Hippocrates Health Institute http://hippocratesinst.org Just another WordPress site Mon, 20 Feb 2017 16:48:43 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.7.2 Almond Cheese http://hippocratesinst.org/almond-cheese Wed, 15 Feb 2017 21:54:00 +0000 http://hippocratesinst.org/?p=79537 Yield: 2 cups (6 to 8 servings) Excerpts from Raw Food Revolution Diet by Cherie Soria, Brenda Davis, RD and Vesanto Melina, MS, RD Ingredients: 2 cups almonds, hot soaked, peeled, and cold soaked 1 cup non-chlorinated water, plus additional to thin, if necessary 1/4 teaspoon probiotic powder Put the peeled and soaked almonds, water, […]

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Yield: 2 cups (6 to 8 servings)

Excerpts from Raw Food Revolution Diet by Cherie Soria, Brenda Davis, RD and Vesanto Melina, MS, RD

Ingredients:

  • 2 cups almonds, hot soaked, peeled, and cold soaked
  • 1 cup non-chlorinated water, plus additional to thin, if necessary
  • 1/4 teaspoon probiotic powder
  1. Put the peeled and soaked almonds, water, and probiotic powder in a high-performance blender and blend until smooth, adding more water if necessary to achieve a smooth, creamy consistency.
  2. Line a small colander or plastic berry basket with damp cheesecloth, allowing several inches of the cloth to drape down the sides.
  3. Set the colander or basket on top of a shallow dish and pour the mixture into the cheesecloth. The dish will catch the liquid as it drains from the cheese.
  4. Fold the excess cheesecloth over the top of the cheese, and place it in a warm (not hot) location to ferment. After about 2 hours, place a weight on top of the cheese to help press out the excess liquid. (An ideal weight is a cup of grains or seeds in a glass jar.)
  5. Check the cheese every 2 to 3 hours, and drain the excess liquid so it doesn’t sit in liquid. Continue fermenting for a total of 8 to 12 hours or until the cheese reaches a cheesy flavor that suits your tastes.

 

Storage Suggestion: After the cheese has fermented to suit your taste, store in a sealed glass container in the refrigerator for 1 week.

How to Peel Almonds

Plunge almonds into a bowl of nearly boiling water and leave them immersed for 3-5 minutes. Add a little cool water to the bowl, making the water cool enough to handle. The almond skins will pop off easily when pressed between your fingers. Next, soak the almonds in fresh, cold water for 8 to 12 hours. Rinse and drain. Your peeled almonds are now germinated and ready to use to make kefir, yogurt, or cheese.

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It Takes Guts! http://hippocratesinst.org/it-takes-guts Wed, 15 Feb 2017 21:00:31 +0000 http://hippocratesinst.org/?p=79520 by Julia Loggins Scientific studies from around the world have now shown what Hippocrates Health Institute (HHI) has taught for decades — that the gut is where disease starts and healing begins. I learned that firsthand. Early in life, I was hospitalized for months yearly for bleeding ulcers, colitis, and gut-related diseases such as asthma and life-threatening […]

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by Julia Loggins

Scientific studies from around the world have now shown what Hippocrates Health Institute (HHI) has taught for decades — that the gut is where disease starts and healing begins.

I learned that firsthand. Early in life, I was hospitalized for months yearly for bleeding ulcers, colitis, and gut-related diseases such as asthma and life-threatening allergies. I saved my own life after doctors had given me a death sentence of “incurable” illnesses. Thirty years later, as a certified colon therapist in private practice, I know without a doubt that taking care of gut health is the passport to energy, vitality and optimism.

If your gut is healthy, you are happy.

70 – 80% of our immune system resides in the gut. Thanks to Dr. Michael Gershon’s ground-breaking book, The Second Brain, we now know that 90% of the happiness hormone serotonin (actually a neurotransmitter), is produced in the gut.

Gut health is key to eliminating inflammation and therefore, diminishes chronic pain. So, what can you do to enjoy optimal gut health?

Eat Easy-to-Digest High-Nutrition Foods

When I came to HHI, my stomach and intestines were scarred. I drank nut milks and green juices; and ate blended soups, sprouts and avocados, until my gut healed. If you cannot digest and assimilate a food, it will rot in your stomach and ferment in your gut.

Fast One Day a Week on Green Juices

Wheatgrass juice and green juices are nature’s miracle healers. Chlorophyll will not only nourish you, but begin to detoxify you, gently and safely. Foregoing solid food one day a week is like giving your tummy a five-star vacation.

Take Food Enzymes

Food enzymes assist the most challenged guts to assimilate and properly eliminate what you eat. By using food enzymes, especially with protein and carb meals, you will enjoy more energy, stabilize blood sugar, and lose that sleepy, dazed feeling that often comes after a meal. Do not leave home without them!

Love Your Lymph

We cannot effectively detoxify without focusing on drainage first. A key system for our body’s drainage is the lymph. The lymph plays a critical role in our immune health and is responsible for ridding the body of inflammation. We can love our lymph through daily dry skin brushing, bouncing gently on rebounders and accessing professional lymphatic therapy.

Detox with Colonics and Enemas

People ask me, “Why are colonics and enemas necessary? Don’t our bodies eliminate by themselves?” My answer is, yes, maybe one hundred years ago, prior to the chemical age. This is no longer true. We connect with 2500 chemicals daily, which become stuck in our vital organs, and begin to kill us. The body is not designed to assimilate or eliminate chemicals not on earth when our ancestors were cave dwellers.

The colon holds immense amounts of waste in a valiant effort to keep us alive. This waste paralyzes our livers and kidneys, stops metabolism, and diminishes thinking processes. New clients get colonics because they are sick and their gut hurts. Seasoned clients get colonics because they love the clarity they feel with

a clean colon.

Stress is another key factor that rules gut health. Stress has an influence on the gut equal to or beyond what we eat. We cannot heal our bellies without calming our minds, whether through meditation or movement such as dance, yoga, or Tai Chi. Offer yourself time to play. You are not childish when you are being child-like. Living stress-free may save your life; and it will definitely remind you that your life is worth saving.

 

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DIY Chai Latte (sugar free) http://hippocratesinst.org/spicy-vegan-chai-latte Tue, 14 Feb 2017 16:27:00 +0000 http://hippocratesinst.org/?p=48811 Try this DIY Chai and skip the overly sweet grocery store latte mix. This spicy aromatic recipe from Executive Chef Ken Blue can be enjoyed hot or iced and is also free of caffeine and sugar! Sugar-Free Chai Latte YIELD 1 Ingredients: 1 Tbsp roobois tea 1/2 tsp garam masala 1/8 tsp cinnamon 1/4 tsp nutmeg 8 […]

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Try this DIY Chai and skip the overly sweet grocery store latte mix. This spicy aromatic recipe from Executive Chef Ken Blue can be enjoyed hot or iced and is also free of caffeine and sugar!

Sugar-Free Chai Latte

YIELD 1
Ingredients:
1 Tbsp roobois tea
1/2 tsp garam masala
1/8 tsp cinnamon
1/4 tsp nutmeg
8 oz homemade almond milk
1 drop stevia

Instructions:
Combine roobois tea and spices. Make tea and strain. Add almond milk and stevia. Stir to combine well. Serve hot or cold.

*This mix contains no black pepper.

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Celebrate Each Other http://hippocratesinst.org/celebrate-each-other Wed, 08 Feb 2017 21:57:04 +0000 http://hippocratesinst.org/?p=78905 The post Celebrate Each Other appeared first on Hippocrates Health Institute.

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Does the love of your life appreciate conscious, organic, holistic or wellness minded products?
Here are a few suggestions from Hippocrates to make your gift purchases perfect this season.

 

BECOME the perfect giver of gifts! For those always on the run there is no time for finicky skin. The “Become Travel Skin Kit” ($35) will be sure to keep your love feeling fresh and fabulous with enriching dermal super foods! Or bestow on your lover a “Become Basic Kit” ($25)inclusive of balancing shampoo, nourishing conditioner, body wash and lotion. Purchase from Become Organic Salon by calling (866) 515-9598 

Say ‘I love you” with the gift of an 80 minute customized aromatic massage.  Includes your very own “love potion” to take home!  $139 from Oasis Therapy Center. Purchase from Oasis Therapy Center by calling (561) 471-5867

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Tea and Beyond with Cranberry Hibiscus http://hippocratesinst.org/cranberry-hibiscus Wed, 08 Feb 2017 15:04:12 +0000 http://hippocratesinst.org/?p=14297 Cranberry hibiscus is both sweet-tart tasting and highly nutritious. Its’ deep red leaves resemble those of a maple tree. You can enjoy cranberry hibiscus by: using in recipes eating raw steeping in hot water to make a tea It is high in B vitamins which give you more energy throughout the day and vitamin C […]

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Cranberry hibiscus is both sweet-tart tasting and highly nutritious. Its’ deep red leaves resemble those of a maple tree.

You can enjoy cranberry hibiscus by:

  • using in recipes
  • eating raw
  • steeping in hot water to make a tea

It is high in B vitamins which give you more energy throughout the day and vitamin C which boosts your immune system. Research indicates that antioxidants found in cranberry hibiscus lowers cholesterol, improves the functioning of your liver, and helps fight cancer. Its’ use has been also associated with reducing stress, lowering blood pressure, and helping with indigestion.

Originally from Africa, cranberry hibiscus grows well in South Florida and we have plenty growing on campus at Hippocrates Health Institute.

 

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Egg-less “Egg” Salad (Raw Vegan) http://hippocratesinst.org/egg-less-egg-salad-raw-vegan Tue, 07 Feb 2017 17:55:59 +0000 http://hippocratesinst.org/?p=78813 Your family will be sure to “scramble” to the table each time you make this simply scrumptious egg-less salad! SERVES 4 INGREDIENTS: 1 head of cauliflower 4 C. sliced parsnips 1 T. turmeric (generous) 1 tsp. kelp powder 1 T. fresh ground yellow mustard seed 1 clove garlic 8 oz raw sesame oil 4 oz […]

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Your family will be sure to “scramble” to the table each time you make this simply scrumptious egg-less salad!

SERVES 4

INGREDIENTS:

1 head of cauliflower

4 C. sliced parsnips

1 T. turmeric (generous)

1 tsp. kelp powder

1 T. fresh ground yellow mustard seed

1 clove garlic

8 oz raw sesame oil

4 oz lemon juice

1.5 oz water (or to desired thickness)

1/2 C. diced onion

1 1/2 C. diced celery

DIRECTIONS STEP 1

Begin by roughly chopping the cauliflower.

STEP 2

Pulse cauliflower in a food processor until it is finely chopped and place the finely chopped cauliflower in a large mixing bowl.

STEP 3

In a blender combine the lemon juice, sesame oil, garlic, spices and parsnips and blend with water to desired thickness.

STEP 4

Mix half of the blended dressing into cauliflower and massage together.

STEP S

Add the onion and celery to the cauliflower mixture and continue to mix by hand. Add additional dressing to your desired taste.

STEP 6

Serve on a lettuce leaf with your favorite sprouts and enjoy!

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Maintaining Healthy Blood Sugar to Fend Off Disease http://hippocratesinst.org/maintaining-healthy-blood-sugar-to-fend-off-disease Wed, 01 Feb 2017 18:57:47 +0000 http://hippocratesinst.org/?p=78301 The number of Americans with diabetes has grown to nearly 26 million and an estimated one-third of all U.S. adults over 20 now have prediabetes, according to figures released recently by the (CDC). Prediabetes is a condition in which blood sugar levels are above normal, but not high enough to be declared diabetes. It indicates […]

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The number of Americans with diabetes has grown to nearly 26 million and an estimated one-third of all U.S. adults over 20 now have prediabetes, according to figures released recently by the (CDC).

Prediabetes is a condition in which blood sugar levels are above normal, but not high enough to be declared diabetes. It indicates that the person is at high risk of developing type 2 diabetes, heart disease and stroke.

The findings show an increase from a 2008 CDC report on diabetes. Then, the CDC estimated that 23.6 million Americans had the disease and another 57 million adults had prediabetes.

If the trend continues, the CDC projected that as many as one in three US adults will have diabetes by 2050. One in three!

The vast majority, more than 90 percent of all cases of diabetes are type 2 diabetes, which can be mitigated through lifestyle changes.

The CDC warns the disease is both deadly and costly. Diabetes is the seventh leading cause of death in the US. The disease raises the risk of heart attack, stroke, kidney failure, blindness and amputations. Diabetes costs the U.S. more than $174 billion a year, according to CDC estimates.

There are a number of pharmaceutical approaches to treating diabetes but there is also a large body of well done research demonstrating significant improvements of symptoms using naturally occurring substances. While lifestyle and diet is key to optimal health, natural supplements can aid in significantly improving blood sugar levels. Ortho Molecular Products’s, Diaxinol is a natural and synergistic formula for maintaining balanced blood sugar.

Diaxinol contains five ingredients delivered at targeted potency for maximum efficacy:

Chromium is a critical element in the molecule called glucose tolerance factor (GTF). This is crucial for the glucose uptake into the cells, much like a co factor for insulin. Studies comparing using 1000mcg /day showed a significant improvement in glycosylated hemoglobin, fasting glucose, insulin levels and cholesterol.

Biotin stimulates glucose induced insulin secretion, enhanced insulin sensitivity and the enhancement of glukokinase which accelerates glycolosis in the liver and pancreas. Biotin has been shown to benefit both type I and type II animal models to improve glucose and insulin tolerances. It has been known for many years that biotin deficiency results in impaired utilization of glucose. Blood levels of biotin in patients with NIDDM are lower than in normal controls and lower levels are associated with higher fasting glucose levels. Biotin may act as a cofactor of enzymes required for fatty acid synthesis and may increase the utilization of glucose to synthesize fats.

Vanadyl Sulfate, an oxidative form of vanadium, has been shown to have insulin like properties. One 3 week study at 100mg/day was able to significantly improve hepatic and peripheral muscle sensitivity in NIDDM patients, although it did not show any change in insulin sensitivity in non diabetic people. It was also shown to decrease endogenous glucose production (EGP) by about 20% and this was correlated to a reduction in fasting plasma glucose (FPG). It also correlated with a modest increase in insulin mediated glucose disposal.

Lipoic acid is a unique antioxidant in that in works to recharge the antioxidant properties of vitamin C, which is water soluble, but also to recharge the antioxidant properties of vitamin E, which is fat soluble. It also dramatically increases glutathione levels in the body. Glutathione is an antioxidant that has an affinity for both the eyes and the liver. We chose to source our Lipoic acid from Degussa because their extraction process yields a clean lipoic acid that is free from any solvents or chemicals. Lipoic acid modulates glucose and insulin sensitivities. One study, using oral dosing, showed its ability to increase insulin sensitivity by 27%.

Recently, cinnamon has been touted for its effect on glucose control. We use, Cinnulin, a form of cinnamon that is a 20:1 extract. This compound is water soluble and protects from potentially damaging effects of long term high dose use of a lipid soluble table cinnamon. The cinnulin extract maintains the beneficial type A polymers a that have been shown to have the positive effect on glucose control. Enzyme studies done in vitro show that the bioactive polymers can inhibit PTP-1, a rat homolog of a tyrosine phosphatase (PTP-1B) that inactivate the insulin receptor.

Through enhanced signaling at the cellular level, Diaxinol’s blend of extracts and vitamins support healthy blood glucose levels. Diaxinol’s unique and effective formulation is provided at targeted doses for the best outcome.

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Sprouted Chickpea Hummus (Raw Vegan) http://hippocratesinst.org/raw-hummus Wed, 01 Feb 2017 18:46:43 +0000 http://hippocratesinst.org/?p=13028 Is there really such a thing as too much hummus? Not when you are sharing with family and friends! Enjoy our sprouted chickpea hummus and you will also reap the benefits of living food enzymes, increased digestibility, and plant-based protein. Yield: 5.5 Cups Ingredients: 3.5 C. Sprouted  Chickpeas 10 oz. Olive Oil (extra virgin & cold pressed) 3 […]

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Is there really such a thing as too much hummus? Not when you are sharing with family and friends! Enjoy our sprouted chickpea hummus and you will also reap the benefits of living food enzymes, increased digestibility, and plant-based protein.

Yield: 5.5 Cups

Ingredients:

3.5 C. Sprouted  Chickpeas

10 oz. Olive Oil (extra virgin & cold pressed)

3 Cloves Garlic

5 oz. Lemon Juice

2 Tsp. Kelp Powder

1/4 Tsp. Frontier Pizza Seasoning

1 Pinch Cayenne

2 Tsp. Ground Cumin Seed

Optional: Braggs to taste after blending

 

Technique:

1. In a blender, combine all ingredients except Braggs.

2. While blending in a Vita Mix, stir vigorously with the stirring rod.

3. Season to taste with Braggs if desired and/or add other herbs, olives, etc.

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Fun Fitness Strategies for Kids http://hippocratesinst.org/fun-fitness-strategies-for-kids Wed, 25 Jan 2017 18:26:15 +0000 http://hippocratesinst.org/?p=77649 No matter the season, it’s important to ensure kids get up and moving so they stay on track with their physical fitness! Here are some tips with many that offer the opportunity for some good old-fashioned family time. Exercising need not be reserved for the outdoors as there is plenty kids can do inside of […]

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No matter the season, it’s important to ensure kids get up and moving so they stay on track with their physical fitness! Here are some tips with many that offer the opportunity for some good old-fashioned family time.

Exercising need not be reserved for the outdoors as there is plenty kids can do inside of the house to get fit! Listed below are just a few good ideas.

Indoor fitness activities

  • Walk or run up and down a stairwell multiple times (skip a step for added intensity and effectiveness).
  • Jump rope — yes, indoors too! Just ensure that the child has enough clearance from that cherished vase!
  • Dance! Let the kids “boogie” away the excess weight.
  • Calisthenics (push-ups, sit-ups, jumping jacks, etc.) are great exercise and you can hold a friendly competition!
  • Hula hoop where, again, clearance is key here!
  • Crunches! Sure, let the kids watch TV but challenge them to do as many sit ups as they can while the commercials are on. Do this for at least one full TV program, which usually has at least 3 or 4 commercial breaks.
  • Shadow boxing is a great way to work the arm, leg and core muscles while also getting the heart pumping for some nice calorie-burning cardio. And, it’s fun. Kids will have fun showing you how they can “float like a butterfly and sting like a bee.”
  • Yoga (yes, for kids, too!) is great for developing body coordination and balance.
  • Stretching helps with flexibility, which is another sign of a healthy body.

Check YouTube for many fun (and free) online video classes for kids!

Prefer the great outdoors? No problem! Outdoor fitness ideas abound.

  • Take a walk, jog, or hike. Raining? Walk the mall double time!
  • Ride a bike, skateboard, or scooter.
  • Roller skate or in-line skate.
  • Catch a pickup game for basketball, baseball, football, tennis and others that get your heart pumping and muscles working.
  • Swim! Forget doggie paddles; instead, do laps up and down the pool or, for the ambitious types, try the butterfly stroke!
  • Jumping rope is an old standby that offers an array of health benefits.

Take casual activity to the next level and add excitement. Seek out community events, such as a walk-a-thon, bike-a-thon, or even a triathlon that accepts minors. However, competition should not be the focus. Instead, the focus should be on doing one’s best. These events are often in support of a good cause, so children can also learn the value of fundraising and giving to those that are in need. Let children pick a cause that is important to them and make sure the activity matches their physical abilities. Families can even spend a couple of weekends prior to the event “in training,” getting conditioned and practicing team-building skills.

Take advantage of local activity courses. Many area parks and schools are set up with physical activity courses that span across fields and trails with exercises stations interspersed throughout. These courses are good for all ages and levels of fitness. Consider having your child visit these courses during a Saturday morning event with each session having a different theme or pace. For example, “Boot Camp” might be one such theme for your aspiring soldiers. Children can even walk briskly between stations and then attempt to perform given exercises (push-ups, sit-ups, jumping jacks, balance beams, etc.) with parent’s encouraging them along the way. Children can set goals, such as trying to beat their time from last week, spotting animals along the route, or finding “treasure” along the way. The course can be followed with a healthy family picnic lunch in the park. Doing so will also teach children how to prepare healthy foods.

Take some lessons. Find an after school program, YMCA, or community center that offers lessons or activities that are physical fitness-oriented. Your options are unlimited and may include tennis, dance, kickboxing, golf, swimming and self-defense. These lessons will help your child become more well-rounded in many areas of fitness and may possibly help them find one that they enjoy and where they might want to take advanced lessons.

Enjoy an “extreme” family vacation. Get your children involved in planning a dynamic family vacation that includes physical activities for everyone, both together as a family and individually. Each family member should be able to plan a physical activity whether it is taking a walking tour of a city, playing volleyball, kayaking, white water rafting, snorkeling, skiing or snow boarding, hiking a trail or climbing a summit. Together, your family can take the months prior to the trip to build up the endurance, strength, and skills necessary to enjoy your active plans. The “vacation” can even be a simple day trip in your own neighborhood or something much more extravagant. Children can save allowance money for “cool” fitness gear or earn money to be used toward the purchase of specialty equipment by achieving physical fitness-oriented goals (like getting a yellow belt in Karate or completing a successful season on the swim team). This will not only teach children about preparation, organization, and planning, but it will also motivate and reward them for engaging in activities that are good for their health.

Article by Merilee Kern

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Nutloaf with Red Pepper Ketchup http://hippocratesinst.org/nutloaf-with-red-pepper-ketchup Wed, 25 Jan 2017 14:00:59 +0000 http://hippocratesinst.org/?p=11797 This favorite HHI recipe was made famous by Chef Kelly and is one of our most requested dishes at the institute! Nutloaf  Yield: 1 loaf 3 C. Pecans, Soaked 3 C. Walnuts, Soaked 2 Red Bell Peppers, Chopped 1 C. Chopped Carrot 2 T. Paprika 1 T. Garlic Powder 1 T. Poultry Seasoning Braggs Aminos […]

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This favorite HHI recipe was made famous by Chef Kelly and is one of our most requested dishes at the institute!

Nutloaf 

Yield: 1 loaf

3 C. Pecans, Soaked

3 C. Walnuts, Soaked

2 Red Bell Peppers, Chopped

1 C. Chopped Carrot

2 T. Paprika

1 T. Garlic Powder

1 T. Poultry Seasoning

Braggs Aminos or Nama Shoyu to taste **Optional**

Stir In:

1 C. Onion, Finely Diced

1 C. Celery, Finely Diced

Technique

  1. In a mixing bowl, combine all ingredients except the onion and celery. Mix well.
  2. Process this mixture through an appropriate juicer using the blank (homogenizing) attachment.
  3. Season to taste.
  4. By hand, mix in the onion and celery.
  5. Form into a loaf shape on a dehydrator tray; use a teflex sheet or unbleached parchment paper beneath.
  6. Dehydrate overnight.
  7. Top with Red Pepper Ketchup several hours before serving and return to the dehydrator for 2-3 more hours. Slice and serve.

Red Pepper Ketchup

2 C. Chopped Red Pepper

¼ C. Chopped Red Onion

1/8 C. Chopped Red Beet

2 T. Paprika

2 T. Ground Flax Seed

1 T. Celery Powder *

2 Tsp. Garlic Powder

1 Pinch Ground Clove

2/3 C. Extra Virgin Olive Oil

1 ½ T. Fresh Lemon Juice

¼ Tsp. Liquid Stevia Extract

  1. In a blender, combine all ingredients.
  2. Blend well and season to taste.

*Celery powder is made by dehydrating celery, then grinding it to a powder using a spice grinder or dry blender.

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