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Thursday, August 8, 2019

Coconut Oil Pulling


Coconut oil pulling is cleansing to your toxic system. 

Needed:

Tooth brush
Toothpaste
Tongue scraper
VCO
Mouth wash or colloidal silver 
Water 
Clock

Method: 

  1. Brush your teeth/scrape your tongue.
  2. Floss.
  3. Put a tablespoon of virgin coconut oil in your mouth (more or less as is comfortable for you) and swish it around. After a few seconds, the VCO will become thinner as it gets mixed with your saliva. At a certain point, it will no longer be comfortable to be kept in your mouth. Spit this into tissue then your trash can (instead of the sink so that it doesn’t clog your drain) Repeat step 3 for 15-30 minutes. 
  4. Use your mouth wash or colloidal silver as a final rinse.

The best time to do this is in the morning but I sometimes do it a different time of the day. 

I like the brand Peter Paul because it doesn’t have a weird smell, but use whichever brand you like.

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Monday, August 5, 2019

Feeling fatigued? These helped me. Let me know if things improve with you.

Sleeping early and sleeping 8 hours a day. (If I sleep 8 hours but don’t sleep early enough, it still affects me somehow. I could never be in the BPO industry!) 

No cell phones, tablets, laptops or TV in the bedroom.

Using an actual alarm clock to wake you up.

Exercising 30 min a day but preferably not in the evening.

Coconut oil pulling once a day.

Deep breathing in nature.

Juicing greens. (Avoid buying grocery store juice which may contain sugars or preservatives.)

Eating more greens.

Forgiving other people. Unforgiveness causes acidity in the body.

No alcohol.

No candies and no sugar. (Lots of Pinoy food has sugar, even in seemingly unsweetened food like adobo and tapsilog)

No caffeine. 


No energy drinks.

Fasting. It could be juice fasting/water fasting  the entire day. 

Taking a food intolerance/allergy test (then avoiding food that causes my system stress and tiredness) 

Eating less restaurant food. More home cooked food from scratch. As close to nature as possible. Or raw if possible. (Actually my health mentor would say, 100% raw is best)

Eating less food that has unpronounceable ingredients. 

Eating more ripe fruit.

Using coconut oil in recipes that call for olive oil.

Drinking lots of water during the day. Less toward evening. You need to figure out your ideal no. of ml for yourself. For me it’s  more than a liter a day.

Dry skin brushing.

Walking barefoot on grass for a few minutes. 

And last but definitely not least: go raw for a week.


Let me know which items need more explaining. 

Would be happy to explain.








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What was that?

The other day I found pink marks on my skin that looked like mosquito bites. I was so scared that I was coming down with something because I felt feverish. However, when I would check the thermometer, my temperature was normal. 

What helped me? One day of lots of green juice,  water, and sleep, sleep, sleep. 

No drugs. Thank you God for the plants you created that are super healing to the body! 




Green Juice to get rid of whatever that was

Ingredients:

Cucumbers 
Celery
Ginger
Kale
Calamansi 
Carrot 

Juice everything!

It doesn’t taste like juice bar green juice but it worked. 






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Wednesday, July 24, 2019

Raw food class! Saturday November 30, 2019 3pm BGC, Taguig

Save the date :)



WHEN: Nov 30 Saturday 3pm.

WHAT: Learn to make yummy, healthy, raw, plantbased recipes

WHO: Bring your household helpers, high school-aged kids, nieces, nephews, and anyone differently-abled. (Deaf folks welcome! The teacher can communicate in Signed Exact English/American Sign Language.)

Discounts available for PWDs and senior citizens! Bring your ID! It will be a fun afternoon! #raw #plantbased #veggie-good

WHERE: Depending on the number of participants, we will either have it at The Icon Plaza or The Beaufort. BGC Taguig.

Nearby parking: McDonald’s on 7th and 25th BGC Taguig.

P2P bus stop: Fort Victoria for Beaufort
                       RCBC for Icon Plaza

Grab: If Beaufort: The Beaufort, BGC Taguig 5th Ave and 23rd St. (enter the Residential Towers gate; not The Beaufort East West. It’s actually the same building but different entrances

          If Icon Plaza: 25th and 5th St. BGC Taguig (this is to differentiate it from another building also called Icon)

HOW:

Payment:

2,000: if paid by August 5-31
2,500 if paid beginning September 1

BPI savings account:


Or send your voucher number. Voucher: please RSVP by November 15. After November 15, you will be on the waiting list. 

Photo of the receipt/transaction number/voucher number must be sent to gulaygirl.ph @ gmail DOT com.

On the day itself I will have someone else manning the event cell number. I’ll send it to you via email. Please reach me via cell on the date of the event. 

Stuff to remember:

Can I just drop by?

 No walk-ins. 

You may have someone else attend in case you suddenly cannot make it on demo day.

What if something comes up?

You have until November 15 to cancel. Otherwise, ask a friend to attend in your place. I apologize that after November 15, I won’t be reimbursing payments.




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Wednesday, May 1, 2019

Raw Potluck! May 24 Friday 6pm BGC

Come and join!




Message me on Gulay Girl  so I can send you the address :)

It'll be a night of fun and food!
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Sunday, April 14, 2019

Summer Super Bowl


Loved having our little potluck! Princess asked for the recipe-we truly enjoyed having eaten a lot but not feeling bogged down or sleepy afterwards. Here you go, Princess! For the potluck I double-portioned the salad.


Salad:
greens 
lemon
salt
spiralized carrot (could also be chopped)
spiralized small sweet potato
1 tablespoon coconut butter for topping
1 small red bell pepper (matchstick slices)
1 sheet of nori (cut into strips or torn by hand) 


Dressing:
2 tablespoons virgin coconut oil
1 tablespoon cider vinegar 
1 tablespoon coconut aminos
1 small garlic clove, smashed
1 tablespoon nutritional yeast
1 tablespoon coconut butter
water to get desired texture 

(mix well) 

Enjoy! 

Til our next potluck/raw plantbased learning session!

(This dish is a variation on Mimi Kirk's Buddha Bowl)

I filed it under Salads, not Bowls in Recipes.

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Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Recharge!

I have a confession to make. I have not been sleeping early lately and it has left me feeling tired and unalert. It's time to recharge! 

Ingredients:

1 mango
1 banana or 1/2-1 cup papaya
1/2 cucumber
1/4 pineapple 
1 cup water or buko juice

Preparation:

Place all ingredients in your Vitamix and blend until smooth.
For other blenders, make sure you exclude the core of the pineapple and also chop the ingredients, especially the cucumber and pineapple into smaller pieces before blending. You might also want to add the ingredients in two by two. 


Have you tried this recipe for yourself?





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