Raw chocolate

Raw chocolate This is a quick, easy recipe to make your own home-made raw chocolate. You can add your own ingredients to flavor the chocolate. Raw cacao powder is made from ground cacao beans. Depending on the soil where it was grown, the farmer’ s practices, and the processing, raw cacao powder can have abundant …

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For sailing

Recipes for sailing You cannot satisfy everybody. On a boat, at close quarters, if the sleeping and the eating arrangements are harmonious, then it is possible to have harmony among the crew. With this in mind, I advocate preparing meals according to the ABO blood type. If this idea is new to you, it may …

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What I would take if …

What I would take if … I am not a doctor. This does not prohibit me from writing what I would take myself, if I felt weak, inflamed, or discomfort in certain parts of my body. I am selling nothing listed here, and nothing works for everybody. A low dose for one person may be …

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Carob brownies

Carob adds a sweet taste to brownies vaguely similar to chocolate. Unlike chocolate, carob has no caffeine nor theobromine, but it does have calcium and other nutrients. If you are sensitive to chocolate, carob is a healthy substitute. I also add ginger and stevia for flavor.   Brownies – without sugar, dairy, and wheat


Forum – “Health Food Conspiracy” club This is a private club for members to exchange information only. Is this to be a community with groups and activity streams (messages from members), or is it to be organized by topics (food combining, acid-alkaline balance, blood type eating, and on on), or both?


Cancel membership in “Health Food Conspiracy” club This option is to cancel membership at any time after the first month, including the courses, videoconferences, and online forum. Cancellation is to require a brief text with evaluation or constructive criticism.  

Why skip seed oils?

Why skip seed oils? How? Overview Seed oils refer to oils that are heat-treated, processed, and deodorized. This includes canola, corn, cottonseed, soy, peanut, sesame, rice bran, and sunflower oils. They are also commonly known as “vegetable oils” or industrial oils. They are not “heart healthy“. They were originally used to make soap. Later, they …

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Order confirmation

Order confirmation An order confirmation page is generated by the membership plugin, Paid Memberships Pro, but is an order confirmation not to be emailed to the customer who paid? The sequence from the customer’s point of view, offer, selection, checkout, confirmation, and log in is to be specified here.

Access restricted

Access restricted This is the message to be displayed, if someone goes to a post or a page this is limited to members. This is displayed on the menu for planning and discussion.  

Billing information

Billing information A billing information page is to be generated by the membership plugin, Paid Memberships Pro. This is to be specified.


Invoice An invoice page is to be generated by the membership plugin, Paid Memberships Pro, including: billing in € VAT (and exemption with a valid VAT number) name and address of the customer This is to be marked Paid and emailed me to the customer after the collection (and is only displayed on this menu …

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Why? Would you like to reach a healthy weight, naturally? What if you could learn how to forget about calories? You can lose weight effortlessly by changing your eating habits. How? You can start to personalize your nutrition in three steps. It’s NOT about a “diet”, it’s NOT about supplements, and it’s vegan-agnostic. It’s about …

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Comparison of weight loss service offers There are many other offers of weight loss and natural health services. Some of them offer excellent information about health via food. A few are designed or endorsed by medical doctors. They include books, websites, online courses, offline courses, conferences, some unnconventional medical doctors, and so on. Different from …

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Counseling This level of membership includes personal, individual coaching in person (in Belgium) or remotely by videoconference, weekly, for thirty minutes. The purpose of this is to listen to the customer, her goals, her passions, and her struggles. Online bookings? How to record progress and results? What plugins or techniques to use to make books …

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myMealPlan This is for Counseling members only to : to formulate meal plans and to compile shopping lists.   This is to apply the ideas of health via food to the individual and to seasonal, locally available, preferably unprocessed and organic foods. The suggestion is to modify habits gradually, step-by-step, meal after meal.


myFavorites This option is for individual Workshop and Counseling members to store their favorite recipes in their browser. The idea is to apply the ideas of health via food and to adapt recipes and ingredients to the person for their health via their food. For example, all of the recipes exclude refined sugar, cow’s dairy, …

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Checkout (order & collect/pay)

Checkout -> Order and collect/pay Example -> checkout and collect/pay page, using PMP Pro Possible examples – Weight Watchers Push40Fitness Simply Real Life Healthmeans   others – ? how to keep checkout on the same site ? ? – option to choose membership level (Workshop or Counseling) on Checkout post/page or on previous screen …

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Beans ragout

Bean ragout There are many possible variations of beans with vegetables. For example, you can substitute lentils for beans. Bhavana Patil, from Harihar, a small town in Karnataka, India, publishes her list of healthy lentil and bean recipes on her blog, Indian Veggie Delight. My healthy vegan friend Francis gave me this recipe for beans …

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Rice pilaf

Rice pilaf My healthy vegan friend Francis gave me this recipe. He often cooks himself rice with vegetables, starting with Camargue rice, red rice from the Camargue region of France. This rice may have certain nutrients or minerals that make it particularly nutritious for him and popular with many others. Be aware that both brown …

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Oatmeal This recipe includes oats, healthy nuts or seeds, and spices. This recipe is not strict. You can vary the ingredients. For example, you could substitute: buckwheat, millet, or quinoa for the oats, pumpkin seeds, hemp seeds, walnuts, or almonds for the flax seeds, ginger or clove for the cinnamon, and good-quality raw honey or …

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Omelet (or sauté)

Omelet (or sauté) This recipe includes mushrooms, onions, and either eggs, fish, chicken, liver, turkey, or beef, sautéed in coconut oil or butter, with spices added, such as fenugreek, cumin, coriander, cayenne, and garlic. Both the onions and the mushrooms grow in the ground, where they can easily absorb any contaminants in the soil, so …

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Steamed vegetables

Steamed vegetables Many vegetables you can eat raw, of course, especially leafy vegetables, such as spinach, chard, kale, carrots, and celery. Root vegetables or starchy vegetables, such as broccoli, cauliflower, sweet potatoes, parsnips, and turnips, are much easier for many people to digest, if they are cooked, either boiled with soup, baked, stir-fried, or steamed. …

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Green smoothie

A green smoothie can be a starter or a full meal. You can make a green smoothie for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. The green vegetables, such as spinach, chard, or kale, have chlorophyll, which is the “blood” of the plant. Magnesium, which is at the center of chlorophyll. makes the chlorophyll green in a similar …

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Recipes – index

Recipes – index Most of these recipes are quick, easy, nourishing, and inexpensive. They use common ingredients, foods, herbs, and spices available in Europe and North America.  No special equipment is required, except a knife, a cutting board, a potato peeler, a blender, a pot, a steamer basket, a frying pan (cast iron or stainless …

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