Saturday, March 31, 2012

Benefits Of Wheatgrass

Purify your blood and improve your overall health with wheat grass.
Wheatgrass has anti-oxidant properties, rejuvenates liver function, purifies the blood and boosts the immune system. Read about the energy field properties of wheat grass here

Wheat grass is beneficial not only to humans and cats but other animals as well. Previous research on the benefits of wheat grass for chickens proved to be effective when agricultural scientist Dr. Charles F. Schnabel tried to improve the health of sickly chickens in 1930. He observed chickens seeking out young wheat grasses to eat. This inspired him to research the effects of wheatgrass on the health of his chickens. He decided to feed plenty of wheatgrass to the sick birds. The sick chickens completely regained their strength! They also increased their egg production. You can read more about the story here.

early stage of growth

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Friday, March 30, 2012

Gluten-free Buns With Coconut

Egg-less, yeast-less, dairy-less, and gluten free buns in 15 minutes!

Gluten-free buns with coconut Recipe
Makes 4 buns 
1 cup of organic gluten free rice flour 
1/4 cup of organic black chia seed powder 
1/2 cup of fluoride-free water *
2 tsp of organic coconut oil 
2 tbsp organic hemp seeds 
2 tbsp organic shredded coconut 
1/4 tsp baking soda 
sea salt 

1. Preheat oven at 350 degrees. 
2. Mix gluten free flour, black chia seed powder, hemp seeds, shredded coconut, baking soda and sea salt in a mixing bowl.
3. Add water and hemp oil and mix until doughy. 
4. Make dough into 4 balls.
5. Hold dough ball in hand and press down slightly. 
6. Place on tray  and repeat process for each ball.
7. Bake for 15-20 minutes! 
8. Let cool and enjoy! 

*Fluoride contains a high concentration of toxins and heavy metals such as arsenic, lead and chromium. All proven to be carcinogens. Information from:

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Benefits of Kelp/Iodine

There is a nuclear power station located on the north shore of Lake Ontario in Pickering, Ontario. It is important to have a sufficient amount of iodine in the body, so you don't take on radioactive iodine that may be present in the environment. 
Kelp is one of the most iodine rich seaweeds and foods known, enriching cellular health and balance!

Strawberries pack 10% of our daily iodine needs. One cup of fresh organic strawberries has approximately 13/mcg of iodine. 

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Fresh ginger and garlic tea

Soothe your aching muscles and comfort your sore throat with a freshly made ginger and garlic tea. Ginger and garlic aid in digestion and contain antibacterial properties.
Ingredients: raw organic ginger, organic garlic clove, flouride-free water, slice of lemon

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Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Mmmung Bean soup and Asparagus with rice

The mighty mung bean, high in vitamin C, is one of the best sources of protein, that promote healthy blood sugar levels and are low in cholesterol. Brown rice, rich in fiber and magnesium, also contains the mineral silica which slows down aging. See recipe below for homemade vegetable broth and soup.

Soup Recipe
Serves 2-4 
1 organic red onion 
3-4 organic garlic cloves 
4 cups of water (fluoride-free)*
1/4 cup of organic virgin olive oil 
1-2 organic celery stalks 
2 organic carrots 
1 organic leeks 
5-6 organic thyme stems 
1 cup of organic mung beans (soaked for at least 24 hours) 
3-4 organic kelp leaves (soaked in water) 

1. Boil 4 cups of water. 
2. Chop celery, leeks and carrots.
3. Add celery, leeks, thyme (2 stems) and carrots into water as well as 1/4 cup of olive oil. 
4. Add 1 tsp of salt and pepper. 
5. Cook at medium-low heat once water comes to a boil. (This will be used as the vegetable broth for the soup.)
6. Let broth cook in medium-low heat for 30 minutes. 
7. Chop onions and garlic into small pieces and let sit for 5 minutes. This will allow you to get their hidden health benefits.  
8. Heat a frying pan and add olive oil.
9. Add onions and garlic to frying pan, mixing them for about 4-5 minutes. Then set aside. 
10. Drain broth into a large bowl and discard of vegetables in broth. 
11. In a clean soup pot, add hot vegetable broth, chopped soaked kelp, garlic and onions and simmer at low heat. 
12. Blend soaked mung beans. (we use an electric hand blender)and then add to broth. 
13. Add thyme leaves, salt and pepper and continue stirring.
14. Heat for another 10 minutes at low heat. 
15. Serve and Enjoy!

*Fluoride contains a high concentration of toxins and heavy metals such as arsenic, lead and chromium. All proven to be carcinogens. Information from:

Add 1/2 cup of homemade rice milk to the recipe for a creamier taste!

UPDATE: Rice should be pre soaked for 24 hours.

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Monday, March 19, 2012

Power Breakfast

Power up your morning with poached eggs topped with walnuts, seeds, kelp and tomatoes! 
Ingredients: Free range happy chicken eggs (poached), organic hemp seeds, organic walnuts, organic black chia seeds, organic kelp, organic pumpkin seeds,  organic tomatoes, organic sea salt and pepper.

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Wholesome Salad

♪ You don't make friends with salad! ♬  ♪ You don't make friends with salad! ♬
This wholesome salad is complete with vitamins, fiber, protein, iron and magnesium.
Ingredients: Organic hydro lettuce, organic spinach, organic walnuts, organic pumpkin seeds (pre-soaked for 24 hours), organic tomatoes, organic dried kale, organic black chia seeds, organic hemp seeds.

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Friday, March 16, 2012

Why Soak Nuts?

There are health benefits to soaking nuts and seeds prior to eating. These health benefits include easy digestion and an increase of nutrients and vitamins. By soaking almonds, you provide the moisture that makes the almond shed its skin and release its enzymes. You can read more about the benefits of soaking nuts and seeds here.

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Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Homemade Strawberry and Blueberry Jam

In 10 minutes you can make your own strawberry and blueberry jam.
Ingredients: Organic strawberries, organic blueberries, drop of organic lemon juice, organic raw honey.

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