Here’s another awesome interview I had with David Favor (creator of Chocolate Bliss and all-around wise raw superfood being).
In addressing the scenario of a specific client’s health concerns we talked extensively about the real issues behind high blood pressure, the truth about caffeine, and how one might go about getting off of medications and more onto raw superfoods.
We also talk about a Neti Pot for sinus maintenance.
I haven’t tried this yet since my sinuses have cleared simply from eating raw superfoods like Chocolate Bliss and plenty of Primal Digest Enzymes whenever I have any sinus inflammation occur. If you have chronic sinus infections, try the sinuplasty and let me know how it goes for you.
I had the pleasure of another round of Skype interviews with David Favor, creator of the SunFire Super Foods line or densely nutritious products we distribute and eat daily. This time we’re talking about the stages of radiation impacts on our bodies and how to use superfoods to prevent such disruptions.
Now that raw food is entering more and more of mainstream consciousness, we’re seeing people dissing raw food or parts of a raw food diet. It’s almost like there’s a round-robin in the media using the fear and panic of“Is [insert food] bad for you?”
At this point, I’m not even going to go into detail about why raw cacao IS good for you (but go ahead and check out some of the info we have about the quality of the raw cacao we carry and how helpful the cacao is in the Chocolate Bliss Super Food mix).
Right now I want to talk about how to manage the media frenzies that are bound to come up (and also any other advice or opinions you’re likely to hear from your friends, family, neighbors, doctors, government, etc).
I believe that there are lots of great approaches to life and to food and to health. How do you know what’s best for you and your body in this moment of time given your current status and requirements? Experiment. Follow your inner guidance (that gut feeling) of what to try out because it sounds good to you. Then pay attention to how you feel. If you feel good or even better, keep doing that “experiment” until something changes. Read the rest of this entry »