Saturday, April 4, 2015

What does your gut tell you?

It has been said, “You are what you eat”. For the most part, that is true because what you eat goes into your body’s intestinal tract and all health begins there. What you eat will either contribute to good gut health or bad gut health. The function of your body’s digestive system involves digestion, which is the breakdown of the food you eat and absorption, where your body absorbs that food’s nutrients into the bloodstream. We have poor digestive/colon health due to nutritional deficiency (i.e. what isn't there that should be) and toxicity (i.e. what is in there that should not be). Many people believe that if they don’t have any stomach pain that they have good digestive health. However, the absence of abdominal pain doesn't always mean the absence of poor intestinal health. So how can you know if your intestinal tract is in poor condition?

Some symptoms of a toxic digestive system

  • Bloating
  • Constipation
  • Diarrhea
  • Gas (flatulence)
  • Halitosis (bad breath)
  • Heartburn
  • Hiccups
  • IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome)
  • Nausea
  • Rectal Pain
  • Stomach Cramps
  • Vomiting
  • Leaky gut syndrome
  • Various skin problems
  • Weight problems
  • Gallstones
  • Liver failure
  • Allergies/food intolerance
  • Headaches
  • Sinus issues
  • Body odor
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Hemorrhoids
  • Lack of energy
  • Fog brain/lack of mental clarity
  • Cancer
  • Inflammation

Steps to make and keep your digestive tract healthy

  1. Address the toxicity problem by properly detoxifying and cleansing your digestive system by doing a raw juice fast or through quality fiber or oxygen based intestinal cleansers.For this I personally recommend Oxypowder. I wouldn’t recommend products from Global Healing Center if I didn't use or trust them myself.
  2. Address the deficiency problem by adopting and maintaining a healthy diet and lifestyle. Many have seen positive health changes when they traded in the Standard American Diet (S.A.D.) for a mostly raw, organic, plant-based diet. The ideal diet, which the Creator originally prescribed for mankind in Genesis 1:29 (in the Holy Bible), and which man will never improve upon is a plant-based diet (i.e. no animal products), where we are avoiding all white (processed, unnatural) sugar or table salt and all GMOs (i.e. wheat, soy, corn, and sugar beets), going organic where possible. If you cannot give up animal flesh totally, many find it healthier to severely limit consumption. Remember, all animal sourced foods as well as GMO foods contribute to poor digestive health. Why? Because mankind wasn't originally created with bodies to consume such “food”.
  3. Get more exercise
  4. Avoid packaged foods as much as possible and eat foods as close to their raw natural state
  5. Drink enough purified water as well as fresh raw juice, not store bought which is normally loaded with white/processed sugar and has been cooked (pasteurized). In order to make your own fresh raw juice you will need a quality, slow/masticating juicer which preserves more of the juice’s natural enzymes than a fast/centrifugal one.
  6. When eating cooked food, replenish your body’s natural digestive enzymes by taking a quality raw plant-based enzyme supplement (such as Digest Gold by Enzymedica).
  7. Replenish your friendly gut flora (bacteria) by eating a quality vegan yogurt, nutritional yeast or by taking quality raw prebiotics and probiotics supplements.



Krissy ate healthy but still had an unhealthy colon until…Oxypowder “Hi I just wanted to let you know how very much this amazing product is helping me! I had twins 8 years ago and have been suffering from on and off constipation for years! I live on only beautiful organic and fresh home-made food, tons of raw and lightly cooked veggies, lots of raw fresh juices and I still had no relief! I started with the Oxypowder and I feel like a different person! Stunning! My tummy is no longer full and bloated and wow!! I have suffered from acne my whole life and it is clearing up so quickly!”
Richard sees intestinal tract health problems go away and stay away after diet change. He dropped the Standard American Diet (S.A.D.) for the Hallelujah Diet (a mostly raw, all vegan diet) and this is what he had to say. “Since starting the diet a little over a month ago, I have lost 25 pounds. Psoriasis in my ear and nasal congestion has improved. Hemorrhoids are gone. Swelling in my ankles, fuzzy vision, and poor mental clarity are gone. Complexion noticeably improved, and I have quit all prescription drugs…My blood pressure is now normal and my lifelong battle with indigestion, reflux and heartburn is gone”.


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"Zucchini Spaghetti With Basil Avocado Pesto Sauce" 

Submitted by: Stephanie, NY
2-3 Large Organic Zucchini
1 Organic cucumber
9-12 Organic Cherry Tomatoes
2 Ripe Organic Avocados (I used Hass)
1 small bunch of fresh basil leafs
2 cloves of garlic
Juice from 1 lemon
Himalayan Pink Salt to taste
Fresh Pepper to taste or Cayenne
Pepper (optional)
1 Tsp Olive oil (optional)
Note: For this recipe, you will need a spiralizer or a julienne/ mandolin slicer and a food processor. This allows you to create the zucchini "noodles." If you don't have one of these you can get one from Amazon or Target (or most stores) for anywhere between 15-30$, so it is very affordable. Great tool to have. If not, you can use Organic Brown Rice Pasta or Pasta of your choice (preferably organic) and have it with the Pesto Sauce.


1. After you wash your veggies, spiralize your zucchini and leave it on a side.

2. Take the cucumber, peel the skin, and cut the cucumber up in slices, add to food processor.

3. Peel the avocados and add to the food processor.
4. Add lemon juice.
5. Chop up your basil, garlic and add that as well to the food processor.
6. Add your salt, pepper and oils to the food processor.
7. Blend until smooth and there is your pesto!
8. Once that is done, pour the pesto onto the zucchini pasta, and mix.
9. You can chop your cherry tomatoes in half  (or leave them whole if you prefer) and place in dish.
**Something you can add to garnish your dish would be nutritional yeast- (which I personally love!)


"Man shall not live by bread alone...." 
(Matt 4:4)

Feel free to listen to my sermon below and may it help you become or stay spiritually healthy:
(sermon title: Eggs, Carrots and Coffee)
Note: I originally gave this sermon before I became vegan, hence "eggs" in the title.

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