Are You Blasting a Wide Variety of Foods ? Any Questions?

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Wally Bishop
Joined: 10/17/2012

I would love to be of service to help you! Do you have any question about diet and lifestyle that I can help with. The NutriBullet is a great tool to assist with weight loss and health. It can change your life.

It's important to get a variety of vegetables, fruits, legumes, nuts and seeds in your diet. Plant food proved a bounty of nutrition such as vitamins, minerals, essential fatty acids, enzymes and antioxidants that help our bodies function optimally and heal.

We tend to forget that fat is very important for our body, but they need to be the healthy fats like those found in plants. Nuts and seeds, avocados, olives, olive oil, coconut oil and the oil in cocao are really good for us. Many whole grains are also rich in healthy fats. Fats are required for cell wall health, energy and to make hormones. They also act as antioxidants in many instances. Vitamins A, D, E and K are fat soluble meaning they are stored in our fat and found in dietary fats.  Fats also help with the absorption of certain nutrients.

Don't get stuck in a rut! Make sure your NutriBlast and diet are full of variety and color!

 

Healthy Wishes

Wally Bishop C.N.C.

 

Thank you, Wally Bishop! I find you to be quite the source of inspiration and good, concrete advice. Since you asked, can you recommend good veggies/boosts for liver cleansing? I also try to minimize my fruit use due to concerns re: candida -- but I must say I do enjoy some berries and citrus.
Yasiss thank you for the kind words! I really appreciate them. The following foods will help the liver detoxify. They should all be organic. Algae like spirulina and chlorella are very cleansing as are apples, milk thistle, dandelion, flax seed (omega 3's), olive oil, red onions, beets, broccoli, cabbage, Brussels sprouts, lemons and limes, garlic, artichoke, asparagus, kale, grapefruit, rice bran, green tea and walnuts. Avocados are rich in glutathione which helps the liver detox and repair. Turmeric also helps boost liver function and helps improve gallbladder function. Artichoke and asparagus are very powerful detoxers but don't taste very good in a blast. Milk thistle is also a very good supporting and cleansing herb for the liver. I would mix spirulina, flax seed, rice bran, walnuts, lemon, dandelion, kale, avocado, beets, fresh brewed green tea as the base liquid and stevia and or raw honey if needed. the next blast I would use the same base with some of the other foods. If you regularly include some of these they will continue to provide the liver cleansing support. Always seek professional health care advise from a qualified professional if you have health issues and keep your doctor informed of any changes to your diet and lifestyle. From a fruit stand point berries, apples, lemons, limes, grapefruits, peaches, and plums are higher in fiber and lower in sugar. I hope this helps. Healthy Wishes Wally Bishop C.N.C.
i saw in the healing book somewhere and now i can't find these spices and vinegars and oils but i just can't find where i read it in the healing book any help please would be helpful. what page it might be on. i remember a few cayanne, cinomin, apple cider vinegar, turimic and there were more spices and oils and vinegars, please help if you can. thanks
She11ey wrote: i saw in the healing book somewhere and now i can't find these spices and vinegars and oils but i just can't find where i read it in the healing book any help please would be helpful. what page it might be on. i remember a few cayanne, cinomin, apple cider vinegar, turimic and there were more spices and oils and vinegars, please help if you can. thanks
The only thing I can think of that you might be referring to is the section called "The Path to Improved Vitality and Longer Life!" on page 34 and 35 of your User Guide and Recipe book. Hopefully that's what you were looking for :)