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Chia Seed Water Beverage

By on Dec 19, 2016 in Recipes | 0 comments

Chia Seeds are light and have a nutty taste, odorless and will absorb any flavor they are soaked in. They are easy to add to recipes. Here is my favorite: 2 cups water 1/8 tsp. Maple extract 1/4 tsp. Stevia Mix all ingredients together and stir for 1 minute. Let sit 20 minutes or overnight. Daily intake recommendation: The WHO (and USDA) recommend a daily intake of...

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Feeding a Gluten-free Sourdough Starter

By on Dec 16, 2016 in Recipes | 0 comments

If you received a Sourdough Culture from me -(or someone else)- The starter must be fed at regular intervals in order to ensure a vigorous, healthy leavening agent. (keep in refrigerator, when not needed, see below for maintenance) When maintained at room temperature, the starter will always be fresh and ready to use for baking within a few hours of feeding. 1....

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GF Sourdough, vegan, whole grain, sandwich bread

By on Dec 16, 2016 in Recipes | 0 comments

This bread is perfect for slicing and toasting. It has a flexible texture and a sturdy structure, Ingredients: · 1 cup milk of choice (almond, coconut, soy, etc.) · 2 Tbsp. coconut sugar · 1/4 cup water · 1-1/2 cups gluten-free sourdough starter · 3 Tbsp. psyllium · 3 Tbsp. flax · 3 Tbsp. oil plus more for greasing the pan · 3/4 cup sorghum flour · 3/4 cup certified...

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Are You Ready for Something Different?

By on Jan 31, 2016 in Healthy Alternatives | 0 comments

Throughout the years of working with my clients, I have been fascinated by how quickly some become aware, while others take longer to increase their awareness. Or, some stay stuck in the same pattern. So why is this? If they’re not ready for something different, no matter what I teach or how I give a massage it’s not going to work because the readiness...

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Calming Deep Breath

By on Jan 26, 2016 in Healthy Alternatives | 0 comments

How Your Vagus Nerve rejuvenates the body The vagus nerve also known as the “wandering vagus nerve” ventures from the brain into the abdomen, touching and feed-backing information to the brain from just about every organ. The main role of the vagus nerve is its control over the parasympathetic nervous system, which is called the “rest and digest” nervous...

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