Green juice to calm the nerves and rebuild anything you broke down, with absorbable amino-acids(the building blocks of life), green juice will also ground you (by calming the nerves), if it cant be broken down into a liquid and absorbed, your body cannot assimilate and utilize it... this is common sense but common sense has been removed from the equation and we have been fed mathematics, history and anthropology instead of learning how to return to the god state(needing nothing), how can a body absorb something that it cant turn to a liquid? And you know its not turning to a liquid because your shits come out as logs and they are constipating everyone that is out of tune with their natural predisposition. I did yoga 4 times today, and i will probably 2 more times, because its a #NewMoon#Night and its time to form new habits, gain new knowledge and leave the dysfunction behind. Be patient with yourself, and most of all, accept yourself where you are at today, and do something today to help you tomorrow. But dont live for tomorrow, or yesterday. Right now is all we need. #Fruitarian#RawVegan#801010#rawfood#love#light#juice#greenjuice#dandelion#apple#habanero#cucumber#lemon#raw#plantbased
The most satisfying salad I’ve had in my life is 4 ingredients & mostly fruit. 🍅🥒🌶 Grape tomatoes, sweet mini bell peppers & cucumber wrapped in iceberg lettuce leaf ‘cups’. (Iceberg lettuce is so sweet, I love it!) 🥗
2 of the many reasons 'more' is not 'better':
1) With a great quality food, you’ll want to eat it ALL by itself, as a monomeal, so that nothing distracts from the experience. We’ve created a food culture based on ‘more ingredients’ & ‘more processing’ because our produce is simply not grown for quality, but for profit. So it requires ‘more’ just to appeal to the senses.
2) We should not want ‘more nutrients’, we should want exactly the nutrition our body needs. Darker greens certainly have a higher density of certain nutrients than iceberg lettuce. But we also know about vitamin toxicity & built up mineral deposits in our bodies. Some dark greens like cruciferous veggies also bring along compounds that can interfere with our digestive system. Best case scenario, if the body gets excess nutrients it will absorb only what it needs & excrete the rest, so all those ‘extra nutrients’ do nothing for you.
My body clearly stopped craving dark greens almost a year ago, and I trust that my body is clean enough to now be sending me all the right signals. Iceberg lettuce tastes sweet, non-bitter, digests better than any other vegetable for me, and still provides fats (rich in omega 3), complete protein, and almost every essential vitamin & mineral. Nutritious indeed!