I typically eat 6-9 bananas per meal. Is this a lot of fruit Yes. Is this a lot of sugar YES. But sugar (from fruits) is essential for optimal human health. 😃 So I eat an abundance of fruits!
Fruit is the most perfect food for humans, naturally packed with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, phytochemicals, enzymes, amino acids, fatty acids, fiber and most importantly, simple sugars.
Simple sugars found in raw fruits are the main fuel for the body. GLUCOSE. 🍌🍇🍎🍐🍍🍉🍊
These sugars are as essential to the body to function optimally. It helps to run the body via the cells. This is one reason why the body becomes stronger, vibrant and more energetic on these foods.
Glucose is the primary source of energy for the body, every cell in the human body runs on glucose. Glucose and Fructose are both simple sugars and when partnered together in a whole, raw food like FRUIT it is the perfect fuel for our species.🙏 "We crave sugar and sweet things for a reason. It’s also critical to know this undiscovered truth: every nutrient we need can not be absorbed unless it is accompanied by glucose! That means that no matter how many supplements you eat or how organic or pure your food is, unless you have enough glucose to deliver the nutrients into your cells, they won’t be helping you.... The reason too much fat in the diet is problematic with fruit consumption, and the reason people may point the finger at the fruit, is that the sugar has nowhere to go. When your blood is filled up with that much fat nonstop, even the healthiest kinds, your liver becomes congested with fat cells from year after year of consuming a high-fat diet. Your liver has to exhaust itself creating the bile composition and amount necessary to help prevent your high-fat diet from hurting you...and your liver starts to break down and its reserves begin to diminish. Over time, this leads to weight gain and a whole host of illnesses and symptoms....Before you believe information someone is about to tell you, make sure you think twice. Fruit is not the enemy. In fact, it is the exact opposite. Fruit is our saviour and I have seen it save peoples’ lives time and time again." -- Anthony William🌿
Ginger expels ammonia & toxins from the gut🌟
Learn more about the healing powers of ginger in my book Liver Rescue available at Barnes & Noble, Amazon, Books-A-Million, Chapters Indigo, The Book Depository and anywhere books are sold❤️
⬇️After years of studying health and how to allow the body to naturally heal, there is one thing that keeps coming back to me as significant, and that is our emotions. The role they play in our physical wellbeing, and how much gunk we carry from early childhood. From our upbringing, our traumas, conditioning and belief system. How everything we ever lived is stored in our cells, and how our emotional terrain affects our vital organs.
From my own experience, living through diagnoses of Lyme, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Ulcers, Insomnia, Anxiety and Chronic Fatigue, I know how important diet is, how important a complete, lifestyle change is, including fresh air, grounding, rest and a loving community. But there is a BUT. Our emotional health cannot be separated from our physical and mental health. And our organs are telling a story of unresolved and un released feeling. A holding on that leads to ill health and obstruction.
We are not a machine, in need of chemicals and separation We are spiritual beings, living in a physical body that is a direct reflection of our inner terrain. All of it. The good the bad and the ugly.
The electro-magnetic field emitted by our hearts can cause specific changes in the brains of the people around us. We now know from research that we can enter deep meditation states through practice and then these states can cause definitive changes in all our major regulatory mechanisms. Even the length of our telomeres, (a key biomarker for cell lifespan), inflammation and cell repair. We can talk to our organs, and we can identify which feeling is being stored in which organ. All in the name of healing.
This is not a new concept:
In traditional Chinese medicine, emotions and physical health are intimately connected. Nervous tension and anger, sadness, worry, fear, and stress are each associated with a particular organ in the body. As an example; anger will affect the liver and result in rashes, digestive issues, dizziness and dry mouth, to mention a few.
Our organs do not only store unresolved emotions but will also reflect back to us that very emotion. Staying with the liver example. It will be affected by your anger, ⬇️⬇️⬇️
Some days are just there for me to make it through. To gét through, to go to bed at the end of the day and hope tomorrow will be better. That doesn't mean I don't still try to find a moment in that day that makes me happy, it dóés mean though that I was in over my head, want to kind of forget that day and move on. That is when I try to stop myself and tell myself these days are also a part of this healingjourney. And at the end of the day if I can still call it that: 'my healingjourney', then that that was good. I just want to be open and honest here, be transparent if you will. I get so many nice and incredibly sweet comments on my posts and people will comment on how positive I am, but here it is. Living with chronic illness is not easy and there are plenty of moments I just want it all to stop...stop hurting, to stop all the hurt.✨
But that is also when I usually find my power and my strength to get go on and get thróúgh the next day. Because I choose too. Because that is what I want. I want to get better, I want to be healthy and live a life that isn't this. I want to have a positive attitude through this all, it doesn't always come easy. Some days I am just very sad and don't know if I can do it anymore. I need a positive attitude, because I know I am going to have to fight very hard to heal, and to make that my reality. And I am getting tired. Really tired. But I guess that is why they invented the phrase: 'just take it one day at a time'. Right!💫
This is how I eat when I feel to tired to make a salad. In this case I first had the tomatoes with cipucumbers and red clover sprouts. And then a few hours later had my smoothiebowl which was spinach, mango and irish moss. That is actually a lovely combination. It makes it thick like pudding. Crackers recipe is in the post with the bright pink nicecream. Have a good day everyone, you are in charge.🌟