The Original Pizza Recipe was Delicious but Flawed
Pizza is an Italian specialty dish that has spread across the globe in a million variations. In some cases, the only resemblance to the original is its characteristic disk shape. Millions have invented “new” versions of pizza, usually by adding ingredients. Sadly, few have had the courage (or the knowledge) to address the two major problems with the original Neapolitan recipe. Continue reading “Redefining Pizza, from Addictive Drug to Superfood”
Here is my deliciously-satisfying recipe for Raw Vegan Pizza. You can eat as much as you want of this dish without worrying about the horrific health consequences of eating traditional pizza. Continue reading “Delicious Raw Vegan Pizza Recipe”
The Protein Myth
One of the greatest modern myths is that, since your muscles are made of protein, then eating protein must be good for you. Another way of saying this is that if you want to have strong muscles, then you should eat muscles. Some cultures also believe that eating animal feet is good for your feet, eating heart is good for your heart, eating brain is good for your brain, and so on. Continue reading “Truth and Lies About Protein”
I am delighted to share the following raw vegan video recipe with you. Kristina has out-done herself again in creating her own fully raw version of a very popular Latin American dish: ceviche. Continue reading “Raw Vegan Coconut Ceviche Recipe”
The way that Kristina Carrillo-Bucaram transformed her life and her health is truly inspiring. At sixteen she was pre-diabetic with hyperglycemia. By eighteen, she suffered awful migraines, insomnia, depression, nausea, constipation, hair loss, skin problems, lack of confidence and her blood sugar issues remained. Continue reading “Raw vegan food can eliminate migraines and transform your health completely”
Bell peppers contain a very broad range of antioxidants including vitamin E and manganese, as well as twice the amount of vitamin C of a typical orange. Bell peppers also include these phytonutrients: Flavonoids: luteolin, quercetin, hesperidin; Carotenoids: alpha-carotene, beta-carotene, cryptoxanthin, lutein, zeaxanthin; Hydroxycinnamic Acids: ferulic acid, cinnamic acid. (Source: World’s Healthiest Foods)
Dragonfruits contain polyphenols and a variety of healthful fatty acids including Linolenic acid, Linoleic acid, Palmitoleic acid, Stearic acid and Myristic acid.
Bananas have plenty of vitamin B6 and soluble fiber, plus vitamin C, manganese, potassium and the amino acid tyrosine, a dopamine precursor.