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21 Day Challenge – What’s For Breakfast?

Tomorrow (Monday, July 11th) we begin our 21 days of eating mainly raw foods.  Does that feel intimidating?  Well, any time you change the way you eat dramatically, it IS a challenge.  But there’s no pressure – just follow along at your own pace. Even if you use these 21 days to add a Green […]

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What Does One Eat in the Raw Food Lifestyle?

As we prepare to start our 21 Day Raw Food Challenge on Monday, July 11th, you may be wondering: So what can I eat?  Today’s blog will address those concerns.  We already have over 100 people marked as “Going” or “Interested” on our Facebook Event Page.  I know that we have many others who are […]

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Getting Ready for the 21 Day Challenge

Answering the Questions: How should I prepare? What equipment do I need? We already have almost 80 people signed up on the Facebook page for our free guided 21 Day Challenge!  If you have a Facebook account, you might want to follow the event there as we can easily post photos and have discussions.  The […]

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Truffled Jicama “Fries” with Garlic Catsup

Raw & Vegan In preparation of our upcoming 21 Day Raw Food Challenge I am starting to experiment with novel ideas to conquer cravings that may arise during this 3-week mainly raw event.  Make sure to check out our Facebook Event Page and blog to learn more.  It’s completely free and we will keep you […]

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21-Day Raw Food Challenge!

Free Event – Follow at Your Own Pace July 11th to July 31st You know when you are having a hard time breaking a pattern of less-than-perfect eating? Or when your best intentions are taking a nosedive?  Well, the best way to handle this, from my experience, is to commit to a 2-3 week time […]

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The Zen of Savoring a Young Coconut

Dr. L J’s article also appears in Huffington Post’s GPS for the Soul Mindfulness is about being fully invested in the moment, which is particularly gratifying when you are doing something you cherish. Eating a young coconut has become such a relaxing (and delicious!) ritual for me that lately I’ve been turning all my visitors […]

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Embracing the Multi-Generational Workplace

This article by Dr. L J was published in Huffington Post on April 15, 2016 Getting past generalizations is a major growth step. I admit that I joined the bandwagon of Boomers and Gen Xers expressing exasperation at what we perceived to be the less-than-professional performance of millennials, worrying about what would become of the […]

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The One Mindfulness Exercise You Should Do Every Day (and it’s easy!)

Recipe for Spirit I get it. Mindfulness is something to aspire to, but it’s damn hard to come by. Especially with that non-stop narration “in your head” that pulls you in five million directions. That yappy inner voice is not going to remind you to be mindful; in fact, it’s probably going to pick on […]

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Dr. L J’s recipe for “Creamy Dill Potatoes” on Dr. Mercola’s Site!

We are thrilled that this recipe was chosen from Dr. L J’s Alkalinity Challenge by Dr. Mercola’s Recipe site! Nothing screams “comfort food” more than mashed potatoes. Sadly, people tend to go overboard when they add ingredients loaded with trans-fats. Luckily, this Dill Red Creamy Potatoes with Cashew Sour Cream recipe from Dr. LJ’s Natural […]

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We Can All Be Philanthropists

Read This Article on Hufftington Post. com Recipe for Spirit How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world. — Anne Frank This week I was quite moved, hearing the news that Mark and Priscilla Chan Zuckerberg intend to donate all but 1 percent of their Facebook […]

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