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Don’t combine two different kinds of animal protein in same meal- meat and milk, eggs and cheese Don’t combine fats/oils with concentrated animal protein If you want refined white sugar products eat alone and flush with hot tea FRUIT. Eat it alone or leave it alone Veggies combine with all foods BUT fruit Created by Louise Newman, Food and Cooking Coach, email@example.comAcid Verses Alkaline: Acid Verses Alkaline Created by Louise Newman, Food and Cooking Coach, firstname.lastname@example.orgFruits: Fruits Internal Cleansers – Most Citrus Fruits Berries - Blueberries Semi Sweet Apples, pears, watermelons, black cherries and grapes Avocado Papaya – dissolves proteins High Sugar Fruits- less Mangos, pineapple, banana, Lychee Anything dried, concentrated sugar and no enzymes Created by Louise Newman, Food and Cooking Coach, email@example.comSuper Fruits: Super Fruits LEMON Detoxification Supplements Fresh Lemon Juice Flax seed – Ground Alkaline Vitamin C powder Selected herbs ( mint) Pure Water Drink twice daily between meals Created by Louise Newman, Food and Cooking Coach, firstname.lastname@example.orgSuper Fruits: Super Fruits GARLIC Detoxification Supplements LIVER FLUSH SHAKE Fresh Citrus Juice ( 2-3 fruits) Olive Oil – 2 tbs Garlic Clove and Fresh Ginger Cayenne Pepper ¼ tsp Shake/crush with water and ice Drink as a dinner replacement and rest Created by Louise Newman, Food and Cooking Coach, email@example.comSUPER VEGGIES: SUPER VEGGIES Vegetable Soup Stew a mix of bite size pieces of sweet potatoes, pumpkin, carrot, cabbage, celery. Add parsley and spinach at end. Vegetable Stir Fry Olive oil only Any mix of Asparagus, Spinach, Kale, Mustard Greens, Cabbage, Bok Choy, Bamboo shoots and Watercress SOUP AND STIR FRY Add fresh garlic, ginger, Celtic sea salt and sea veggies If desired add one of the following: sprouts, ferments, beans or animal protein Created by Louise Newman, Food and Cooking Coach, firstname.lastname@example.orgSuper Veggie Juice: Super Veggie Juice Raw Veggie Juice All potent enzymes retained No digestion required to assimilate nutrients Base: Carrot, Beetroot, Celery, Parsley, Wheat Grass Created by Louise Newman, Food and Cooking Coach, email@example.comNutritional BREAD: Nutritional BREAD Sprouted Breads Sourdough Bread – Especially Rye Sprouts are the greatest vitality in the life cycle of the plant During sprouting vitamin and enzyme content increases dramatically Starch converted to simple sugars, protein to amino acids and crude vegetable fat into fatty acids. Predigested nutrients of the seed for easy assimilation. Breads made with Celtic Sea salt improves digestion Fermentation bacteria digest the protein and starch in the flour making easier digestion XXXXXX Yeast renders calcium and magnesium as insoluble XXXXXX . Created by Louise Newman, Food and Cooking Coach, firstname.lastname@example.orgSuper Foods as Supplements: Super Foods as Supplements Garlic and Onion Lecithin Granules Brewers Yeast Kelp, Sea Veggies/Dulse Green Tea Cayenne Pepper Green Food Celtic Sea salt Ferments Created by Louise Newman, Food and Cooking Coach, email@example.comConvenience Foods: Convenience Foods Veggie or Fruit Juice – Fresh Salads with dressing on side Nuts/seeds in small bag Fruit whole- Low GI, easy to carry with celery Veggies whole Tin of Tuna/Salmon/Sardines Sprouted Bread Sliced with nut butter and avocado or hummus Miso Soup Salad and Mt Bread wrap Tub of LIVING Natural Yoghurt Veggie Soup Nori Rolls Veggie sticks with Hummus ASK YOURSELF THIS QUESTION: How many machines, hands, countries and places has this food traveled to be with me? Created by Louise Newman, Food and Cooking Coach, firstname.lastname@example.orgYoga Food Essentials - DRY: Yoga Food Essentials - DRY GRAINS Whole Grains – Millet, amaranth, quinoq,oats, Rice, Whole Grain pasta and noodles Millet Cakes Roasted Chickpeas FRUIT Dried Fruits, Dates, Raisons, Figs, Apricots BEANS AND LEGUMES Soy, Lima, adzuki beans, chickpeas, lentils. FISH/Marine Sardines, Tuna, Salmon, low Salt in water Celtic Sea Salt Green Food VEGETABLES Tomatoes Sea Veggies, Dulse, Wakame, Nori, Spirrilina Brewers Yeast Powder Soy Protein Powder FERMENTS Brags Aminos Apple Cider Vinegar SWEETNER Maple Syrup Honey Bee Pollen HERBS and other Cayenne Pepper, Chilli, Spice mixes without salt Curry mix Cumin Herbal Teas Green, (antioxidant, blood, tissues) Peppermint ( Digestion, Stomach) Chamomile ( Calming to CNS), Dandelion, ( Detox) Licorice ( strengthens Adrenal Glands) Created by Louise Newman, Food and Cooking Coach, email@example.comYoga Food Essentials- Cold: Yoga Food Essentials- Cold NUTS/ SEEDS Almonds and Brazil, Sesame, flax, pumpkin, sunflower Seeds Nut butters Tahini LSA- Freeze to prevent oxidation FATS AND OILS Olive Oil – high quality, dark bottle Sesame oil in dark bottle Flax seed oil, dark bottle Lecithin Fish Oil FRUITS/VEG Frozen berries/mango/banana Frozen peas/corn Semi Dried Tomatoes DAIRY Goats Yoghurt Goats Cheese Soy/oat/rice milk FERMENTS Any soy products Tempeh- look for no salt Miso Paste OTHERS Garlic, Ginger Paste Curry, Chilli, Pesto Paste Mustard Lemon Juice Eggs FREEZE GINGER – Moulds easy Prepared Dips Created by Louise Newman, Food and Cooking Coach, firstname.lastname@example.orgPost Yoga Nutrition: Post Yoga Nutrition 30 minutes Electrolyte Drink – Celtic Sea Salt Celery – chloride salts, relaxant Banana- Potassium Salts Apple cools heat in the lungs Created by Louise Newman, Food and Cooking Coach, email@example.comFoods for Yoga Breakfast: Foods for Yoga Breakfast Fresh Fruit- The best that money can buy WHY: Possible even when in a hurry Low GI Fruits, stone, berries, apples, pears Citrus – Daily if possible In Season – Variety and within the laws of nature Created by Louise Newman, Food and Cooking Coach, firstname.lastname@example.orgFoods for Yoga Breakfast: Foods for Yoga Breakfast FRUIT Alternatives Oatmeal- Oats( nervine)or Millet (Alkaline) Live Natural Yoghurt Add any of the following: Lecithin Granules LSA – store cold Chopped Nuts or Seed (best soaked) Muesli – Best quality possible(NO sugar) Created by Louise Newman, Food and Cooking Coach, email@example.comTRANSITION to YOGA FOODS: TRANSITION to YOGA FOODS Useful Books Healing with Whole foods, Paul Pitchford, Eat Smart, Eat Raw, Kate Wood The Tao of Detox, Daniel Reid Cooking Without, Barbara Cousins You are what you Eat Created by Louise Newman, Food and Cooking Coach, firstname.lastname@example.org You do not have the permission to view this presentation. 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