4 luxurious ways to detox in Britain

Detoxing doesn’t have to be all virtuous sacrifices and gruelling regimes. Today people in Britain are more health conscious than ever and there are plenty of ways to treat yourself to a deep-cleanse that are not just enjoyable, but luxurious. Just in time to save you from breaking those resolutions, here are four of the most lavish ways to detox in Britain.

The food – Pure Taste, Notting Hill, London

Meat lovers will be pleased to hear that the vegan trend is no longer the hottest health kick in town. Pure Taste in London’s fashionable Notting Hill is the capital’s first fine dining Paleo restaurant, the so called ‘caveman’ diet that advocates meat and other hunter-gatherer foods. If guinea fowl with bread sauce, madeira and prunes counts as healthy, we’re in

Pure Taste, London

The drink – Roots & Bulbs, Marylebone, London

Maximizing the retention of nutrients and flavour with a twice cold pressed technique, Roots & Bulbs carries a range of hip vegetable based juices. Big hits are their carrot based C1-C2 juices and greens based G1-G3 juices with the number corresponding to the fruit content and therefore level of sweetness. They even have their own 1-2 day cleanse and detox programme utilising their range of juices and organic nuts, designed to deliver concentrated levels of nutrients along with fibre, fat and protein.

Roots and Bulbs

The gym – One Spa, Edinburgh

State-of-the-art equipment, all the studio classes from Yoga to Zumba and expert advice will help you to reach your fitness goals in 2015 at the One Spa Fitness Centre in Edinburgh. But the highlight of this gym has to be the two ‘wow factor’ pools including the top floor infinity edge pool overlooking Edinburgh Castle and the outdoor, rooftop Hydropool with relaxing body jets and mineral rich water.

One Spa

The retreat – Chewton Glen, New Forest

The soothing picturesque grounds of this stunning 130-acre luxury hotel is enough to make your Christmas overindulgences a distant memory. One of the finest hotels in the UK, it boasts an award-winning spa, detox retreat programmes and luxury treehouses to help you on your cleansing recovery. It’s also within walking distance of the sea – perfect for a soul-recharging walk along the sands.

Chewton Glen, New Forest

Nicole Harley is Editor at The Epicurean.

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  1. Marco says:

    WOW, really spectacular! To add to my luxury targets lists… waiting for being millionaire to accomplish it.
    ;-)

    Great job, guys. Your blog is realy amazing.

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