Some say, “You are what you eat.”

Hippocrates the Pythagorean physician taught: “Let food be your medicine, and let medicine be your food.”

By that I think he meant that we should eat as much as possible of the foods that strengthen us and as little as possible of foods that weaken us.

For greatest benefit we should eat nothing that weakens us, nothing that does not strengthen us, and only foods which strengthen us.

To do that we should eat raw and cooked greens, sprouted grains, sprouted and cooked grains, nuts containing essential fatty acids such as walnuts, and flax seed or flax oil for Omega-3 fatty acids, fruit.

The challenge is to make these goods taste good enough that they can replace your old recipes.

Click here to read the recipes in Chapter 21.

My idea of a good time is to spend time in the kitchen with my goddess and create new recipes.

If you buy my book I will send you additional recipes. Send your email address and I will send you even more recipes.

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