I definitely have days where I eat more cooked food than others and today was one of them. Recently I went back to boxing as one of my main forms of exercise and noticed that I am craving more dairy and fish. Eating the “raw fusion way” has definitely put me more in tune with my body and its needs by “listening” to cravings; Some of them come from anxiety, some from yeast overgrowth (candida) and some seem to be valid messages about how I can tweak my diet for better performance and sustained energy and well-being.
Today, like most mornings, I started with a :traditional” Green Smoothie. On Friday I had a mishap with the Vitamix; The bolt must have loosened somehow from my class the night before (very rare for a Vitamix) and we wound up with green goop over all of the counters and cabinets. Saturday we never got around to making one, so I was definitely craving my “fix”. The beauty of these green concoctions is that once you get in the habit of drinking them each morning and loving how they make you feel, it becomes second nature to have one to start your day.
Raw, Vegan, with Soy and Caffeine-Free Options Believe me, this non-dairy latte is a real winner. Even if you haven’t made the leap to a vegan lifestyle, when you have a luscious alternative, it’s a no-brainer — and certainly beneficial to your body to cut back on dairy products. Over the years I have […]
Raw Vegan Gluten-Free Treats We all have a pronounced sweet tooth in this family so I was experimenting with some low-acid, sugar-free treats for our upcoming Alkalinity Challenge this week in the Raw Fusion Kitchen. These were ultra-simple to make and I decided to have them feature different superfoods: Blueberries, almonds, coconut and green tea […]
For the past two years I’ve had requests to create a raw vegan “eggnog” and decided to take on the challenge for my recent holiday menu class at Abby’s Health and Nutrition last week. After playing around with a few different concoctions, I came up with a recipe that even surprised me with how much […]
Have you ever considered cutting back on animal protein? In this segment of the Daytime show I discuss the “flexitarian” approach of going a day or two a week without any meat or animal products, what is called a “vegan” lifestyle. I also make some very tasty and easy recipes – you can find thes […]