Newsletter Archives: January 31, 2011

  • Life Force Lesson #5: The Fundamentals of Cleansing

    Life Force Lesson #5: The Fundamentals of Cleansing

    Are you drawn to the idea of cleansing but not entirely sure why? Or do you wonder why cleansing is even necessary if you already shower and use deodorant every day? Cleansinghas become a fashionable term that is bandied about but is still poorly understood. Today, we will explore the core principles of cleansing, and why it is so important in the context of modern living.

    Alkalinity v. Acidity
    Thus far, we’ve learned about how life force energy works: it’s all about conductivity pulsing without obstruction. The next thing to understand is ...

  • Ana’s Lazy Girl Food Tip: Make Room for Favorites

    Ana's Lazy Girl Food Tip: Make Room for Favorites

    Always find a way to satisfy a craving. Food should be joyous.

    Detox-Friendly French Onion Soup

    Oh, how I love French onion soup! It is so easy make, and follows a big raw goat cheese salad beautifully. First, chop up and sauté 3 large Vidalia or Spanish onions with some diced garlic in a small amount of butter and water until they become clear. Add 3 cups of water, rosemary, sea salt to taste, and a splash of red wine. Allow this to simmer for as long as you can stand it (30 minutes is perfect). Add stevia to taste (traditional French onion ...

  • Recipe of the Week by Natalia Rose Institute Executive Chef Doris Choi: Greek Salad

    Recipe of the Week by Natalia Rose Institute Executive Chef Doris Choi: Greek Salad

    Radish, Cucumber & Dill with Shredded Romaine Hearts & Goat Feta

    This salad was first introduced to me at Pylos, a great Greek restaurant in NYC. The combination of julienned* cucumbers, feathery dill, and thinly sliced scallions all tossed in a mammoth bowl of finely shredded young romaine with a sprinkling of feta, lemon, and extra virgin olive oil changed the way I look at salads. The addition of radishes gives it a peppery kick!

    2 romaine hearts, sliced ¼-inch thin
    1 cup julienned radishes
    1 seedless cucumber, julienned
    2 scallion stalks, thinly sliced, including greens
    2 tbsp finely chopped dill
    1 ...

  • Glossary Term: Rogue Bacteria

    Rogue Bacteria: All physical life is microbial—some life-generating and some life- annihilating (or, as I like to call them, “rogue”). Rogue, life-deteriorating bacteria grows wherever there is stagnation. Make no mistake: there is plenty of “good” bacteria that we want the body to keep. Healthy intestinal flora will aid the body in moving awakened waste and processing new waste. But the agents of decay, deteriorating bacteria, is what results when waste is not moving but instead sitting and festering. It commonly leads to bacterial infections, cystic acne, and slowed healing. By keeping waste moving, and changing the focus of our meals ...

  • Natalia-ism on Opening Your Body & Mind

    “When the pathways of the body are clear and open, the pathways in all areas of life begin to open. Beginning with your inner pathways, start to open organically to the life you were meant to enjoy.”