Updated: Oct 6, 2020

“If we could give every individual the right amount of nourishment and exercise, not too little and not too much, we would have found the safest way to health.” ― Hippocrates

Note: These are suggestions for the general population. Seek the advice of your practitioner if you have specific health challenges.

Enzyme rich foods for juicing or to eat raw

Papaya, pineapple, kimchi, sauerkraut or other fermented vegetables, banana in moderation, Kiwi, grapes, blueberries, avocado, mango, green vegetables, bitter vegetables

Sprouted seeds, legumes

Almond Milk

1 Cup Almonds (Soak 24 hours and blend into a puree)

1 TBSP powdered protein of choice or optional

Blend Almonds & water thoroughly until smooth

Green Juice Drinks

Place all ingredients of choice through a Juicer.

Kale – lacinto, green, red

Mustard greens, collard greens, green chard, rainbow chard, dandelion greens

Spinach, Parsley, Cilantro, Celery, Cucumber

Red beets in moderation to taste

Carrots in moderation to taste

Fruits in moderation to taste – lemon, pineapple, apple, kiwi, berries

Note: These are options for green drinks. You may be creative as long as most of 3/4 of the ingredients are greens and the fruits, beets, carrots are used in moderation to taste

Lemon Ginger Drink

1 peeled lemon

1 Apple

1 finger fresh ginger

1 cucumber as desired

1 bunch celery

1 bunch cilantro

1 bunch parsley

1 bunch fresh mint

Juice all ingredients and add water to dilute as desired

Sore Throat Hot Tea

1 chopped lemon with rind

1-2 fingers of freshly chopped ginger

1 tsp of honey to taste (manuka or local)

Place in mug and pour hot boiled water over ingredients.

Sip this hot lemon-ginger tea slowly throughout the day for symptoms of sore throat.

You may make this several times per day for symptoms.

*Contact your practitioner if symptoms do not resolve within 24-36 hours.

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