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7 Steps to Self Agape February 8, 2010

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Remember that the goal of this teaching is to facilitate the lessons of unconditional love and acceptance. There is no possibility of accomplishing this toward others if you have not first learned how to unconditionally accept yourself.

Here are seven steps to lead you in that direction.

· 1. Trust in your perceptivity.

· 2. Ruthless truthfulness with yourself.

· 3. Acknowledging that the world and those in it are perfect and making a commitment to be tolerant.

· 4. Allow yourself your own power and constant choice to be appropriate with it.

· 5. Erasing fear and the chief negative feature to live in gentleness and joy.

· 6. Truly experiencing surrender and therefore power and control, which leads to the true integration of personality and essence. This allows you to fully experience the physical plane as well as the truth, love, and beauty of the other planes.

· 7. Humility

1. Trust in your perceptivity.
The first step to self-agape has to do with developing your ability to perceive. Perceiving is not thinking about, nor is it figuring out or scrutinizing. Remember that perceptivity is a function of your emotional center and that perception is a feeling. This is the ability to size up the truth of a situation, experience, or person by instantly and emotionally sensing what is so about them.

You might walk into a business meeting where a number of people are present and you can instantly perceive whom you can trust and whom you should be careful about. You can instantly perceive as well whether you are going to get anywhere with this team or whether you are going to waste time and money with them.

The aphorism “Don’t guess, perceive”, applies to this step. This is an important way to look at perceptivity. Your society does not encourage people to follow and trust their own intuitions and perceptions. Characteristically older souls, because of their experience, have inherently good perceptivity skills. The problem tends to be that older souls lose confidence in their perceptivity when they live in a young soul society that places a low value on intuition and perception. Thus, this first step to self-agape is to trust and develop the skill of perception.

2. Ruthless truthfulness with yourself.
The second step to self-agape encourages you to be completely honest with yourself. Ruthless truthfulness means the courage to state what is so about yourself and your perceptions at any one time. This truthfulness does not have so much to do with perceiving as it does with telling the truth about what you perceived. Often you perceive accurately but then deny what you saw, or distort is so much that the truth becomes unrecognizable.

You may accurately assess that the business team gathered is a bad mix of personalities and that your endeavors will come to grief. However, if you should slide to the negative poles of your over-leaves and become, for example, ingratiating, you may deny to yourself and the others your original perception. You will act as if everything is fine and proceed foolishly into a mess.

Knowing and telling the truth, however, can be tricky. Because the truth is unique for each individual, one person’s truth is another person’s lie. In addition, truth is not always constant but changes as the soul matures and gains experience. The truth for a baby soul is different from the truth for a mature soul. The truth for a baby soul is that law, order, and obedience to authority are the most necessary ingredients to live a good life. The truth for a mature soul is that individual search and questioning of authority is necessary for a good life.

Ruthless truthfulness is a form of compassion and need not be seen as a way of putting oneself down or being self-deprecating. Being self-truthful is not beating yourself up but seeing in a detached way what the reality is and what must be done.

3. Acknowledging that the world and the people in it are perfect and making a commitment to be tolerant.
The third step focuses on acknowledging that people are perfect the way they are. Perfect means that each person is following his or her own path just the way that they should. In other words, every person is learning their lessons in his or her chosen ways. The important lesson one person is learning may be the important lesson that another person learned ten lifetimes ago or will learn three lifetimes from now.

Therefore perfection does not have to be a high ideal or look like your pictures of what the world is supposed to be, but in fact what is.

The concept of perfection in “what is” has always been one of the most difficult for students to understand. You may ask, how can the world be perfect if there is killing, war, famine, and disease? How can so-and-so be perfect if he lies, cheats, and steals from me? Should I do nothing, then, to correct or stop these things? The answer is paradoxical. Yes, all these things are being perfectly done and everyone is learning their lessons exactly the way they had hoped (on an essence level, of course). However, part of this perfection is that when you perceive injustice you perfectly move to correct it. Therefore physical reality is a game that everyone gets to play, the unjust and the just, and in the illusion of time one will eventually become the other, and the game continues.

4. Allow yourself your own power and the constant choice to be appropriate with it.
Personal power is the result of telling the truth. Telling the truth gives you presence, and presence is perceived as power. Being appropriate with power is a unique task for each individual.

The more powerful a person is, the simpler the message. The philosophical writings of young souls are often lengthy, complex, and difficult to read. The message of old souls tends to be far simpler. The teachings and concepts of Jesus Christ are immensely powerful and are phrased in the simplest possible terms, as in the parables and in statements such as “Love your neighbor as yourself.” The Buddha taught the eightfold path based on the simple truth that to crave is to suffer. Meher Baba said, “Don’t worry, be happy.” What could be simpler?

5. Erase fear and your chief negative feature to live in gentleness and joy.
Attention and awareness are the chief tools for erasing fear. Fear is a by-product of the false personality and when you shift your identification away from the false personality and toward essence you automatically begin to dissolve fear.

All seven chief features — self-destruction, greed, self-deprecation, arrogance, martyrdom, impatience, and stubbornness are based on fears. A major life task each lifetime is to erase the neutralizing effect of the chief feature so that you can reach your goal. When you are realizing your life goal, whether it is acceptance or growth, you feel the joy of essence work. The experience of joy always leads to gentleness.

6. Truly experiencing surrender and therefore power and control.
This allows you to fully experience the physical plane as well as the truth, love, and beauty of the other planes.

As you can see, step six contains a paradox, calling on you to experience surrender while at the same time experiencing personal power. You need to be able to hold this contradiction at one and the same time in order to be in control.

In one sense, surrender means no longer resisting the events and experiences of the physical plane. Surrender does not mean giving up, but embracing essence-directed lessons and opportunities. When you stop resisting being in a body and the karma that accompanies it, you begin to rapidly accelerate your spiritual growth. As you accelerate you become more powerful because you learn to fear nothing.

Spiritual growth allows you to access the higher centers — higher intellectual, higher emotional, and higher moving. As you begin to open up to the higher centers you begin to experience the truth, love, and beauty of all the planes within the Tao.

7. Humility
This seventh step is the experience of completion after you have mastered the first six steps. The seventh step allows you to let go of attachment to that achievement and this neutrality is expressed as humility.

 

RAW Cleanse™The Ultimate Standard in Cleansing & Detoxification January 15, 2010

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RAW Cleanse™
The Ultimate Standard in Cleansing & Detoxification
For those looking for the ultimate cleanse experience, raw has always represented the standard. RAW Cleanse from Garden of Life features uncooked, untreated and unadulterated ingredients that are designed to support your body’s natural digestive and detoxification systems.†

Why Choose Garden of Life RAW Cleanse?
RAW Cleanse is a breakthrough in total digestive system cleansing, active in the entire digestive tract beginning in the mouth and ending with elimination. Designed as a fast-acting internal cleansing system that works in synergy with your body’s own detoxification system, RAW Cleanse is an easy-to-use, triple detox formula that defends, detoxifies and eliminates toxins from the body in only one week.†

RAW Cleanse features cutting-edge ingredients that are delivered to you RAW — the ultimate standard for quality. RAW Cleanse is ideal for anyone looking to experience extraordinary health and is suitable for those on vegan or vegetarian diets.

What’s Included in RAW Cleanse?
RAW Cleanse is a comprehensive, fast-acting, RAW cleanse program that provides full-body detoxification in only seven days and is as easy to use as 1-2-3.†

Step 1 – RAW Cleanse Toxin Defense – Optimal Oral Health and Immune System Support†
Toxin Defense is the first step in the RAW Cleanse experience, supporting optimal oral health and overall immune system function.† Toxin Defense contains a unique combination of oral and intestinal probiotics that work in the mouth to help inhibit harmful toxins from traveling further in the body.† This “point-of-entry” defense contributes to overall immune function and promotes microbial balance in the gastrointestinal tract for proper digestion and elimination.† The clinically studied intestinal probiotic contained in Toxin Defense helps to support healthy bowel function, elimination and a healthy gut-associated immune system.†

Step 2 – RAW Cleanse Organ Detox – Natural Detoxification of Organs and GI Tract †
Organ Detox is the second step in the RAW Cleanse experience, supporting normal removal of environmental toxins and pollutants from the body, as well as internally generated waste by-products.† Organ Detox is formulated with RAW milk thistle, RAW Food-Created glutathione, cysteine, glycine, glutamic acid, melon juice concentrate, a rich source of Superoxide Dismutase (SOD) and catalase, plus vitamin U. This antioxidant, enzyme and amino acid rich formula supports healthy liver biotransformation and excretion of environmental toxins (and their metabolites) normally introduced into the body in small amounts.†

Step 3 – RAW Cleanse Digestion & Elimination – Toxin Capture and Removal†
Digestion & Elimination is the third and final step in the RAW Cleanse experience, helping to catch and hold undesirable compounds in the digestive tract and facilitate final transport from the body.† Digestion & Elimination contains 800mg of RAW Food-Chelated magnesium to draw water into the colon for effective movement of intestinal bulk.† RAW organic flax and chia seed act as bulking fibers to absorb toxins and pollutants while RAW organic coconut flour lubricates and facilitates intestinal flow and creates a positive microbial balance in the body.†

RAW Cleanse is a gentle, seven-day cleanse that works first to support the health of the entire digestive tract, and then aids the liver in removing toxins. Finally, RAW Cleanse aids the digestive system in trapping the toxins transporting them out of the body.†

Finally, there is a cleanse formulation that meets the raw standard of excellence, and that’s Garden of Life RAW Cleanse.

 

Soaking and Sprouting Seeds, Nuts and Grains December 26, 2009

Filed under: Sprouting — diannerawgirl1 @ 4:43 am

Soaking and Sprouting Seeds, Nuts and Grains

Raw seeds, grains and nuts should be soaked before using. Raw nuts and seeds have enzyme inhibitors on their surface that protect them while they grow. Soaking releases the inhibitors and significantly boosts the nutrition and digestability of nuts and seeds. Your tummy will feel better after eating them soaked than after eating them unsoaked.

Some people like to add a little salt to the water before soaking to help speed up the process. After soaking, be sure to rinse seeds and nuts thoroughly with fresh pure water until it runs clear to remove the enzyme inhibitors that have been released into the water. It is also recommended to rinse soaking seeds and nuts 2-3 times during the soak.

After soaking, you can dehydrate at 105 degrees until the nuts/seeds are completely dry. Store in the refrigerator or freezer to keep them fresh. Use within 3 days.

The following chart gives a good guideline for soaking and sprouting times of the most common seeds, nuts and grains.

Soaking and Sprouting Chart
Seed, Nut or Grain Soak Time Sprout Time
Adzuki 12 hours 3-5 days
Alfalfa 8 hours 2-5 days
Almonds 8-12 hours 12 hours
Barley 6-8 hours 2 days
Brazil Nuts Do not soak N/A
Buckwheat 6 hours 2 days
Cabbage 4-6 hours 4-5 days
Cashews 2-2 ½ hours N/A
Chickpeas 12 hours 12 hours
Clover 4-6 hours 4-5 days
Corn 12 hours 2-3 days
Cow Peas 12 hours 3-6 days
Fenugreek 8 hours 3-5 days
Flax 8 hours N/A
Green Peas 12 hours 2-3 days
Hemp Seeds Do not soak N/A
Kamut 7 hours 2-3 days
Lentils 8 hours 12 hours
Macadamia Nuts Do not soak N/A
Millet 8 hours 2-3 days
Mung Beans 1 day 2-5 days
Mustard 8 hours 2-7 days
Nuts (all others) 6 hours N/A
Oat Groats 6 hours 2 days
Pecans 4-6 hours N/A
Pine Nuts Do not soak N/A
Pistachio Nuts Do not soak N/A
Pumpkin Seeds (hulled) 8 hours 1 day
Quinoa 2 hours 1 day
Radish 8 hours 2-4 days
Red Clover 8 hours 2-5 days
Rye 8 hours 3 days
Sesame Seeds 8 hours 1-2 days
Spelt 7 hours 2 days
Sunflower Seeds (hulled) 2 hours 2-3 days
Triticale 12 hours 2-3 days
Walnuts 4 hours N/A
Watercress 4-6 hours 4-5 days
Wheatberries 7 hours 2-2½ days
Wild rice 9 hours 3-5 days
*Almonds are the only nuts that can easily sprout and are in their most nutritious state when they are sprouted.

 

10 important things you need to know before Juicing September 20, 2009

Filed under: Detoxification,Fruits,Health,Juicing,Organic Raw Healing,Toxins — diannerawgirl1 @ 5:35 pm

Lesson # 1: Important—Your current health
Fruit juice causes a rapid rise in blood sugar. In a normally healthy person, fresh fruit juicing would not pose a problem as the sugars in fruits are easily assimilated and digested. But, if you are suffering from candidiasis or are prone to suffer from thrush, please refrain from consuming fruit juices. Opt for vegetable juice instead.

Or, if you suspect that you may have a yeast infection in the digestive tract, check with your doctor before you embark on a fruit juicing diet. This advice also applies to those with low blood sugar level (hypoglycemia) or are diabetic.

Lesson # 2: What to expect when you improve your diet
When you start consuming superior quality foods (fresh fruits and vegetables that are nutrient-rich), your body gets to work by ridding the inferior material and tissues to make room for the superior materials to make new and healthier tissues.

For example, when you stop taking your daily stimulant “fix” such as coffee, tea, chocolate, or the like, headaches or migraines may occur. This happens when your intelligent body discards toxins like caffeine or theobromine from your tissues and transporting them in your bloodstream.

As these toxins travel on its way to their final destination for elimination, these irritants register as pain. It could be a headache, or a joint pain, or weakening of a limb, etc.

Another letdown that can occur in your body during this time—when you choose superior quality over inferior quality food—could be a slower heart action which your mind may translate as lethargy, or a decrease in energy.

When you encounter these symptoms, do not give up. Your body is going through a regeneration process, which on average may take about seven days to a couple of weeks, depending on the toxicity level in your body. Take this period to rest, as your body recuperates and prepares for better health ahead.

Be persistent and wait out this period. When these symptoms happen, know that your choice to improve your diet is the right thing to do, and that a renewing is happening within you.

Your success starts here, as you understand the process, knowing that you are on the way to a healthier and new you.

Lesson # 3: When to drink your fresh juices

The best time to drink your fresh juices is on an empty stomach—at least half an hour before a meal. This is when your stomach hungers for food and would pounce on anything you consume.

When you drink a nutritious healthy fresh juice, your body quickly absorbs all that you consume, wasting nothing. Likewise, when you eat something harmful on an empty stomach, it would all be as quickly absorbed. So choose wisely.

You may have been told not to eat a citrus fruit or drink its juice on an empty stomach in the morning, because of its acidicity. I suggest you try a little bit and see if it does give you any problem. But I can assure you that once your stomach is conditioned to drinking fruit and vegetable juices, you should not encounter any problem taking citrus juices. In fact, I feel that the optimum absorption of the vitamin C does wonders to my skin!

As a general rule, drink fruit juices mostly in the morning, or at the start of your day as it provides the complex carbohydrates to fuel energy, or at least two-three hours before you go to bed, depending on your body metabolism.

Lesson # 4: What to juice

If you are new to juicing, try to start with the fruits you enjoy eating. This way, your body would already be familiar with its pleasant taste.

Step 1: Start with the more common fruits first which are easier on your stomach, like apples, oranges or watermelons.

Step 2: After juicing these fruits a few times, and you feel ready to add something new to your menu, try adding carrot juice, celery, cucumber or beet.

I like to juice one carrot, one apple,stalks of celery and one orange altogether. These have all the best ingredients that when combined, provide a synergy of the nutrients which are powerful in keeping me in my peak. And they taste delicious.

I try to add at least one or two medium-sized beet root per week in my juicing diet. Beet roots are both powerful cleansers and builders of the blood and kidney, therefore, its consumption should be limited.

Once you are familiar with fruit juicing, you may feel ready to move on to vegetable juicing. Vegetable juices may not be palatable to some people in the beginning and takes some time to get used to, but their health properties are immense.

Step 3: The greener the vegetables, the more nutritionally valuable they are, and less palatable. When you think you are ready for green vegetables, you may add lettuce, spinach, endive and cabbage for a start.

Step 4: You are well on your way when you have achieved Steps 1, 2 and 3 above. You may now start to experiment with all other kinds of fruits and vegetables. But first, check out the list of fruits/vegetables and their health benefits; then try out the combination recipes.

Lesson # 5: Rotate fruit/vegetable juices intake for best results

To maintain and promote optimum health, our bodies need adequate amounts of the following:

•Essential amino acids

•Vitamins

•Minerals

•Enzymes

•Essential fatty acids

•Carbohydrates

•Fiber

•Water

We need all these sufficiently, constantly, and variedly in order to help accelerate and enhance the process of restoring nutrients to your nutrient-starved tissues.

When we regularly eat a mixed-variety of these fruits and vegetables, the vitamins, minerals, enzymes and all the abundance of health-building elements from these juices work together in a synergy. The results of these combinations on your health can be simply amazing!

While we may not get all the above-mentioned essentials from fruits/vegetables alone, there are some other healing foods that you may add to your dietary to ensure balance.

Some suggestions of other healing foods that you can add to your dietary:

•Chlorella and spirulina: Fruits and vegetables contain very little or no vitamin B. You may add chlorella and/or spirulina in tablet/powder form as a supplement. These two algae have very high content of vitamin B.

•Seeds and nuts: Many seeds and nuts contain protein and fat that is needed to fuel the body. They also contain important amino acids for the brain and the immune system. These can be eaten as they are, or ground and blended with your juices.

Lesson # 6: How safe are fruit juices?

The concerns I am going to mention below are not major concerns. We have come this far and understand that the abundant health benefits of fruits far outweigh these little-understood issues.

A common nagging question for most people who want to start a juicing lifestyle is, “how safe is it to drink fruit juices?” I’ve been there too, so I can understand these concerns.

Concern 1: The sugar

Of course, if you don’t fall into the category of those suffering the conditions I mentioned in Lesson # 1 above, there is simply no need for you to avoid fruit juices.

The natural sugar in fruits can be easily assimilated and digested, unlike table sugar which is totally harmful to the body. They generally have low glycemic index (GI), which means that it doesn’t make the glucose level in the blood rise as fast and as high as a high GI food.

However, only when drinking some very sweet fruit juices do I suggest you dilute them with water. When giving any fruit juice to young children, always dilute them with water. For very young kids, do not give more than half an apple as apples has some natural laxative effect that too much may cause diarrhea.

Examples of very sweet fruits are like pineapple, grapes and mangoes. For these, dilute them according to taste.
Concern 2: The pesticides

We know that commercially-grown fruits and vegetables are sprayed with pesticides and other chemicals. This is not something that we can avoid, as not all of us are blessed with easy access to organic or pesticide-free produce.

One very effective way I’ve found to remove these toxins from fruits and vegetables is to soak them in clean water with a mixture of a small capful of apple cider vinegar.

Vegetables tend to catch more of the pesticides. When preparing them, tear (not cut) them up from their bunch and soak them in this solution. In place of apple cider vinegar, you may use normal cooking vinegar and add some salt.

Soak it for about 10 minutes and you will start to notice the water smell. This means the pesticide has come off. Rinse the vegetables a couple more times and it’s ready for juicing. Do the same thing for fruits.

Fruits and vegetables are already fully equipped with antioxidants and are super blood cleansers. Should the little toxins somehow find their way into your body, the amount of goodness from the juices will easily cancel out the toxins that are consumed at the same time.
Concern 3: The wax

What about the wax on fruits, like apples? Again, no concern here, really.

The thin layer of wax used on fruits is applied to contain its moisture, prevent it from shriveling and weight loss, therefore, improving its storage life. The wax used on fruits are non-petroleum based, natural and edible.

In most fruits, nutrients are most concentrated just under the skin. So, if you peel the skin off, you lose all those precious goodness. Some people, however, would prefer to just peel off the skin and recover the precious goodness by eating more fruits.

The decision is up to you, but in this case, neither option is harmful.

Lesson # 7: What about the pulp?

The pulp, or the fiber, is also known as roughage or bulk. These are the parts of the fruits/vegetables that your juicer retain behind when it separates the juices from the plant foods.

There are two categories of fiber – soluble and insoluble fiber. Your body needs both of these. When consumed, these fibers do not get digested but passes through your digestive system unchanged. On its way to being eliminated from your body, it adds bulk to your stool and soften it, preventing constipation.

Depending on what I’m juicing, I sometimes add the pulp back to the juice for its fiber. It may take a slightly longer time for digestion but it is also very healthy. A high-fiber diet may lower your risk of hemorrhoids, irritable bowel syndrome and diverticular disease (formation of small pouches in the colon).

The soluble fiber has been known to lower blood cholesterol levels and slow the absorption of sugar, reducing the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.

So, where possible, add the pulp back to your juice for these added health benefits.

Lesson # 8: Listen to your body

Juicing should be a pleasant experience. The juices should taste pleasant and not nauseating. I can’t emphasize enough, the importance of listening to your body.

After drinking juices, your stomach should be calm the whole day long, not churning and growling and leaving you with a queasy feeling. If this happens, your body is telling you that you have probably consumed something which your stomach is not accustomed to. You can condition your stomach by taking the same thing in smaller amounts in the future, and slowly increasing the amount.

When you start noticing pains and aches with your new juicing dietary, do not stop juicing. Read Lesson # 2 again and understand what your body is doing.

Lesson # 9: Drink your juices right away

With good juicing equipment, preparation of fruits, cutting them up, juicing and washing up should take only about 15 minutes (not including the fruits “de-pesticide” soaking time).

Once juiced, juices do not keep as long as its natural whole form. When it gets exposed to the air, it starts to lose its nutrient rapidly and quickly spoil, so must be consumed almost immediately after being juiced.

If you must juice and keep it for ‘later’, you can do so by carefully keeping the juice in a thermos flask, or an air-tight glass jar. Fill the juice to the brim, leaving very little space for air as the oxygen in the air can oxidize the juice.

If using a glass jar, wrap the glass jar in aluminum foil to block out the light, and store it in the refrigerator for no more than 24 hours. Light destroys enzymes. Take the juice out 30 minutes before drinking as it’s best to drink your juices at room temperature.

Lesson # 10: Clean your juicer properly.

One of the more important factors when you choose a juicer, is that it must be easy to assemble, dismantle and clean. If it takes you 10 minutes to juice and another 15 minutes to clean up, you will not enjoy juicing. My juicer, The Champion, takes under 5 minutes to wash, and I simply love it.

Fruits/vegetables residue left behind on your juicer can easily contaminate with mold growth. To prevent this microbial proliferation, clean your juicer as soon as you can, after use.

To clean, dismantle the juicer parts and rinse it under running tap water. When you juice citrus fruits, the juicer tend to have a slight oily feeling. Simply clean this with a mild detergent solution. Rinse well.

 

How many people can stick with Juicing over eating RAW FOOD? August 30, 2009

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Man ,for the life of me I try to stick with juicing ,so what I decided was I am going to plan my meals ,drinks whatever I want to call it.I am back to exercise ,I see my fat shrinking.I feel awesome,but my juicing is great all day until dinner time.Mind you dinner has always been my favorite meal to eat.So,I need to keep juice made in advance by just that day (making in advance a few hours)I am working on that.My plan is when I get back to exercise,I will have my drink already waiting for me.
I am getting addicted to exercise and I can’t belive I am actually saying that with my own mouth.I spend 1.5 hours working out 4-6 days a week.I am actually slow jogging on the elliptical.its not too long ,but I am doing it.What helps me alot is watching “THE BIGGEST LOSER”.That show starts in a few weeks Sept 15th or so.Well so long for today.Have a good one.Its Sunday and hubby and I are going for a bicycle ride……You sweat at our age😉.

 

Day 1~Monday July 27th of my 30 Day Juicefeast July 28, 2009

Filed under: Detoxification,Juicing — diannerawgirl1 @ 4:14 am
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I know many of you out there may have done a juice feast before,and this will be my first one.I am going to do GREEN JUICES over fruit juicing more often then not.I have several recipes and I also have a recipe book from a local Seattle woman (Cherie Calbom) to keep me on my path. I am ready for this and love all the fruits and vegis available right now with the season.
Since I started eating raw Foods in Oct of 2008 and I feel great and a grown on my breast crusted off and that was enough convincing for me that the body can heal itself when eating whole fruits,vegis,nuts,seeds,and seaweeds. I have done 2 Master Cleanse’s,I decided that since I met Cheri several months ago in Seattle,and went to a Raw food potluck at ther home,I decided it was time to try Juicefeasting GREEN JUICES over fruit juice.I best say it this way I plan on juicing more greens like spinich ,kale and vegis over juicing fruits.I will make fruit juicing ,but keep my protein up with the greens. Than in my group with Penni S. I felt it was a must to do the juicing .I have great recipes so why not.I have 40 more lbs to lose and I am sick of rotating the same 40 lbs.Its time to shed the lbs for good.I feel juicing will help me on my quest for success.Maybe not all 40 lbs but I am sure some will leave me for food….The weight that is🙂

 

Thanks To Lowanna June 30, 2009

Filed under: Raw Food — diannerawgirl1 @ 8:16 pm

OMG I have a nice gift all the way from Australia…..Love all my DVD’s Hun…….It was a total surprise.I am loving all of them and think of you as I listen.Huge Hug girly and Andrew~