Mango Peach Souffle

mango peach souffle recipe

A lovely spring snack or dessert 1 large mango 2 large peaches 1 cup of raw macadamia nuts, soaked for a few hours in water or just raw (soaked almonds also work but don’t give the same consistency) optional flavors: a few fresh peppermint or spearmint leaves vanilla & cinnamon to taste Put all ingredients … Read more

Fancy Apple Pie Chia Pudding

fancy apple pie chia pudding

Looking for a healthier dessert options? Chia Seeds make a light, protein and fiber-rich pudding dessert. Just add a couple of tablespoons of chia seed to any liquid such as juice, mint tea, milk substitutes or even just plain water. Let it soak for a few hours, or overnight in the fridge. This pudding is … Read more

Cacao Cinnamon Dessert

cacao cinnamon dessert dip

Cacao Cinnamon Dessert Dip 1/2 cup coconut oil 1/2 cup cacao powder 1/2 cup almond butter 10-12 drops of cinnamon oil Mix the cacao powder with the coconut oil, add few drops of cinnamon oil and almond butter. Eat with your favorite fruit.   To make this into Coconut Cacao Cinnamon Dessert Balls, add these … Read more

Zucchini Noodles with Pesto Sauce

zucchini noodles with pesto sauce

This is a great spaghetti substitute. You can use many kinds of vegetables for this. Some of our favorites are raw: zucchini, squashes, or carrots. Also try a mix of several kinds of veggie for even more flavor! Shred or use a vegetable slicer to create thin, noodle-like strands of zucchini and whichever other vegetables … Read more

Banana Papaya Pudding

banana papaya pudding

1 cup ripe papaya, peeled and seeded 1 banana peeled and cut into chunks Optional: sprinkle with pumpkin seeds Put the papaya in the blender and blend just enough to break up the fruit. Add the banana and blend until smooth. Eat immediately. Variation: add 1-2 tablespoons raw almond butter and blend

Circulation and Lymph System Stimulation

Natural healing involves a number of techniques to get good results.  Proper nutrition and detoxification are important parts, but they can’t bring results without moving the body. Today let’s talk about the importance of moving. Why is it so important to move?  Why does it help our lymph system to exercise and with that our health?

  • The lymphatic system helps the immune system in removing and destroying waste, dead blood cells, toxins.
  • The lymphatic system absorbs fats and fat-soluble vitamins from the digestive system and delivers these nutrients to the cells of the body where they are used by the cells.
  • It also removes excess fluid, and waste products from the interstitial spaces between the cells.

But unlike blood which gets help from the heart to move around, the Lymphatic system doesn’t get any help and needs us to move so it can help our immune system and get rid of toxins.

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Foods that are Good for Your Kidneys

kidney

Kidney function is improved by eating foods that are free of toxins, excess sugar, chemical sweeteners, contaminants, pesticides, herbicides, preservatives, antibiotics, hormones or additives. So processed foods should be minimized. And you need to read labels with care. Use organic foods when possible. If your produce is not organic, you can spray it with a … Read more

What Safe, Natural Substance Kills Parasites, Beautifies Hair, Skin & Nails and More for Pennies a Day

It sounds too good to believe that such a substance exists. But it does. It’s called Diatomaceous Earth or for short DE. There are many uses for DE, including pool cleaning, but for Personal health and beauty, use only Food Grade Diatomaceous Earth. This amazing stuff is the remains of diatoms (fossilized one cell algae which lived … Read more

Getting Smart With Your Intestinal Cleanse

Why I Started Doing an Intestinal Cleanse

I first started this cleanse because I have a history of auto immune type symptoms. Ever since I can remember, I have had a problem moving my bowels. There would be several days at a time that I would not be able to eliminate. I also deal with urinary retention, neuropathy, and vertigo. In addition, I have a uterine fibroid. It just makes sense that I have toxins in my body that need to come out.

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