Whole-listic Nutrition

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  • Veggies

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    Amaranth/Callaloo greens ***

    Avocado***

    Bell Peppers**

    Chayote (Mexican Squash)

    Cucumber

    Dandelion greens****

    Garbanzo beans (chick peas)

    Green Banana/Plantain(sparingly)

    Hemp

    Izote – cactus flower/ cactus leaf ****

    Kale***

    Lettuce (all, except Iceberg)

    Mushrooms  (all except Shitake)****

    Nopales – Mexican Cactus

    Okra***

    Olives

    Onions(chives, leeks,green onion)

    Poke salad –greens

    Purslane

    Sea Vegetables *****

    Squash (heirloom varieties)

    Spinach (big leaf)

    String beans

    Tomato – {cherry, plum, and heirloom varieties only}

    Tomatillo

    Turnip greens

    Watercress**

    Zucchini (heirloom variety)

  • Fruit

    We can’t harp enough on the importance of making sure that your fruit has seeds. We often get drawn into the illusion of everything being organic as being good for us. Or even that everything that grows is good for us. Both are far from the truth. There are many things that grow now that are artificial, many of which are grown organically. Seedless watermelons and grapes and oranges that you find in your local organic markets are not truly organic. How can they be natural if they don’t have seeds? How can they reproduce themselves? These too are products of laboratory creation and genetic manipulation so how can they be organic?

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    Apples (including crabapple)

    Bananas – the smallest one or Burro/manzana mid-size (original banana)

    Berries – all varieties- Elderberries in any form – except cranberries

    Cantaloupe**

    Cherries**

    Currants**

    Dates**

    Figs**

    Grapes (SEEDED)

    Limes (key limes SEEDED)

    Mango***

    Melons –SEEDED***

    Oranges (SEEDED)

    Papayas***

    Peaches

    Pears

    Pineapple (natural/ non GMO)

    Plums

    Prunes

    *Raisins* -SEEDED

    Soft Jelly Coconuts

    Soursops –Latin or West Indian markets)*****

    Sugar apples (cheremoya)

  • Grains

    It is no surprise that many people have “wheat-allergies” and many other stomach and “gut” issues. This is so because wheat, along with a majority of the other grains that we consume are not natural grains; they are hybrids of the originals created by science. This makes them acidic in nature. Natural growing grains are alkaline-based and that is why we recommend that you consume “Only” the following grains instead

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    Amaranth

    Emmer

    Kamut

    Foneo

    Quinoa

    Rye

    Spelt

    Teff

    Wild Rice/ Black Rice

  • Spices and Seasonings

    herbs

     

    Achiote

    Basil

    Bay leaf

    Cayenne

    Culantro

    Dill

    Ginger

    Marjoram

    Onion Powder

    Oregano

    Rosemary

    Tarragon

    Thyme

    Sage

  • Salty Flavors

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    Celtic Salt

    Pink Himalayan Rock Salt

    Pure Sea Salt

    Powdered Granulated Seaweed

    (Kelp/Dulce/Nori – has “sea taste”)

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