1 tbsp. sunflower oil
2 ripe avocadoes, halved, pitted, peeled, and sliced
2 cups fresh carrot juice
3-inch piece cucumber, peeled and coarsely shredded
Juice of 1 orange, about 3 tbsp
1 tsp ground cumin
1 tsp ground coriander
1 tbsp Bragg's amino acids
2 tbsp chopped fresh fennel leaves
2 cups filtered water
1 tsp maple syrup
1/2 cup finely shredded zucchini
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What’s happening in our learning garden this summer? ~ Chamomile!
The first flowers of chamomile shine their smiles (and sooth our nerves and digestion when prepared as delicious tea).
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Shelled fresh coconut, cut into bite-sized pieces
Dried mango, cut into bite-sized pieces
Dried pineapple, cut into bite-sized pieces
Dried figs, cut into bite-sized pieces
Seedless raisins or pitted dates.
1. Toss ingredients together in a mixing bowl
2. Store in an airtight container at room temperature
“The foods we take should be fresh and less processed. The processing of food is well known to devitalize the food (destroying natural enzymes) and deplete important vitamins, minerals and trace nutrients (trace minerals, fiber, co-enzymes and much more). In recognition of this, the food industry sometimes replaces a token amount of the lost vitamins by adding synthetic versions.
“It is interesting to note the makeup of feces, as its color, consistency and smell are of considerable importance to Ayurvedic practitioners. Fecal material is made up primarily of water, bacteria and roughage. Its color is naturally light brown and is determined primarily by the presence of bilirubin derivatives. Bilirubin is a breakdown product of bile. Excess bile production turns stools a greater green or yellow color. The presence of mucous causes stools to appear more pale or white.
“Eat Less.” Two simple words, and yet to follow them is among the most difficult tasks many people face. Self-control is a great challenge but if a person can be successful here, studies show that life can and will be extended. On the average, people consume 30% more food than they need. That adds up to a lot of extra pounds. Ayurvedic and yogic food guidelines have promoted for thousands of years the idea that a person should only eat till they are 75% full.