Archive for July, 2010

Cancer Facts

lots of info here

Cancer feeds on mucus, sugar and lots of other junk. I love the Bragg Healthy Life Ageless System – feelin’ good most of the time and I’ve lost some pounds, but need to lose more – down below 140. I’m at 147 now, but was up between 155 and 160 !

After I finish the Bragg Apple Cider Book I will read the Bragg Fasting book. All these books are from dear mother-in-law from when she cleared out a bunch of things she couldn’t take with her to her apt. Just hope her house sells soon – will be a burden lifted for her!!

John 8:36 “If the son therefore shall make you free, ye shall be free indeed.”

Peacock Butterfly (Inachis io)
Photograph by Leon Truscott

More more more! Check this out => => => This treatment is a combination of pure, 100% maple syrup and baking soda and was first reported on the Cancer Tutor site. When mixed and heated together, the maple syrup and baking soda bind together. The maple syrup targets cancer cells (which consume 15 times more glucose than normal cells) and the baking soda, which is dragged into the cancer cell by the maple syrup, being very alkaline forces a rapid shift in pH killing the cell. The actual formula is to mix one part baking soda with three parts (pure, 100%) maple syrup in a small saucepan. Stir briskly and heat the mixture for 5 minutes. Take 1 teaspoon daily, is what is suggested by Cancer Tutor but one could probably do this several times a day.

p.s. make sure the b.s. has no aluminum ! ! !

air

Jordan Rubin said this in his clean air article:

You can also add a little green—since plants do more than just brighten up a room. Plants such as palms, ferns, peace lilies, spider plants, chrysanthemums, ivy and dracaena can all help make your air supply a little cleaner and more pure. They are said to absorb pollutants from the air. Throwing open the windows occasionally is not a bad idea, either.

I also have several philodendrons, but definitely not for eating.

green smoothies and clean and dirty produce

I’m am turning over a new leaf in our kitchen. Tonight I learned about green smoothies (recipe follows) from a blog featured on wordpress. I went to the rawfood site and they have lots of info there, how the chimp will take a green leaf to hold his fruit and eat them together. I don’t really want to buy so much organic, although it is more and more available these days. I want to grow more greens – that would be ideal. I do love to use Basic H. I still have 1/2 gallon left of the blue and they’ve changed to clear colored a few years ago I found out. I’m thinking soaking it in Basic H solution would get most the dirt, grime, germs and pesticides off, as this stuff is on the surface. The good 15 are foods with no need to buy organic. The bad 12 would be better bought organic.

from Healthdiaries.com

Banana Strawberry Collard Green Smoothie Recipe

1 banana
1 c. water
1 c. strawberries
4 c. collard greens

Blend the banana and water. Add the strawberries and blend. Add the collards and blend until smooth.

the good 15: (from http://www.care2.com)
1. Onions 2. Avocados 3. Sweet corn 4. Pineapples 5. Mango
6. Sweet peas 7. Asparagus 8. Kiwi fruit 9. Cabbage 10. Eggplant
11. Cantaloupe 12. Watermelon 13. Grapefruit 14. Sweet potatoes
15. Sweet onions

the bad 12:
1. Celery 2. Peaches 3. Strawberries 4. Apples 5. Domestic blueberries
6. Nectarines 7. Sweet bell peppers 8. Spinach, kale and collard greens
9. Cherries 10. Potatoes 11. Imported grapes 12. Lettuce

I have been using Basic H from Shaklee for about 32 years now. I usually spray or soak veggies and fruit with it. I’m wondering if I need to buy organic if I do this instead.

Fruits and Vegetables: Use ¼ teaspoon to pint of water. Wash and rinse. It removes residues of poisonous sprays and grime of handling in transportation. Also removes grit from leafy vegetables.

many other uses for Basic H

Mucus

I’ve been reading the Bragg books and we are using it to have a more healthy lifestyle. It said to get the mucus out; don’t recycle it. I looked up to find which foods causes mucus. Here they are:

Dr. Robert Gray, a nutritionist, determined, through intensive testing that certain foods are mucus-forming and others are mucus cleansing. The foods shown to cause mucus are dairy products, white flour, meat, eggs, potatoes, beans, rice, grains, fish, peanuts and fats

from here.

Other things I learned from this article: Chew your food. Don’t eat when you are not hungry. Don’t eat large meals. Don’t eat starches and proteins together. Grapes and citrus fruits clean out mucus. Fast and juice.

from same website: Raw Diet Meal Plan

Due to the fact that I’ve had a mild bronchities condition for a few years now, I am ready to be done with it. Looks like I will mainly need to eat 2 things – fresh veggies and fresh fruits. I’m looking forward to getting freedom from the cough. yay!!

e-How article confirms this. Stick to fresh fruits and veggies. Pineapple is good too for bronchitis.

Broccoli Raab

all about it

Lasagna Gardening

I read this whole article about lasagna gardening. Today I am checking around our yard to see where else I can plant some things.

More on lasagna gardening from garden chick.

Another article from goorganicgardening on lasagna gardening.

Here are some pictures of a lasagna garden being put together.

happyeggs.org calls it sheet gardening.

This one is really nice – raised bed in a day.

the book at Amazon

Now someone’s picture of a lasagna garden (from here):

homemade tomato sauce

trying to make a low sodium spaghetti, so want to start making my own tomato sauce. This recipe has been changed some to my own liking.

Homemade Tomato Sauce

2 T olive oil
1 red onion, diced
3-5 cloves garlic
fresh basil (about 1 cup or less)
1/2 cup red wine vinegar
2 tsp. honey
a little salt and pepper
1 16 oz. can diced tomatoes.
1 t lemon juice (optional)

I will mix it in my new Ninja blender I just bought today on impulse at Sam’s. I dropped my blender and it cracked yesterday, so now it leaks: (

Tomato sauce turned out great!! I will post my pics as I took them. (Of course I didn’t put in any coneflowers or zinnias. ha ha)