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Rawnola Recipe

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What do you get when you make homemade granola using all raw ingredients?


While the texture is slightly more chewy than traditional homemade granola which is baked in an oven, the taste is equally as delicious. I love making rawnola because it is extremely versatile. You can use it any way you would with granola – add it to smoothie bowls ( such as the ones we made yesterday ), chia pudding, on it’s own with some almond milk, or just eat it straight out of the jar!

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Smoothie Bowls – What’s the Hype All About?

Smoothie Bowls

Yesterday I mentioned some detoxifying benefits of a vegan diet. One easy vegan recipe you can have for either breakfast or lunch is a smoothie bowl! Lately I have been obsessed with making smoothie bowls. If you’re not familiar with what it is, it’s basically just as the name states – a smoothie in a bowl. The smoothie is usually made much thicker ( more of a sorbet consistency ) and is topped with a variety of toppings.

One of the reasons I love smoothie bowls, aside from how delicious they are, is because they are much more filling than traditional smoothies due to all the toppings. Not only that, but I tend to eat them much slower than I would drink a smoothie.

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Detox Naturally on a Vegan Diet

Feeling lethargic? You might be in need of some detoxing.

In today’s society people are exposed to many toxins on a daily basis; in food, water, and the atmosphere. Over time, these toxins build up to create a variety of symptoms such as fatigue, constipation, skin issues, muscle pain, and more. In order to expel toxins, it’s important to become aware of where the majority are coming from. For most people, it’s in the food that they consume.

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Sometimes there is nothing bigger than the small things!

What is the most effective medicine in the world… well, some say Preventive Medicine! Makes much sense doesn’t it? Just stop getting sick before you are really sick! This is mostly speaking of chronic degenerative, or lifestyle diseases. Nonetheless this strikes me as the future of medicine happening today!

I was eager to share this very interesting interview on a very radical solution to eradicate diabetes. I am glad to call this woman a friend, and I truly believe the world needs more hard-working people like these, who appreciate the very small things in life, such as the genes!! Yes… but also such as the moments in life that as simple as they are, can be like medicine for the soul.

Stop AGEing! Kiwi and Sweet potato Timbal Ceviche.

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Ceviche is  a wonderful way  to cook without the heat that produces AGE(advanced glycation end) products that make you age prematurely. We had chef Justine Navarro visiting us, and she made this delicious treat for us.
INGREDIENTS :3  fillets of  a firm white fish cut into 0.5 cm squares
1  sweet red  bell  pepper diced into squares
1 spring onion with  green stalks  diagonally sliced (so much flavor in the green !)
The juice of 3 lemons one lime  and 2 mandarins
1 tbsp apple cider vinegar
Radish sprouts to use sparingly on top.
Salt and Pepper to taste.

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Anti Aging Ceviche

What makes ceviche exceptionally healthy?

When food is cooked under heat it increases its content of AGE’s (advanced glycation end products), which ironical to their acronym, make you age faster, and also prone to degenerative diseases. As fish in ceviche is cooked solely on citric acid, it drastically reduces the content of AGE’s. Here a ceviche recipe.


The Maltese bruschetta: A fresh healthy starter!

maltese bruschettaThis great-tasting starter is usually served with crunchy unleavened type of Maltese bread, which is unfortunately known  for its high levels of mercury. So here it is “à la tostada” ! … Served on a crispy corn tortilla, gluten-free and oven baked.

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