Monday, February 9, 2009

First Week is Over!

In addition to breakfast, lunch, and dinner, I drink a green juice every day. I change the ingredients but some are always present: wheatgrass, celery, fennel, lemon peel, kale or chard, and parsley. I combine wheatgrass with a little bit of celery to help it move through the juicer and drink it separately from the main green juice.
Snack: I rotate the nuts: soaked almonds, pine nuts, macadamia nuts, hemp seeds, soaked sunflower seeds, and pumpkin seed butter.

Thursday, February 5, 2009

Day 3

Dinner:
“Mashed potatoes”:
Zucchini, turnip, cauliflower, baby greens, pine nuts and lemon juice.
Everything is mixed in a food processor.

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Day 2

Lunch:
Salad:
½ small cabbage
1 jicama
Bunch of cilantro
Lemon juice
Olive oil

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Day 1

Breakfast:
1 big cucumber
1 avocado
Celery
Sunflower sprouts
Cilantro
Lemon juice
Is it soup or is it smoothie? It is not salty (I don’t use salt at all). It has lemony flavor, it is very filling and delicious. It replaced my morning fruit/green smoothies.

Thursday, January 29, 2009

New Year - New Challenge

I don't know about you but I like to challenge myself. I'd like to see just how great my health can be. On February 1st, I am starting Phase 1 of the Rainbow Green Cuisine. You may find the full description of the program in Gabriel Cousens’ book Rainbow Green Live Food Cuisine. I don't know if it will be hard or easy for me. I already eat 100% live food but Phase 1 (that will last 3 months) does not allow any type of fruit except tomatoes, cucumber, red bell pepper, lemon and lime. Wish me good luck!

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