Raw, organic whole food ingredients from yesterday's delicious "cereal - the way nature intended." Soaked and sprouted buckwheat groats, cinnamon, raspberries (yesterday it was actually apple slices), shredded coconut, raw (never roasted) almond butter, soaked chia seeds, and homemade almond milk. Super nutrient dense and delicious. When you become highly creative with your food and meal preparation, the rewards are magnificent in body, mind, and spirit.

Raw, organic whole food ingredients from yesterday's delicious "cereal - the way nature intended." Soaked and sprouted buckwheat groats, cinnamon, raspberries (yesterday it was actually apple slices), shredded coconut, raw (never roasted) almond butter, soaked chia seeds, and homemade almond milk. Super nutrient dense and delicious. When you become highly creative with your food and meal preparation, the rewards are magnificent in body, mind, and spirit.

Allow your smoothie to take you to new heights by creating a nutrient-dense, low-in-sugar, high in sustainable energy power food. Keep your insulin level steady by choosing high quality fats, digestible proteins, and slow-converting carbohydrates. Blueberries, avocado, cinnamon, soaked chia, raw almond butter, extra virgin coconut oil, swiss chard, shredded coconut, carob, maca, and freshly made almond milk. Delicious, nutritious, and life-giving.

Allow your smoothie to take you to new heights by creating a nutrient-dense, low-in-sugar, high in sustainable energy power food. Keep your insulin level steady by choosing high quality fats, digestible proteins, and slow-converting carbohydrates. Blueberries, avocado, cinnamon, soaked chia, raw almond butter, extra virgin coconut oil, swiss chard, shredded coconut, carob, maca, and freshly made almond milk. Delicious, nutritious, and life-giving.

30 days raw... day 6. I feel like I went through a 5-day initiation period... rumbling and grumbling, exhausted, foggy, and somewhat delirious :) Well here I am on the other side feeling full of life, full of gratitude, and well-satiated by my morning meal. This nutrient-dense bowl of yum consists of sprouted buckwheat, sunflower seeds, pecans, soaked chia, hemp, coconut, flax, strawberries, cinnamon, & almond milk. It's so easily digestible; for me that means it will hold me for 2 hours.

30 days raw... day 6. I feel like I went through a 5-day initiation period... rumbling and grumbling, exhausted, foggy, and somewhat delirious :) Well here I am on the other side feeling full of life, full of gratitude, and well-satiated by my morning meal. This nutrient-dense bowl of yum consists of sprouted buckwheat, sunflower seeds, pecans, soaked chia, hemp, coconut, flax, strawberries, cinnamon, & almond milk. It's so easily digestible; for me that means it will hold me for 2 hours.

Tomorrow I'll be getting on a train and traveling for 12 hours. Downsize if you are going out for a few hours or a day's work. The key to prevention & dis-ease reversal is Preparation. The key to managing addiction is Preparation. The key to balancing blood sugar is Preparation. When I arrive at my destination, grocery shopping is first on the list. Sauerkraut, green kabocha, peppermint tea, chlorella, eggs, pecans, albacore, sprouting buckwheat, avocado, raw cacao, apple, pomegranate…

Tomorrow I'll be getting on a train and traveling for 12 hours. Downsize if you are going out for a few hours or a day's work. The key to prevention & dis-ease reversal is Preparation. The key to managing addiction is Preparation. The key to balancing blood sugar is Preparation. When I arrive at my destination, grocery shopping is first on the list. Sauerkraut, green kabocha, peppermint tea, chlorella, eggs, pecans, albacore, sprouting buckwheat, avocado, raw cacao, apple, pomegranate…

These are some of the ingredients I use daily. They are my nutrient-dense staples that I mix and match throughout various dishes. I "outfit" my meals with these superfoods... Chia seeds, hemp seeds, coconut, pecans, raw cacao, cinnamon, and fresh almond milk. What are some of your daily staples that you nourish yourself with? I would love to know. Peaceful healing, friends.

These are some of the ingredients I use daily. They are my nutrient-dense staples that I mix and match throughout various dishes. I "outfit" my meals with these superfoods... Chia seeds, hemp seeds, coconut, pecans, raw cacao, cinnamon, and fresh almond milk. What are some of your daily staples that you nourish yourself with? I would love to know. Peaceful healing, friends.

Self-care/Health-care asks us to slow down just a bit. Not such a bad deal really. In fact, quite a gift... actually. Here's where ritual comes in. Find the rhythms that empower you, that give you that surge of YEAH. Rejoice in preparing your meals & understand the opportunity to step through the door of creativity. The rewards are endless and reach way beyond the obvious. Dive in to receive yours! One of my favorite lifestyle practices is soaking almonds & sprouting raw buckwheat groats.

Self-care/Health-care asks us to slow down just a bit. Not such a bad deal really. In fact, quite a gift... actually. Here's where ritual comes in. Find the rhythms that empower you, that give you that surge of YEAH. Rejoice in preparing your meals & understand the opportunity to step through the door of creativity. The rewards are endless and reach way beyond the obvious. Dive in to receive yours! One of my favorite lifestyle practices is soaking almonds & sprouting raw buckwheat groats.

Go for delicious and nutritious and don't settle for less. Pay attention to the micronutrients - vitamins, minerals, and enzymes. Take note of your macronutrients - protein, fats, and carbohydrates. Heart/brain-healthy fats, slow-converting carbs, and nutrient-dense protein in every meal. Get raw, living food on your plate. Take joy, celebrate the goodness, and practice gratitude. Oh... make it beautiful when you can. Your spirit will appreciate it!

Go for delicious and nutritious and don't settle for less. Pay attention to the micronutrients - vitamins, minerals, and enzymes. Take note of your macronutrients - protein, fats, and carbohydrates. Heart/brain-healthy fats, slow-converting carbs, and nutrient-dense protein in every meal. Get raw, living food on your plate. Take joy, celebrate the goodness, and practice gratitude. Oh... make it beautiful when you can. Your spirit will appreciate it!

The best way to eat your carbohydrates is to "wrap" them with fiber, fat, & protein. This slows down the sugar conversion & keeps your blood sugar stable. The sweet potato (carbs/fiber) is dressed with organic, grass-fed butter (fat). The eggs (protein/fat) were made in expeller pressed coconut oil (fat). Raw veggies (bell pepper, radish, and green onion) aid in digestion & are loaded with fiber. Sprouted lentils provide protein & fiber. A delicious meal with peppermint/holy basil tea. Dig…

The best way to eat your carbohydrates is to "wrap" them with fiber, fat, & protein. This slows down the sugar conversion & keeps your blood sugar stable. The sweet potato (carbs/fiber) is dressed with organic, grass-fed butter (fat). The eggs (protein/fat) were made in expeller pressed coconut oil (fat). Raw veggies (bell pepper, radish, and green onion) aid in digestion & are loaded with fiber. Sprouted lentils provide protein & fiber. A delicious meal with peppermint/holy basil tea. Dig…

Most cereals are "belly-busters" - hard to digest, high in sugar, and creating inflammation. To enjoy cereal, a childhood ritual that many of us grew up with including me, you'll need to create your own. Here is one of my favorites... Sprouted buckwheat, soaked chia, hemp seeds, cinnamon, raw almond butter, sliced apple or berries, and homemade almond milk. I will post a picture of the ingredients tomorrow. Dig in!

Most cereals are "belly-busters" - hard to digest, high in sugar, and creating inflammation. To enjoy cereal, a childhood ritual that many of us grew up with including me, you'll need to create your own. Here is one of my favorites... Sprouted buckwheat, soaked chia, hemp seeds, cinnamon, raw almond butter, sliced apple or berries, and homemade almond milk. I will post a picture of the ingredients tomorrow. Dig in!

Here's how to make your morning hot drink super delicious and even more nutritious then it already might be. Whip up some homemade almond milk and keep it on hand in the fridge. And I do say "whip up" because it's that quick and easy. I love organic, raw, grass-fed butter. You could also use unrefined coconut oil. Blend it all together and sprinkle cinnamon on top. You're in for a tasty treat grounded with healthy protein and fats. Peaceful healing, friends.

Here's how to make your morning hot drink super delicious and even more nutritious then it already might be. Whip up some homemade almond milk and keep it on hand in the fridge. And I do say "whip up" because it's that quick and easy. I love organic, raw, grass-fed butter. You could also use unrefined coconut oil. Blend it all together and sprinkle cinnamon on top. You're in for a tasty treat grounded with healthy protein and fats. Peaceful healing, friends.

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