Living Foods Workshops at Living Arts Wellness

Living Foods Workshops at Living Arts Wellness

Please Call to Register… Class size limited

When: March 19th through May 14th

Where: Living Arts Wellness, 500 South Whitcomb Street, Fort Collins, Colorado 80521

Time: 6:30 – 8:00pm

Cost: $300 (Includes all foods, instruction and written materials)

March 19 Introduction to Living Foods… This workshop will give you an overview of the nutritional system of Dr. Ann Wigmore. You will be given a manual, and we will discuss the digestive process and value of Living Foods. Come hungry because there will be delicious energy soup!

April 2 Growing Greens and Grasses… Young sunflower greens are mainly used for blending into energy soup. Baby shoots top all other greens for nutritional content and ease of digestion. Living Foods and wheatgrass go hand in hand. Wheatgrass is used to help the body heal itself in cases of disease, injury and toxicity. During this class, you will learn to grow both sunflower greens and wheatgrass… all materials provided.

April 16 Energy Soup!… The Living Foods lifestyle consists of more than just eating raw foods. The most important type of food preparation used in this lifestyle is blending. Blending breaks food down into a form ready for digestion, easing the load of the stomach and small intestines and allowing maximal absorption. And, greens and sprouts contain lots of fiber, and are often difficult to ingest in large quantities unless blended. This provides a concentrated source of nutrition than simple salads.

April 30 Fermented Foods… Learn to make rejuvelac and seed cheese. These fermented foods aid in digestion and serve as antioxidants when combined with other foods.

May 7 Sprouted Cereal… Cereals provide concentrated calories, protein, and high levels of B vitamins. Learn to soak, sprout, and dehydrate buckwheat and grains to make delicious, nutritious, and easily digested cereals!

May 14 Raw Luck!… We will gather for a raw potluck and will learn to make nut milks and a gourmet, raw dessert… Raspberry Pistachio Ice cream Pie! During this final meeting, we will talk about using living foods as a lifestyle and the benefits of using it as a cleanse.

Hemp Milk Recipe

Are you going non-dairy? Hemp milk and cream are easy to make and are soooo good for you…
Recipe: Homemade Hemp Milk… great alternative to dairy!

This tastes way better and is much fresher than the store-bought version… and doesn’t contain any preservatives or funky additives.

1/2 – 3/4 cup hemp seeds (hulled, can be found at Whole Foods or any natural food store)
2 cups filtered water
optional: ground vanilla bean or cinnamon

Throw all in the blender and blend for a minute or two. Keeps for 5 days or so in the refrigerator. Shake when ready to use. Add frozen strawberries and a little coconut sugar, raw honey, or stevia… makes a great strawberry milkshake!

Hemp seeds are actually a fruit. They have a mild, nutty taste. The seeds are a vegan source of biologically available and easily digested protein and contain all 10 essential amino acids. Three tablespoons of hemp seeds contains 11 grams of protein! Hemp seeks contain a good ratio of omega fatty acids, which are anti-inflammatory… and the list of benefits goes on!hemp-milk-seeds-with-milk

Almond Milk: A Raw Food & Living Foods Dairy Alternative

For those of you that avoid dairy products, almond milk is a great is a great alternative to traditional cow’s milk. It has no lactose or cholesterol and can be considered a raw, living food if the nuts are soaked and sprouted prior to making the milk.

Almonds are rich in magnesium, potassium and copper. They are also very high in vitamin E, selenium and calcium, which are anti-oxidants and may reduce the risk of various types of cancer. Almond milk made straight from ground almonds and water is very high in all of these nutrients.

Check out the following link for a great raw almond milk recipe. And, if you choose to purchase almond milk, check out the ingredients because most of them contain very little almond!

Living Foods Recipe for Almond Milk

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