and invest in a few jars of coconut oil instead!

Sugar Scrub

If you have dry or rough skin, just mix some granulated sugar into your coconut oil to make a great scrub! The sugar scrubs…

Oliver’s Energy Trail Mixes to Keep You Going Throughout the Day

9 April 2014 @ 6:54 pm, by admin |
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If there is one thing I love, it’s a good snack – a little pick-me-up to satisfy my hunger and my taste buds, as well as my nutritional needs. For me, the ultimate snack is trail mix.

Traditionally found in the backpacks of hikers on epic adventures, trail mix is always stashed in my man bag, desk drawer, and kitchen cabinets. Why? Because this easy and versatile snack offers the perfect blend of energy and nutrients to get me through the day!

Although there are no rules when it comes to trail mix, a good mix usually begins with…

15 Uses for Tea Tree Oil – health and beauty

7 April 2014 @ 9:22 pm, by admin |
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15 Uses for Tea Tree Oil
Oliver McCabe

When I think of tea tree oil, the first thing that comes to mind is my favourite shampoo – the fresh scent, the rejuvenating effects, and the nourishment that it offers my roots. Commonly found in many of today’s natural bath products, tea tree oil has become increasingly popular for its beauty benefits.

However, hailed for its medicinal benefits for centuries, tea tree oil does much more than enhance your hair’s luster. According to the University of Sydney, the practice of using tea tree oil as a remedy stems from…

5-Minute Pasta Sauce Made With Fresh Tomatoes

4 April 2014 @ 8:39 pm, by admin |
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5-Minute Pasta Sauce Made With Fresh Tomatoes
Oliver McCabe

The fastest, easiest and most delicious start-of-spring pasta sauce is raw, takes 5 minutes to prepare, and only calls for three main ingredients: ripe, juicy tomatoes, extra virgin olive oil and lots of fresh herbs. Oh, and — ideally — your favourite spaghetti.

Onto that base you can add whatever other flavours and ingredients you love and have at hand: garlic, scallions, chilies, capers, olives … even edible flowers, if you have any in the garden. Think of it as a diced tomato salad. Then toss it with hot…

Candida: How to Cure Yeast Overgrowth

2 April 2014 @ 9:04 pm, by admin |
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Candida: How to Cure Yeast Overgrowth
Oliver McCabe

Candida is a type of fungus, or yeast, that exists in balanced amounts in every healthy body. In fact, it serves an important function by aiding in digestion and nutrient absorption.

However, if Candida yeast is not kept in check, it can release toxins into the bloodstream and cause a wide range of unpleasant health symptoms, such as food allergies, irritability, yeast infections, sugar cravings, inability to concentrate, bloating or constipation, fatigue, headaches, thick white coating on the tongue, depression, skin rashes such as eczema, acne, low sex drive, and…

Agave Syrup: How bad (or good) is it for your health?

1 April 2014 @ 6:09 pm, by admin |

Agave Syrup: How bad (or good) is it for your health?
Oliver McCabe

As many of us look for alternatives to sugar, there’s no shortage of options. One that has been hot for the past few years is agave syrup or nectar.

It’s been noted as a great alternative for diabetics because it doesn’t have the same blood glucose impact as sugar. And because it’s derived from a plant, it is also suitable as a vegan sweetener and as a replacement for honey.

But is agave nectar actually a better choice as a sweetener?

Agave nectar is…