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Wednesday, January 9, 2019

I sent you two big boats, you dummy!

I have three friends who now have cancer. I met someone who taught me a solution to it—and it applies even to those who have autoimmune diseases.

However, when I offer this option to others, I find that they don’t want to go the route of eating with discipline, avoiding high temperatures in preparing mostly plant based food, and sleeping early, exercising daily, drinking water, taking digestive enzymes, and other detoxification methods.  They would rather have prayers and God’s miraculous hand rescuing them from out of it. 

Does it remind you of the scene in The Pursuit of Happyness where the little boy told his father this joke? 

:( :(  :( 

I love you my friends. I wish you would jump in the boat, but I can’t make your legs do what you yourself don’t want to do.

To readers who aren't ill: Would you like to know if you would be susceptible to cancer? Or maybe some other disease?

There's a DNA test that allows you to find out. Easy peasy. Let me know if you want to try it.


Monday, December 24, 2018

How do you respond to "Yan lang ba ang kakainin mo?"

Christmas is a day to celebrate Jesus' birth (even though it probably wasn't on December 25th exactly, but who cares, right?) and it's a great time to reconnect with loved ones, relatives, and friends.

It's also a time when tactless party guests comment one of the following:

Ang taba mo!

- Bakit hindi ka pa nag-aasawa?

- or if the askee is married, Bakit wala pa kayong anak?

Or in my case...(since I eat a special way) o, yan lang ba ang kakainin mo?

How have you guys responded to questions like these?

In my case, when we had Christmas eve lunch earlier, someone asked me question number four, and I answered, I smiled and said, "Hindi ko 'to ni-la-lang-lang" because I truly am grateful my allergens and food sensitivities were revealed to me, and because of that, I can avoid emergency visits to the hospital where I lose consciousness and need to get my stomach pumped. And with that, she stopped.

When the party was over, she went home, but she sent back with the driver a pasalubong for me - a papaya! I was so appreciative of that!

She didn't have to do that, but I am glad that she didn't press the issue anymore. Have you come up with a good response to relatives who greet you with Tumaba ka! ? Or Bakit hindi ka pa nag-aasawa? or Bakit wala pa kayong anak? Or do you have a response to why you eat the healthy way you do?

Would love to know!

Zucchini noodles :)

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Would you also like to know how you might be able to find out illnesses that you may be susceptible to so you can make changes that will matter? Changes that will help prevent the onset of those diseases?

Please click this link and find out! If you are interested, message me at Send me your contact info and three preferred times to talk. This program is free if you have the minimum premium required and also if you sign the application form (provided by me by December 31!

Hope to hear from you!

Merry John 3:16 you guys!


Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Raw Food for Loved Ones

A food prep workshop for loved ones of patients living with diet restrictions due to toxicity and autoimmune disease

Saturday October 13, 2018 3pm
Please be there by 2:30pm. When I get the email of your deposit slip, I will send you the unit number :)

BPI S/A 2379042875
Php 1500 until October 10
Php 2000 on October 11
Email deposit slip to
along with name of attendee which matches valid ID and a mobile number by the deadline: 
October 11 12nn.

Participants may send a proxy to attend in their place in case of emergencies. Full refunds are not permitted after October 11 10am.

Parking: The venue is near Greenbelt 1 and also Legazpi Parking Lot.

Did I mention no walk-ins? ;P

Recipes are fully raw, plant-based, dairy-free, grain-free, gluten-free and soy-free. Some recipes will used soaked nuts.


Tuesday, August 28, 2018

What are your favorite comfort foods?

Ginisang munggo is one of mine.

In this recipe, which is inspired by Astig Vegan's recipe, I've modified ingredients to address food intolerances and took into account local available produce.


1/4 of a huge kalabasa, chopped
4-5 cloves of native garlic, minced
1 red onion, diced
2 cups munggo (soaked in water overnight, then rinsed and boiled for approximately 30 minutes or until soft)
4 cups native red tomatoes
1/4 cup plus one to two tablespoons coconut aminos
3/4 cup fresh shiitake mushrooms (soaked in mineral water)
2 T coconut oil
1 bunch of malunggay, leaves plucked off and rinsed in water containing a bit of cider vinegar
sea salt to taste

1. Slice the shiitake mushrooms, including the stems. Make sure to save the soaking water, and separate the stems.
2. Heat the pan and place minced garlic in it with just a bit of water. Do not use high heat.
3. When the garlic releases its fragrance, add the coconut oil.
4. Add the onions and cook till softened.
5. Add the tomatoes.
6. Add the kalabasa and the mushroom stems and a few pinches of sea salt, and cover in the pan. Increase to medium heat. Cook 'til softened.
7. Add the munggo, oaking water and the coconut aminos. Adjust salt to taste.
8. When the water boils again, add the malunggay, stir, and serve with additional coconut aminos.


Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Cantaloupe melon smoothies

This is inspired by someone else's recipe :) I wanted to re-share it because it is soo good!


Flesh of a cantaloupe melon
Seeds of a cantaloupe melon


Place seeds in a blender, then pour the mixture into a strainer.

Rinse the blender, then pour the strained juice back in, and blend with the flesh of a cantaloupe melon.


This is a wonderful post-run/post-workout drink!

For more smoothie recipes, on your PC/Mac go to Pages, then Recipes :)
On your phone, click on the downward triangle, then click Recipes :)


Sunday, November 5, 2017

Guyabano Pudding

Guyabano is in season!!!

Guyabano is what Filipinos call soursop. A really nutritious fruit, believed to be anti-cancer. It can be tart but if you pick it fresh from the tree you could hit the jackpot and have it turn out sweet. Here’s a recipe for the majority of us who do not have a guyabano tree. It is adapted from a well-loved Pinoy recipe and adjusted for raw vegans. I hope you try it and let me know how you like it!

Lagkitan is a banana variety that is small and much sweeter than a regular grocery banana. 


2 cups deseeded guyabano flesh
1 cup homemade pumpkin seed mylk or pili nut mylk
4 frozen lagkitan bananas
1-2 tablespoons Grade B maple syrup, depending on how sweet your guyabano is  
3 tablespoons LiyfBiotic


2 cups guyabano flesh, deseeded

1 cup homemade pili nut mylk


Vitamix love!


Come to a raw vegan potluck on December 16, 3pm in Pasay City! Let's talk recipes :) Ripe fruit and other raw vegan dishes are welcome. Intermediates/experts are bringing raw vegan Italian dishes.

Disclaimer: I do not claim to have the answers to cancer. If you have cancer, you must consult with your health professional. 



Monday, July 3, 2017

Raw vegan potluck

So excited to share to you the food that was brought to our raw plantbased, gluten-free, soy-free potluck held in Legaspi Village, Makati. No guest felt left out, because all dishes catered to food sensitivities. 

There were three sweet dishes and one zoodle dish.

I brought this raw vegan pancit dish. For some reason, I couldn’t find my spiralizer, so I manually sliced the zucchini noodles aka zoodles :)

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It was super fitting Mel brought her chopsticks!

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Mel, who is a chef, and who was a super blessing to me when I attended a retreat a few years ago who helped address my food needs, surprised me that she knew about raw foodism.

Her dish was some nice kream with a dragon fruit base (hence the color).

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Shalini brought along a fruit salad. Along with is was some date paste, which I unfortunately didn't get a photo of. 

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Titan brought a chia pudding. 

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It was an afternoon of awesome conversation!

Thanks Titan for the photo!

Won’t you join us at the next potluck? The potluck’s theme will be breakfast and held sometime in August in White Plains, Quezon City.  I'll likely bring raw vegan pancakes.

Some ideas:

(Feel free to ask about how to make these. There are no stupid questions. If you're in the area, I could also demo it to you in case you've never heard of raw vegan cuisine before and want to give it a try. You might also know a loved one who is interested or could benefit from exposure to this cuisine!)

-raw vegan gluten free toast and avocado  (I have some toast recipes I could send you) 
-raw vegan sinangag or cauliflower fried rice 
-raw vegan tapa or adobo-ish mushrooms maybe
-raw vegan nut mylk and cereal (I have some recipes I could send you)
-raw vegan bacon (substitute coconut aminos for soy sauce)
-raw vegan sausage or tocino 

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