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10 years ago
Molli
musicbebe Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hello Kitty, > > What is your height? I am 5'2 and down to 122 > (from a high of 155), but I still look like I need > to lose more weight, I just wonder how much. You > look good in your picture, so I was wondering how > tall you were; then I might know if I should aim > for 105. I know
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
10 years ago
Molli
kellykim23 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi All, > > I just bought a Breville juicer. I am new to > juicing. Can some explain how I can measure the > effectivness of my juicer? > > Thanks for your help! > KK The only thing I can think of to measure the effectiveness is to weigh what you are juicing before and then weigh the
Forum: Juicing, Juicers, Blending and Blenders
10 years ago
Molli
I have a Jack La Lanne juicer, but I am upgrading to a Green Star. The juicer works fine and I think is very easy to clean, but I think that over time the Green Star will pay for itself since there is probably far less waster with the Green Star juicer. From what I read, the pulp with a Green Star is very dry, while the pulp with my Jack LaLanne is not. I don't want to spend $$ on organic prod
Forum: Juicing, Juicers, Blending and Blenders
10 years ago
Molli
Personally, I think that coffee is really bad for the body.
Forum: Other Health Related
10 years ago
Molli
Did you run an overnite test the same nite with the same kind of water in the same kind of container only without the Prill beads to see if the pH of that water also changed?
Forum: Other Health Related
10 years ago
Molli
I try to really enjoy my green juice drink each morning. If I eat when I'm at about a 5 on the hungry scale instead of a 10, I try to enjoy it all. If I'm at a 10 I might wolf down the first few bites. I am still getting flushed in my face off and on for a few seconds after I eat a lot of greens. I'm not sure this is going to go away! At really wierd. Doesn't seem to matter what variety o
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
10 years ago
Molli
Tamukha Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Molli, > > Utopian Life means that those people consume > 60-80% of calories from fat over the course of a > day or week. Fat is so much more calorie dense > than fruit or greens, it's easy to mislead > yourself. You may think that because you've eaten > nothing but salads and a few apples
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
10 years ago
Molli
Utopian Life Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Don't ask me! Ask them. I see people eating gobs > of oils and nuts and olives......no wonder they > have no energy. ughhhhhhhhhh. That weighs me down just thinking about it! I admit that I have consumed some oil since I went raw 2.5 weeks ago. Its because I am eating up my salad dressings in the
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
10 years ago
Molli
I'm sorry you have such terrible doctors where you live. That must be terrible to have the disease you have with no doctors that can really help you to learn about what you should eat.
Forum: Other Health Related
10 years ago
Molli
Wheatgrass Yogi Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Molli Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Are we supposed to eat more chlorophyll then we > > could eat from green veggies? > That's a good point. Brian Clement (Director of > Hippocrates Health Institute) says Chlorella will > Detox the &g
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
10 years ago
Molli
Utopian Life Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I'm not even talking just about weight, but about > the proportion of fat versus muscle on your body. > If you eat more fat than your body needs (about > 5-15% calories from fat, whereas some raw fooders > do like 60-80%), it's stored as, well, fat. And > fat contributes to dis-ease. Holy
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
10 years ago
Molli
That's good to know. I am waiting for September for the new Green Star model to be out, and then I'll compare to the other Green Stars and see which one I want to order. I felt like I completely wasted organic spinach this morning! I'll just eat the rest of it in salads this week.
Forum: Juicing, Juicers, Blending and Blenders
10 years ago
Molli
Has you doctor suggested eating a lot of bananas. My friend who has various problems with her colon, etc. was told to NOT eat any bananas. They would always flare up her symptoms.
Forum: Other Health Related
10 years ago
Molli
You might want to read about spinach. From what I understand, it is difficult for many people to digest eating it in its pure raw form and can cause a lot of discomfort with some people. Have you tried juicing?
Forum: Other Health Related
10 years ago
Molli
I just thought I'd say good morning and report that I've been eating about 90% raw for 2.5 weeks now. I feel great! I have so much energy I'm bouncing off the walls. Last nite I went to the gym and did cardio for 80 minutes and stopped because it was midnight and I really needed to go to bed! How is your raw food diet treating you lately?
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
10 years ago
Molli
I only have a Jack LaLanne juicer right now. This morning I decided to add organic baby spinach leaves to my green drink. I tossed them in the juicer and got about a tsp juice out of 2 handsful of leaves! The juicer pretty must just tossed them where it tosses the pulp. For those of you who have decent juicers, do you get much juice out of raw spinach?
Forum: Juicing, Juicers, Blending and Blenders
10 years ago
Molli
tropical Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > SuperInfinity some things came to mind when I read > your post : > > - Too much vitamin D is as bad as too little and I > wouldn't take synthetic vitamins (if that's what > you are taking), I'd rather take Alfalfa tablets - > this site lists all the vitamins in alfalfa and > even says that
Forum: Other Health Related
10 years ago
Molli
Your recipe has been tempting me for a couple of days now! I don't think I can purchase coconuts where I live, but I can purchase raw coconut flakes? Would that work?
Forum: Recipes and Food Preparation
10 years ago
Molli
Are we supposed to eat more chlorophyll then we could eat from green veggies? This is something I know nothing about, but it always concerns me a bit to eat mega doses of anything that I'm not getting thru natural foods.
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
10 years ago
Molli
Suncloud, How do you do it? I do use a juicer for a couple of reasons. I just don't know if I could possible eat all the veggies that I put in my juicer every day! I have beening thinking about my juicer as packing in the nutrition. I also wouldn't eat several of the veggies that I juice raw. Are you mostly a fresh fuit eater?
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
10 years ago
Molli
Pborst, By my definition of raw, which I know is very narrow, what I was wondering the most about is whether raw food eaters are trying to reproduce foods that they used to eat on a SAD diet by varying the recipes and using a dehydrator, or whether more were just eating fruits, veggies, seeds without a dehydrator. I'm not saying that either choice is better or worse then the other, but for me
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
10 years ago
Molli
How many of you eat 100% raw (to me, that means not increasing the temperature of anything, including not using a dehyrator) v those that use dehydrators? If you don't use any heat for any of your food, was that a progression for you to get there, or is that how you converted to raw originally? I don't have a decent dehydrator and not sure I want to order one. I can make all kinds of food
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
10 years ago
Molli
eecho Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Well how do you define "need"? If need=what's > best, then you should soak them. However just > eating a few unsoaked per day probably won't make > you feel much different vs. soaked. If I can get more nutrition out of the soaked nuts, which is what I thought soaking them was doing (it breaks
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
10 years ago
Molli
I soak my nuts, but I'm new to this and just doing what I'm reading to do! Now that I've read the posts in this thread though, I'm wondering if I really need to soak them. I don't eat more than a palm full of nuts a day, if that many.
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
10 years ago
Molli
I've only been on the boards for 2 weeks now, but I have noticed your struggles with your health and figuring out what to eat that will work for you. My only suggestion is to find something that works and eat that way for several days. Let your body settle in to what is working for it, instead of changing it up so frequently. Then add one new raw food item for a day or two and see how that aff
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
10 years ago
Molli
Without a doubt, a juicer. I don't even make smoothies (granted I've only been raw for 2 weeks). Its working great for me to make 2 really large juice drinks a day and eat fresh fruit and a salad the rest of the day. I look at veggies now in the produce stand very differently -- pure nutrition to juice. I'd never put something like asparagus, beets, broccoli, etc. in a blender. But I've been
Forum: Juicing, Juicers, Blending and Blenders
10 years ago
Molli
rawfoods Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > No, I've never heard that before! As far as i > know, herbs are all natural and not toxic at > all... hmm... There are some herbs that cause our blood to stop clotting -- they may be natural, but not necessary good for us. Since so many people are on such herb kicks nowadays, the medical profession is hav
Forum: Sprouting and Organic Gardening
10 years ago
Molli
No matter how much weight you loose, you need to exercise your heart and lungs. A lot of very thin people are in TERRIBLE shape because they do not get any exercise. Just try walking or hiking or whatever you like to do. Maybe join and exercise class for beginners someplace. Once you do get moving you will very quickly feel even better.
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
10 years ago
Molli
SuperInfinity Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I know it's self-gratifying to say this, but I > really think people should listen to > SuperInfinity!!! I mean Molli why did you > automatically go back to thinking worms were bad > for you again? They're not bad in small quntities, > they're GOOD!!! ASTHMA and most other allergic > reacti
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
10 years ago
Molli
I did a search on some raw foods sprouting sites and its looks like you can purchase raw oat groats seeds and soak them and eat them. The sites didn't say that you needed to sprout them first.
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
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