Something old, something new, something borrowed & something stew!
Posted by Andrea Nakayama
It’s a bit of an exaggeration to call it old, but I’m in the midst of Revitalize: A TrulyFood Winter Cleanse with my partner, the talented chef, Andrea Livingston. It’s our FOURTH consecutive year leading this particular winter cleanse and this year we’re joined by over 100 cleansers from around the globe.
THE GOOD NEWS IS THAT IT’S NOT TOO LATE TO JOIN US!
The TrulyFood Seasonal Cleanses have been wildly successful and participants keep coming back for another opportunity to:
- cleanse their internal detoxification organs for better sleep and energy
- eat delicious food that satisfies the heart and soul &
- receive all the support they need to achieve their cleansing needs!
Join us this season for a winter wonderland of comfort for your taste buds and adrenals.
further details below
Have you caught the videos for my 2013 offering of the now celebrated Holistic Nutrition Lab? (Video #3 is live today!)
There’s a FREE SEMINAR this Friday called Functional Nutrition 101 and I’m so excited to bring you this class I can hardly wait!
This program is specifically designed for holistic health practitioners.
We’re going to:
- investigate the meaning of what’s going on in there
- uncover how to best boost your practice by addressing your client’s or patient’s needs
- explore why an understanding of human physiology can elevate your position on your client’s or patient’s health care team
Join me FRIDAY for the free seminar Functional Nutrition 101. Reserve your spot now!
further details below
I want to give you a taste of one of Andrea Livingston’s creations so you can get a taste of one of the fantastic recipes included in the Revitalize Cleanse.
You’re in for a treat!
West African Creamy Yam Soup
1/4 cup peeled chopped fresh ginger
4 1/2 cups water
3 garlic gloves peeled and chopped
1 onion chopped
3 large carrots sliced
1 large yam/sweet potato peeled and cubed
3 tablespoons fresh lemon juice
3/4 cup creamy smooth raw almond butter
4 cups ginger broth (see below)
2 1/2 cups tomato juice (I recommend Bionaturae Organic Strained tomatoes blended to 2 1/2 cups)
dash of cayenne
1 teaspoon coconut palm sugar
to make broth:
Place ginger and 4 1/2 cups water in a medium pot and bring to a boil, reduce to a simmer and cook, covered for 30 minutes to an hour until broth is strong. Skim out ginger and set aside. preparation:
In a large soup pot place garlic, onion, carrot, yam, ginger broth and cayenne (optional). If broth has reduced make sure vegetables are covered by adding water. Bring to a boil, reduce and simmer for 15-30 minutes until vegetables are tender. Working in batches, blend or puree vegetables and broth with the almond butter. Return to pot. Add tomato juice and bring to a boil. Reduce heat to medium low and stir in sea salt, lemon juice and coconut palm sugar (optional). Let simmer for a few more minutes and remove from heat. Spoon into bowls and top with chopped scallions and pumpkin seeds.
Recipe borrowed from my TrulyFood Cleanse partner Andrea Livingston of Phytofoods.
More Class Details!
Revitalize: A TrulyFood Winter Cleanse
Yes, it’s that time of year! Time for your TrulyFood Cleanse. And you’re not too late!
Teleseminar Recording available immediately upon registration.
Group Cleanse Dates:
February 4th through 10th (with an extension for late comers!)
Get ready to focus on restoring your adrenals and kidneys and nourishing your body for the season.
Sign-up now to secure your spot and get started immediately.
This is One Week of Cleansing Comfort Foods for Your Mind, Body & Spirit! Enjoy simple soups, stews, winter salads and restorative teas. You’ll have access to all the teachings, instructions, protocols, community and 24/7 online support all from your very own home!
Even if you think you already know HOW to do a cleanse, the TrulyFood Cleanses promise to deliver a difference. Plus it always helps to have hand-holding, support and accountability right at your fingertips.
Click here to learn more.
February 8, 2013 9am PT / 12pm ET
Come tap into how to use some of the guiding principles of Functional Medicine to captivate and enroll health coaching clients – while giving you the top tools to help them.
Do you sometimes feel like a fraud in the field of nutrition, masquerading as a health coach without the tools to truly help people combat their health issues?
In this free seminar, you’ll discover:
- How to feel like you know enough in that very first client session.
- What to ask that will help to inform the next-steps in your bio-individualized nutritional plan.
- What you need to know in order to take your nutrition training (and business) to the next level.
EXPERIENCE A FREE TRAINING SERIES WITH ANDREA NAKAYAMA TO HELP YOU
Begin practicing functionally today!
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