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2 Delicate Micro-green Salads Plus Creamy Green Dressing

MICRO-GREENS! I’m not sure if it’s because Spring is just around the corner, or because each day brings more sunlight, but lately I just cannot get enough micro-greens. Last week I was having guests over and I decided to create some fancy side salads using micro-greens. Both of these salads are loaded with tasty superfoods, easy to build, and will certainly wow your guests!

To make the salad on the left, I used individual serving dishes. I started by making beds of shaved rainbow carrots, and topped them with a smidge of micro-greens. I […]

Why You Should be Drinking Aloe Water

Aloe has long been known for its amazing benefits for our skin. However, did you know that aloe is loaded with nutrients that can help your internal body naturally replenish and heal itself? Aloe helps your body detoxify naturally, leaving you feeling rejuvenated from the inside out. The powers of aloe include the ability to increase your nutrient absorption as well as improve bowel regularity. Aloe is also anti-inflammatory, alkalizing, and offers internal hydration.
Making aloe a part of your day is so easy. You can make your own aloe water or you can simply add the […]

Key Lime Chia Pudding Recipe

This key lime chia pudding recipe is simple, yet tastes delightful. It makes for a great breakfast, snack or post workout fuel. The benefits of chia are endless! Chia is a great source of protein, fiber and loaded with vitamins, minerals, and Omega 3. Combined with all of the other ingredients this is a true power snack!

Chia Pudding
3/4 cup coconut mylk
1/4-1/3 cup chia seed depending on how think you like it
1 teaspoon sweetener of your choice. I used honey but you could use vanilla, coconut sugar, etc.
Whisk together and refrigerate to set

Key Lime Soft Serve
1 frozen […]

Easy Green Juice With Bitters For Better Flushing

Do you experience outrageous cravings? Your body is speaking to you. Likely this means your body is craving a more balanced food plan.
Balancing your digestion is a key component here. And who couldn’t use some help with that? Creating balanced digestion can vary from person to person. You can literally tailor your meal plans to balance these cravings.

Today I find myself craving bitters. Horseradish, Fire cider, ginger root etc. I also find bitters a useful addition to my juice cleansing days. I am always in […]

Thai Butternut Squash Soup with a Zesty Thai Salad

This is a natural and raw Thai Butternut Squash Soup with a Zesty Thai Salad!

Thai Butternut Squash Soup
Yield: 2 ¼ cups (2 servings)
1 cup homemade coconut milk
1 cup butternut squash, cubed for blending
½ lime, juiced
⅛ tsp. curry powder
1 tsp. chopped fresh ginger
1-2 T. coconut oil
2-3 drops liquid stevia
sea […]

Lisa Wilson’s New Years letter To You For 2016

I’m sitting here in my sun room reflecting on 2015 and dreaming about 2016.

I am sipping an elixir that I just made in anticipation for my January 3-9 retreat.

I am incredibly honored that people are once again flying in from around the globe. Here in the US, a family coming in from Texas and internationally we’re honored to be hosting a guest from Turkey this time!

For a full 7 days, we set aside worries of the world, and go within. For one magical week, our only focus is on ourselves. For it is when we nourish ourselves that we can […]

Winter Natural Elixir Recipe

A great way to warm yourself and refresh your spirit at the same time. This Elixir uses tea and various natural essential oils and spices along with almond and coconut milk.
In sauce pan, warm:
1 teabag of Ron Teagarden’s gynostemma tea by Spring Dragon
1 teabag of Organic Rooibos or Chai Rooibos
1/4 tsp Co Curcumin
1 drop clove oil
1 drop orange essential oil
dash of freshly ground black pepper
1/4 tsp cinnamon, ground or 1 drop cinnamon essential oil
1 cup fresh almond milk
1 cup fresh coconut milk
1/2 capful of fire cider (optional)
In Vita-mix, blend 1/2 cup fresh almond milk with 1 inch peeled ginger […]

Holiday Appetizer Italian Nut Balls Red & Green Raw Food Recipe

Italian Nut Balls Raw Food Recipe

A great holiday appetizer with red, pickled tomatoes and green, basil covering a wonderful walnut nut ball.

3 cups walnuts, soaked and dehydrated
½ cup celery, chopped
½ cup onion, chopped
1-2 cloves garlic
2 T. olive oil
1 tsp. ground fennel seed
½ tsp. dried oregano
½ tsp. dried basil
½ […]

Full Course Nutmeatloaf Dinner with all of the Fixings

Full Course Nutmeatloaf Dinner with all of the fixings including  Nutmeatloaf, Red Pepper Ketchup, Creamy Mash and Mushroom Gravy.

Nutmeatloaf

Yield: 1 loaf

3 cups pecans, soaked
3 cups walnuts, soaked
2 red bell peppers, chopped
1 cup chopped carrot
2 T. paprika
1 T. garlic powder
1 T. poultry seasoning
your choice of flavor enhancer, to taste
Stir in:
1 cup minced onion
1 cup minced celery
Method: 1. In a mixing bowl, combine all ingredients except the onion and celery. Mix well. Process this mixture through an appropriate juicer using the blank (homogenizing) attachment. Season to taste.
2. By hand, mix in the onion and celery. Form into a loaf shape on a […]

Healthy Hydrating Face Mask

Get your skin glowing this winter!
This time of year skin can start to feel dull due to winter. Just like our bodies, our skin can get dehydrated. Restore your natural glow with this healthy hydrating facemask. This is one of my favorite facemask recipe. The cucumber reduces puffiness. The Spirulina and Chlorella nourish the face. The aloe vera is soothing and helps even skin tones for an overall hydrated look and feel. This recipe makes quite a bit. I usually put it in a jar and store in the refrigerator for 4-5 days and do a face-mask each night for […]