Thoughts on the world, homeopathy, mindfulness and food...
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I've just got this on email from a friend, colleague and client and thought would share with you here as may be useful to someone. Ann put on a great event two weeks ago and was joined by Rosa and Philip Hughes from Medical Thermal Imaging as well as Nina Joy. All of whom were a pleasure to listen to as well as being informative, approachable and relevant. They do have another event provisionally marked in the diary for Saturday 11th October so if you're looking for ways to improve your health, preventative measures around cancer or just somewhere to get more information about living well, this could be the event for you.
I'm proud to say I referred Ann (as I have many people) to The China Study. I still think it's essential reading for anyone who eats or creates food for another person.
With love and light x
BOOKS: TITLE AUTHOR
The China Study* T Colin Campbell PhD & Thomas M Campbell
The Rainbow Diet* Chris Woollams PhD
The Optimum Nutrition Bible Dr Patrick Holford
Healthy Cook Books:
The China Study Cookbook Leanne Campbell PhD
Honestly Healthy Natasha Corrett & Vicky Edgson
Raw Freedom Saskia Fraser
Everything You Need To Know To Help You Beat Cancer* Chris Woollams PhD *
Oestrogen, The Killer in Our Midst* Chris Woollams PhD *
Vital Signs for Cancer Xandria Williams PhD*
The New Medicine Dr Patrick Kingsley*
Why We’re Still Dying to Know The Truth Phillip Day*
The Adventures of a Cancer Maverick Nina Morton-Brook*
Mum’s Not Having Chemo Laura Bond
How to Kill Cancer Cells Natalie Mitchell
The Cancer Breakthrough Steve Hickey PhD & Hilary Roberts
Vitamin C: The Real Story Steve Hickey PhD & Andrew W Saul PhD
Your Life in Your Hands Professor Jane Plant
The Cure For All Cancers Hulda Clark PhD ND
Cancer Recovery Guide Jonathon Chamberlain
The Cancer Directory Dr Rosie Daniel
Cancer Free Bill Henderson
The Only Answer to Cancer Dr Leonard Coldwell
A Wellness Guide for the Digital Age* Kerry Crofton PhD
The Journey Brandon Bays
The Biology of Belief Bruce Lipton PhD
It’s The Thought That Counts David R Hamilton PhD
How Your Mind Can Heal Body David R Hamilton PhD
Molecules of Emotion Candace B Pert PhD
www.reson8.uk.com - Bioresonance
www.medscans.co.uk – Medical Thermal Imaging
www.julipa.com - for comfy bras J
www.yourhealthbasket.co.uk (use discount code AD21 for 7% discount on all orders)
For Healthy Foods and Recipes Online:
www.uggfoods.com - delicious healthy treat (wheat, gluten, dairy and sugar free!)
Well to a screen near you (really near - if you're reading this then any moment you could be meeting them)! What are you doing still reading this? Watch the fab video below instead!!
And that's not all!! Yep - there's more...
Have a watch, and give me a shout if you've any questions about how homeopathy might help you - I'm always happy to chat!
Two juicers. Half a kilo of carrots. One woman. One amazing camera assistant. What would the verdict be?
So... dropping the Hollywood voice over, and getting back to Fruity HQ realities :)
Btw did anyone else used to do the Hollywood voice over with the credits of films...? We used to love it. OK, really moving on this time.
I'd decided after my juicer broke to treat myself to a new machine and as I'm helping out a client at the moment thought I'd look to avoid aluminium, get the maximum out of the juice and have a less oxidised, slower juiced version.
All credit to the Philips to be fair - it's not been a bad machine to have - it's been a real workhorse, many times making 4-6 juices a day and used plentifully over the last 4-5 years. It's reasonably priced, now a fair bit more than back when we got ours but I guess people have jumped onto the fact juicing is popular now. It does use an aluminium mesh which I'd not thought about til recently when a friend questioned me on it. And does oxidise the juice more as is a much faster process, working as a centrifugal juicer, which means ideally you should drink it sooner as it's already exposed to the air and losing nutrients faster.
After a LOT of deliberation, and very nearly purchasing a Hurom masticating juicer, I (with the Hurom in the shopping cart online) I went off to look at the Kuvings Whole Fruit Juicer. Attracted as I was mainly to the size of the chute. It's important to me! I'm currently making 5 juices a day and make them in my 7-8.30am breakfast stretch whilst I'm getting up and ready for the day, making (vegan of course) pancakes or porridge for Isla, smoothies for another client, lunch for my daughter, breakfast for me and my lunch if I'm to be away from home that day. Chopping a load of veg to get into the juicer is something I can really happily live without on a morning. So after reading reviews, asking around, I plumped for the Kuvings. And I'm so happy that I did!
The subtle differences are big for me too. It's easier to take apart. Not totally sure if it's easier to clean (should have done a timed take apart and clean. Next time...) but it's definately not harder. It's smaller, or at least feels it although may just be the different shape. It's quieter. There is a handy tap on the chute. So if you're occasionally dopey like yours truly, there's a cut off tap for you!
The juice on the left is the Philips - the centrifugal juicer and the right is the shiny new Kuvings. The jugs are different sizes so it's not about the yield here but you can see the separation of juice and the froth due to the faster process.
The yield for the Kuvings is advertised as being up to 35% more than a centrifugal juicer. I'm not sure it's that much but it was more. This was pure carrots in my juice here. I have a feeling that softer fruits you may get even more too - the pulp is much drier than the pulp I used to get from the Philips.
A friend was around for dinner and was a great taster. She felt the Philips juice (on the left) was somehow creamier - maybe as a result of the froth on the top. The Kuvings she thought tasted fresher and liked the Kuvings one more. It's pulp-ier and for me this makes quite a refreshing juice. It's somehow more filling and there's something to chew on instead of being really easy to just swallow it down. And if you want less pulp then you just need to sieve.
On the whole - I think buy what you can best afford. If you've never juiced before, are the type of person who gathers gadgets then the gadgets gather dust then I'd probably not run out for a masticating juicer just yet. If you love your juicing and are looking to upgrade then I think the Kuvings is a great machine.
I'm a Homeopath working in the Skipton (North Yorkshire) area. I am also able to offer food intolerance testing using Kinesiology and advice around diet and lifestyle.