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November 13, 2020
When I found out that nuts and seeds needed to be “sprouted” I had to try it. The process of sprouting them provides them with a roasted flavor that makes them taste buttery, crunchy and delicious. In addition to that, they’re better digested and their nutrients are maximized for better absorption and utilization by our bodies.
Nuts and seeds have natural enzymes and chemicals, such as phytic acid and enzyme inhibitors that help protect them against possible predators and also serve to keep the seed safe until it’s ready to germinate under the right conditions.
Phytic acid in large quantities may bind with other nutrients in the body, keeping them from being absorbed properly. This is one of the reasons it’s important to soak and sprout nuts and seeds before ingesting them.
When seeds and nuts sprout they release amino acids, making them more nutritious and bioavailable. Depending on the nut, you may not see the sprouts (i.e. pecans, walnuts), but the process is happening internally. It’s easier to see the sprouting process when you use seeds like pumpkin or sunflower.
Adding salt to the soaking water may also help activate the enzymes that deactivate the enzyme inhibitors in the nuts and seeds. If using a good quality Himalayan or Celtic salt, it will add good flavor and contribute important minerals to your diet.
Keep in mind that different nuts require different soaking times. The harder nuts like almonds will require longer soaking time (12 hrs) vs the smaller seeds like sunflower or pumpkin (4 hrs.) with pecans and walnuts (6-8 hrs.)
1 lb. raw organic pecans
1 quart purified water
1 Tbsp. celtic or Himalayan salt (optional)
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September 02, 2020
August 07, 2020
In this article I discuss a summary of the stress management techniques that have helped me on my road to recovery from chronic stress and adrenal dysfunction. If this topic is of interest to you, keep reading until the end, where I discuss 7 specific techniques and tools to help you deal with chronic stress and anxiety.
July 25, 2020
Feeling tired and stressed all the time, not able to catch up on lost sleep, “crashing” on the couch at night after dinner and constantly feeling overwhelmed and out of energy could be red flags for a condition called “adrenal fatigue”.
Although conventional medicine does not recognize this as a medical condition, millions of Americans experience the above symptoms and continue to struggle with a condition that leaves them unsupported and lost.
The good news is that this condition is treatable and reversible. Let’s take a look at what you can do to reclaim your life.
If this is of interest to you be sure to read ‘til the end...