Three of my favorite supplement at a glance.
1. Spirulina is an exceptional food and an incredible source of concentrated, non-toxic, absorbable nutrients. It is a highly beneficial substitute for protein powders. The protein in Spirulina contains all 8 essential amino acids, making it a complete protein. Spirulina (a blue-green algae), also contains vitamins A, B-1, B-2, B-6, B-12, E, and K. In addition, Spirulina also provides minerals, trace minerals, cell salts, phytonutrients and enzymes, as well as an abundance of chlorophyll & other beneficial pigments.
2. Bee pollen contains all the essential components of life. The percentage of rejuvenating elements in bee pollen remarkably exceeds those present in brewer's yeast and wheat germ. Bee pollen corrects the deficient or unbalanced nutrition, common in the customs of our present-day civilization of consuming incomplete foods, often with added chemical ingredients, which expose us to physiological problems as various as they are numerous.
Only Bee Pollen contains...
All 22 elements of the human system
All essential amino acids and is a complete protein.
Vitamins A, B Complex series C, D, E, K and Rutin.
28 Minerals, Trace Mineral needed for good health.
Enzymes and Co-Enzymesnecessary for good digestion.
3. Flax seedscontain a high percentage of the Omega 3 alpha linolenic acid (ALA). Omega 3 fatty acids are easily destroyed by heat, air and light; so the flax seed's impervious coat creates a perfect container for ALA. This is particularly fortuitous for modern humans because Omega 3's are difficult to come by in our standard dietary fare.
In addition to Omega 3, flax seeds contain phytoestrogenic lignans, which are anti-viral, anti-bacterial, and perhaps also anti-cancer. Furthermore, the protein in flaxseed is of high quality and is easily digested. Flax seeds also contain mucilage, which is an excellent natural laxative.
To experience the benefits of flax, try to consume between 3-6 tablespoons of flax seeds per day. Ground flax seeds can be sprinkled over any food without significantly altering the flavor. You can add them into smoothies, salads, grains, soups, and baked dishes. Flax seeds may also be ground in your blender with water to make an egg substitute, for use in baked foods. (One tablespoon of flax seeds and two tablespoons of water will substitute for one egg). * Flax seeds are very inexpensive and available at all health food stores.
To Great Health Always
"Intelligence is not the ability to store information, but to know where to find it."|
-- Albert Einstein
"before you try to change others... remember how hard it is to change yourself"
-- Bill Bluestein
Almond milk (great cows milk replacer)|
3/4 c Almonds raw & soaked
5 c Filtered water opt.
1 tsp. Vanilla bean, chopped
1. Put the almonds in a glass jar and cover them with filtered water. Soak them for 18 hours.
2. Strain almonds and raisins then blend with 1 cup of warm filtered water for several minutes. Add another cup of water and blend for another minute.
3. Strain milk into a carafe. (Use a fine mesh strainer, the more you strain it, the finer the milk will be.) Stir in remaining water, then strain again. Refrigerate. Save strained almond meal for breakfast and top with sliced fruits.
NOTE: Adding 1 Tbl of lecithin granules will create a silky texture, and it also aids in breakdown of fats and aids healthy nerve tissue. Refrigerate Keeps 4-5 days.
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Organic Bee Pollen