Detox & Weight Loss Blog

Sun All Day – Designed That Way!

Kid in a life buoy in a swimming pool in Thailand

The Resort swimming pool. That amazing area where thousands of movies scenes have been shot. Photos were taken and deals are done. Relaxation had, drinking, eating and tans gained. Arguably, the swimming pool is the main focal point for most Hotels and Resort around the world. A resort swimming pool can never be too big, can it? How many times [….]

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Dirt To Detox

Development story of New Leaf Detox Resort Maenam Beach Koh Samui Thailand.

The idea to build a new Resort was discussed as early as 2012. However, Management at New Leaf seriously started talking about a new venue around 2014. Political changes in Thailand scared off any investors at the table and this delayed the project for another 3 years. Finally, in 2017 after finding an old distressed Resort through a friend of ours [….]

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Healthy Alcohol – Red Wine

Photo of Japanese Knotweed

Now there’s an oxymoron of sorts. The title probably should be ‘healthier alcohol’. Without a doubt one of the most popular questions we get asked in a detox, usually on the morning walk, often by new arrivals. Guests want to know what they can drink and enjoy with the least amount of impact on their weight and health. Once again [….]

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You Can’t Out Juice Self Abuse

Photo of a donut

There seems to be this myth that a person can abuse their bodies and then juice themselves back to awesomeness. While this in part is true, prolonged self-abuse of anything, including food will have long-term consequences.  This article looks at ways we can avoid the yo-yo effect of weight gain, as we attempt to dive into the deep dark world [….]

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A Positive Approach to Detox

New Leaf Detox Resort Bike Tours

A positive approach to detox can help you get the best results from your detox visit. Many people suffer from poor self-image and low self-esteem throughout their lives. Poor self-image doesn’t happen overnight and in many cases is learnt behaviour from parents or close family friends, teachers, coaches and peers. These images turn into beliefs and then shape our attitudes [….]

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