health

Alert to alternative UK practitioners and nutritionists – ‘FSA planning to strike’

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David Icke:

“I have been told by a very good source that the UK government Food Standards Agency (FSA) is planning a major purge against the alternative sector, not least by using the new government ‘Snooper’s Charter’ which Edward Snowden has described as ‘the most extreme surveillance in the history of western democracy’.”

Original article avail here:

https://www.davidicke.com/article/396324/alert-alternative-uk-practitioners-nutritionists

The Amen-Ra regimen

A very intriguing and interesting protocol from Dr. Nūn Sava-Siva Amen-Ra

In this video Markus Rothkranz his interviewing him:

 

Quoting directing from Dr. Amen-Ra website

The Amen Protocol is the result of a decade of rigorous research and systematic self-experimentation. The Protocol has a pentavalent nature, consisting of 5 principal parts: (I) a fasting component, (II) a dietetic component, (III) an exercise component, (IV) an informational/educational component, and (V) a psycho-ascetic/meditative component. Essential elements of the Regimen include the following: 

  • A daily, diurnal fast, 23 hours in duration, wherein no calorie-containing foods or beverages are partaken [Incipient Amen Adherents may initially fast for 21 hours/day]
  • An aerobic exercise session executed in the morning; a resistance exercise session executed in the evening
  • A single nocturnal meal not exceeding an hour in duration [for Inveterate Amenites]
  • Intellectual assimilation of the extensive information and practical principles that undergird the Regimen
  • Intervals of Amenistic Meditation interspersed at opportune junctures throughout the day

Defining features of the Amen Diet are the following:

  • Calorically restricted, with a mean caloric content of 1250 [range 1000-1500 kilocalories]
  • Thoroughly vegetal, devoid of meat
  • Low in glycotoxins (i.e. advanced glycation end-products (AGEs) produced by the chemical combination of simple sugars and proteins both inside and outside the body)
  • Antioxidant rich, adequate in essential micronutrients (i.e. minerals and vitamins)
  • Inclusive of select supplemental or nutraceutical agents known to exert inhibitory effects on the aging process and/or age-related diseases

 

Master Tonic Recipe; Homemade Remedy for Health and Longevity

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From my friend Nadia’s blog,

This master tonic is easy to make, a little shot every day to support your health – made with wonderfully healing foods.

Take your health into your own hands. This Master Tonic is a rendition of a very old method of taking care of ourselves. As I make and use this I feel as if I am bringing age old wisdom into my home and into my life.

Anyone can do this .. “let food by thy medicine and thy medicine be thy food” – Hippocrates

This is a great natural home remedy that is so great to have on hand. This health tonic is a remedy that is perfect to take every day for immune support and overall health support.

If you are sick with the cold or flu, allergies or congestion this Master Tonic can also be taken to help your body to heal faster.

As a preventative (for general health, immune system support and longevity) take a shot (1oz) every day. In our home this is something that we do every day throughout the winter months.

When sick, take a 1oz shot 2-3 times a day.

This tonic (I have also heard it referred to as ‘Fire Cider’) is made with foods that have long been known for their health properties, of which just a few of the many are listed below for each ingredient;

Ginger: stimulates digestion, eases digestive distress, alleviates nausea, boosts circulation, respiration and nervous system function, eases congestion, cleanses systemically, anti-inflammatory, anti-parasitic, fights cold and flu symptoms.
Onion: supports kidney function, great for skin and hair, antioxidant properties, anti-inflammatory, anti-viral, antibiotic, anti-parasitic, can help move heavy metals out of the system, fights cold and flu symptoms.
Garlic: anti-parastic, great for skin and hair, stimulates metabolism, fights cold and flu symptoms, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, supports spleen, pancreas, stomach, kidney and lung functions, helps to normalize blood pressure, blood sugar and cholesterol, supports healthy gut flora, helps to eliminate toxins.
Horseradish Root: increases circulation, stimulates the lung and colon functions, antibacterial, good source of iron and potassium, fights cold and flu symptoms.
Hot Peppers: anti-parasitic, high in antioxidants, mood enhancer, enhances blood circulation, supports spleen, pancreas, stomach, colon, lung and heart functions, stimulates digestion, dispels mucous, eases congestion, fights cold and flu symptoms, cleanses systemically.
Turmeric: supports spleen, pancreas, liver and stomach functions, enhances digestion, supports immune system functions, cleanses systemically, fights cold and flu symptoms, anti-bacterial, aids in regulating blood sugar.
Apple Cider Vinegar (raw and organic): increases circulation – moving blockages both physically and emotionally, normalizes pH, cleanses the digestive tract, supportive of the gallbladder/liver functions, helps joint function, fights off fatigue, headaches, food poisoning, insomnia.

Master Tonic Recipe; Homemade Remedy for Health and Longevity.

Macadamia nut cheese

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Nut cheese? Yes of course! And it’s delicious and healthy : )

This one is made with macadamia nuts, probiotics and some herbs.

1) Soak the nuts for a couple of hours until they get a bit swallen and soft

2) Rinse and change the water, then put the nuts in a blender and add water, (slowly!) and blend until you get a paste, should be a bit liquid but not too much, like a cream.

3) Add the probiotics, for 2 cups of nuts I put normally one or two capsules or one sachet or half a teaspoon, make you experiments because it depends on so many things like the quality of the probiotics etc.

4) Blend a bit more to mix, not too much

5) Transfer the cream obtained in a cheesecloth and hang it on a strainer or in a jar to let the excess water drop down and allow the fermentation process

6) In the hot climate, like tropics, 12 hours could be enough, in temperate climate you may want to let the fermentation going on for 24 hours or more

7) Transfer the paste (now it should definitely be more like a paste than a cream) in a bowl and add pink salt or seasalt to the taste, you can also add some herbs like tyme, coriander, cayenne pepper, basil etc. and lime or lemon juice now. I suggest to make different small batches to have different tastes, specially in the beginning.

8) Put the cheese in a small tupperware, depending on the type of nuts, the cheese will take some days to get harder, macadamia for example is quicker than cashews. I like to keep the cheesecloth inside so it become easy to take it out and check “the brick”. I know … the bigger problem is you will eat it all, more and more every time you check it out eheheh : ) 

9) Let it rest in the fridge and after 2 or 3 days you should get a firm texture.

10) If you want the rind, like the one in the picture, once the cheese is firm, you can dehydrate it for some hours

In the pics the macadamia cheese with rind. (sorry for the pics are a bit dark)

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Macadamia cheese on a flax “pizza” cracker with lime, cucumber and cilantro, yummy!

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