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You might end up with a blue-green mustache, but it will be worth all the explaining to those staring at you. Tell them about the food of both the future and our ancient past.more information
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Yields: 6 servings
This recipe uses no dairy, since dairy can cause allergic reactions in many people, and aggravate food sensitivities. I find coconut milk highly satisfying, a healthy fat, and relatively easy to find. Coconut water is a hydrating isotonic beverage, nearly identical to human blood plasma, and excellent for infants and growing children. It’s naturally cool, and slightly sweet with a light salty edge.
You can scoop off the yummy cream from your coconut milk can for your little one to eat! Try it yourself. Coconut fat is heart-healthy, despite what you’ve heard and full of a fat mother’s milk is rich in – lauric acid. Lauric acid is highly antiviral, and thyroid-balancing.
This is a great breakfast or mid-morning snack packed with vitamins and minerals with all the benefits of honey and bee pollen. This salad will benefit your immune system, digestion, and will be gently detoxifying. This can be a nice way to re-introduce food after fasting as well or help a low appetite.
Winter squash is a food I often recommend to my clients during the winter and fall when they are in-season and easy to find. They are very satisfying at this time of year, and have a naturally sweet flavor that can help curb cravings for sweets of a more devious nature. We need naturally sweet foods to feel satisfied, full and happy, so try this soup out and see how you feel.