This vibrant dressing is reminiscent of a good Caesar without the anchovies. Pure decadence whipped into a rich, creamy texture to soothe the soul. This is a great way to spice things up when you are on a healing protocol like The Body Ecology Diet (B.E.D.); the trick is always in the condiments 😉
I created this recipe for a Kentucky Derby event I catered awhile back for a client who was practicing a way of eating, called The Body Ecology Diet (B.E.D). There were going to be many people at this event and my client asked me to make a dessert that everyone could enjoy; including her.
I set about the task of creating this recipe …. a chocolate torte with a touch of orange …. and one that would be delicious for all while still being B.E.D.-friendly. Excellent, one of my favorite things to do!
Though I do not offer this service, my colleague Michelle Broaddus is a Maya Masseuse Therapist in Montpelier, VT. You can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org. Michelle has experience helping women become pregnant, have a healthy pregnancy, and in the postpartum to align the uterus.
Regular Maya Abdominal Therapy supports women during the childbearing years and beyond by relieving common discomforts, such as menstrual pain, fertility challenges, heartburn, bloating, “turning babies”. More benefits here.
Maya Therapy can be a part of every woman’s healing protocol before, during and after giving birth (once the womb has completely healed). Maya Massage ensures the uterus is in
When this soaking step is skipped, then inhibitors inside the nuts and seeds can prevent your gut from absorbing nutrients in this otherwise nutrient-rich food. These inhibitors can weaken digestion, steal nutrients from you, and cause food sensitivities. If you already struggle with poor digestion or a health condition like osteoporosis then you’ll want to do all you can to keep your gut strong.
The most efficient way to minimize these harmful enzyme inhibitors and toxins is to make your own nuts and seeds with the recipe below.