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Make All Food An Act Of Love

I‘m a foodie. I love talking about it, buying it at a farmers market, creating new recipes, sharing meals with friends and family. I love it so much that I actually became a food photographer.   Judgments Were My Self Torture. At the same time, I held judgements and anxieties about food. These were really about my body image and weight. I started dieting as a young girl because I thought my body wasn‘t ok the way it was. An endless spiral of loosing and gaining weight resulted from this thinking.   The Real Struggle Was Self Image. At some point in my life I became aware that the only REAL struggle behind my food struggles was my own attitude:...

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We love, love muffins! Muffins are our very first choice when it comes to baking something quick, easy & delicious.  This simple gluten & sugar free almond flour recipe is perfect for breakfast, brunch, snacktime, you name it! We're talking blueberry, chocolate chips, banana, pumpkin, and so much more. The recipe serves 4 muffins INCREDIENTS: 1 cup almond flour 1 tablespoon unsweetened chocolate chips 2 big eggs 2 tablespoons organic canola oil 2 tablespooons of berries 1 1/2 teaspoons "WeLuvYuSweet" sweetener 1/4 teaspoon baking soda 1/2 teaspoon vinigar 1 teaspoon vanilla flavor from "Frontier" (if you like)   INSTRUCTIONS: Use a medium bowl to combine; almond flour and the baking soda (and add any other dry incredients, like chocolate chips..) Use a large...

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Blueberry Parfait with Paleo Granola

  You love Parfaits for breakfast, lunch or dinner? We too! Here is a delicious recipe with Blueberries for you - enjoy! Incredients for the Chia Pudding  1 cup Almond Milk 1/2 cup chia seeds 1/2 cup mixed berries 1/2 cup blueberries “WeLuvYa sweetener“ from You Are Loved Foods” 1 tp Organic Vanilla (non-alcoholic) Flavoring Other incrediants for the parfait: Classic Cinnamon „Paleo Granola“ from „You Are Loved Foods“ Coconut yogurt, unsweetened Berries for topping Instructions Place all incredients in blender and blend everything for 1-2 minutes Put it in the refrigerator for 4 hours or overnight Use two glasses for the form. Fill first one third with chia pudding, then coconut-yoghurt, on top of that 2 spoons of „Paleo Granola“,...

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Jonathan Heine, Founder and CEO of You Are Loved Foods, Demystifies the Perils of GMO: Part 2

Previously, we looked at history to see how food modifications slowly triggered immune responses that accumulate over time. And we were left with the following question: how can GMO contribute to this? We suggest that as the immune system is activated repeatedly, it creates a cumulative effect. Immune Response When the immune system is activated locally, say with a bee sting on a person allergic to bees, the first thing that happens is swelling at the site of the sting. Swelling is inflammation. Then immune responses like head and muscle aches, sneezing, itching, pain, exhaustion, even paralysis take place. So let’s say it’s not local, as with a person allergic to cat dander. The headaches, sneezing and itching are all...

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Jonathan Heine, Founder and CEO of You Are Loved Foods, Demystifies the Perils of GMO: Part 1

A lot of people talk about GMO being “bad” or “unhealthy.” But most people don’t understand why. A lot of people think it’s related to “Round Up”—the genetically engineered pesticide which is reported to be designed to work hand in glove with Monsanto GMO seeds, each activating the other, and each requiring the other to work properly. This alone might create significant problems for those eating GMO products. Just as Agent Orange impacted the vegetation it touched, so might the plants exposed to Round Up be impacted. It is possible that pesticides, especially genetics-based pesticides, might have significant genetic impacts on humans that eat foods derived from exposed vegetation. In addition, it is now in our air, water and soil....

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