Mariiniga Söömisest Lasteni

 

Tere Mariin, siin on mõned küsimused sinule:

Kõigepealt sa võiksid rääkida oma teekonnast üleüldiselt. Nimelt sa oled oma olemuselt tervisenõustaja ja toitumisekspert, ühesõnaga tervislik toitumine on südame asi. Huvitav oleks teada sinu alguslugu ning erinevaid katsetusi sel teekonnal.

Ma ei ütleks, et ma olen toitumisnõustaja või toitumisekspert. Ma ei ole taimetoitlane, ma ei ole toortoitlane, ma ei ole vegan. Ma olen jõudnud sinnamaani, et saan enda kohta öelda, et olengi intuitiivne toituja.

Ma lihtsalt oskan natuke toortoidust rääkida ning maitsvaid toortoite valmistada. Lisaks korraldan juba neljandat aastat toortoidukoolitusi ning oleme Elisaga Paradiisi Maitse toortoidu retseptiraamatu autorid.

Esimest korda kuulsin toortoitumisest Elisa kaudu, nimelt olin just lõpetanud beebipillide kasutamise 2009. aastal pärast mida hakkas kehakaal tõusma, tekkis tugev akne rinnale ning näole ja lõpuks kaalusingi 76 kg. Nüüd tagasi vaadates tean, et asi polnud toidus, mida tarbisin vaid hormoonides, mis olid pärast beebipillide kasutamist täiesti sassis, keha oma tasakaal oli häiritud ning minu keha reageeris nõndaviisi. Sellel ajal siis hakkasingi oma toidulauda üle vaatama ja tegin vajalikud muudatused, vähendasin piima-ja lihatoodete tarbimist, sõin palju toortoitu ning kaal langes järk-järgult oma esialgsesse tasemesse. Näonahk muutus kauniks ning põletikulised vistrikud kadusid. Eks see oli toitumise, keha hormonaaltasakaalu muutuste ning posiviitsete mõtete tulemus. Nii minu teekond alguse saigi

Sa räägid hästi palju intuitiivsest toitumisest ja sellest kuidas me peaksime iseennast kuulama, kust see enese kuulamine alguse saab? Kust kohast toimub samune muutus, et end häälestada sisemisele häälele?

Mind aitas väga Elisa Oras, kes on kirjutanud inglise keelse raamatu Brainwashed, mis räägib toitumishäiretest, kuidas mõista, et inimesel on häire ning aru saada, miks nad üldse tekivad. Temaga suheldes mõistsingi, kui oluline on oma keha kuulata, mitte jälgida populaarseid trende, vaid tõeliselt kuulata, mida mingil ajahetkel meie keha tõeliselt vajab. Muutus toimus minus siis, kui mõistsin, et vanaviisi enam edasi minna ei saa, siis toimuski sisemine teadmine, lausa taipamine, et sellise enese sundimisega ma kaugele ei jõua ( sundimise all mõtlen seda, et pean kogu aeg ainult taimset sööma, hästi palju toortoitu – seadsin endale reeglid, mida keha veel hästi täitsa ei tahtnud).

Minul tuli see teadmine kogemusega, ajaga. Eks ma alguses ikka tugevasti piitsutasin ennast ja keelasin teatud toite, aga keelamise tulemusena on keha tugevas stressis ning ma võin öelda, et ma polnud lõpuks üldsegi õnnelik

Rääkides tervislikust toitumisest, siis meil on poelettidel saadaval hästi palju protsesseeritud toiduaineid. Kuidas saab inimene sel juhul õppida oma intuitsiooni kuulama, kui tema maitsemeel on juba rikutud?

Me ei saa ennast sellest maailmast välja lõigata, võime minna küll metsa elama ning süüa ainult värsket toitu, kuid kuna elame selles ühiskonnas tuleb meil aksepteerida suuremal või vähemal määral seda, et sööme ületöödeldud toite. Inimene saab teha alati tervislikuma valiku, nt ei osta purgiube, vaid keedab oad ise – sama kehtib kikerhernestega ja teiste toiduainetega. Me ei pea ostma poest küpsiseid, saame neid ise teha, koogid ja tordid saame samuti ise teha. Aga minu sõnum ongi selles, et kui aeg-ajalt satub midagi nö keelatut sinu toidulauale, siis naudi seda, pole ju mõtet hakata end siunama, nö vale valiku pärast. Saate vähendada väljas söömist ja hakata ise kodus rohkem süüa tegema. Kui on oma maalapp – kasvatage oma toit ise, tehtke moosi ja kurke sisse

Beebibillidest lasteni, sa veel mainisid, et sa käisid läbi „puhta raseduse“. Jätsid vahele ultraheli, vaktsiinid ja muud säherdused valikud. Kas sa võiksid rääkida oma kogemusest ning kuidas nüüd sinu lapsel läheb?

Igal naisel on õigus siinkohal ise otsustada, mis tema lapsele parim on. Minu mees on väga toetav ning mõtlesime raseduse algusest peale, et soovime kodus sünnitada. Kõik läks kenasti ning tundsin ennast kodus turvaliselt ning hoitult. Mida vähem sekkumist sünnitustegevusse, seda parem on see lapsele ning emale. Väga hea raamat, mis sel teemal räägib on Ina May Gaskini „Guide to Childbirth“ – mis räägib kodus sünnitamise plussidest. Ultraheli jätsin tõepoolest vahele, tegin päris korraliku uurimustöö ning panin plussid ja miinused kokku ning leidsin, et ei soovi seda oma lapsele teha. Ja nii lihtne see otsus oligi. Me peame oma keha usaldama ja oma intuitsiooni – ükski masin pole meist targem ega tundlikum. Mul ei jäänud muud üle, kui usaldada loodust. Vaktsiinidega oli sama lugu – laps sünnib siia ilma pärast rasket tööd ja siis ta saab oma esimene vaktsiini – nii väiksel imikul pole aju kaitsev membraan veel korralikult kinnigi kasvanud. Sellest pikemalt soovitan uurida filmist : http://vanglaplaneet.ee/vaktsineerida/

Huvitav on veel see, et meil tänapäeval joodetakse juba paari aastastele igasuguseid karastusjooke ning õpetatakse kommi söömist. Kuidas sina sellise olukorraga toime tuled ja mis moodi võiks inimesi inspireerida ümberhäälestama oma väärtushinnanguid?

Jah, kõige parem lahendus antud olukorrale on, kui vanemad neid ise koju ei osta ega ise tarbi ega kujunda sellega lastele harjumust. Aga eks Nora (tütar, peagi 3-aastaseks saav) on ka kommi saanud, kuid mitte kunagi karastusjooke. Kommidega on nii et kui sünnipäeval oleme või külas siis muidugi soovib ta laualt kommi võtta ja me alati lubame ka. Mida rohkem hakkab inimene lugema, infot otsima, uurima, seda laiema pildi ta antud olukorrast saab. Mina olen peamised asjad kõik ise välja uurinud ja sellepärast on mul mingitest teemadest ka võib-olla suurem ülevaade.

Rääkisid veel, et soovid panna oma lapse Waldorf lasteaeda ja parem oleks leida mõni alternatiiv koolisüsteemile. See teema tundub hetkel kõnetavat mitmeid inimesi, milline on sinu lähenemisviis laste harimisele?

Jah, Nora läheb 3-aastaselt Waldorf suunitlusega lastehoidu, seal on väike rühm ning taimetoit. Ta hakkab seal käima umbes 3x nädalas, mitte rohkem. Ja kui suuremaks kasvab siis tahaks ta panna sellisesse kooli, mis tõstab lapsi, ei võrdle neid, on jätkusuutlik, huvitav, põnev. Minu suur lemmik on Võrumaal olev Leiutajate külakool, super ettevõtmine neil. Rohkem infot nende tegemiste kohta: http://www.kultuurimois.kultuuritehas.ee/leiutajate-kulakool/

Mäletan oma lapsepõlvest, et mul oli palju söömishäireid, näiteks sibulat ma üldse ei olnud nõus sööma. Paljudel inimestel on säherdusi mälestusi ning tihtipeale algab see sellest, kui last sunnitakse sööma mõnda toitu. Parem oleks anda lapsele valik selle järgi, mida nad ise soovivad süüa – aga mis moodi õpetada neid valima tervisliku ja ebatervisliku vahel?

Kui sulle ei maitse sibul siis see ei ole toitumishäire. Aga tõsi on see, et mina ei poolda üldse kui lapsi sunnitakse sööma nt taldrik tühjaks või teatud toite, mida laps keeldub söömast. Sama on väikelastega, kus ema topib lapsele lusikaga toidu suhu, laps ajab selle välja, ema topib jälle toidu suhu tagasi. On ju selge, et laps ei taha seda süüa või on kõht juba täis. Aga liiga palju tõesti manipuleeritakse lapsi sööma igasuguste nippidega. See pole õige – see võib olla alge tulevasteks toitumishäireteks.

Hästi tore on see, kui sa mainisid, et mõnel inimesel ongi väga raske lihast loobuda ja selle tõttu me ei peaks mitte kedagi hukka mõistma. Peaksime hoopis tema edusammude üle uhked olema, kui ta näiteks ühel päeval nädalast otsustab liha mitte süüa. Kas siis veganlus, taimetoitlus või toortoitlus kipuvad minema äärmustesse? Kuidas võiks parandada omavahelisi suhteid toidulauas, kui inimestel on erinevad tõekspidamised ja väärtused?

Tuleb suhelda inimestega, kellega tõesti soovitakse. Mina näiteks suhtlen sõpradega, kellega ma tahan, kellega koos on tore, ning kes aksepteerivad mind sellisena nagu ma olen. Ma ei pea midagi tõestama, ma ei tahagi seda teha. Milleks, see on nii väsitav, kogu aeg võidelda oma rangete tõekspidamiste eest. Mina aksepteerin veganeid, taimetoitlasi, lihasööjaid, paleotoitlasi, praanatoitujaid jne. Kui ta on oma toitumisstiiliga õnnelik, siis on see super, aga ma ei hakka kedagi sundima ega mingisse usku pöörama, et nii peab ja nii on õige. Kõigil on oma elutee, eluvalikud – pole ühtegi sarnast inimest, kõik on unikaalsed. Inimestesse rohkem sallivust ja heatahtlikkust.

Nagu ma aru sain, valid sa pigem alati bioloogilisi ja looduslikult puhtaid tooteid ning eelistad mahetoodangut muule kaubale. Mõned inimesed lähevad samuti sellega äärmusesse, et kõik peab olema orgaaniline muidu ei söö jne.. Mis on sinu kogemused sellised käitumisega ja kuidas sa ise suhestud jätkusuutliku elustiiliga?

Mul kindlasti ei ole kõik biotooted kodus, aga on tõesti mingid toiduained, mida ma tavapoest ei osta. Aga kõik puuviljad ja juurviljad ostan tavapoest. Kõige olulisem, et inimene ei hoiaks end oma mõtete ning tõekspidamiste vangis. Ta võiks olla uskumustest vaba – see tunne on tõeliselt vabastav! Proovige järele!

Kas sa lõpetuseks sooviksid jagada mõne oma lemmik retsepti, mis sind alati inspireerib? 🙂

Mind inspireerib puuviljasalat, selle lihtsus, aga salati sees lausa peab 1 mango olema. Lisaks murelid ja arbuus. Isetehtud jäätis. Mõned retseptid on Paradiisi Maitse: http://paradiisimaitse.blogspot.com.ee/ lehel ka

December 2016: Share and Inspire Others! Entries

My recipe was included in this amazing collection of christmas season sweet treatery. Though.. you may find all kinds of stuff from here, different from the content, that I am usually promoting. But it is Christmas and it is food, yay!

The Recipe Hunter

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First and foremost, I wish to extend a hearty and very big thank you to one and all for your partcipation in this new monthly recipe exchange!!  I am overwhelmed with the great response on our very first monthly Share and Inspire Others! Themed Recipe Exchange.

I am so excited with all the fantastic entries, that I have decided to release this post earlier that originally planned.  Without further ado, herewith the December 2016 Share and Inspire Others! entries.

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Posted in order of emails received:

Eggnog Cinnamon Rolls courtesy of thehappiestpixel
I hope you like it. It’s a sweet Christmas treat. But it’s so nice I want to eat it every day…  They are so nice. trh-eggnog-cinnamon-rollsAlmond Snowball Cookies courtesy of Betsy’s Bakehouse trh-almond-snowball-cookiesBanana Cake  courtesy of Aayushi Manish
Ripe Banana flavor & Walnut Crunch made a Delicious cake
trh-banana-cakeSpritzgeback cookies courtesy of Pumpkin Pie and Me {est. 2014}
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No-Bake Matcha cake

As the winter solstice is closing by, I got inspired to make this delicious No-Bake Matcha cake. I was reading a book by Glennie Kindred, which was called Sacred Earth Celebrations and there she talks about old Celtic festivals. It is time of christmas, so called the time of winter solstice, when the sun king rises again.

This time of the year is special for the celebration of darkness how it morphs into light. Important part of the winter are the evergreens, who stay green regardless the season. So I was drawn to make-bake something delightfully green. It is a time for celebration so this is my take on a celebratory setting.

 

Ingredients:

For bottom layer:

  • Overnight soaked cashews
  • Coconut oil
  • Date paste
  • Maca powder
  • A little bit of lemon juice
  • Pinch of salt

For the topping:

  • Avocado
  • Buckwheat flour
  • Date paste
  • Coconut oil
  • Cinnamon
  • Matcha green tea
  • Apples for decoration

Instructions:

  1. Process in a blender (processor) cashews, dates, Maca, lemon juice and pinch of salt into a quite thick paste.
  2. Spread it to a bottom of your prefered tray (you may use baking sheets, and other equipment instead of my recommendations).
  3. In a bowl mix together Matcha powder, avocado, buckwheat flour, date paste and cinnamon. Add water when necessary or your favourite milk (I use oat milk).
  4. Spread the paste over the bottom layer.
  5. Decorate your cake with apple slices and refrigerate it overnight.
  6. Enjoy after that.

Interview on Intuitive Eating

Hello Elisa, we had this amazing chat last week on food in general and intuitive eating. I am so impressed on your philosophy, which came through during the conversation. It totally rocked my world in the way of having something to eat, and this everlasting search for food came to a sudden end.

Hi, Simo! Thank you for doing this interview with me! 🙂 I would be happy to elaborate more of what we already talked about.

I was wondering how could you explain Intuitive eating, is it just eating whatever comes to your way, or is there something more to it? Should we all just eat and never think about what goes in and out?

Intuitive eating is about listening to your body as a whole functioning system. Your hunger and fullness cues, your cravings and emotions. It is also about listening to your brain because this is not separate from your body – having some common sense and taking into account some nutritional knowledge about food. So it is not only about listening to your cravings and, for example, eating junk food as much as your stomach could possibly take in, but also having some common sense about foods that says “Eat everything you want in balance so you can be fulfilled nutritionally, but also emotionally”. Intuitive eating, at its core, is about finding balance with eating – physically and mentally.

As there are some ancient health systems, which really certainly indicate, that some foods are good for our system and some are not. Some make us vibrate more faster and some slower, but where is the balance? How can you train your inner ear? It can sometimes be difficult to filter the information, which comes to you, and to decide what is right for your own needs.

Yes, it is indeed difficult, especially at first. And particularly when nowadays we are bombarded with nutrition messages like “Eat this and not that!”, “This is unhealthy and this is not” – and at the same time there are people who believe the opposite is true! So who or what information to trust? We may listen to someone else’s rules and restrictions more than we know how to listen to our body. That way we become very distant from our own bodies signals. But there is a way to return back to it, to find balance again.

For example, besides intuitive eating, I also teach people about eating disorder recovery as I myself suffered from bulimia and orthorexia in the past. Recovery is a process where you un-brainwash yourself (as I call it) from all the external rules and recommendations and instead start to learn, follow, and practice listening to your bodies signals. I think you can use the “recovery” I teach the same way for returning back to intuitive eating.

In recovery you can still take into account general health recommendations that make sense to you, that make you feel good and that serve you, but you start to let go of all the other ones that doesn’t. There is nothing bad about learning and trying out different things what might work for you, but also recognizing where things go out of balance and where the previous “healthy eating” becomes rather unhealthy, making you have all sorts of backlashes and negative side-effects. And sometimes intuitively you may just know that something feels “off” and is not right, so this is also a way to practice intuitive eating and trusting your body with taking account all the available nutrition information.

I may get confused on some things, that people are telling. Sometimes there are so inspiring experiences when someone has done something and you feel so drawn to their energy. I had this experience with pure fruitarian diet, which was so inspiring and I thought this is the only thing in my life now. But in a while it made my teeth really yellow. My question would be, how can we find this balance in being inspired to make new choiches, but which are still quite far away for our physical body.

Yes, it has happened to me too! Nothing bad about it. We can feel inspired to make healthy changes by other people’s examples. But again, it’s about trying it out without assuming that it will automatically work the same way it has worked for them. Also, we might not take into account their specific background or the fact that maybe it took them several years to get to the place where they are. Or that maybe they live in a totally different environment with a circle of friends who are on the same path as them. So maybe this way you can see how it is a very different scenario for every individual.

We can take all the knowledge we can get from them but not to forget about listening to our own body signals and intuition. Maybe for you, it’s good toeat fruit and it makes you feel balanced and healthy, but if you try to be 100% fruitarian your body mightsuffer because it is way out of balance for you for any reason.

Also, by changing my diet I have learned to let go of the all-or-nothing kind of mindset. For example, if I am inspired to eat more fruit, it does not have to mean I will be 100% fruitarian…or that I can never have any cooked food again. Making healthy choices does not have to be too quick, too extreme. For our body, a slow transition in moderate amounts, in the limits that feels best for us without getting out of balance, is way more healthy and sustainable in the long run.

It is interesting to note, that you said you are mostly vegan in your every day life. And, it seems it is not that much of a conscious decision, rather an intuitive one. Many people are setting different restrictions on themselves, that they must be vegan, or vegetarian, and that eggs are too round or milk is too white.. But in your case, it seems that the whole process of transitioning to a diet, which gives out compassion has been very natural thing.

Yes, I particularly said I am mostly vegan because I am not entirely vegan. In today’s world, a word “vegan” has become too much of what I do not like or want to represent. I am not a radical vegan or “You are a murderer!”-yelling vegan. I rather do not mention it at all because of all the assumptions people have about it. But yes, it is what I do mostly for ethical reasons. I have become so used to plant-based foods that I do not even think about it much. But, as we live in a society that is mostly still animal food based, with all the animal by-products and ingredients in a lot of foods, offered at family get-togethers and social events, I do not drive myself crazy about avoiding it at all costs either. If I would do it that way I feel I would again develop this disordered, all-or-nothing kind of mindset that was way too familiar in my eating disorder past. So I just eat mostly vegan or plant-based or vegetarian or however you may call my eating

And, there is also this aspect of respecting other person as well. We had this dicussion with Mariin, on fake leather and real leather, and we thought it is rather about enjoyment than getting arsed by toxins. Your take on this subject was also really sensible, that it is all about cooperation with the society we are living in. Having friendly relationships with family, friends etc.. That it is more important to appreciate this sense of love, and heartfulness in other people.

Is this question still about the vegan aspect? If yes, I agree. None of my friends or family are vegan and I still love, respect and treat them the same way as I would like to be treated. I think we cannot change the world with hate but more with being the positive example. We cannot change other people, but we can start with ourselves. Be the person you want to see in the world.

Can you tell about your work that you do as well. I really love this idea of going freelance, as you mentioned. You have also this little baby called recipe book and many more projects. Can you tell what you are up to and this perspective of a deep trust in doing your own thing.

I have a website http://www.followtheintuition.com where I teach about how to recover from eating disorders and how to become an intuitive eater. I have written a book about how to recover and published it on Amazon this year. Also, I offer one-on-one recover coaching. I write weekly articles and publish Youtube videos. As I have also studied graphic design I work as a freelancer in this area as well!

A long time ago I had a dream of having a free working schedule and to be able to work from home. I wanted to do some kind of online business, but at that time, had no idea how or what exactly I need to do for that. Or even what kind of business should it be. But my life has taught me that as long as you have a dream, you believe in it, and take action, somehow you will get it!

Thank you for answering to these questions and to you have something else to add? It is always interesting to hear inspiring people and their take on life. 🙂

I just want to thank you for giving me this opportunity to share my knowledge on your website and with your audience. I want to wish you success with all your work and I know you will help people with the content you share! 🙂

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Lunchbox Consciousness

We all have busy lives, or let’s say adventurous habits to make the best out of our existence. Being on the go, it becomes inevitable, that you must know how to stuff all that yummy foodstuff into your body. Sometimes there are some nice restaurants and cafes around, but at certain points you just get this apetite for food, that you can really trust.

Of course we have now numerous Vegan places in Tallinn and this trend is spreading all over the world. But in the coast of souher Spain, I could only find fruits as an edible alternative to all that was offered. Sometimes you may go nuts on taking care of your body. But, what can we do to live better lives and keep on influencing people in a positive way?

My solution was, that I began carrying a lunchbox with me on those adventurous days. Sometimes you finish up your concert around 9 p.m. and you are so hungry. Long way to home, but here it is.. My precious.. yumm.. the lunchbox. (I mean the dog on the cover is just cute, nothing to do with this topic – he minds his own business, dog with big balls)

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Also I love eating out, it gives this enormous satisfaction, especially when food is organic and made with love. We have this one organic restaurant in Tallinn called NOP, they make such delightful food offering also raw and vegan options. I think it is important to ground this consciousness of living out from joy and wishing good for all the living beings.

This post really gave me a new perspective on this rise of consciousness, the sale of vegan products sales increase 1500% over past 12 months. My favourite badass governor Arnold Schwarzenegger said in this video “less meat, less heat”. It has become so inspiring, you know, and Leonardo DiCaprio making a movie on climate change.

We all should become advocates of clean environment, then the change will be profound. But, back to the subject, I have also found, that it is little bit silly to follow 100% raw food lifestyle. It doesn’t give you any kicks when you are in hunger and searching desperately a place where you can eat. Give your body some rest and enjoy yourself. Having fun time can be more nourishing than having a second hand hyper meal.

Looking back, there were really nice synchronities in Ireland. I was looking something to eat in Dublin and the hostel food was nutella + bread. So, I just left that place and went to explore the city. It is really beautiful place, I must admit. And, there suddenly, heaven – a raw snack bar. There were salads, chia puddings, fresh juices etc.. Yumm. 🙂 And, later that day, I went to this beautiful town Skerries. Guess what, yes a real juice bar. I had a smoothie and went to the beach.

Finally, I hope you all enjoyed this post and go check out Arnold, Leonardo and this Indian reservation thing. We support Standing Rock! 🙂 Of course, it is important to listen to your body when you are looking for the right nutrition, take it easy on yourself. Plus an update, there will be soon coming an interview on “intuitive eating”. It changed alot of things on this perspective how should we eat. Is the food, that comes to us or are we the one’s who have to chase it.

Enjoy your kicks of happiness!

Crossing the line

When the autumn has begun and first rays of november are closening a deep inner meditation begins. Now is the time of spirits when the veil to unseen has been liftes. I have been receiving so many energetical updates and contacts with my guides. It is awesome to know how more and more starseeds are coming to earth.

The message from my guides for the last days has been to trust the guidange and the flow within. New beginnings are starting to blossom, life is becoming more diverse than ever before. I began creating new songs, making new contacts with star people. As all of our souls are essentially from somewhere out there. 🙂

Few weeks ago we began the project of building a new studio and it has become really formidable in othet words solid. The process of manifestation has been so easy, it is unbelievable. Like I understood, it has been a wish of the spirit for a longer period of time, but I have been ignoring it. And; when we began the project, it just took off in flames.

This video made me realise how the art of creating a sacred space actually goes. As a facilitator, you are the one responsible for doing things and the great spirit, is the organiser. We all are really tools in the creater orchestration of things. Like my spirit guides have been showing it step by step. All the essence of creation begins from connecting to your heart.

Nevertheless, I decided to reorganise my blog. It has been too much focused on recipes. Actually it became boring to write about recipes, it is one big cliché I was sucking myself into. It is much awesome to write about everything alltogethe – music, living foods, connection with starseeds, cosmic beings, soundtherapy, traveling etc.. I will be transitioning this blog into a new form.

Hope you will enjoy it! 🙂

Bananachino

This is my favourite recipe so far, which came out to be the bliss of my blog. The inspiration behind this wonderous drink came from the Juiceman’s recipe book. There were several emulsions for boosting up one’s energy, which worked as coffee substitutes.

This one is my take on this morning (or evening) drink, because in the morning I love to have tea instead of some super boosters. You know rooster doesn’t need a boost, it just crows in the morning.

Also we have superfood Maca powder in this recipe. It is wonderful golden substance to activate our gland system, to boost up energies and to ignite the inner sun. Always when I am on Maca mood, I become so creative and full of energy.

Recipe:

Ingredients:

  1. Maca powder
  2. Coconut milk
  3. Dates
  4. Banana
  5. Cinnamon
  6. Carob powder

Instructions:

  1. Blend together Maca powder, coconut milk and dates.
  2. Pour into a glass.
  3. Blend together banana, cinnamon and carob powder.
  4. Pour over the first mixture.
  5. Decorate.

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