"If you want to protect yourself in life, be positive."

 

  ~Dr. Joseph Michael Levry~

CONSCIOUS EATING

CONSICOUS EATING

Nutrition is a means to nourish and heal your body.

A dynamic multi-layered alchemy that is sacred (important and divine).

Eating consciously is a personal invitation to becoming aware of what, where, how, when and with whom you choose to nourish your being.

In the light of nutrition and with gratitude for our bounty I offer this to you!

 

Your body will naturally guide you to certain food that you can use!

Listen!

 

 

Chocolate Chia Pudding

   1 cup nuts

(almonds for low-fat pudding)

   1/2 cup coconut milk

(or rice milk)

   1/4 cup chia seeds

   1/4 cup flax seeds or meal

   1/8 cup raw cacao

   2 medjool dates (pitted)

 

Optional, add in a cup of your favorite fruit.

Strawberries pair great with the bitter cacao.

Blend together in Vitamix or food processor, enjoy!

This just may be the best cookie recipe around! I have baked dozens of these cookies and they don't last very long! This is a special recipe as it's origin comes from an ashram that I was blessed to journey to. This recipe has met many individuals and has developed many lasting loving relationships! Prepare with loving hands and chant from your heart while mixing! 

 

THE COOKIE

1 cup sugar (no white)

1/3 cup butter (sub: coconut oil, earth's best vegan)

RIPE BANANA

Teaspoon Vanilla

MUSH!

1 1/2 cup flour (splet, bob's gluten free)

1/2-1 cup oats

1 cup nuts/seeds/raisins/cranberries - optional of your choice

1/2 cup shredded coconut (unsweetened)

1 cup chocolate chips

1/2 teaspoon baking soda

1/2 teaspoon salt

Space on pan-10 min to brown at 350

*Suggested to use fresh, organic ingredients 

 

 

 

EASY HUMMUS


1 can (or fresh) chickpeas

2 Tbsp tahini-Optional!

2-3 Tbsp lemon juice

1-2 garlic cloves, peeled and crushed

2-3 Tbsp Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Place in food processor (may need a little bit of water) and blend, season to taste!

Add anything else to this base (roasted red peppers, herbs etc...) for different flavours of hummus!

Can be frozen and stores in fridge for 3 days!

 

 

TASTY SALAD DRESSING

2.5 tablespoons balsamic white, or red wine vinegar

2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar

1 teaspoon Dijon mustard or regular mustard

2 tablespoons pure maple syrup

1/4 teaspoon Sea salt

ground black pepper to taste

1/2 minced clove of garlic (optional)

2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil

 

 

These tasty little protien power balls are a great quick snack!

Power Balls

16oz Almond Butter

14oz Honey

4cups processed Oats

*Combine all ingredients and roll into balls, once formed roll in unsweetened shredded coconut. *Refrideragte for up to 7days-can be frozen.

 

 

 

***YUMMY SUNDRIED TOMATO PESTO!***


4 cup fresh organic basil

1 cup sun dried tomato

2 cloves organic garlic

1/4 cup pine nuts (lightly toasted)

1 cup organic olive oil

*salt & pepper to taste

 

Combine all ingredients in food processor & puree! 

*For a yummy salad dressing dilute approx. tbsp of pesto with a splash of water, apple cider vinegar, balsamic vinegar and olive oil.

 

 

 

Summer & Heating Up!

Look to Nature and learn how to balance diet, activity and yourself with environmental and seasonal changes. Tune into Natures rhythms... Summer, Nature it as its peak... Summer, a lighter diet and cooling foods...

Examples of cooling foods;

*green lettuce *cucumber *watercress *fresh fruits *fresh veggies *water with lemon & cucumber *

 

Living Summer with a Breeze:

  • wake up earlier/bed later
  • nap in the day
  • hydrate
  • moderate diet
  • stay calm
  • avoid heavy foods

 

 

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Spring is a transitory season after deep dark hibernation… the air is moist… the earth is thirsting to breathe… Mother Nature is fueling up to bloom! We too must fuel up as airborne viruses are alive and around us… boost your immunity and keep your EMF strong! Fresh juices provide a boost to your immunity along with deep breathing and meditation assist in nourishing your nervous system that is taxed through everyday stressors!

Be well! 

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Get Juiced!

 

Benefits of Juicing:

*Fresh fruit and vegetables have the power of nature’s healing properties and nutritional building blocks

*Provide a boost of vital energy

*Vitamins, Minerals and enzymes are present in live juices and are absorbed much more quickly and efficiently than whole foods

*Boost to your immune system, which is constantly fending off assaults from bacteria, viruses, environmental toxins and stress

 

Quick Tips:

*Begin with ingredients that have the lowest water content and end with ingredients with high water content.

*Wash & Scrub all vegetables and fruits. Peeling, Seeding and Cutting may be necessary depending on what type of juicer you have!

*Whenever possible buy local organics!

*Sip your juice rather then GULP!

*Drink fresh-squeezed juices on an empty stomach for maximum absorption of vital nutrients to your bloodstream!

(You can add boosts of herbal tinctures, wheatgrass etc... depending on what you are needing)

*Go Green EVERYDAY!

 

Juicy Elixirs

*Experiment with blends, share with your loved ones and have fun!

*There is a wealth of recipes to be discovered ... here are just a few suggested combos that you can experiment with.

*Measurements depending on how many desired servings!

 

1/2 inch Ginger

1/2 bunch Parsley

1 Beet

2-3 Carrots

2 Apples

 

1/2 bunch Parsley

1 Beet

2-3 Carrots

2 Apples

 

Loving handful of Spinach

2 Apples

3 Carrots

 

Loving handful of Kale

1/2 Cucumber

1 Beet

1/2 bunch Parsley

 

Vitamin A (aka “The Love Vitamin”) This vitamin is commonly known as the “universal” or “love” vitamin, as coined by humanologist Bethany Argisle. One of the most important nutrients for optimum health is a daily dose (or more) of love. This vital human emotion/expression/experience is necessary for the optimal functioning of people and all of their cells, tissues, and organs. It is found in most of Nature-in foods, domestic animals, friends, and family- and is used to heal a wide variety of diseases. There are no toxic effects, but deficiency can cause a wide range of aliments.

 

Sources. As stated, L is found in a great variety of sources but must be developed and nurtured to be available. Fear, anger, worry, self-concern, and many other human emotions can destroy vitamin L. It is found readily in most moms and dads and is highly concentrated in grandmothers and grandfathers. Sisters and brothers may be a good source of vitamin L, although often this is covered up in early years, developed in the teens, and more available in adulthood. Massage therapy is a particularly good source of vitamin L. Vitamin L is also found in cats, dogs, and horses, in flowers and birds, and in trees and plants. In food, it is especially found in home-cooked or other meals where vitamin L is used consciously as an ingredient. It is digested and absorbed easily and used by the body in its pure state, being eliminated almost unchanged; in this, it is unique among the vitamins. It is also made by friendly bacteria and all positive reactions and attitudes in the body.

 

Functions. This vitamin acts as the “universal” vitalizing energy. Vitamin L helps to catalyze all human functions and is particularly important to heart function and the circulation of warmth and joy. Digestion is very dependent on appropriate doses of vitamin L, as is the function of the nervous system. Adrenaline, the brain endorphins (natural tranquilizers and energizers), and other hormones are enhanced by vitamin L as well. A wide variety of other bodily and life functions are dependent on vitamin L, and is extremely important to the healing process.

 

Uses. The list of uses is even longer than that of the functions. Vitamin L is an important nutrient in all-human relations, domestic and international. We should definitely put it in the drinking supply! It is a vital ingredient in all health practitioners, doctors, clinics, and hospitals Love is also known as the catalytic “vitamin of healing”. It can pass through the healer’s energy vibrations to the recipient. It should be used in all heart problems and a wide variety of medical conditions. Vitamin L is also particularly helpful in all kinds of psychological disturbances. Depression, sadness, under, fear, worry, pain, concern over world affairs, and many stresses of life can be helped by vitamin L therapy. It is particularity important in resolving relationship difficulties. Fear, one of the more difficult problems to treat, usually requires mega doses of vitamin L, as does greed. Deficiency and toxicity. There are rarely any serious problems from excess intake of vitamin L.

 

Side Effects. May include swooning, a strange feeling in the center of the chest, goose bumps, staring blankly into space, or singing without cause. Usually, though, amounts many times the minimum requirements offer no difficulty and are often helpful.

 

Deficiency. As with many of the vitamins causes a great many more problems than overdoses. Fatigue, muscle tension, increased likelihood of stress conditions, digestive upset, drug problems, and sexual aberrations are only a few of the possible effects of vitamin L deficiency. Diseases of the heart are of particular concern. Vitamin L can become deficient easily in people under great demand to perform, such as doctors, nurse, and other hospital workers, or in people whose jobs are very cerebral, such as businesspeople, accountants, and stockbrokers. Abrupt withdrawal from regular Vitamin L use could be hazardous, as the love vitamin is somewhat addicting. People have varying sensitivities to decreases in Vitamin L, and deficiency symptoms may occur easily. It is wise to replace any reductions with vitamin L from other sources (a key reason for having compassionate health practitioners). Increased amounts of vitamin L are more easily tolerated by most people, although huge increases should be taken slowly to prevent the side effects just mentioned.

 

Requirements. The requirements may vary from person to person, according to a wide range of factors. There are specific RDAs for vitamin L, although infants and small children usually require fairly large doses. International hug experts advise a minimum of 4 hugs daily is needed to prevent vitamin L deficiency, 6 hugs a day for maintenance, and 10 hugs a day fro growth. The whole body just works better when there is plenty of LOVE!

 

~Staying Healthy with Nutrition, Elson M. Haas, MD~

 

RECIPE

 

LOVING SUN WATER

1 large glass bottle

*water source 

1 radiant energetic SUN

2 loving hands

1 heartfelt intention

 

Using 2 loving hands, repeating heartfelt intention, fill large glass bottle with water source of choice, place in sunlight soure for a few hours and drink up your loving elixir... share with anyone needing Sun Energy or Love!