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A Word on Veganism 

(Veganism – No Meat and Fish, No Animal Products of any kind like Eggs and Dairy)

WHY do I eat vegan on certain days?

1. I want to eat vegan sometimes, why not?

2. I respect and try to honor in this way my culture’s tradition. Veganism is one traditional way of becoming more self-aware in many world cultures. Anybody can use that, me, too.

Beyond the spiritual effects of this diet, people who practice INTERMITTENT veganism testify that it is also a healthy habit. Those who followed the suggested 6 weeks of proper veganism, the magic 42 days of reset and purification, felt their health status improving. Moreover, the intermittent veganism in this particular form was tested for thousands of years in the culture I grew up in, it passed the test of time, it is perfectly safe. That puts down my doctor’s arguments and fear for nutrients imbalance.

On a personal note I also witnessed this practice in my family throughout the years. It is working. Those who practiced intermittent veganism in my family lived longer and enjoyed a better life quality, against the odds.

3. Some of the medical research I came across revealed that it may have health benefits. “Can lifestyle changes reverse coronary heart disease? The Lifestyle Heart Trial”.

4. I get to eat yummy things that I wouldn’t eat otherwise and makes me appreciate better the food, the days, all things in my life. It is the perfect way to learn and practice gratitude and is one of the paths to self-awareness.

Then WHY NOT eat Intermittently Vegan? Continue reading A Word on Veganism 

Sprouts – Live Food 

Sprouts – the beginning of a new life, one can only witness in wonder their tremendous energy and wish some of it will pass into our inner being when eating it. If you try it you might feel it, I gratefully do.

As satisfying to eat as it is easy to sprout, this is a simple, light dish that makes me happy to sprout, cook and share with you. Continue reading Sprouts – Live Food 

Food Decalogue

1. Know what you Need and Know what you Eat.
2. Eat Herbs and Spices with your meals.
3. Eat Fermented Food.
4. Respect your Native Cuisine & Background. Re-discover, re-integrate lost traditional practices.
5. Eat Raw Food and Cook Simply.
6. Food is for the Body and the Mind. Invite The Mind to join. Chew well.
7. Eat at the Right Time, the Right Food.
8. Eat Seasonally and every few days Alternate the ingredients in your meals.
9. Listen to your Body.
10. Be Grateful for your food.

Stay away from sugar.
Stay away from fried oil foods.
Stay away from refined foods.

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“What you eat is what you are.”

I say, what you eat is what you think.
You think better when you know.
Walk with me.

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