Friday, October 15, 2010

2012 Time for Change

Well we all know its time for change. But now there is a movie about it that looks fun to see:

However, if you are really looking for positive change, then the new Zeitgeist Moving Forward, 2011, offers a lot more wisdom and solutions in my opinion:

And don't believe the bullshi* in the media about a connection between the recent shooter in Arizona, and the Zeitgeist movie. The powers that be have to do all that they can to try and squash such positive information which goes against the system of injustice dominating the world today.

Thursday, September 9, 2010

Want to be a raw food coach?

Have you been into raw foods for a long time and looking to help others? Do you actually want to make it a serious business with a real income? Karen Knowler, the raw food coach, has a phenomenal program to help you pursue your raw coaching dreams. Check it out HERE.

"Karen Knowler is unquestionably leading the world's raw food industry to a powerful new level. Since getting to know her and her work in my Diamond Mastermind, I've been incredibly impressed with her knowledge and insight into the world of raw food. If anyone I know was considering a training program to become a raw food coach, I would tell them there is no alternative - you simply MUST train with Karen Knowler."

Ali Brown, millionaire entrepreneur coach and Inc. 500 CEO

Thursday, July 8, 2010

Help make our planet greener one smoothie at a time!

This is not something to be missed! For those of you that loved WISH, the amazing online women's health summit, BIG is summit #2, but only $10, and a great way to celebrate green smoothie day- which is coming up August 15th! It is all about the wonders of green smoothies, green cuisine, and green living. The speakers are bad ass. It is going to be deeply fun and informative. Click the following link to join us!

Believe in Green

BIG thinkers: Majora Carter, Rene Loux, Sarma Meingailis, Robyn Openshaw, Angela Stokes-Monarch, Ani Phyo, Julia Butterfly Hill, Kriss Carr, and more!
BIG idea: Change the world by changing eating habits!
BIG objective: a $10,000 donation to the Lower East Side Girls Club!

Thursday, June 10, 2010

Why Diet's and Protein Diets Don't Work

Dr. Ragnar Berg was a famous Swiss authority on nutrition and biochemistry. He also won the Nobel Prize. He was also one of the world’s top authorities on the acid - alkaline balance of foods and how this balance affects the body. Dr. Ragnar Berg (1873 – 1956)

The Acid Binding / Acid Forming Tables I go by are called BERGS TABLES
In those tables rock candy and sugar cane are extremely acid binding. Sugar beets and other root vegetables are also acid binding according to this chart.  Alcohol (wine and champagne, not beer) is also acid binding. Thus it makes sense that we would crave sugar, alcohol, and cooked starches after eating an acidic meat meal. These would help bind some of that acid, even if, as is commonly know, white sugar and alcohol and cooked starches are ultimately acid forming long-term. I mean, do you ever crave a beer while you are eating a heavy meat meal? Probably not! Wine though, now that would feel good right?

Monday, March 22, 2010

My Favorite Raw Sauerkraut by Gold Mine


I have been eating this sauerkraut for years. It is the best out there for sure. Not real smelly like other sauerkrauts, and the flavor is outrageously good. I love that it is made with celtic sea salt too; nice and salty!

A couple weeks ago I actually used it as a starter to make my own sauerkraut and it turned out great. I added lemon juice, herbs, cabbage, 1 carrot, a pinch of pink salt, and a tablespoon of olive oil, and some fennel. It was ready in 2 days sitting on top of my fridge. It lasted in the fridge for almost 2 weeks. I have to leave it in the lemon juice "broth" or else it starts to go bad. You can add water to the lemon juice until the broth completely covers the vegetables. When I don't do this, mold spores began to grow in the top, so make sure to cover it completely in the acidic broth.  It helps to add extra culture starter if you have it. 

What I ate today:
Green Morning Smoothie with swiss chard and nettles.
Buckwheat/Flax Cracker with Macadamia Nut Pesto
My new "Macaroni and Cheez" ever!
Small Salad with cucumber and flax oil/raw ranch dressing. 


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