Nina Warda – How To Make Nut Milks (Video)
12yr old Nina Warda shows us how easy and fun it is to make our own nut milk! As a graduate of the Raw Chef Certification by Elaina Love and the David Wolfe Nutrition Certification, she has turned her whole pantry into a delicious array of wholesome superfoods, nuts and herbs.
Nina Warda – How to Make RAW Zucchini Noodles and Pesto (Video)
12yr old Nina Warda shows us how easy and fun it is to make RAW Zucchini Noodles and Pesto! As a graduate of the Raw Chef Certification by Elaina Love and the David Wolfe Nutrition Certification, she has turned her whole pantry into a delicious array of wholesome superfoods, nuts and herbs.
Alex Warda – How to Make RAW Marinara Sauce (Video)
14yr old Alex Warda shows us how easy and fun it is to make raw Marinara Sauce! As a graduate of the Raw Chef Certification by Elaina Love and the David Wolfe Nutrition Certification, Alex has an incredible passion to inspire, teach and motivate kids and adults in the simplicity of living nutrition principles and recipes.
Alex Warda – Apple Walnut Cake (Video)
14 year old Alex Warda shows us how easy and fun it is to make a super healthy Walnut Cake! As a graduate of the Raw Chef Certification by Elaina Love and the David Wolfe Nutrition Certification, Alex has an incredible passion to inspire, teach and motivate kids and adults in the simplicity of living nutrition principles and recipes.
Nina Warda – How to Make Delicious Chard Kale Salad (Video)
12yr old Nina Warda shows us how easy and fun it is to make raw Chard Kale Salad! As a graduate of the Raw Chef Certification by Elaina Love and the David Wolfe Nutrition Certification, she and her brother Alex (14) are launching a website to motivate, teach and inspire other kids and families to shift their nutrition into a healthy and vibrant lifestyle at http://www.eatlikegorilla.com/.
Goji Dandelion Lemon Tea Recipe
Goji berries have been touted by many herbalists as some of the most nutritionally rich berry-fruits on the planet. They contain all eight essential amino acids and twenty one trace minerals as well as vitamins B1, B2, B6 and Vitamin E and A. Goji berries also contain long-chain polysaccharides that fortify the immune system.
Why Write Down Your Goals? With David Avocado Wolfe
Actually, I’ve kept journals since I was in 5th grade, since I was 10 years old. So these 30 years of keeping journals, especially really intensely over the last 20, have really taught me something about writing things down and the importance of writing things down.
Mountains As Metaphor
Mountains are a wonderful metaphor for the challenges we encounter in life, and for the way we meet them. They are also a metaphor for the many opportunities and possibilities that come our way, and for the way we take advantage of them. When we climb mountains, we sometimes have to face our deepest fears and find ways of overcoming them.
When is it better to let your body control the mind?
I live in Northern Catalonia, right under the Pyrenees. I am within 40 minutes of ten great ski stations, and I pay almost nothing because I am a resident, and because of my age. I tend to gravitate mainly to Alp 2000, which is 20 minutes from my front door.
Simply The Best
Imagine how things would be if you and your life were uncomplicated, straightforward, uncluttered, and easy . . . #ChrisThomson #Simplicity #Taoist
The Road Less Travelled
I think it is time that the world took the road less travelled. Our current path is a collision course with disaster. And that is because most people, and most countries, want more. And when they get more, they want even more.
The One Spirit of Brexit
How can we best stay positive and hopeful during the next 2 years (and perhaps longer) during the Brexit process? How can we all, each and every one of us, play our part in smoothing the process and bringing about the best result for everyone: Brits and fellow Europeans alike?
Because isn’t that part of the reason the vote for Brexit went the way it did: that so many individuals felt excluded from the EU and related political and bureaucratic decisions and benefits? If we want a better, stronger Britain as a result, such factors have to be taken into account!
Innocence Lost, Wisdom Gained
Last night I watched the recent excellent BBC production of Laurie Lee’s Cider with Rosie. Not only a brilliant film, but thought provoking. The innocence of an English upbringing between the wars. What a contrast to today: youngsters starting school aged 4 to 5 these days are more worldly-wise, more aware of many facets of human life (good and bad) than I was after I’d finished college at 21!
How To Make Friends With Time
In our 24-7-365 world it can be hard not to want everything now . . . or sooner. Everybody seem to be rushed off their feet . . . except those who find that times drags terribly! How can time be so changeable? Maybe it is not time, but us: maybe the time has come to reflect on the nature of time and to rethink our relationship with it.
For or Against?
In the personal development arena, victim thinking is a major issue. So many of us can’t help feeling that the whole world is against is. And, of course, if that’s what’s in our heads so the universal law of attraction applies, and we bring that very situation to us. All classic justifications for positive thinking. But is it as simple as that? Can we just switch our thoughts to more constructive ones?
Engaging With Engagement
‘Engagement’ is the current name of the game. In Education, for example, students need to be fully engaged, and research staff need to be engaging with the wider community. Excellent. It’s common sense, but useful to highlight such needs and to commit to satisfying them. But . . .
From my observations, engagement is in danger of becoming just the latest in-thing that achieves very little. Why? Largely because it will be treated as the latest flavour of the month, in a short-term programme with a well-meaning intent and appealing words . . . but without really understanding what’s actually required.
The Wars We All Fight
"Be Alert . .. Britain needs lerts!" I was reminded of this the other day whilst seeking the advice of my local computer shop: faced with a new PC I was re-installing all my favourite programs and, in downloading the Firefox browser had inadvertently also downloaded some ad-ware: persistent pop-up ads.
Crossing the Cultural Chasm
In a number of different scenarios, the idea of a gulf or chasm between two different ways of thinking is very much in evidence. In the West, for example, the Arts/Science divide is often considered insurmountable. But the list of chasms is a long one: young/old, rural/city, and religious beliefs for example. Or even the timeless man/women. Few would deny some fairly fundamental differences in how these respective pairings of mind-sets operate!
Your Own Reality Check
With so many untruths, if not downright lies being shared on social media these days, now more than ever we need a reliable way of separating fact from fiction. If we read something on-line, how do we know whether we can trust it or not?