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Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Heal All Tea Recipe | Dr. Morse Heal All Tea





For more information regarding the amazing benefits of Dr. Morse's Heal All Tea please check out my companion post on my blog.

Dr Morse's Heal All Tea Benefits

Dr Morse's Heal All Tea

How I make it, and the awesome benefits! 


   Diet is a big part of detoxification and our overall healing journey, but another important part of that is our use of herbs. When I began to watch Dr. Morse and learn from him, It became apparent to me that herbs, in addition to a raw vegan fruitarian diet was a must to any good healing program. So after watching some videos and reading The Detox Miracle Source book by Dr. Morse I decided that his Heal All Tea was a great place for me to start with the herbs. I didn't want to start with stronger herbal formulas. I am taking it slow and don't want to buy a bunch of herbs that I don't know what to do with. I have always been a tea drinker, more specifically green tea. But, when I began this journey towards optimal health last October green tea with honey or agave sweeter was one of the foods that I gave up. So, my Heal All Tea has replaced my usual tea consumption.


Heal All Tea is a combination of eight different powerful herbs. It is called tea, but it does not contain tea leaves. Heal All Tea is actually an herbal tea, containing only herbs. It is called Heal All because of the beautiful combination of herbs specifically selected to target key areas that must be worked on in any type of natural healing journey.

I have to be honest! When I first made this tea I didn't like the taste. It is an interesting and strong taste. I was a little discouraged. I really wanted it to taste awesome, so that I could consume it daily and experience the benefits. I wondered how I was going to drink the recommended 4 cups daily, but I knew I could add additional herbs to dress it up a bit. So, I reached out for suggestions in the Dr Morse Detox Support: for women only group on Facebook. A couple ladies there suggested cinnamon stick, and licorice root.

I felt that this was great advice because cinnamon is also beneficial to our health, and licorice root is the first herb that I started with. In my video Why Raw Vegan Fruitarian? Thyroid Nodules, Low TSH, Hypothyroid I discuss why I am consuming licorice root and what benefits I am looking to obtain with that. I also decided to add lemon juice to my Heal All Tea because of the astringent qualities to aid my body in this cleansing journey. The lemon also adds a nice tangy and tarty goodness to my tea! Pay attention to my video below explaining how I make my Heal All Tea drink along with some other useful information.

So, what are the benefits of Heal All Tea?

I will be using The Detox Miracle Source Book as a reference to explain the benefits of this product. When I looked up these herbs I could see exactly why Dr. Morse chose these to be in the Heal All Tea. These herbs are known for their astringent/cleansing qualities, as well as detoxification, anti parasitic, system and cell strengtheners such as the lymphatic system, the healing of tissues (even tooth enamel), lymphatic movement of waste, and the promotion of kidney filtration which is a must.

There are of course many other benefits of Heal All Tea herbs, but I will list some of the main ones. If you want more information I suggest that you get The Detox Miracle Source Book by Robert Morse. You can find the information about these herbs and more in MODULE 8.2. The herbs we see being used in this proprietary blend is as follows, White Oak Bark. Plantain Leaf, Black Walnut Hull, Chaparral Herb, Burdock Root, Marshmallow Root, Comfrey Root, and Comfrey Leaf.

For ASTRINGENT/CLEANSER; 
Burdock Root
Comfrey
Plantain
Whit Oak Bark (powerful cleanser used mouth washes, poultices, douches, enemas and abscesses)

DETOXIFICATION; 
Black Walnut Hull (detoxifier used to balance sugar levels)
Burdock Root (burdock rids the body of mucus and toxins)
Comfrey

ANTI PARASITIC, ANTI BACTERIAL; 
Black Walnut Hull (one of nature's most powerful anti parasitics)
Chaparral Herb
Comfrey
White Oak Bark (expels worms from the body)

SYSTEM AND CELL STRENGTHENER; 
Black Walnut Hull (strengthens bones and high in calcium)
Chaparral Herb (used for cancer, HIV, and all types of stone formation)
Comfrey (rebuilding of the skeletal structure)
Marshmallow (helps regulate blood sugar and is excellent for diabetics)
White Oak Bark (great for the GI tract and the healing of varicose veins)

THE HEALING OF TISSUES/BODY; 
Black Walnut Hull (like helping to restore tooth enamel and healing all tissue)
Burdock Root (it is anti-inflammatory as well as used rheumatic and arthritic conditions)
Comfrey ( one of natures top healer herbs)
Marshmallow (great for vaginal issues, it's anti-inflammatory, so it's excellent for rheumatism, arthritis)
Plantain (useful for inflammation and for its healing abilitis)
White Oak Bark (use to heal skin conditions)

LYMPHATIC MOVEMENT OF WASTE; 
Black Walnut Hull
Chaparral Herb (also used to remove tumors, boils, and abscesses)

KIDNEY FILTRATION; 
Burdock Root (helps remove acid build up throughout the body)

Like I said there are so many more benefits not listed here but they are outlined in Dr. Morse's book. I also like to add the licorice root as well as cinnamon so I will list some of the benefits of doing that as well.

Licorice Root is a powerful herb for the Adrenal glands. Also licorice is a powerful endocrine glandular herb, in other words thyroid health.The benefits to the Adrenal glands as well as endocrine gland system is the main reason why I am taking it daily. Licorice is also anti-inflammatory as well as anti-fungal and antibacterial. Licorice balanced blood sugar, promotes healing, especially of the GI tract, licorice is a great cleanser and detoxifier. It is also great candida issues, respiratory infections, removes mucous, and heals hemorrhoids.

Like I said above by itself the combination of herbs that is in the Heal All Tea just doesn't taste that great in my opinion, but with my recipe I am enjoying it very well. I feel great drinking it along with my raw vegan fruitarian diet and I will be getting some more.

My Recipe!

Step 1. Fill a mason jar full of water (that's about 3 1/2 cups), and place it in a 2 quart sauce pan and bring to a boil. I use a mason jar to measure my water because I like to have at least a mason jar full of the tea in my fridge daily.










Step 2. Add 1 heaping tsp of Heal All herbs, 1 tsp of licorice root,  and 1 cinnamon stick into the boiling water. Let simmer for 7 minutes and turn off the heat.

Step 3. Let steep until it cools down a little bit.

Step 4. Now with a strainer, strain the solution back into your jar.

Step 5. Juice 1 nice size lemon or 2 small lemons. I like to use a hang juicer to squeeze the juice out. You could also use a juicer and juice the cleaned skin as well for an even more powerful astringent drink. After you add your lemon juice and notice that some of the water has evaporated just add more water to fill the jar.


As you can see it gets cloudy with the lemon juice added. You can drink this hot or cold. I store it in the fridge and heat it up if I want a hot drink. I usually drink it cold all day, but I like it hot in the morning, especially during the winter.



I've been doing it this way and loving it! If you aren't familiar with Dr. Robert Morse and his healing protocols I suggest that you look him up on You Tube and buy his book. I have been learning a lot about my health and how to fix my issues from him. 

Also check out My Fruit Thing channel on You Tube. And if you are a personal friend, acquaintance or just in my area and want to be a fruitarian check out my local group, Modesto Fruitarian on Facebook. And check out my Instagram MyFruitThing follow the #myfruitthing and use it to share your person fruit thing! 

Online coaching coming, but you can connect with me on Facebook.

Stay tuned for more! God bless :)

Here is something to get you started...

An Introduction into Fruitarianism article


DISCLAIMER: The content published by MyFruitThing, Joanne Utke, or www.myfruitthing.com is intended for informational purposes only and is not meant to be medical advice. I would never ask anyone to substitute my judgment for their own. I am not a doctor. FYI The statements made by Joanne Utke may not be the same as your doctor. Please consult your doctor, or certified Naturopathic  Practitioner before implementing a new diet. As always common sense it key and you are the only one who can make decisions regarding your health. 



Monday, January 15, 2018

My First You Tube Video :)

My first of many YouTube videos!


I have always wanted to start doing You Tube videos about natural health and healing. So here it is! It's not perfect but practice makes perfect and I look forward to doing lots of videos. I have been studying holistic health since I was 18 years old, and it is something that I am passionate about. I have always tried to be more nature centered rather than medically centered. Unfortunately I have not always done the best with that, but I have learned so much along the way. Today is a new day! I am ready to take everything that I have learned then and now so I can share it with anyone who will listen.  I want to encourage you to join me. Learn all you can and just get started! Raw Vegan Fruitarian for optimal health!

Let's do this!

Thanks for the support and God bless!




If you like this article and want to know more then make sure to subscribe with your email above. You may also want to check out my YouTube channel. And if you are a person friend, acquaintance or just in my area and want to be a raw vegan fruitarian check out my local group, Modesto Fruitarian on Facebook. I am here to support you on this journey.

Also follow the #myfruitthing on Instagram and use it to share your person fruit thing! Online coaching coming but you can connect with me on Facebook.

Stay tuned for more!

Here is something to get you started...

An Introduction into Fruitarianism article

Tuesday, January 9, 2018

What about Protein? | Fruitarian Protein Myth

Debunking the myth that you can't get enough protein on a raw vegan fruitarian diet. 

   This is the most common question and usually the first one asked. Since I have been implementing a raw vegan fruitarian diet, I have been getting it all the time. In fact no one cared about my protein intake until I went vegan.

But, what about protein?

People/society are so conditioned to think that the only protein a human can get is from meat, eggs or dairy. Well I am writing this to debunk that. And, to show you that a raw vegan fruitarian diet can, and does provide more than enough quality protein for optimal health.

In fact plant based protein is superior for our bodies than any other source. Fruit based protein is an easily digestible protein in the form of amino acids and is easily used by our bodies. It is much simpler for our bodies to break down, because it contains basic amino acids. Whereas meat contains a second hand protein and must still be broken down by the body. In other words it must be broken down back into amino acids to be utilized.

When we eat fruits, berries, melons and veggies we get protein in the form of amino acids, and our body builds protein structures out of that. But, when we eat meat which is already structured proteins (another animals muscles), our body must break it down back into amino acids just so our bodies can use them.

This extra process creates acid wastes, and toxic build up which promote symptoms of body break down, which we call disease. Not to mention meat is loaded with artery clogging animal fats and cholesterol! An animal based diet has no fiber as well and this only adds to the problems! A raw vegan fruitarian diet is a naturally low fat, high fiber, high carbohydrate diet that promotes health, life and vitality!

Something that I have always said "If we want to live we need to eat living foods. Likewise eating dead foods will promote disease and death." I will be doing more posts on this topic. For now back to how much protein we can get from fruit alone. I have also included the calorie value as well as fat content.

These figures are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Obviously the more active you are the more calories from fruit you will want to consume. And if you are not a very active person or not a very tall person you would be fine to consume less. For myself I try to keep my calorie intake between 1,500 - 2,000 although I would eat more if I was more active.

So, the protein, calories, and fat in some of the fruits that many fruitarians may be eating at this time in the fall and winter is as follows. Keep in mind this is an example, but all fruit is similar in protein, calories and fat content.

Here's the numbers...

4 medium bananas = 5.16 grams of protein, 420 calories, and about 1.56 grams of fat
5 medium oranges = 6.15 grams of protein, 310 calories, and about  .80 grams of fat
5 tangerines = 2.85 grams of protein, 185 calories, and 1.1 grams of fat
5 apple/Japanese persimmons = 4.85 grams of protein, 590 calories, and 1.60 grams of fat
5 roma tomatoes = 4 grams of protein, 175 calories, and 5 grams of fat
1 large avocado = 4.02 grams of protein, 322 calories, and 29.47 grams of fat

When we add it up we get an healthy 27.03 grams of protein! And an optimal 2,002 calories, as well as about 39.53 grams of fat. If you think that is still a low intake of protein, and fat, think again. The average American consumes way to much protein and fats! This leads to most of the health problems that we see today like heart disease, diabetes and some cancers. Dr. Morse and many others report an increase in overall pain when proteins go much higher than 20-30 grams. High protein diets are acidic diets. And human beings aren't high protein creatures like carnivores.

If a fruitarian wants to cut the fat out a little they just simply eat less avocados. And if they want a little extra protein they just eat more fruit, or add a handful of nuts or seeds. Just 1/4th cup of raw sunflower seeds adds an addition 7 grams of protein. And a 1/4th cup of raw almonds give 6 grams. Many fruitarians eat seeds and nuts as needed or desired.

You also get a lot of fiber as a fruitarian which is essential to proper elimination, and the prevention of cancer, especially colorectal cancer which is the second leading cause of death in the United States! Based on the example above you would get about 80 grams of fiber or more per day as a fruitarian. Say good buy to constipation and irregularity issues! Doesn't that sound nice?

A fruitarian eats similar to the example above on a daily basis and as you can see there is no lack of protein, calories or fat! Also eating this way is super clean and full of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and water! Everything we need for optimal health. Not to mention fruit is naturally detoxifying and as already mentioned, loaded with beneficial fiber for proper elimination. It’s the perfect food for humans and there is no cooking or preparation (aside from maybe cutting it up, peeling it or blending it) required.

On a daily basis as a fruitarian my diet may vary a little bit from above. In fact a fruitarian diet varies from day to day, season to season, but it's still fruit for me daily. Some days I will include mangoes, and less oranges, or more bananas and less persimmons, etc.. I eat in season and what I currently have available to me at the time. Each season supplying us with exactly the type of foods we need.

Some days I may include some cooked sweet potatoes just because I like them and they do not cause me any adverse health issues. I may even have some veggies or greens some days if I want to. A fruitarians primary food is fruit but that doesn't mean that we aren't including some seeds, nuts, raw greens or veggies. The reason why my goal is 100% fruit is because I am detoxing. Veggies, greens, nuts and seeds will slow down a detox and may prevent the healing that you are looking for or at least slow it down.

Also as a quick tip, eating a meal of cooked sweet potatoes in addition to your fruit, can get you out of an elimination issue and back on track. Also sweet potatoes (seasoned with sage not salt) is a great way to curb a cooked food craving. They say boiling or steaming is best if you are going to cook a vegetable like sweet potatoes. I prefer the taste better when I bake it, but I'm not eating them on a daily basis.

I’m loving the simplicity! 

I love how simple this diet is and how easy it is for me to stick to it. Personally this is what I have been waiting for my whole life. I am feeling better that I have in a long time. And if I forget how great I am feeling I can just eat some cooked food and my digestive issues, acid, fatigue come right back and I feel weighed down again. When I eat fruit, I feel light and energized! I know my food is getting digested properly and elimination is better too. I look forward to a long healthy life on this fruitarian diet and you can too.

Give it a try for a day, or three days, or a week and you will see what I mean! 

I hope this article helped you to see that YES! There is plenty of protein in the form of amino acids in fruit for a fruitarian diet and there is no need to worry that you aren't getting enough on this type of diet. Even if you are including some vegetables, because there's protein in vegetables too. As you can see when we make fruit our primary food (which is intended by God) then we get what we need and our bodies thank us for it with optimal health.

Raw vegan fruitarian for optimal health!!!
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Thank you for reading!

If you like this article and want to know more then make sure to subscribe with your email above. You may also want to check out my YouTube channel. And if you are a person friend, acquaintance or just in my area and want to be a fruitarian check out my local group, Modesto Fruitarian on Facebook. I am here to support.

Also follow the #myfruitthing on Instagram and use it to share your person fruit thing! Online coaching coming but you can connect with me on Facebook.

Stay tuned for more! God bless :)

Here is something to get you started...

An Introduction into Fruitarianism article

The nutrition facts I used are from fatsecret.com

Check out this eye opening video by Dr. Morse...






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