Nutrition, Resiliency and How Whole Foods and Supplements Can Help with Chronic Pain
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RICK & LAUREN’s RECIPIES
Curry Lentil Dahl
Organic Red Lentils 1 Cup Veggie Broth 2 tsp (paste) Tumeric 1 tsp Corriander 1Tbs Curry Powder ½ tsp Black Pepper ¼ tsp Cinnamon Stick 1 Ginger ¼ cup Garlic 2 cloves Coconut Butter 1tsp Dried Coconut ¼ cup Braggs (add to taste)
Bring 3-4 cups of Water to a boil while adding spices and ingredients.
Serve with Brown Rice
4 cups Kale 2 tablespoons coconut oil 2 cloves crushed garlic 1/8 cup water Sea salt and *Bragg’s Amino Acids (*A Wheat Free Soy Sauce alternative) to taste Garnish with toasted pine nuts
Stir fry the Kale in coconut oil and garlic for 5-10 minutes. Turn up the flame, add the water and cover to steam-cook for an additional 5 minutes or so. Garnish with sea salt, Bragg’s, and toasted pine nuts as desired.
Kale is a Great Source of: Vitamin K (1327%) Vitamin A (192%) Vitamin C (88%) Manganese (27%) Good Source of: Calcium, Fiber, Copper, Tryptophan, Vitamin B6, Potassium.
High Grade Virgin Coconut Oil is primarily 44.6% lauric acid, 16.8 myristic acid, 8.2% palmitic acid, and 8% caprylic acid.
Virgin Coconut Oil is a food that is one of the best cooking oils you can use. Tropical climates have used it for years. Its chemical structure, when used as a cooking oil, is kept in tact and therefore is resistant to mutations of fatty acid chains even when used in higher cooking temperatures, unlike most vegetable oils. Research has shown that the medium chain fatty acids found in virgin coconut oil may help boost the body’s metabolism, may raises body temperatures, as well as may help provide greater energy which can lead to weight loss.
Virgin Coconut oil is rich in lauric acid, a nutrient that supports the body’s immune system. Lauric acid is also found in human mother’s milk. The average adult should include about 3.5 tablespoons of coconut oil per day in their diet.