Saturday, January 8, 2011

#35 Smoothie Recipes & cookies

1/2 fresh Mango, peeled
1 orange peeled
1 apple cut in small pieces
1 cup pumpkin cut into small pieces
1 small six-inch zucchini sliced thinly
1 large handful of swiss chard or spinach
Wiz with the blender, its fast and easy for quick get aways in the morning.

Good-quality Mangoes will yield slightly to gentle pressure when ripe. The coloring will be deep red and/or rich yellow with only a blush of green at the most. If you’re in a hurry, you can ripen a mango in a sealed plastic bag with ripe bananas on top of the refrigerator.

Here is an easy way to cut up a mango. The pit of the mango goes the entire length and width of the fruit, and it is very skinny. With the peel on, make two cuts, dividing the mango into thirds. You will have the right third, the middle third that has the seed, and the left third. Cut the majority of the meat away from the pit, by sliding the knife right along the flat side of the seed. Toss the seed. Then score the cut side of the pulp with a knife in a criss-cross pattern, being careful not to cut all the way through the skin. Now simply push the fruit from the skin, turning the fruit inside out.

Revered not only for their exotic sweetness and for juicy quality, mangoes are known for their many health blessings. They contain an enzyme similar to papain in papayas, a soothing digestive aid. Mango’s proteolysis enzymes break down proteins, and are effective meat tenderizers. Mangos from India are used as blood builders. Because of their high iron content, and are often suggested for treatment of anemia.
Don’t Get Sick America
That is the cry throughout this book. If our diseases don’t kill us, the hospital, the antibiotic resistant infections, or the hospital charges $$$ will. Folks you have got to switch over to survival mode. Let’s take charge of our lives. Smoky the Bear doesn’t have to be out there putting out forest fires, you do. Let’s just choose to stop the runaway chronic killer diseases that are all caused by poor diet. You know what Ben Franklin said, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Now the Ball is in you Court, You have tried one of the smoothies ?
Are you still eating the sweet, carb breakfasts?

In the blender put
1 cup Strawberries cleaned and removed their leaves
1/2 banana
1/4 cup blue berries
1 apple with the peel chopped up
1 good handful of washed spinach or 1 leaf of kale
1 stick of rhubarb -- do this if you have it in your garden, otherwise leave it out
Whiz this real good in the blender on high, now slow down the blender and add
1 T. whey protein powder or a raw egg 
whiz for just a 15 sec as not to denature or distroy the protein in the egg
This will take you about 4 minutes. There is 224 calories, 55 carbs, 117 mg of Vitamin C. and 12 grams of fiber.

Berries are rich in polyshenol which are powerful fights against risk of cardiovascular disease and high in phytonutients. A recent study documented that participants who consumed a couple servings of berries each day for two months, had a favorable changes in platelet function and a decrease in blood pressure. They had a 5.2 percent increase in levels of HDL cholesterol. The non-berry eaters had a rise in their HDL of 0.6 % in HDL on the exact same diet.

Juices Are More Powerful Than Drugs?

Run everything through the Champion juicer and toss the pulp.
1 six-inch broccoli spear
2 apples
4 carrots
2 cups pumpkin chunks
1/8 head of purple cabbage
1 six-inch zucchini
Pour into 20 oz tumbler and add one egg and quickly wiz him gently with the juice. (*Or 1/2 c. walnuts soaked overnight and wiz with ½ water.)

Chocolate Orange Vibration Bites
This little dessert is a great healthy one. It has beneficial fats, vitamins B and C antioxidants, protein, slow release carbohydrates, fiber, potassium, phosphorus, calcium, sulfur, selenium, magnesium, iron, zinc, copper and manganese. On top of being healthy it just tastes great.

Soak 1 1/2 c raw cashews from 4 to 8 hours in water to cover
Zest 3 oranges or tangerine using the small holes of a box grater. You should have about 3 Tablespoons
Next juice 3 medium oranges or tangerines ( you can use your Champion Juicer)
1/4 teaspoon cayenne
1/4 teaspooon cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon orange extract or several drops essential oil
Put all of the above in the blender and pulse.
Remove to a big bowl and with your hands add
1 1/4 c raw oat flakes
1/2 c cocoa
1/4 c raw honey or raw agave
The dough will be moist and sticky.
Oil your hands with coconut oil
Roll dough into flat 1/2 dollar size disks about 1/2 in thick
Dehydrate 105 degrees for 15 hrs
Let cool 30 minutes before freezing
this will make 24 Let sit 24 hrs before eating for best flavors
I store these in the freezor so I don't eat them all at once.

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