100 Days to Health – Day 026 | Listen to the Messages

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100 Days to Health - Day 026 | Listen to the Messages

Week 4 –  Day 26 Messages

Tip for the Day

You can eat candy or fries, if you still feel like it. In time, as you learn to listen to your body, your taste buds will change, and, as your cells begin to receive nutrients they need, they will stop sending frantic messages to your brain that you need to eat!! Amazingly, you will find yourself not being controlled by food!

Fruit is certainly not the only plant food you should be eating. Vegetables and grains have their place too. Vegetables are also alkaline in our bloodstreams. Research has shown that the higher the alkaline environment in the brain, the higher the IQ. Eat more alkaline forming foods to create a higher alkaline environment in the body – you’ll be smarter!

Alkaline forming foods are all fruit and vegetables, millet (a grain) and almond nuts. the rest of our food is acidic in varying degrees. Just eat more alkaline foods and less acid-forming foods, the steps you are following will do this naturally, no need to measure or weigh food!

This week, by adding one fruit meal to your diet, you will be helping your body create a more alkaline environment, which is the key to perfect health.


“A tree is known by it’s fruit, a man by his deeds. 

A good deed is never lost, he who sows courtesy reaps friendship and he plants kindness gathers love.” 

- Saint Basil

Recipe for the Day

Best Ever Quick Tomato Soup

12 -15 tomatoes, very ripe

2 sweet potatoes or yams

6 carrots

3 tsp natural vegetable stock – MSG free

Fresh basil

Mary-Ann’s Organic Seasoning Salt, to taste

A pinch of nutmeg powder

1 cup cream, organic and double thick organic cream or quarter cup raw cashews, blended with 1 cup water with Mary-Ann’s Garlic & Herb salt and a pinch of mustard powder – blend well and add in place of fresh cream

Chop the vegetables coarsely, then add and simmer gently until soft. Blend until smooth. Mix the cream and fresh basil in by hand. Serve with a swirl of olive oil on top of the soup.


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