Saturday, March 31, 2012

Stoves, burners, microwaves, ovens, in reality could survive without them, and even be better nourished, save cooking time and simplify your life!!

A friend of mine had her kitchen remodeled and during the period of time the construction went on, she HAD to rely on restaurants and she was not happy about it because you never know what goes on on restaurant kitchens and what ingredients they use and you will nevcr know. In reality, the healthiest, the most nutritious and the easiest are the simple, live food, real food with minimum processing and even not cooking at all. You only need water. With SPROUTS, FRESH RAW VEGETABLES, SALADS and FRESH FRUIT, you are all set, you heal faster and you give your body the elements for cleansing, detoxifying and nourishing. Here is how:

SPROUTS: The level of nutrients, enzymes ans antioxidants is 3 times more in a sprout than in a non sprout seed. You can sprout at home almost anything: seeds, legumes, grains. For example, seeds (sesame seeds are loaded with calcium, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, nuts, vegetable seeds (alfalfa, radish, onions, etc), grains (brown rice, amaranth, quinoa, buckwheat, millet, barley, wheat, kamut, spelt, rye, etc.), legumes (all kinds of beans, lentils, garbanzos, etc.)

VEGETABLES: Fresh, preferably organic, ann inmensse cornucopia display of different colors, shape and forms of vegetables that could be creatively prepared (raw) and combine interesting flavors for salad dressings with  no oil, just lemon juice, orange juice, nuts, raisins, hot pepper flakes, incredible combination of sweet and sour!. It works great specially for dark green leafy vegetables (swisschard, spinach, collard greens, mustard greens, broccoli and cauliflower leaves, kale, etc).

FRUITS: All the fruits are great and they should be eaten freely and they work excellent in snacks.

See? no need for cooking, you just need WATER, Jason jars (for sprouting) and a good disposition to eat as healthy as you can possibly eat.

To your health!


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