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Toot to the root veggies – Cooking with love

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Toot to the root veggies.

Let’s cook with love.

How many days do you get up and say, “What on earth am I going to eat today? I’m so bored with my food.”

I get it. I say the same thing. It can be difficult to get creative with food and stay creative.

We know that eating healthy is a lifetime plan with cancer and beyond so becoming creative and educated about food is essential. The pharmacy is in your kitchen.

I thought I’d share a recipe with you to spice up your weekend.

Being Fall in New England let’s toot to the root veggies.

Did you know that turnips are coming into vogue again? I love turnips, and when I grew up in New Zealand, we would roast them and have them often with other root veggies like parsnips and carrots. Unfortunately, there would be lamb cooking beside those veggies. Our diet consisted of meat, tons of potatoes and vegetables. My grandmother would cook the veggies until they were unrecognizable and turned to mush! No wonder we hated veggies. On Fridays, Dad would come home with take-out which was fried fish and chips (fries) doused in vinegar and wrapped up in newspaper!! Oooh, they were good! Yikes! We’ve learned so much more now about the power of food.

Turnips are low carb. (That’s good!) A medium sized turnip has total carbohydrates of 8g, and then you deduct the dietary fiber 2.2g. Turnips are an excellent low carb food – loaded with vitamins.

Depending on your healing diet of choice you may want to substitute some of the ingredients in this recipe below. I know Gerson, and other programs don’t permit spices and condiments. Make the adjustments you need, and that feels right for you. This is only a suggestion if you wish to spice things up this weekend. What matters most is that you are nourished and feeling good. You know your body best and what works for you but keep in mind that anti-inflammatory foods are scientifically proven to heal by reducing inflammation. 💝

A little nutritional science anyone?

Promised info from the video: My personal recommendations. I do not get paid by these companies to promote their products. These are the products I have researched, trust and take myself. AA/EPA test Omega 3’s – Vegan Omega 3′ s Fish oils

Now that we have the science out of the way let’s start cooking with love.

Prue’s Place Tip: Try to use organic non-irradiated spices (can be pricey $$$) when possible and use organic veggies or wash the veggies in Braggs’ Apple Cider Vinegar and cold water for 5 minutes. (check last Saturday’s email – October 14, Prue’s Place Daily where I go into detail about this.)

Chickpea Turnip Spicy Love Delight.

Prep Time: 25 mins – Servings 4-5

Ingredients:

2 tbsp of Olive Oil (substitute with 1/4 cup of water or low sodium organic veggie stock – make sure to read the label because some have corn syrup!

1 organic white onion, diced

2 cloves of organic garlic

1 tbsp organic ground cumin

2 tbsp organic curry powder

1 (15 ounce) can garbanzo beans (chickpeas) (BPA-free cans)

1/2 organic red bell pepper diced

1 organic turnip peeled and diced

1 cup of organic corn cornels (Non GMO) (optional: substitute with spinach or kale)

15 oz can of organic tomato sauce (BPA-free can)

1 pinch of salt (optional)

Cracked pepper to taste.

Red pepper flakes

Directions:

Heat the olive oil or substitute with water or low sodium veggie stock in a large saucepan over medium heat. Stir in the onion, garlic, cumin, and curry powder; cook and stir until the onion has softened and turned translucent, about 7 minutes. Add the garbanzo beans, red bell pepper, turnip, organic corn (optional) (substitute with spinach or kale) and tomato sauce. Season with red pepper flakes, pinch of salt, and black pepper. Bring to a simmer over medium-high heat, then reduce heat to medium-low, cover, and simmer until the vegetables are tender and the curry has thickened, 1 1/2 to 2 hours.

Send me photos of your yummy Chickpea Turnip Love Delight. I’d love to see them.

“Bon appetite” my lovely friends.

Alway remember to nourish yourself with love at every chance you get and do something that makes you happy this weekend.

Quote of the day: “The key to being happy is knowing you have the power to choose what to accept and what to let go.” ~ Dodinsky

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Prue’s Place Daily – live better with cancer

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Be Better – Love Better – Live Better with cancer & beyond

 

Hello everyone and welcome to Prue’s Place Daily.

How exciting is this.

I’m awake earlier than usual as promised to welcome you all to our very first Prue’s Place Daily. As I sip my tea with a touch of local honey (good for seasonal allergies) enjoying the cool breeze coming through the window, I can’t help feeling blessed to live in this amazing part of the world. It’s officially Fall (Autumn) here in New England and the leaves are slowly starting to change. A few red maple leaves are shining brightly among the green leaves. It’s a magnificent site.

We still have temperatures in the high 50’s (14c) to low 70’s (21c) which I find just perfect. This is my favorite time of the year. A great day to start our new inspired lives together.

Prue’s Place Daily starts right now.

Here we go on a new venture together.

Prue’s nugget of wisdom:

The majority of us at Prue’s Place have heard those three scary words, “You have cancer,” or you have this or that disease. It is a devastating time in our lives.

I was in my 20’s when the Oncologist told me I had stage 4 cancer and I remember exactly how I felt the first time I heard those words “you have cancer” and when the secondaries showed up, all hell broke lose. In that moment, it was as if my blood had turned to ice; I was freezing and shaking all over and my body felt numb. I couldn’t hear a word my doctor was saying; all I could see was his mouth moving.

We can never be prepared for devastating news like a cancer diagnosis so I have put together a quick a guideline: The “3 things to do when you’ve been diagnosed with cancer” to help you and your loved ones through this tumultuous time.

Please share this video with your loved ones and friends who have been newly diagnosed. This video will help to bring calm to the storm and help you face this emotionally challenging time with some logic and common sense.

“Think great thoughts today lovely you. Catch the negative ones and gently send them on their way – bye bye.”

Love you. See you tomorrow.

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What is Ho’oponopono? Can we heal others?

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What is Ho’oponopono?

Healing comes in many forms

Hands on healing, spiritual healing and many forms of healing have been around for centuries. I’ve experienced numerous types in my travels and recently sent one of my dearest clients in the UK to the famous Harry Edwards Healing Sanctuary. They have been healing people all over the world for 60 years. When I was struggling with cancer, I went every week to a hands-on-healer who had studied in India. Find someone who resonates with you and set up a weekly visit. It is something special you can do for yourself. Most healers ask for donations or you can search for a spiritualist church where it will be free.

True Story About Healing

Today I have an amazing true story to share with you about how Dr. Hew healed a ward of mentally ill criminals with Ho’oponopono.
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Without love in your life you could die.

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Without love in your life you could die.

Love is the best medicine

 

Why do we find it so hard to love and take care of ourselves?

If one of our inner belief systems or thought patterns is, “I am unworthy,” then one of our outer effects will be procrastination. After all, procrastination is one way to keep us from being who we want to be. Then we can berate ourselves again for procrastinating and prove to ourselves that we really are unworthy of living a healthy vibrant life. How sad?

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Loneliness is a silent killer.

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Loneliness is a silent killer

Did you know that one in five people suffer from loneliness and isolation? Recent research shows that these feelings can cause heart disease, high blood pressure, cancer, depression and many other illnesses.

Your emotional health matters.

Emotions matter more than you realize. You go to your Oncologist because they are experts in cancer drugs – the physical part of cancer. Oncologists did not study nutrition, emotional health and the mind-body connection in medical school. So, you must become educated on how to heal your whole health – your whole life. I requires surrounding yourself with the right healing team.
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What the bleep can you eat?

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What the bleep can you eat?

Have you heard of any of these diets?

Atkins – Paleo – Weight Watches – Scarsdale – Israeli Army diet – Grapefruit Diet – Slim Fast – South Beach – Vegan – Vegetarian – Lacto-vegetarian – Fruitarian vegetarian – Lacto-ovo-vegetarian – Ovo-vegetarian, Flextarian – Living food raw diet. Pritikin – Gerson – The Zone Diet – Paleo – Ketogenic – Nutritional Ketogenic – Just to name a few!
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Mother told me I wasn’t good enough.

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Mother told me I wasn’t good enough so I never felt good enough.

When was the last time you sat still and recognized your accomplishments? I’m not talking about physical things like the amount of money you make or the big house you live in with the fancy car in the driveway. I’m talking about the expansion of your soul and the life lessons you’ve learned. If the evolution of our soul is a fact of life, we will want to keep evolving and becoming more aware so we can live a more harmonious and rewarding life.

Can we have it all?

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Can We Have it All? If you collected all of the articles, blog posts and white papers that have been written on the topic of stress over the last few years, you’d have enough to fill a small fleet of Honda CR-Vs. There is so much information about stress that reading all of it would completely stress you out. But is any of this information really helping people deal with the stress in their lives? If you tell your doctor about your stress, he’ll quickly write you a prescription for…

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