Akasha’s Fibre on vegetarian recipes

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Akasha’s Fibre is no ordinary fibre mix, for its pleasant taste and its nutritional benefits. Often, fibre mixes contain added sugar and or unwanted chemical additives such as phenylalanine (known to activate seizures). In the convenience and safety of your own home you can make your own fibre knowing you are getting the best quality for you and your family. For the kids you can add raisins to sweeten. Be creative; call Akasha’s Fibre the “incredible hulk” pudding. Maintaining a healthy intestinal tract will make you strong; cleaning the intestinal tract in a natural way to help keep energy high and sickness at bay. Our family loves this mix, having 2T to ¼ C with meals. If your preference is once a day, this mix will last longer in a large family. Cheers to your health, from our family to yours. Have a look at the easy recipe and its nutritional line up. Om Peace.

Akasha’s Fibre

Attributes: raw, vegan, gluten and dairy free

Equipment: glass container with sealable lid, measuring cup & spoons, spoon to stir

Ingredients:

1 C whole flax seeds

½ C chia seeds

½ C raw pumpkin seeds

1/3 C hemp hearts

¼ C bee pollen

1 T Psyllium powder

1 T cinnamon spice

1 tsp cracked chlorella powder

1 tsp spirulina powder

1 ½ C water + 2 T

½ lemon juice

15 ml liquid Mg12 (magnesium 12)

1 T liquid minerals (such as made by Genestra) or 1 dropper ionic minerals

Directions:

In a glass container measure and add the dry ingredients (first 9 ingredients); mix well by hand. In a 2 C measuring cup measure and add liquid ingredients. Stir and then pour into dry ingredients. Stir together thoroughly, scraping corners of glass container if square. Refrigerate over night or 4 hours. Stirring once to ensure a fully blended mixture of fibre and liquids. Enjoy ¼ – ½ C serving of fibre with meals or as a snack. Can be kept in the fridge for up to 6 days.

Option:  add 1/3 C organic raisins to sweeten. To make fibre balls for kids and easy consumption during travel, try adding ground flax seeds to mix when making this recipe or use less water. Set for 3 hours in the fridge or overnight; the fibre mix sets in a thick dry form. Scoop out and roll into 1″ balls and eat. Another option is to pour unsweetened grated (desiccated) coconut onto a plate; roll fibre balls in grated coconut to coat. Voila! You now have healthy easy fibre snacks that are less likely to stick to each other. 2-4 balls per person is recommended with meals or eaten as a snack up to three times a day. Drink plenty of water through the day. Cheers to one of the easiest and safest way to get your fibre and energy for living!

Tip: Free of chemicals, preservative or additives Akasha’s Fibre is super easy to make for consumption at home. If kept cool with an ice pack or in a cooler this effective and tasty fibre mix can be transported to the cottage or consumed while camping. Fibre improves intestinal motility; helps gently clean the intestinal wall while soothing the mucous lining. Soothing the lining of the intestinal tract reduces inflammation, enabling maximum nutrient uptake and enteric nerve function throughout the gut. This wholesome recipe has a great line up of nutrition including, chlorophyll, minerals, vitamins, essential fatty acids, essential oils, antioxidants. Akasha’s Fibre has antibacterial, anti parasitic properties. Moist and tasty fibre made ready for everyone in your family for better health and energy every day!

FLAX SEEDS

Are a good source of dietary fiber, minerals, antioxidants and vitamins that are essential for optimal human health.

Flax seeds are one of the best plant sources of omega-3 essential fatty acids; essential to be eaten in the diet as the body is unable to produce them. Regular ingestion of flax seeds can help lower risky cholesterol levels in the blood.

Flax seed oil consists of approximately 55% ALA (a-linolenic acid). Studies suggest that omega 3 fatty acids are anti-inflammatory and may help lower the risk of blood pressure, coronary artery disease, strokes and breast, colon and prostate cancers. Infants require adequate omega-3 levels for overall development and maturation of nervous system.

Flax seeds contain lignans, a type of phytoestrogen considered to have antioxidant effects & cancer preventing properties.

Flax seeds are a great source of vitamin E. Vitamin E is a powerful fat-soluble antioxidant, required for maintaining the integrity of cell membrane of internal mucosa (such as lungs and digestive tract) as well as external skin; vitamin E protects from harmful oxygen-free radicals.

Flax seeds are loaded with B-complex vitamins such as riboflavin, niacin, thiamin, pantothenic acid, vitamin B-6, and folate. Thiamin is an essential co-factor for carbohydrate metabolism.

Flax seed are a good source of minerals manganese, potassium, calcium, iron, magnesium, zinc (needed for liver detoxification) and selenium (antioxidant).

CHIA SEEDS

Chia seeds are a good source of omega-3 fatty acids, carbohydrates, protein, fibre, antioxidants, and calcium. Soaking chia seeds so they gel soothes the mucosa lining of the digestive tract as well as helping to reduce insulin resistance if ingested regularly, as it allows carbohydrate content to be absorbed and utilized slowly.
Chia seeds contain more calcium than milk, (without the fat, pus, antibiotics or animal hormones) Chia seeds contain a significant amount of phosphorus, magnesium, protein and calcium for bone wellness.

PUMPKINS SEEDS

Pumpkin seeds are loaded with fiber, vitamins, minerals, and numerous health promoting antioxidants. Raw pumpkin seeds are anti-parasitic.

Pumpkin seeds have concentrated amounts of comes protein and fats. Healthy fats such as omega 3 fatty acid (oleic acid help balance cholesterol in the blood. Pumpkin seeds are an excellent source of amino acid tryptophan (relaxing protein) and glutamate (muscle repair protein). Tryptophan is converted into serotonin and niacin. Serotonin is needed to sleep well. Tryptophan is required in the body to synthesize B-complex vitamin, niacin.

Glutamate is required in the synthesis GABA, an anti-stress neurochemical in the brain, reducing anxiety, nervous irritability, and other neurotic deviations.

Pumpkin seeds are a very good source of anti-oxidant vitamin E. Pumpkin seeds are also a good source of B-complex, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, pantothenic acid, vitamin B-6 and folate. These vitamins work as co-factors for various enzymes during cellular substrate metabolism in the human body. In addition, niacin helps in the reduction of LDL-cholesterol levels in the blood. Along with glutamate, it enhances GABA activity inside the brain, which in turn reduces anxiety and nervous irritability. Pumpkin seeds contain essential minerals copper, manganese, potassium, calcium, iron, magnesium, zinc and selenium.

HEMP HEARTS (seeds)

Hemp seeds have approximately 20 amino acids (protein building blocks, as well as containing 8 of 9 essential amino acids needed in the human body for tissue integrity and growth. Hemp seeds lack lysine, the 9th essential amino acid. Hemp seeds contain both omega 3 and 6 fatty acids as well as being high in minerals magnesium, iron, and vitamin E.

BEE POLLEN

Bee pollen is approximately 40% protein and about half of its protein is in the form of free amino acids that are ready to be used directly by the body. Less metabolic processing means less oxidation byproducts. Carbohydrates, protein and B vitamins in bee pollen enhance stamina by fighting off fatigue. Bee pollen contains antioxidants helping to reduce inflammatory effect on the tissues in the body.

Bee Pollen helps reduce histamine that lead to allergies.Ingesting Bee Pollen supports intestinal flora and the immune function of nervous system of the digestive tract. Bee pollen is rich in antioxidants that protect cells from the damaging oxidation of free radicals.

Bee Pollen contains large amounts of rutin; an antioxidant bioflavonoid associated with vitamin C that helps strengthen capillaries, blood vessels, and assists with circulatory problems and corrects cholesterol levels. Bee pollen has anti-clotting effects could help prevent heart attack and stroke.

PSYLLIUM

Psyllium is a non-soluble fibre that functions as a bulking laxative. Psyllium absorbs water and softens stool travelling along to be expelled from the body.

This recipe uses Psyllium powder that is considered a safe form of psyllium for those with irritable bowel or colitis. Natural psyllium has no sugar and no protein content, it is a fibre simply helping with bowel motility.

CINNAMON SPICE

Cinnamon spice powder is warming, soothing, reduces intestinal gas. Cinnamon has the highest antioxidant content of all food. Cinnamon has numerous an essential oils, one of them eugenol reduces pain and is antiseptic. Cinnamon is known to support blood vessel and blood circulatory health. Cinnamon is a good source of minerals calcium, magnesium, iron, potassium, zinc, vitamins A, Bs. Cinnamon is an impressive and healing spice.

CRACKED CHLORELLA

Cracked chlorella is a single celled, micro algae powder, a natural detoxifier, one of the richest sources of chlorophyll a natural aid to processing oxygen and a blood purifier; helps eliminate heavy metals out of the body. Cracked chlorella is opened for human absorption of it’s complete proteins and high in B vitamin content. Cracked chlorella supports tissue repair, growth, helps balance body pH, blood sugar regulation and boosts immunity. Use only Broken Cell Wall Chlorella as this is the only form usable in the body.

SPIRULINA

Spirulina powder is a blue-green algae that is nutritionally dense, concentrated with proteins, antioxidants, chlorophyll, essential fatty acids, vitamins and minerals. Spirulina contains vitamins Bs, E, K, minerals calcium, iron, iodine, magnesium, manganese, potassium, selenium and zinc. As with cracked chlorella spirulina helps eliminate heavy metals, reduces inflammation and enhances immunity. Spirulina is a good source of bioavailable B12 necessary not only for vegetarians but everyone.

JUICE OF FRESH LEMON

Lemon juice from a freshly squeezed lemon (not bottled lemon juice) is recommended. Lemon juice is very low glycemic, soothes digestion, it helps dissolve kidney stones as well as supporting liver detoxification due to its high vitamin C content, antioxidants and essential oils. Lemon juice has minerals calcium, copper, iron, and potassium, vitamins Bs, C and folate.

MAGNESIUM L-THEONATE (LIQUID)

Liquid mag12 also known as Magnesium L-Theonate helps the body metabolize all macronutrients (carbohydrates, proteins & essential fats) as well as supporting healthy muscles, bones and teeth. Magnesium L-Theonate has been found to help the activity of over 300 enzymes as well as enhance neuroplasticity (the body’s ability to build new synapses and maintain memory). Do not confuse with magnesium citrate used as a laxative that with regular use can lead to dehydration. Magnesium L-Theonate uniquely passes the blood brain barrier for a enhancing effect on the brain and its functions.

LIQUID MINERALS

Liquid minerals or Liquid ionic minerals bring various needed minerals to the intestines for absorption. Ionic minerals are more easily absorbed than liquid minerals made by companies such as Genestra, however liquid minerals provide a sweetening to the fibre mix for young children or adults with a sweet tooth. Be mindful of the source of sweetening. Avoid artificial sweeteners; they are neurotoxins (destroy nerves).

RAISONS (OPTIONAL)

Organic raisons are recommended for optimal wellness. No one’s body needs sulphur dioxide, as it is a poison. Organic raisons are a good source of numerous antioxidants, minerals magnesium, manganese, copper, zinc, iron and potassium, fibre, vitamins C, Bs, and folate. Raisons are anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer, cholesterol balancing, reduces viral and fungal infections. Raisons naturally help with intestinal motility and provide energy for busy activities for all ages.

Keeping healthy can be fun and tasty! All the best from our kitchen to yours,

Akasha

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