Start asking yourself questions that promotes healing✨✨✨ - “How can I incorporate more fruits into my life in a fun way?” - The more you ask growth oriented questions, the more high vibe guidance you’ll receive🕊 - Today I tried something new with the ripe bananas laying on the counter, looking at me like they were almost ready to give up. - It’s NEVER a reason to throw out ripe bananas, as long as they’re edible🍌🍌🍌 - Freeze them, use them in smoothies, make nice cream, bake banana bread, or do like me, mix them with water and make banana chocolate milk😋 - For two portions, use 2 frozen bananas, 1 ripe banana, 2 cups water and 1 ts cacao🥛 - Fall in love with fruits again, people; The foods you eat become you, and you become what you eat! - Fruits are filled with living water, minerals, vitamins, protein, glucose, fat, pulp fiber, antioxidants, pectin and other incredible healing nutrients💕 - Just eat the fruits you feel called to and feel how they’re raising your frequency, healing your entire being and filling you up with heavenly information🥑 - Fruit trees and plants have a built-in database of Divine information connected to the heavens. - processed foods, killed and/or abused animals don’t🐮🍭 - I prefer not to even imagine the information hidden in the foods that’s NOT handed to us by Mother Nature in the most gentle of ways🍃
🥦🍉Fruits And Veggies🍉🥦 Vitamins and minerals from these foods help our body run smoothly and efficiently and help fight diseases such as cancer, stroke and diabetes, to name a few 😱 You feel more energized and ready to tackle anything you need!! Drop the coffee and grab a fruit. Simple as that 💪🏻 🤔What’s your favorite fruit and veggie???🤔
This beautiful frozen grape, squeezed lemon, fresh mint slushie was soooooo good!😋😋 It took minutes to blend up and unfortunately only minutes to suck down😩! . . . Today is Day 18 of our #octoberfruitchallenge . In addition to this drink I have had a whole package of organic green grapes, a wheatgrass shot (made to stop some minor cramps I was experiencing. It worked like a charm for the second time this week! ), a @tassilisraw raw kale wrap on nori, and a handful of raw almonds. . . . I am so used to using bananas as a base that this smoothie/ slushie was a very welcome change! 🤗What other smoothies should I try? 🤔 . . . #govegan#vegantriathlete#blacktriathlete #vegan#vegetarian#pbwf#plantpowered#plantbased#rawvegan#detox#hclf#carbthefup#vegansofig#veganfoodshare#veganironman #rawtill4#plantpoweredathlete#veganathlete#nooil#blackvegan #plantstrong#atlantavegan#triathlete#noexcuses #freelovefood#glutenfree#whatveganseat#veganrecipes
Heat treatment of #ginger has been suggested to enhance its hypoalgesic effects. The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of 11 days of raw (study 1) and heat-treated (study 2) ginger supplementation on muscle pain. Study 1 and 2 were identical double-blind, placebo controlled, randomized experiments with 34 and 40 volunteers, respectively. Participants consumed 2 grams of either raw (study 1) or heated (study 2) ginger or placebo for 11 consecutive days. Participants performed 18 eccentric actions of the elbow flexors to induce pain and inflammation. Pain intensity, perceived effort, plasma prostaglandin E(2), arm volume, range-of-motion and isometric strength were assessed prior to and for 3 days after exercise. Results Raw (25%, -.78 SD, P = .041) and heat-treated (23%, -.57 SD, P = .049) ginger resulted in similar pain reductions 24 hours after eccentric exercise compared to placebo. Smaller effects were noted between both types of ginger and placebo on other measures. Daily supplementation with ginger reduced muscle pain caused by eccentric #exercise, and this effect was not enhanced by heat treating the ginger. This study demonstrates that daily consumption of raw and heat-treated ginger resulted in moderate-to-large reductions in muscle pain following exercise-induced muscle injury. Our findings agree with those showing hypoalgesic effects of ginger in osteoarthritis patients and further demonstrate ginger's effectiveness as a pain reliever. Source: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/20418184/ . . .
Such a great time in London the last few days 💕 how beautiful is this flower display at an art gallery near Westminster 🌸 there’s been music, sightseeing, catch ups with old friends, shopping, long walks, delicious food - I’m home now and it’s time for a cup of peppermint tea and an early night 💕 self care is everywhere 💕