Ingredients

6 medium sized organic zucchini, ends trimmed
1 teaspoon sea salt
1/2 teaspoon organic cracked black pepper
2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil or avocado oil

 

Directions

If you have a vegetable spiralizer, use according to directions of the device. Alternatively, if you do not have a spiralizer, you can use a vegetable peeler. To do this,

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Craniosacral therapy (CST) is a specialized treatment stemming from osteopathic roots, developed by John Upledger, DO. It is described as a hands-on treatment that targets the soft tissues surrounding the brain and spinal cord.

While it is not related to modern massage, it does use a hands-on targeted approach that is softer than massage. The gentle pressure of craniosacral therapy is meant to loosen the restrictions impacting the surrounding area of the nervous system.

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Ingredients

8-8 ounce cups of filtered water
8 ounces of fresh organic lime juice
2 teaspoons of grated lime zest
( microplanes work best for this)
1/4 cup finely chopped organic mint leaves and 7-8 whole mint leaves, for garnishing
3 tablespoons of raw organic honey
6 ounces of organic watermelon juice

 

Directions

In a small glass,

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The human body is complex, so many different systems working together to achieve some sort of balance while reacting to the outer world’s many different stimuli and threats. You, as a person, have a basic understanding of what is going on, though it is based on the sensory input that your brain processes: pain. Pain tells you what is wrong with a particular area of your body, or the whole body.

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Ingredients

1 teaspoon sea salt
1/2 teaspoon fresh cracked pepper
4 organic avocados
1/4 cup Nutritional Yeast
1/4 cup organic lemon juice
1 teaspoon organic lemon zest (microplanes work best for this)
1 teaspoon organic onion powder
1 teaspoon organic garlic powder or 2 cloves fresh garlic, chopped
1/4 cup chopped organic Parsley, for garnish

 

Directions

Place all ingredients in food processor and pulse until fully pureed.

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Record breaking heat in the summer, and much warmer winters, have contributed to a spike in the general population of ticks. These ticks carry Lyme disease, a neurodegenerative bacterial infection with symptoms ranging from arthritis to depression to severe brain fog.

The bacteria, scientifically known as Borrellia burgdorferi or other species, is a master shape-shifter and mimics many other illnesses. We also know that Borrellia has a knack for being able to hide from the immune system.

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Fiddleheads have a very short season in which they are available, that would be the Spring time only. They have a similar taste to asparagus and go well with just about anything. Super high in vitamins & minerals, fiddleheads are also an excellent source of plant based protein.

 

Ingredients

2 cups of fresh organic fiddleheads, ends trimmed and washed thoroughly. These can get pretty gritty so make sure to get in all the nooks and remove the dirt before cooking.

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Muscle weakness and fatigue are common symptoms of Lyme disease. Coupled with nerve pain, neurological issues and depression, it becomes difficult to complete simple everyday tasks. Even thinking about adding daily physical activity during this difficult time can be stressful. And as your body reels from the constant strain of fighting off Lyme and co infections, rest becomes more important and, ironically, sometimes more difficult. Reclaiming a restorative lifestyle becomes a monumental task.

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Ingredients

2 pounds of organic, frozen strawberries
28 ounces of full fat, organic coconut milk
1 tablespoon organic maple syrup
1 teaspoon Lohan/Monk Fruit (to sweeten)
2 teaspoons of organic lemon juice
1 teaspoon of fresh, organic thyme leaves, chopped finely

 
Directions

Using a Vitamix or similar type blender, add all ingredients and blend until completely smooth.

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Nonstick pans have gained much popularity over the years as they have made cooking a breeze and cleanup even more so. The great thing about Teflon is that almost nothing sticks to it, making it quite difficult to willingly give up using it. The bad part of it is that it is a synthetic chemical treatment put on pots and pans that release toxic particles & gases when heated at high temperatures.

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