Olive and Flaxseed Oil Dressing

1 cup organic, unrefined, cold pressed, olive oil
1 cup organic, unrefined flaxseed oil (make sure it is refrigerated when you buy it)
1 tsp sea salt
1/4 tsp black pepper
3 cloves garlic, minced

1. Combine all ingredients in a jar; cover tightly and shake vigorously
2. Keep refrigerated when not in use

This oil has a healthy blend of omega 3 and omega 6 essential fatty acids.

Basic Millet Recipe


1 cup millet
3 cups filtered water
Pinch of sea salt (Celtic sea salt preferred)

1. Wash and drain millet
2. Boil water and sea salt
3. Add millet, cover, reduce heat to low, and simmer for 25- 35 minutes.

Millet is one of the few alkaline grains and it is tasty and nutritious. It is okay to eat during Candidia and seven-point detoxification cleansing programs.

Millet is fine to eat in moderation during a Candida cleanse or a seven point detoxification cleanse.

Basic Quinoa Recipe

1 cup Quinoa
2 cups filtered water
1 pinch salt (celtic sea salt is recommended)

1. Rinse quinoa
2. Boil water and salt in a pot
3. Add quinoa, reduce heat to low flame, cover and simmer until all water is absorbed and grain has a fluffly, translucent quality (15-25) mins.

Quiona is fine to eat in moderation during a Candida cleanse or a seven point detoxification cleanse.

Milk Thistle Herb for the Liver

Uses: Milk Thistle is the premier liver herb. Protects the liver from toxic drugs, chemicals and pollutants. Prevents free radical damage and stimulates the growth of new liver cells. Useful for liver detoxification, chronic hepatitis, cirrhosis of the liver, gallbladder disorders and weakened immune system. Also good for inflammatory bowel disorders, asthma, psoriasis, candidiasis and disorders of the spleen. This herb is esssential for a seven-point cleanse.

Dosage: 20 drops 2 to 4 times per day.

Cautions: None known

Olive Leaf Herb

Olive leaf fights all types of viruses, fungi, bacteria and parasites. It helps stave off colds and flu.
It is good for virtually any infectious disease as well as for chronic fatigue syndrome, diarrhea, high blood pressure, inflammatory arthritis and hypercholesterol. It is a very useful component of a well-designed Candida program.

Dosage: 20 drops in a little water 2-3 times per day

Cautions: None known

Mullein Herb for the Lungs

Uses: Mullein is a soothing herb and it is an old-time remedy for bronchitis and dry unproductive coughs.
Because of its demulcent properties, it is also useful for asthma, hayfever and emphysema.
Mullein is also a wonderful addition to a seven-point cleansing program.

Dosage: 20 drops in a little water, 2 to 4 times per day.

Cautions: None known

Food combining made simple

Of all the rules of food combining that have been proposed, two emerge as the most important in terms of their impact on digestive health.

1. Eat fruits alone or leave them alone (Fruit is best eaten at least 20 minutes before other food or 2 hours after a meal)

2. Do not combine proteins and starchy vegetables at the same meal. Proteins and green vegetables are a perfect combination.

Disregarding these rules can slow digestion resulting in much gas and bloating

The problem with trans fatty acids

Many oils are hydrogenated, which increases shelf life at a high cost to consumer health. This process involves the use of extremely high temperatures and super-saturation of the oil with hydrogen. Hydrogenation of oils results in the formation of unnatural trans-fatty acids. These trans-fatty acids interfere with the body’s ability to utilize essential fatty acids. Medical research has proven that the human consumption of trans-fatty acids increases cholesterol, LDL (the bad form of cholesterol”) while decreasing HDL (the “good cholesterol”) all of which increase the risk of heart disease. Trans-fatty acids are also suspected of causing certain cancers, including breast cancer.