Friday, October 28, 2011


Obesity is keyed by many factors!
Lack of water, junk food, processed foods, starch, the need to detox & hunger. Obesity is also keyed by lack of enzyme rich nutrients.

Thursday, October 27, 2011


I made some spaghetti that was so firrrrre last week... & it was done so fast!
It takes longer for the pot of water to boil on the burner than to cook the spelt pasta, haha!

Spelt products can be found in your local health food store year-round.
Spelt is an ancient grain that traces its heritage back long before many wheat hybrids. Many of its benefits come from the fact that it offers a broader spectrum of nutrients compared to many of its more inbred cousins in the wheat family. It can be used in many of the same ways as wheat including bread and pasta making. Spelt does not seem to cause sensitivities in many people who are intolerant of wheat.
To make this fast, awesome-tasting, yet healthy meal like I did, be ready to wash some dishes & get the following ingredients:
8 cups of water in a pot
1 box of VitaSpelt's 100% Whole Grain Spelt Spaghetti
1 jar of Organic Eden's Roma Tomato Sauce
8oz. of fresh chopped mushrooms (no Shitake mushrooms)
1 fresh bell pepper pitted and chopped (I chose green)
1/4 fresh Yellow Onion finely chopped
2 fresh roma tomatoes chopped (optional)
Herbs & Seasonings:
Basil, Sea Salt, Ceyanne Pepper, Onion Powder, Crushed Red Pepper (optional)
Follow me:
In a saucepan, add roma tomato sauce, roma tomatoes, basil, onion powder, and sea salt (add sauce to seasonings to taste) and bring to a soft boil. Reduce heat to keep sauce warm.
As water comes to a boil, cook spelt spaghetti 5-6 minutes (until tender, do not overcook) then drain & fast rinse. Add a little olive oil to keep pasta from sticking. Put the spaghetti back in the pot.
Meanwhile in a skillet, sautee mushrooms, yellow onion, and bell pepper in olive oil with basil & ceyanne pepper for 3-4 minutes.
You're all done now... unless you prefer to mix your sauteed veggies into the tomato sauce and simmer a bit.
Grab a big plate or dish because its time to eat!!
Peace =]

Saturday, October 22, 2011


Last night I freestyled a "gourmet" meal that end up being quite awesome in the end.
Chopped Spinach & Spelt Berries is a great meal for a chilly October day... well, maybe it isn't but its good & its good for you regardless!
Both are natural and easily digestible and spelt is a great grain for those who have wheat allergies and both are super nutritious!
How its done:

Organic Spelt Berries:
Soak one (1) cup of organic spelt berries for 8 hours in water.

Drain and rinse, then add to four (4) cups of water & a dash of Himalayan Sea Salt in a saucepan and bring to a boil.
Once boiling, reduce heat and cover, then simmer for 45-60 minutes until soft (or water is mostly evaporated).

Chopped Spinach & Onions:

Bring 1/3 cup water & a dash of Sea Salt to a boil.
Add fresh Spinach, sliced Yellow Onion, a few slices of Green Bell Pepper, and Crushed Red Pepper (optional).

Return to boiling, reduce heat and cover, then simmer slowly for 8-10 minutes stirring once or twice while cooking.
Once finished, top with a dash of Himalayan Sea Salt to add flavor. Drain any unwanted water.


Friday, October 14, 2011


This recipe may sound a bit crazy but trust me, it's GOOOOD; and it's quick, healthy, and easy to make since I live The FAST Life!

Believe it or not, kale and romaine will blend up perfectly into a smoothie.

I added green apple, fresh squeezed orange juice, organic raw blue agave syrup, and raw almond butter too. It doesn't even taste like you're drinking kale and romaine!

Here's what you need to make this quick recipe:
blender, teaspoon, knife

1 fistful chopped kale leaves
1 fistful chopped romaine leaves
1/2 green apple cut into pieces
1 1/2 cups fresh-squeezed cold orange juice *(not from concentrate) or use 1 1/2 cups almond milk

1 teaspoon organic raw raw blue agave syrup
1 tablespoon raw almond butter

In a blender, combine kale, romaine, and orange juice. Blend until no big bits remain. Stop blender and add apple pieces, raw almond butter, and organic raw blue agave syrup. Blend until smooth. Pour in a tall glass and enjoy immediately!

WoOoOoO000 =]

Thursday, October 13, 2011


I was going to slow it down a bit for dinner yesterday because I had the taste for some cooked greens.
As the day went by quite FAST, and I realized I that I didn't want to clean and then cook my Kale greens for 30 minutes or so---so instead I made a all natural kick-ass salad dinner!
Here's a list of all the ingredients---check me out:
1. One (1) bunch of cleaned Kale greens (remove the leaves from thick stalk)
2. Roma Tomato sliced into chunks
3. Cucumber sliced & cut into pieces (depends on size)
4. Chopped green onion
5. Raw Sesame seeds
Pile everything on top of your Kale as you go and your done!
For the dressing, I freestyled some all-natural ingredients as well but it turned out quite amazing!
1. Two (2) heaping teaspoons of Extra Virgin Olive Oil
2. Half (1/2) teaspoon of organic Raw Blue Agave Syrup (nectur)
3. Dash of Sea Salt
4. Two (2) dashes of Himalayan Sea Salt
5. Two (2) dashes of Basil
6. Two (2) dashes of Ceyanne Pepper
Add all these ingredients in a small bowl, stir well, and wallah!
*feel free to adjust the ingredients to your taste but be careful with the agave, its quite sweet!
WoOoO---so firrrrre. So healthy!
I love the FAST life!

Monday, October 10, 2011


Today, I whipped up this healthy organic hot breakfast cereal in about 5 minutes, and that's stretching it a bit. Plus, its inexpensive and a great meal to jump start a busy day.
Made with 100% whole grain and natural fruit, it produces a strong body & healthy blood... the perfect meal for my FAST lifestyle!

2 cups water
1 cup organic spelt flakes (roasted and rolled)
1 organic gala apple
1 pinch of pink Himalayan sea salt
1 teaspoon organic raw blue agave nectar (optional)


1. Bring 2 cups water & your pinch of pink Himalayan sea salt to a boil.
2. While waiting on your water to boil, now is the perfect time to cut your gala apple into small bite-sized chuncks (gala apples are great because they break down easy in heat & are easily digested) and put to the side, we'll add them after the hot cereal is finished.
3. Once the water is boiling, add your 1 cup of spelt flakes, stir, and cook at least 3 minutes (I usually cook my spelt flakes about 4 minutes).
4. Slowly drain any unwanted remaining water and add your 1 teaspoon of agave sweetener and your gala apple chunks, stir and wallah, all done!
5. Enjoy as is, or add a piece of fresh fruit (peach shown) on the side! =)