I take good care of putting out of the fridge the fruits and vegetables I am going to eat a few hours afterwards.
And I consume hot drinks too!
I love to mix half a teaspoon of the medicinal mushroom reishi with some dandelion blend (Yannoh in Europe), together with powders of turmeric, black pepper and ginger. After adding a bit of vegan milk, I mix a spoon of coconut oil in my hot drink.
Two recipes easy and quick to take care of your intestines if they are a bit weak at the moment my friend my sister. The idea is simple: less fibers to help them repair.
The sweet smoothie is made of bananas, raw pumpkin (yes you can!), ginger, moringa powder, cinnamon and vanilla rice milk, but you can add any liquid you fancy. I also added a little bit of sea salt to enhance the sweetness of the recipe.
The raw soup is made of zucchinis, butternut squash, sea salt, a little rind of lemon with the skin on, turmeric, black pepper, ginger and water. Then I served the soup in a pretty bowl and topped it with soaked sunflower seeds and seaweed cut into little pieces (sea spaghetti, sea lettuce, wakame or kombu).
I am so happy to present you my latest treasures from the online super food store Raw Living, of which I am a happy customer for over 10 years:
hemp extract because it has been years since I wanted to try this. I have chosen the more potent one 2000mg Hemp Extract ‘Entourage’ Oil (20ml Spray)
a mix of medicinal mushrooms and Chinese herbs: cordyceps, wild reshi, goji berry, he shou wu, schizandra, lotus, rhodiola and ginseng. This is the 8 Immortals (2 fl.oz) from Dragon Herbs, to be added to smoothies
one kilo of the great adaptogen Ashwagandha Powder for my smoothies
five kilos of shelled hemp seeds to top everything I eat and drink
five kilos of sunflower seeds which will always be soaked before being consumed so they are digestible
one kilo of cacao powder to make my own chocolate
one kilo of Mediterranean carob, so good and full of calcium
five kilos of cacao nibs because cacao is the food of the heart and my smoothies love to be topped with cacao nibs!
I am not an expert and I cannot give advice to everybody nor state my opinion on things I do not personally know. This would be so conceited!
For instance, I have never been to India nor Australia. Therefore, I will not record a video about India nor Australia.
Also, had I been diabetic and able to overcome it, I would have started my videos saying “If you are diabetic, I want to give you tips and help all people suffering from diabetes“.
Had I been a man, playing sports at high level in boxing and I had to overcome brain injuries and marriage issues due to my passion for sports, I would say “If you are a man playing sports at high level and you experience difficulties with your health and relationships with women, I want to give you tips“.
Inasmuch as I share my experience, it is obviously reduced, subjective and unique. So I cannot speak to all the various kind of people who inhabit our glorious earth.
Such a stance is according to my humble opinion a way to ensure I stay sincere and foster a strong honest link with people who are suffering from what I suffered.