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September 2, 2012 by  
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Really Raw Walnut Chocolate Mousse Pie
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Crust:

2 cups raw walnuts
1 cup unsweetened shredded dried coconut
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup pitted medjool dates

Place walnuts, coconut, and salt in food processor fitted with the S blade and process until coarsely ground. Add the dates and process until the mixture resembles coarse crumbs and begins to stick together. Don’t over process.

Scoop the mixture into a pie or tart pan. Use a light circular motion with your palm and fingers to distribute the crumbs uniformly along the bottom and up the sides of the pan. There should be a 3/4″ lip of crumbs along the sides. After the crumbs are evenly distributed, press the crust down on the bottom of the pan using your fingers and palm. Be sure to press especially firmly where the bottom of the pan joins the sides. Then press the crust against the pan’s sides, shaping it so that the edges are flush with the rim. Place the crust in the freezer for 15 minutes.

Chocolate Mousse Filling:

1/4 cup pitted medjool dates, soaked in water for 15 minutes
1/4 cup pure maple syrup or agave nectar
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract (optional)
3/4 cup mashed avocados (1 1/2 avocados)
1/4 cup plus 2 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa or carob powder
1/4 cup water

Place dates (drained), maple syrup, and optional vanilla in food processor fitted with the S blade and process until smooth. Add the avocado and cocoa powder and process until creamy. Stop occasionally to scrape down the sides of the bowl with a rubber spatula. Add the water and process briefly.

Remove the crust from the freezer and spread the chocolate mousse filling over the crust.

Keeps for 3 days in the refrigerator or two weeks in the freezer.

 

 

 

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Constipation Blocks Immune System Function and a Colonic in Raleigh, NC May Prevent Constipation

February 13, 2012 by  
Filed under Colonic, Immune System, Sharing Recipes

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First you have to clean out the layers of plaque that build on your 30 plus feet of intestines and layer in like layers of an onion and form from the first greasy burger you ever ate. Colonic are the fastest way to reverse decades of that buildup.

Immune Tonic

 

The following formula incorporates herbs that increase the activity of T-cells, NK cells, interferon, lymphocytes, and macrophages.  As an added bonus, this blend helps stimulate spleen activity and strengthen the lymphatic system.  This is best taken as a tincture, but you can also make a decoction: 

 

1 part astragalus root

1 part shiitake mushrooms (dried if making a tincture)

1 part ashwagandha root

½ part redroot (Ceanothus spp.)

 

Preparing your Herbs

 

To make a decoction:  Combine herbs and water in a covered pot. Bring to a boil, lower heat and simmer for 15 minutes. Strain the tea and store unused portion in the refrigerator.

To make an infusion:  Combine herbs in a teapot, pour boiling water over them, cover, and let steep 15 minutes. Strain the tea and store the unused portion in the refrigerator.

To make a tincture:  Place herbs in a glass jar, cover with vodka to an inch or two above the herbs.  Let stand for at least two weeks for leaves or flowers, or a month for roots, bark or seeds.  Shake daily.  Strain at the end of extraction period and store tincture in a dark, cool place.

 

Immune-Boosting Smoothie

 

Look for ingredients with the following to support the immune system:  vitamin C, and E, carotenoids, bioflavonoids, selenium, copper, zinc, and omega-3 fatty acids.  This next recipe supplies probiotics, immune-boosting chemical constituents, antioxidants, zinc, and vitamin C:

 

½ to 1 cup of yogurt

1 tsp. powdered astragalus

Handful of blueberries

Handful of blackberries

1 kiwi fruit

1 orange

 

You don’t have to get too specific with measurements.  Feel free to experiment with ingredient ratios to find a flavor you like best.

 

Immune-Boosting Juice

 

The following ingredients supply sulphur compounds, vitamin C, and antioxidants.  You can throw a teaspoon of powdered astragalus in this blend as well.  In a juicer, simply combine all ingredients and blend:

 

Greens, such as spinach, kale or romaine

Garlic (small amount)

Ginger

Oranges

Broccoli

 

 

Energy smoothie

Yogurt or coconut milk to taste

1 tsp green matcha tea powder

1 tsp bee pollen

1 tablesp protein powder

1 small banana

Handful of blueberries

½ avocado

 

Combine all ingredients in a blend tech or vita-mix. Blend until smooth.

 

 

Energy-Boosting Juice

 

Daily juicing also makes a great addition to your daily routine, improving health, inner vitality, and energy. This basic juice provides a good balance:

 

Spinach and or Kale to taste

1 stalk celery

1 large carrot

¼ large orange-fleshed yam

¼ beet

1 cup shredded cabbage

Ginger chunk

 

Juice in a juicer or blend in a blend tech or vita-mix.