David Favor & Melissa Cantrelle share their insights about using raw foods and other healthy habits for managing symptoms and situations related to diabetes, cancer and the stresses and time constraints of the corporate work world.
These excerpts were taken from a Loving Superfoods dinner event. To learn more about raw superfoods and get customized support for your own health journey, please visit http://LovingSuperfoods.com/coaching.html
Here’s Melissa showing how to make our Creamy Chia Pudding recipe (Upgraded Chia Pudding!) and sharing tips for making the smoothest chia gel and using chia pudding for breakfast, during a cleanse, and with added superfoods.
At this Loving Superfoods dinner event, David shares his story of how he damaged his health at age 2 by drinking gasoline, launching his search for high quality foods for healing his own body system. Hear his simple guidelines for determining if you are well-nourished from your food and how to decode your cravings.
We’ve tried making popsicles out of Chocolate Bliss, however it settles so quickly in the popsicle mold, that it doesn’t turn out right from a straight pour.
To make popsicles you need to add some more fiber and fat to the Chocolate Bliss to keep it from settling. We’ve found this works best by blending the standard Chocolate Bliss recipe with some cashews or avocado.
A ratio of about 2 parts liquid Chocolate Bliss to 1 part cashews or avocado works well for the popsicle structure and makes the flavor a little more milk-chocolatey.
Chocolate Bliss Slushy
If you prefer a stronger chocolate taste, we recommend you put a mason jar of Chocolate Bliss in the freezer for about 2-3 hours and shake before drinking it (or spooning it out of the jar). This frozen version of bliss tastes like a fudgesicle in slushy form.
How do you create a balance of nutrition, performance, energy and perfect health by eating raw foods? David Favor shares his criteria for determining and maintaining balance at this Loving Superfoods Dinner event, including tips about protein, enzymes, alkalinity and inflammation.