Fermented Vegetables Recipes: How To Pickle Veggies, Garlic and Even Chocolate ( Part 1 of 3)


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Fermented vegetables are probiotic rich healing food. Fermented food is one of those super-easy, super charged ways of enjoying these natural gifts. Here we make CHOCOLATE SAUERKRAUT AND YUMMY GARLIC.
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How to Increase Probiotics in Your Diet


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Today I’m going to show you how to increase the amount of probiotics in your system. If you can increase the amount of good bacteria in your body, it can help clear up your skin, improve detoxification, increase your nutrient absorption, help with digestion, weight loss, hormone balance, and liver detoxification. As you can see, probiotics are essential with healing any condition out there today.

There are four main ways to increase the amount of probiotics in your body:
1. Consume more sour foods (apple cider vinegar and fermented vegetables)
2. Consume more probiotics-rich foods (kefir, fermented foods)
3. Feed the probiotics in your system with fermentable fiber (chia/flax seeds, organic fruits and vegetables, sweet potatoes)
4. Take a quality probiotic supplement (https://store.draxe.com/products/probiotics)

Additionally you can shop at your local farmer’s market, which helps with the soil-based probiotics from the natural dirt on the food. Lastly, if you want to help increase the amount of probiotics in your system, stay away from antibiotics. Following these four tips will help you increase your probiotics and help treat almost any condition you have!

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Easy Chopped Detox Salad Recipe


This Easy Chopped Detox Salad is packed with veggies is a great make ahead lunch or light dinner.
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Chopped Detox Salad Recipe

1 bunch of broccoli (about 2 cups chopped)
1/3 large head of cauliflower (about 2 cups chopped)
1/2 small head red cabbage (about 2 cups chopped)
4 kale leaves, stems (about 2 cups chopped)
3 carrots, peeled (about 1 cup chopped)
1/2 cup parsley
1/3 cup roasted almonds, roughly chopped
1/4 cup dried cranberries, roughly chopped
2 tbsp. sunflower seeds

2 cloves crushed garlic
1 tbsp. grated ginger (about 1 inch)
1/2 cup lemon juice
1 tsp. dijon mustard
1 tsp. honey
1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil
Salt and pepper to taste

Roughly chop all the veggies into bite size pieces.

Place each veggie into the food processor and pulse until you have chopped the veggies nice and fine. They should look like crumbs and you will definitely have to do this in batches. Fine chop the parsley as well.

Transfer the veggies into a big bowl and add in the almonds, sunflower seeds, and dried cranberries.

In a separate bowl combine the garlic, ginger, lemon juice, dijon mustard, honey, extra virgin olive oil, salt, and pepper.

Drizzle the dressing over the salad and toss everything together. Serve and enjoy!

Makes 4-6 Servings

Nutrients per 1.5 cups of salad: Calories: 231g; Total Fat: 15.1g; Saturated Fat: 1.8g; Cholesterol: 0mg; Sodium: 117mg; Carbohydrate: 25.6g; Dietary Fiber: 6.5; Sugars: 11.5; Protein: 6.6g

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FullyRaw Kristina’s Raw Vegan Claims vs Science


Is cooked food detrimental to your health? Are all spices dangerous excitotoxins which are known to fry brain cells? I address these claims on Kristina’s site and more.
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5 Pros and Cons of a Raw Diet: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cEF-rBcto2k

Kristina’s Webpage with Claims: http://www.fullyraw.com/be-fullyraw/what-does-it-mean-to-be-fullyraw/

Cooking Methods and Antioxidants:
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19397724
Accessible Version: http://www.naturaleater.com/science-articles/133-cooking-methods-vegetable-antioxidants.pdf

Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons and Cancer:
https://www.cancer.gov/about-cancer/causes-prevention/risk/diet/cooked-meats-fact-sheet

1930 Kouchakoff Paper on Leukocytosis:
http://www.igienenaturale.it/Post-Prandial%20Leucocytosis.pdf

Meat Immune Response Connection:
Study: http://www.pnas.org/content/112/2/542.full.pdf Article: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/health/news/11316316/Red-meat-triggers-toxic-immune-reaction-which-causes-cancer-scientists-find.html

Whole Grains and Stepwise Decrease in Mortality:
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4429593/

Whole Grains – +90 grams lowers cancer death and CVD:
http://www.bmj.com/content/bmj/353/bmj.i2716.full.pdf

38% Raw Fooder were B12 deficient. http://jn.nutrition.org/content/135/10/2372.long

B12 Nori and other plant sources:
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4042564/pdf/nutrients-06-01861.pdf

B12 Rat: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11430774

B12 in untreated water:
http://www.aslo.org/lo/toc/vol_14/issue_2/0224.pdf

Turmeric Anti-Angiogenic:
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1891166/

Spices high in antioxidants:
https://nutritionj.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1475-2891-9-3

MSG paper:
https://dash.harvard.edu/bitstream/handle/1/8846733/Sing05.pdf?sequence=1

Raw vegan higher antioxidant study:
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/labs/articles/7491884/

Pop Tarts – Raw. Vegan. Not Gross.


RECIPE BELOW for raw vegan and gluten-free pop tarts!

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POP TARTS
makes 10-12 tarts

INGREDIENTS

For the dough:
2 c oat flour
2 c shredded coconut, blended into flour
1/4 c psyllium husk (soaked in 1 C water for 15 minutes)
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 c coconut oil, melted
1/2 c coconut nectar
2 tsp vanilla extract

For the filling:
1 c raspberries
Juice of 1 lemon
1/2 c dates, pitted and chopped
pinch sea salt
2 Tbsp psyllium husk (soaked in 1/4 c water for 15 minutes)

PROCESS

Make the dough:
Add oat flour, coconut flour, and salt, give it a whisk, then add gelatinized psyllium husk (it just needs to have soaked in water for about 15 mins) coconut oil, coconut nectar, and vanilla. Mix it all up until you have a thick dough.
Separate the dough into two halves to work with it. Take each half and roll it out between two pieces of wax paper. The dough should be somewhere between 1/8 – 1/4 of an inch thick — basically as thin as you can get it without it falling apart while you’re working with it.

To make the filling:
Mix all filling ingredients in blender or food processor, and set aside.

Assembly:
Cut the dough into 10-12 rectangles – they should be about 3×5.
Spread 1-2 tablespoons of raspberry filling on half of your rectangles, then place the corresponding dough (the “bro next door” on top)
Press edges down with a fork to seal.
Dehydrate for 6-7 hours until slightly crispy.

**If you’re using an oven – put them in at the lowest temperature possible (usually around 200F for most ovens) and check on it every 15 mins or so. Unfortunately I’ve found that I can’t give exact times for ovens because everyone’s is so different and raw stuff is a little more delicate!

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Visiting Adams Organic Farm in Thailand


In February 2012 I was invited to visit Adams Organic Farm in Pak Thong Chai, Thailand. Being curious about organic farming practices here in the Kingdom, I was interested in having a behind the scenes look. I’m very impressed by their efforts and hope that the market for organics continues to grow here.

Over Eating On A High Carb Vegan Diet


Worried about over eating on a high carbohydrate vegan diet? Worry no mo’

So many people tell me I’m eating too many calories by eating 10 bananas or a big bowl of rice per meal. Usually they have a weight loss experience where they lost some weight by cutting down on calories from their high fat, greasy meat diet and they’re trying to relate it to your diet. But when your eating a diet that is so low in fat (less than 10% of calories from fat) and high in carbohydrates (at least 80% of calories from carbs) your body wants to BURN fat NOT store fat. Fat you eat is the fat you wear. Sugar (carbs) are constantly being burned by the body; when you breathe, move, think, talk, eat, and sleep. I’m no doctor but how are all these people, who are coming from obesity and anorexia, transforming themselves into athletes by going on high carbohydrate diets?! NO successful athletes are on low carbohydrate diets. You want to be an athlete?! CARB THE F*CK UP!

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The three fundamentals for sustaining a long and healthy life is getting enough water, sugar, and sleep DAILY! Once that is established, getting some sunshine and sport during the week will make you go even further. A plant-based diet consisting of at least 80% of calories from carbohydrates will give you the edge you need to reach your potential. Go Vegan; for the people, for the animals, for the planet.

“Let Food Be Thy Medicine” ~ Hippocrates, Father of Medicine

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Healthy Juicing Tips For Kids – Top Juice Health Benefits & Recipe


Healthy Juicing Tips For Kids – Top Juice Health Benefits & Recipe.

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4 Creative Ways to Eat TOFU (Asian Beauty Secrets)


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I’ve created this video to give you an introduction to the different types of tofu and how you can use them in recipes and make pretty much anything; healthy snacks, desserts, sauces, smoothies, lunch, breakfast, dinner and the recipes are endless.

I hope this video will make you want to try tofu and to incorporate this superfood into your recipes and let me know your favourite Tofu type in the comments below. =)

TOFU Recipes:
1) Creamy Fruity Smoothie (Only 120Cals per cup)
2) 4-Ingredient Chocolate Mousse Dessert
*Only 96Cals per serving. The traditional recipe has an average of 300Cals!
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Lyme Disease: 4 Ways To Get Probiotics


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Yesterday I talked about how important improving your gut health is. Finding a way to get probiotics in your system is the best way to improve your gut health.

Probiotics are healthy bacteria that improve the health of our gut. Improved gut health can increase vitality, improve GI tract quality, and solve a host of different problems from leaky gut to weight issues. Our gut flora has even been linked to our psychological health and happiness.

When it comes to lyme disease, gut health is extremely important. A common symptom in lyme disease is leaky gut syndrome which can be painful and decrease our nutrient intake even though we’re eating healthy.

Eating healthy can only go so far if we cannot digest and utilize the nutrients that we are taking in. We will also find it harder to digest any medications, vitamins, or supplements if we don’t maintain our overall gut health.

Here are some things that have probiotics. Find a way to add them to your diet if you want to maintain a healthy gut and heal lyme disease

Kombucha
Kombucha is a favorite of mine. This old drink comes from China where the first recorded use was 221 BC. They called it the “Tea of Immortality”.

Kombucha is a bubbly tea drink that tastes like a healthier version of soda. It is tea that is fermented using a Symbiotic Culture Of Bacteria & Yeast (SCOBY). This is where the probiotics come from.

This drink has recently been popularized in western culture and can be found in almost any grocery store. The main brand that dominates the market is called GT’s. You can find it in the organic section of your grocery store and choose a flavor you like.

You can also make kombucha at home if you’d like. I’ve done it on multiple occasions. Here’s how it’s done:

Boil a large amount of water in a pot. Add your favorite tea. Black and green teas work best.
When done boiling, let steep and cool.
When the tea is cooled, strain out the tea or remove tea bags.
Poor the tea into a large glass container. It must be glass.
Add lots of sugar. This is what the scoby eats.
Add the SCOBY. You can buy a scoby online from amazon.
Let sit and ferment in a dark pantry for 2 weeks.
You can add your favorite fruit juice and ferment again if you’d like, or have it plain.

You will see the “mother” scoby create another scoby, called the baby. Now you have two scobys and you can make two batches if you choose. If not, you can give away the scoby. Your scobys will continue to multiply as you make more batches, making it very easy to have many batches being created at a time. Sharing this drink is easy! Spread probiotics to everyone!

Kefir
Kefir is a fermented dairy drink that tastes a lot like drinkable yogurts. It comes in all sorts of flavors and varieties, all taste delicious. I have yet to find a kefir that I did not like.

Kefir is great if you have kids that need some probiotics, and certain kefir companies make products especially for kids. They come in a little pouch with colorful characters on it that kids might enjoy. Once they taste the flavor of kefir, they’ll enjoy it even more!

It’s important to remember that kefir is dairy, and dairy is inflammatory. This may not be the best possible choice for someone with lyme disease, but it’s a choice nonetheless. You’ll need to weigh out what’s more important in your specific case: more probiotics, or less inflammation.

Kimchi / Kraut
Sauerkraut is a popular food known for being put on hot dogs in the US. Turns out that a healthy sauerkraut can do much more than just make your hot dog taste interesting. Sauerkraut is actually fermented cabbage with vinegar and other spices.

The fermented cabbage has lots of probiotics in it that will help improve the health of the gut, making it a great addition to any healthy diet. That does not mean you should eat more “dirty water hot dogs” from the streets of New York City. You’ll have to find other ways to eat your kraut.

Kimchi is like an asian version of sauerkraut. They add different sauces and spices to give it a distinct and different flavor. You can usually find kimchi in the organic refrigerated aisle right next to the sauerkraut. Either one of these highly fermented foods is rich in probiotics and adds a healthy punch to the gut.

Pills & Powders
There are many different supplements that have probiotics written all over the labels on the market. You can get them at any health food store.

Beware, for the supplement industry is not highly regulated, and anything that is not a food grade supplement should be questioned, examined closely, and if taken, taken with caution.

Some food grade supplements can be a great addition to a healthy diet that seeks better gut health.

Whatever you choose to use, add some type probiotic rich food, drink, or supplement to your diet to improve the health of your gut, and increase the quality of your life!