Fruits, Veggies And Seeds: Author To Promote Plant-Based Diet in … – Wyckoff-Franklin Lakes Daily Voice

RAMSEY, N.J. – Interested in learning about the health effects of eating a plant-based diet?

Then Ramsey’s Karen Ranzi is the speaker for you.

Ranzi, a plant-based health coach and author on two books about nutrition, said she was able to heal her son from asthma about 20 years ago by changing his diet. Since then, she has been on a mission to teach others about the benefits of diets rich in fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds.

“I see that it makes people happier. It changes lives. It heals. It helps people gain confidence,” Ranzi told Daily Voice.

Ranzi has shared her message all over the world, in places like Russia, England and Australia. Lucky for Bergen County residents, this month she will be conducting a pair of free presentations closer to home.

Ranzi will be speaking at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Oakland Public Library, 2 Municipal Plaza, and at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 13 at the Ramsey Free Public Library, 30 Wyckoff Ave.

Ranzi, who raised two children as raw vegans, is author of the book “Raw Vegan Recipe Fun for Families: 115 Easy Recipes and Health Tips for Energetic Living,” as well as “Creating Healthy Children: Through Attachment Parenting and Raw Foods.”

She also operates the New Jersey Raw Food Support Network, a group with about 2,500 subscribers whom she updates on events, speakers and her plant-based coaching classes. She currently is offering one of those classes for a group women who meet weekly to make recipes like raw lasagna and zucchini linguini with marinara sauce.

Rose Curry, adult program coordinator at the Oakland Public Library, is looking forward to having Ranzi speak. “I think that people are very much into the whole raw food movement for the nutrient value of foods like that, and I think this program is timely,” Curry said.

Those wishing to attend the program in Oakland can register online at or by calling 201-337-3742. Those with questions about the presentation in Ramsey, can call Debbie Barnette at 201-327-1445.

For more information on Ranzi, visit or

Why I Gave Up FullyRaw and DON’T Recommend Raw Food Diets

Why I Gave Up FullyRaw and DON’T Recommend Raw Food Diets
Legit Nutrition Hawaii

Now is the time to take responsibility for your health and well being… because, as proven, no one’s going to do it for you. Especially not your doctor.

Questions about Weight Loss, Calories, Nutrition, and Exercise??? Check out my Weight Loss Series:

Your best health and happiest self is achievable through a healthy lifestyle, centering around a Whole, High-Carb, Plant foods, and is only achievable if you stop the excuses, cut the bullshit, and commit to your health as an important priority.

Then we can also acknowledge our inherent responsibility to protect our environment (currently being decimated by animal agriculture: the leading cause of green house gas emissions) and speak up for those who can’t speak for themselves: the billions of sentient beings who are tortured and slaughtered every year. YOUR CHOICES MATTER.


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High Carb, Low Fat, Low Protein, Plant Based.

If you have any questions, please explore the links below, or feel free to contact me in the comments section!

Essential Documentaries:
Forks Over Knives:
Earthlings Documentary:
Speciesism Movie:

Plant Powered Doctors:
Dr. Pamela Popper:
Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine:
Dr. John McDougall:
The China Study/Dr. T Colin Campbell:
Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn:

Animal Rights:
Meet Your Meat:
Animal Welfare:

Additional Resources:

(excellent info, recipes can be high in fat)

Top 10: Healthy restaurants and cafés in London – Business Review Europe

With news that the Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has been trying to ‘name and shame’ restaurants offering indulgent desserts as part of the government’s war on obesity, we take a look at 10 of the best healthy restaurant and café businesses currently in London.

All food from The Detox Kitchen is completely free from wheat, dairy and refined sugar and all of the vegetables used are Grade 1 and 80 percent are grown in the UK, the fish used is sustainably farmed, all the meat used is free range from British farmers and they also don’t use any preservatives in their food. Their food is ideal for vegetarians and vegans and perfect for people who like clean-eating and detoxing.

“I believe that all food should be tempting and pleasurable to eat. This is at the heart of how we cook at the Detox Kitchen. First we aim to please the taste buds then we let the ingredients work their magic on your health and well-being.”

The Detox Kitchen has more than one location in London, it has delis on King Street and Mortimer Street and ‘grab & go’ ranges in Selfridges on Oxford Street and Covent Garden. It also has an online ordering service where it plans, puts together and then sends out meals and detox plans to you. They have two delivery windows to make sure that packages arrive at the best convenience for their customers.

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Tanya’s Café is located in the heart of Chelsea and in Parson’s Green and it sells a completely organic menu. Tanya (who is a holistic coach), initially opened the café when she realised that there weren’t many choices for a raw or organic meal in the city.

Tanya’s Café has the only bar in Europe that mixes organic spirits with superfoods and cold-pressed juices.

Tanya’s Café only sells products that are completely raw, plant based, hand-picked, organically grown, ethically sourced, natural, gluten free and free from refined sugar and dairy products. The menu contains a selection of milks such as My Sweet Surrender (Raw cacao, activated almond milk, medicine flower extract, agave nectar, pink salt and vanilla) and food such as Avo Un-Toast (Nourishing soft dehydrated onion bread with avocado and chilli flakes), classic dishes like Lasagne and Soup of the Day.

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Nama is situated on Notting Hill and is a raw food restaurant. They offer raw food courses, catering, raw food cleanses, juice cleanses, and all different kinds of information about living a raw food lifestyle.

Foods that they sell include an Italian Pizza with seed cheese, caramelised onions and marinated mushrooms with a courgette and walnut base. Nama also sells day-by-day raw juice cleanses, smoothies and health foods including wraps, salads and pastas.

“Our sole aim is promoting wellbeing through nutrition. We believe in harnessing the power of natural food to create balanced, nourishing, life-enriching dishes that help you to attain greater levels of health, in both body and mind.”

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The Good Life Eatery is situated in Chelsea and Marylebone. They’re known for their simple foods that are very uncomplicated with their focus being “Simple. Clean. Fresh”. All the products that they sell can also be taken away or delivered to your door.

The Good Like Eatery was the first café that stocked cold-pressed juice. They make their juices with a custom made hydraulic press which extracts all of the vitamins, enzymes and minerals from the fruits and vegetables without losing any flavour or nutritious benefit. Juices that they sell include 100 percent Raw Coconut H2O, Pineapple Immunity, Dr. Green Love, Drink Your Salad and many more varieties.

Dishes at The Good Life Eatery include Matcha Me! (matcha chia seed pudding, homemade GF granola, coconut yogurt, homemade almond brittle, banana, and raspberry), So Fresh and So Clean (poached eggs, quinoa, kale, roasted sweet potato, omega seeds and basil cashew cream), Skinny Royal (poached eggs, smoked salmon, saffron yogurt, chives on whole grain or wheat free rye) and loads more.

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Farmer J’s is located at 107 Leadenhall Street. 90 percent of the food they sell is made on-site. The beef in their meals is prime meat and the ingredients used in the kitchen are all seasonal and sourced from quality high-welfare farms.

Food choices at Farmer J’s include the Acai Energy Bowl (Served with mixed fruit, almond milk, oats and coconut), Chicken and Avocado Sandwich (Grilled Free Range Chicken, Mayo, Cayenne Pepper, Avocado, Cucumber and Red Onion) and Roasted Sea Trout which is seasoned with Tamari and topped with Salsa Verde. The company also offers office catering around London.

Farmer J’s also has a wide variety of Smoothies and juices such as their Berry Protein Fuel (Almond Milk, Mixed Berries, Hemp Protein, Banana, Honey and Coconut Oil) and their Hail Kale Shake (Coconut Water, Pineapple, Apple, Kale, Ginger & Lemon) all of which are very popular.

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Raw Press opened in 2014. They have a café in the Wolf & Badger store in Mayfair and also have a juice ‘outlet’ in the Wolf & Badger store in Notting Hill.

All of their juices are raw, organic and cold-pressed. The cafés have a warm and inviting interior and have newspapers for you to browse through and free Wi-Fi.

They also offer a delivery service delivering raw food detox packages straight to your door.

“The Coffee & Mylk is wicked before a workout.” – Professor Green

“The Almond Mylk is one of the best things I’ve ever tasted; absolutely incredible.” – Ella Woodward or Deliciously Ella

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Juicebaby is situated in the borough of Chelsea and sells organic foods and a variety of healthy juices. They also offer a food-to-go service so you can even have healthy food to take away with you.

They have a variety of juices on sale such as; Green Easy (Pineapple, cucumber, celery, seasonal leafy greens, lemon), Beet Boy (Carrot, beetroot, apple, lemon), Autumn Gold (Seasonal sweet apple) and many more. They also have a selection of milks such as Vanilla Almond and Creamy Cacao and you can also purchase ginger and Aloe Vera shots.

All of Juicebaby’s foods and drinks are handmade and they never pasteurise, water down or add sugar to any of their juices. They also don’t use dairy, eggs, gluten, soy, chemical additives or preservatives of any kind. They also don’t use cartons or cans, or serve any animal products as they want to encourage the consumption of plant-based foods.

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Grill Market was opened in 2014 and has stores in Holborn and Chelsea. The healthy café

Food sold at the Grill Market is ideal for people who want to eat healthily. Options include the Seared Steak & Caramelised Onions, the Harissa Marinated Halloumi and the Vegan Pesto Stuffed Field Mushrooms. They also sell drinks such as their Skin Enhancer (Avocado, apple, lime and ginger), Alkaliser (Kiwi, celery, lime, spinach and cucumber) and Green and Clean (Vegan protein, spinach, lime and cucumber). There are two different menus for the two different locations. So the food you get in Holborn will be different to the food on offer in Chelsea.

Grill Market also does an office delivery service and their Chelsea store is available on Deliveroo.

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Rude Health Café is located in Fulham on New King’s Road and is ideal for vegans, vegetarians and people who enjoy clean-eating. The café is London-based and was co-founded and led by Nick and Camilla Barnard.

The café only uses ingredients that normal everyday people would find in their kitchens. They don’t use anything artificial, nothing refined, no thickeners, stabilisers, sweeteners, preservatives, colourings, flavourings or any other additives.

Each of their drinks contain just five ingredients or less and are made with 100 percent  organic ingredients.

The menu at Rude Health Café changes every day so every time you go in, you’ll see and be able to try something new. They always have a Porridge of the Week on offer along with a selection of healthy toasts (such as sourdough and avocado) and cereals.

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SHOT was founded by Asad Naqvi and Rahil Malik. It serves super quick, cleanly cooked food from their healthy eating spot in the city located on Bride Lane.

Everything that is sold at SHOT is made fresh on-site by their team of chefs and they do not add an item into the ingredients of a product unless it has proven benefits to your health. Their menu is 85 percent raw and 15 percent minimally processed ingredients.

SHOT only uses natural sugars, they don’t add any refined sugar into their products and they also only use clean cooking methods (grilling, steaming, stewing and water-bath cooking) with absolutely no cooking with oil.

They ensure that the meat and fish that is used in their dishes is non-GMO, hormone-free, antibiotic free and 100 percent traceable.

Items on their menu include Corgetti Noodle Salad, Chicken Hummus Wrap, Salmon Nori Wrap and many more food options as well as a variety of smoothies such as their Energy Smoothie as well as many different types such as Beauty, Protein and Endurance.

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Ester Marsh column: Can I eat healthy yet still have my forbidden foods? – Salisbury Post

The other day, someone told me that they could never be a health nut because they weren’t able to eat healthy all the time. So what do we see as a “health nut”? Most health nuts prefer to only eat foods that are either organic or foods that are produced without pesticides, chemical preservatives and GMOs (genetically modified organisms). Fruits and vegetables such as zucchini, sugar beets and corn have a high risk to be genetically modified, just to name a few.

That’s why I love to eat food that grow in my own garden. I know exactly what vegetables I plant, what I put on them and how I fertilize them (another reason why it’s great to have horses!) A health nut focuses on high consumption of fruits and vegetables and a low consumption of red meat and fatty foods. Raw foods and grains are preferred to processed or refined foods. They like to get their protein from fish, dairy (for some) and nuts. Salt, pepper, sugar, coffee, caffeinated beverages and alcohol are discouraged. Then, throw regular exercise on top of that and you can call yourself a health nut.

I believe there are different levels of being a health nut. Some will absolutely stick to their plan and never veer off and be perfectly happy with it. Some, like myself, like to challenge their taste buds and eat processed foods. My personal philosophy is that if you never eat junk food or abstain from wine, beer or coffee, life sure seems longer! Of course, there are people that, due to health conditions, have to be on an extremely strict diet. A diet that has been recommended by a doctor and is set up by a registered dietitian is very important to stick to.

For people who want to better their eating habits but also want to be able to live and enjoy “forbidden” foods once in a while, the following works for me:

First of all, I really try to stick with the serving sizes recommended by the USDA. Your intake level depends on your age, sex and activity level. The website I often recommend is . This free site will give you helpful information and can also calculate your calorie needs.


For the grains (yes, your body needs carbohydrates), eat about 6 servings of grains a day. Make at least half of your grains whole. (And one big bowl of cereal is not just one serving.) A six-inch sub can actually be 4-6 servings of grains.

For the vegetables (and I have never met anyone who gained weight on just vegetables), try to eat five serving sizes per day. Eat more dark green veggies like broccoli, spinach and dark green lettuce and orange vegetables like carrots and sweet potatoes. And watch what you put on your salad such as bacon, cheese, croutons and dressing — these things can be high in fat and calories.

For our fruits, eat 2-4 servings per day, choosing a variety of fruits and pick the fresh ones that are in season. Go easy on fruit juices.

For our milk group, shoot for 3-4 servings. Go low fat or fat free when you choose milk, yogurt and other milk products. If you can’t tolerate milk products, choose lactose free and/or calcium fortified foods and beverages. Many people have switched and love the almond milk and coconut milk.

This country loves its meats. Huge serving sizes of meat on just one sub or sandwich is very normal here and puts us way over our daily recommended serving size of 2-3 servings (one serving of meat should be the size of your palm of your hand). Bake, broil or grill, and choose low-fat meats and poultry and vary your protein intake with fish, beans, peas, nuts and seeds.

I really try to get in all my food groups with the correct serving sizes. It is all about awareness of what you are putting into your body. I will have ice cream (just not very often). I will eat ribs, loaded baked potato and steamed veggies (once in a while). I use less butter and oil and make food tasty with herbs and spices. I do own a fryer but have only used it when my family is here. The Dutch love their fries! A healthy variety of foods, low fat yet very tasty, adequate serving sizes and a calorie intake your body will burn again (if you want to stay the same weight) is not a horrible life sentence you just have been given. It is the recipe for feeling and looking great! And, of course, an occasional piece of cheesecake is definite part of this “not a health nut” lifestyle. I just love to be healthy.

Ester H Marsh Associate Executive Director JF Hurley family YMCA



Top 10 Protein Foods List – Know the Best Protein-Rich Foods You Should Eat

Protein is essential in building muscles, restoring and replacing tissues, and maintaining a healthy immune and hormonal system. For people who are physically active, more protein is needed in their diets. The following list contains the top foods that are the best sources of protein.

Protein-rich foods for vegetarian athletes:

1. Cowpeas and leafy tips that are cooked and drained (may be added with salt)
2. Raw and fresh egg whites
3. Cheeses such as cottage cheese, non-creamed cheese, dry cheese, and non-fat cheese
4. Dried seaweed and spirulina
5. Extra-Firm or Silken-Lite Mori-Nu Tofu
6. Soy sauce from tamari
7. Low-fat, 1% milk-fat cottage cheese
8. Lite-Firm Mori-Nu Tofu
9. Raw pumpkin leaves
10. Nuts and seeds such as cashew nuts, walnuts, and almonds

The following are the top 10 animal-based and plant-based protein foods:

1. Red meat such as beef, pork, and liver
2. White meat such as chicken and fish
3. Eggs and dairy products such as:
a. Hard cheeses including Parmesan
b. Soft cheeses such as Mozzarella, Brie, and Camembert
c. Medium cheeses such as cheddar and Swiss
d. Yogurt
e. Cottage cheese
f. Milk
g. Eggs
4. Legumes – These are edible dried beans (seedpods) such as chickpeas, flagelot beans, kidney beans, split beans, haricot beans, and lentils. They are rich sources of protein.
5. Nuts and seeds – Over the years, nuts and seeds have been among the best sources of protein. Examples of nuts are almonds, cashew nuts, peanuts, and walnuts. These can be served chopped, raw, or roasted.
6. Cereals and food grains – Eating protein-rich cooked grains promotes muscle building.
7. Algae – A type of seaweed, spirulina is among the best protein-rich foods there are.
8. Fruits – With today’s technology, fruits can be eaten canned, frozen, or dried. Regardless of how they are prepared, fruits are still nutritious and included in the list of protein-rich foods.
9. Vegetables – Laden with protein, vitamins, and minerals, vegetables are known to be among the best foods for staying healthy.
10. Seitan – Seitan is a meat substitute. It is prepared from whole-wheat flour mixed with sufficient amount of water, kneaded and rinsed in water, expelling starch and bran. The protein is simmered in a soya sauce to become seitan. Seitan broth can be added as flavoring.

BODY BLITZ: Rita Ora goes raw to get ripped! – NW online

Singer, actress, America’s Next Top Model host – whatever role she’s taking on, Brit star Rita Ora looks amazing doing it!

But girlfriend don’t need no Spanx to keep her figure so fine – Rita says it’s all down to her uber-healthy lifestyle.

“When I’ve been really good with my body – no alcohol, no late nights, watching my diet, drinking water… I start feeling like a superhero!” Rita, 25, reveals. She’s also devoted to her raw-food diet, and has been spotted munching on snacks like uncooked kale. So what are the benefits of going raw?

We followed Rita’s lead…

rita ora

Credit: Instagram

What is it?
The diet involves avoiding food cooked above 40°C. “[This] retains the enzymes and nutrients, so food is easier to digest, which frees up more energy for exercise and other fun things!” says raw-food chef Ames Starr (

“Raw foods in their natural state are also much more nutrient-dense than the processed foods many of us are accustomed to eating, so your body is nourished by less food.”

How does it work?
“You’ll boost your intake of vitamins, minerals, fibre and phytochemicals (plant antioxidants) from your fresh uncooked fruit, vegetables and salads as cooking can reduce levels of heat-sensitive vitamins such as vitamin C, vitamin B1 and folate,” explains dietitian Catherine Saxelby.

“[Plus] you’ll be eating big on volume but low in calories… Good for weight loss.” However, there are some cons with adhering to a raw diet. “While cooking lowers some nutrients, it can increase the bio-availability of others, like beta-carotene in carrots and pumpkin and lycopene in tomatoes,” says Catherine.

“[And heat] kills bacteria, which helps you avoid food poisoning.”

What can you eat?
While it’s a tricky diet to follow long-term, you’ll likely get your five-a-day eating raw fruit, veg, sashimi, nuts, seeds, nut butters, nut milks, fermented foods, sun-dried tomatoes and capsicums, raw cacao and cold-pressed oils.

What’s out? Anything cooked, including staples like bread and dairy, plus coffee and quinoa. “A 100 per cent raw diet doesn’t suit everyone,” says Ames. “Make sure you’re getting enough protein, and don’t overdo it on the nuts and sweeteners.”

Read on to see how you can channel your raw power…


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Dangerous Foods For Dogs, What You MUST Know If You Love Your Pet

It would blow your mind if you really knew how many foods are dangerous for dogs.

Sure, we have all heard over and over again not to overfeed your dog. Many otherwise loving pet owners are just unaware of just how many varieties of our "people" food that is perilous, if not deadly to your dog.

For starters, let's look at garlic and onions. I do not know about you but these are required ingredients in almost all of my cooking, especially Italian cuisine and they are terrific for our health. However, these veggies can have a devastating effect on your dog's health. A dog's constitution can only handle a very small dose of these, ideally it is best if they had none at all.

I do not know about you, but I grew up with the little "raisin-maid" raisin girl and to this day it is my favorite element to any trail mix I eat. Also, any type of grapes, either red or green, is a regular part of my healthy diet. As these are beneficial and healthy for us and a preferred snack I give to my kids but, they are very bad for our dog's health.

Did you know that raw pork is also a very dangerous food for your dog. If they ingest any of this raw meat they can quite possibly acquire an incurable diseased digestive condition. If you really need to give them pork, you can over cook it or freeze it for at least 3 weeks to make it safe and no longer a dangerous food for your dog.

It is also imperative that you never feed your dog avocados as the seed, flesh, and skin are all poisonous for dogs.

Macadamia nuts are one of the most dangerous foods for dogs. Also, most other forms of nuts are questionable and a loving pet owner would be responsible to avoid all together.

At the top of the list is Chocolate! Most of us know that this deliciously deadly food is severely toxic to our dogs and should never be given to your friend as it is the most dangerous of all foods for your dog.

Now, this may be the most controversial dangerous food for your dog of all. That food is bones. I know you are saying to yourself that bones are a natural treat for dogs. That bones are what they might eat if they were wild. How can it be possible that bones are toxic to dogs? Let me just say that "raw" bones are great for your dogs health and are actually good for your dog. However, "cooked" bones are out. The problem with cooked bones is that they can easily splinter and cause internal lacerations to their digestive tract, not good! So, stop giving your dogs a cooked bone. If you are grilling that steak, then take the time ahead of time and cut the bone out first prior to cooking. If that is too much to do, then just get a boneless sirloin or NY Strip without the bone.

I am hopeful that you may have learned a thing or two in regards to dangerous foods for your dog and that it will prevent any future harm to your loving pet. I did not know these facts until it was too late as I lost my darling "Daisy" the bloodhound just last year from toxic overload of her liver, which was already weakened from when she got into something bad as a pup. May you follow this advice and be blessed with a long and healthy relationship with your dog.

Gisele Bündchen Loosens Grip On Tom Brady’s Controlling Diet Plan: Supermodel Relaxes To Avoid Divorce? – Celebrity Dirty Laundry

Gisele Bündchen Loosens Grip On Tom Brady’s Controlling Diet Plan: Supermodel Relaxes To Avoid Divorce?

Is Gisele Bundchen loosening up when it comes to her husband Tom Brady and the couple’s strict marriage rules? That’s what fans can’t help but wonder as the Brazilian supermodel was spotted by the paparazzi eating junk food with her NFL superstar husband during their vacation in Italy this week.

Both Gisele Bundchen and Tom Brady are known for the hard work and dedication they put into maintaining their almost perfect bodies. After all, Gisele has long been considered one of the sexiest supermodels in the world while Tom Brady also a talented quarterback with several Super Bowl wins behind him. And even though the couple is very strict with their raw diet – which includes 80 percent vegetables and 20 percent lean meats – it looks like they are making some major changes to how they approach their meals. Or are they doing it to save their marriage?

After all, there’s only so many ‘rules’ someone like Tom Brady can take, especially being married to a high-maintenance woman like Gisele Bundchen. This is the same woman who boasted of making her husband pancakes the day after she gave birth to her first child and, of course, shamed other mothers for not breastfeeding their children enough. As far as Gisele is concerned, she wants the public to see her life as perfect, and that includes the way both her husband and children look, too.

But are Gisele’s strict rules causing friction for the married couple? Is the Brazilian model’s obsession with perfection putting distance between her husband and her? Of course, only Tom and Gisele know, but for now it looks like Gisele has no choice but to give Tom the freedom he wants and deserves, especially when it comes to eating cheat meals like French fries and dessert during their vacation. The last thing Gisele wants is for her Tom to have one foot out the door, as it would only shatter the well-curated public image of a happy marriage and happy family that she’s worked on for so long.

Tell us CDL readers, what do you think? Is Gisele Bundchen finally giving Tom Brady a little room to breathe in their marriage? Is the supermodel loosening her grip on him? Or has Tom finally put his foot down? Let us know what you think by dropping us a line in our comments section below!

Image credit to Tom Brady // via Instagram


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Electromagnetic Charges in Food!

"Taking in foods that take away more energy than they provide will lower Your bodies ability to deal with the natural processes of Digestion, assimilation and elimination."

Our bodies operate on a subtle electromagnetic current. Nerve signals are in fact electrical charges-your brain, heart, and all organs emit and create a Field of electrical current.

Your body's cells communicate with each other with pulses of Electricity. When we eat food our body breaks down the food particles into there Smallest size (COLLOIDS). A colloid is the smallest possible form of nutrient particle (generally – The size ranges from .01 to .00001 of a micron in diameter).

Then these nutrient particles are then carried to our cells through an Electrical charge. When you are choosing something to eat for high Energy, remember foods like fast foods, processed foods have low energy Frequencies, we are not providing the body with the electrical energy it Needs. By doing this we are requiring our body to exhaust electrical nerve Energy To run the digestive system to break down the food in your body.

This Basically means that the food that we are eating actually is taking more Energy than it is giving.

(The energy and foods we consume is measured In Megahertz, MHz)

Megahertz is a technical name for the electrical frequency charge Around Food. The foods we eat must be living and energetically – alive foods that Carry the proper nutrients to our cells and our body. If not we will become tired and sick.

Your probably asking yourself what percentage of energy (MHz) do I need in my food to become and stay healthy.

The megahertz charge range from 0 to 250 plus of MHz. Here are some Examples of the foods that we eat and the energy they provide.

Canned foods are the worst with 0 MHz, chocolate cake 1-3 MHz, Kentucky Fried chicken-3, Big Mac-5, vitamin / mineral supp 10 to 30, raw almonds 40 To 50, fruits-60 to 70, green vegetables 70 to 90. So if you want your body to be full of vibrancy and high electromagnetic Energy, (which will result in your body being able to properly Function, not to mention helping our bodies aging process as well) which foods will you try to eat ?

Eat live and water enriched foods instead of processed foods. If anyone is interested in learning more about your bodies own Electromagnetic energy there is a good book called "Sick And Tired", The Author's Name is Dr. Robert Young. I met him in Hawaii When I was at a Tony Robbins seminar.