This meal gives a fantastic amount of nourishment and protein to the body.
The food is mixed together allowing the vitamins to easily be digested.
Buckwheat 50% Minerals, antioxidants, gluten free Hemp seeds 30% High in Protein, all nine essential amino acids Chia seeds 10% Fiber, protein, omega-3 fatty acids, various micro nutrients antioxidants Flax seeds crushed 10% Omega 3 fatty acids antioxidants, minerals, essential vitamins Berries bio qty hand full Antioxidants, dried & fresh, lowers blood pressure Banana one – Energy, vitamins, minerals, carbohydrate Hazel Nuts hand full – Health promoting bacteria Oat Milk 1/2ltr – Find Alternative to cows milk, lactose free, low in fat, high in protein.
With an Electric Hand Mixer and suitable container mix in to a fluid mixture and serve.
You may not like curry but fundamentally we are looking at fresh bio vegetables lightly cooked and served with either rice, quinoa, millet
Do not re heat in the microwave as microwaves may not be good for you. ( do microwaves kill vitamins ? )
Make enough so you can top up when hungry
Vegetable Curry- any vegetable of organic quality
Carrots Broccoli Onion Beans Olive oil coconut oil Garlic Tomato or Coconut base Turmeric powder Oregano Basil
Heat 3 tbsp olive oil in a large pan. Add the onions and cook until soft and golden, about 10 minutes. Add the garlic and chili and cook for 3 minutes, then stir in 2 tbsp of the curry powder and turmeric and keep stirring until you start to smell the spices.
Add the organic tomato sauce and stock and bring to a simmer. Drop in the carrots , cook for 4-5 minutes, then add the broccoli and cook for 3-4 minutes. Add the beans and cook until just tender.
Just like to say, I am very proud of my herb garden.
I bought some herbs in pots from the local supermarket, dug them into the garden, covered them with clear plastic boxes, and they all seam to grow ! Under one box I have planted loads of baby carrots .
Salads taste great with Coriander, Chives, Parsley.
Curry’s taste great with: turmeric, Coriander, Cumin and Ground Ginger
My Daily Drink has Turmeric, Ginger and Lemon
The healing power of herbs
Herbs with anti-cancer properties: Onions, rosemary, sage, thyme, chamomile, dandelion, ginkgo, green tea, thistle.
To ease digestion: Thyme, rosemary, oregano, mint.
To help prevent tumors: Caraway, spearmint, dill, coriander, lavender, rosemary, sage, thyme, lemongrass. chamomile, basil, rosemary, mint, cardamom, celery seed, fennel and peppermint.
As natural antiseptics: Thyme, sage, rosemary and bay leaves
To boost the immune system: Onions, rosemary, sage, thyme, chamomile, dandelion, ginkgo. green tea and milk thistle
To promote heart health: garlic, green tea
Reduce cholesterol: rosehip tea Herbs which may heal: Chamomile for insomnia; dill or peppermint for indigestion. elderflower for relief from a cold; lemon balm for tension and headaches; rosemary to improve concentration and bad breath.
Dandelion Root: You can add it in to the Juice. For centuries, they’ve been used to treat a myriad of physical ailments, including cancer, acne, liver disease and digestive disorders.
Meat eating animals have a SHORT digestive track and eat raw fresh meat.
A human has a LONG digestive track similar to a vegetarian animal.
Unfortunately, when meat is cooked the nutrient value is reduced drastically, It then clogs up the digestive system for several days, which means by eating protean rich alternatives to cooked meat which digest quickly, you could increase your nutrient intake drastically, potentially you could eat 3, 4, 5, veggie protean meals, in the time it takes to digest 1 meat meal.
Why I think we should not eat Fish:
Unfortunately the sea is full of man made materials and the poor fish spend their lives swimming around and eating pollution.
Why I think we should not eat Farmed Animals:
Farmed Animals including cows pigs chickens fish etc. are full of Antibiotics. If you have broken your immunity by modern living, the last thing you need is more chemicals!