55 Specific Wheatgrass Benefits

Wheatgrass the elixir of life! 50 plus benefits of drinking wheatgrass juice.

“Until man duplicates a blade of grass, nature can laugh at his so-called scientific knowledge.” Thomas A. Edison

Wheatgrass consumption for medicinal purposes has been in use for more than 5000 thousand years. The ancient Egyptian and Mesopotamian civilizations, designated wheatgrass as a sacred plant that was used in more than 100 healing modalities. The Egyptians considered it the elixir of life, and the Chinese used it for blood detoxification.

List of 55 Specific Wheatgrass Benefits

  1. A shot of wheatgrass is 70% chlorophyll, 12% water, 12% protein, 2% crude fiber, 2% fat, 1.8% minerals. Organically grown wheatgrass contains 92 of the 102 known minerals. Wheatgrass also contains 13 essential vitamins and minerals, and 20 plus amino acids are found in wheatgrass.
  2. Dr. Ann Wigmore taught, when we drink wheatgrass juice, regularly we feel a positive difference in strength, endurance, health, and spirituality, and experience a sense of well-being.
  3. The enzymes, amino acids, and chlorophyll in wheatgrass juice contain antibacterial compounds that are especially good at destroying anaerobic bacteria that thrive in oxygen-poor blood and tissue.
  4. Science has proven that chlorophyll arrests growth and development of unfriendly bacteria. Because wheatgrass is 70% Chlorophyll, it makes short work of bacteria and can be used inside and outside the body as a healer.
  5. Dr. Birscher, a research scientist, called the chlorophyll in wheatgrass “concentrated sun power.” He said, “Chlorophyll increases the function of the heart, affects the vascular system, the intestines, the uterus, and the lungs.”
  6. Wheatgrass juice is great for blood disorders of all kinds, including anemia. A recent study in The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine found that supplementing with the natural antioxidants found in wheatgrass “holds great promise in overcoming the ill effects of oxygen toxicity,.”
  7. Today, we know wheatgrass is one of the most potent sources of living chlorophyll available. Wheatgrass juice is great for blood disorders of all kinds, including anemia.
  8. A recent study in The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine found that supplementing with the natural antioxidants found in wheatgrass “holds great promise in overcoming the ill effects of oxygen toxicity,.”
  9. Wheatgrass Juice reduces high blood pressure and enhances the capillaries.
  10. Wheatgrass juice can be taken by a human or animal orally, vaginally, as a poultice and as a colon implant. Wheatgrass implants (enemas) are great for healing and detoxifying the colon walls. The implants also heal and cleanse the internal organs.
  11. How to do wheatgrass implants – After doing a pure water enema, wait 10 minutes, and then implant 3-6 ounces of wheatgrass juice. Retain it for 20 minutes.
  12. The chlorophyll in wheatgrass goes into the bloodstream, fills the tissues, extricates dying and diseased cell, making room for new healthy live cells, rejuvenating tissues, thus slowing the aging process.
  13. The liquid chlorophyll in wheatgrass washes unwanted drug deposits from the body.
  14. Wheatgrass combined with a raw living foods diet cures acne in days and removes scars after it has been ingested for six to eight months.
  15. Wheatgrass juice acts as a detergent in the body and is used as a body deodorant.
  16. A small amount of wheatgrass in the human diet helps prevents tooth decay.
  17. The chlorophyll in the wheatgrass helps purify the liver.
  18. Toxins in and on the body are more easily neutralized by the chlorophyll in wheatgrass.
  19. Diabetics benefit from the chlorophyll in the wheatgrass as it balances blood sugar.
  20. It is easily absorbed and carries high levels of oxygen and light energy to the body. Being loaded with chlorophyll and chlorophyll being the first product of light, therefore means wheatgrass contains massive amounts of light energy.
  21. Chlorophyll is the lifeblood of wheatgrass and is quickly assimilated into our bodies and is just one molecule different in structure than our own blood.
  22. Being loaded with oxygen wheatgrass helps us to think clearer as it feeds our brain, tissues, and organs with optimal levels of chlorophyll based oxygenated nutrients.
  23. The amino acids in wheatgrass are absorbed directly into the blood and act to neutralize toxic substances like cadmium, nicotine, strontium, mercury and polyvinyl chloride (a type of plastic) by changing them into insoluble salts that the body can eliminate quickly, rejuvenating the tissues, thus slowing the aging process.
  24. Wheatgrass also rebuilds the bloodstream. Studies of various animals have shown the chlorophyll in wheatgrass raises the red blood cell count. The red cell count was returned to normal within 4 to 5 days of the administration of chlorophyll, even in those animals which were known to be extremely anemic or low in red cell count.
  25. Just soaking in a bathtub of wheatgrass bath for a ½ hour for each day for 5 days will raise the red blood cell count.
  26. Dr. Ann Wigmore proved that wheatgrass takes only minutes to get digested and therefore uses up very little of the body’s energy.
  27. Wheatgrass is also a powerful heavy metal detoxifier and studies have shown to remove heavy metals from the body. Wheatgrass also has a positive effect on sterility and can restore fertility. (The high magnesium content in chlorophyll builds enzymes that restore the sex hormones.)
  28. Wheatgrass juice held in the mouth for 5 minutes will help eliminate toothaches. It pulls poisons from the gums
  29. Do what Dr. Ann Wigmore did and drink Wheatgrass Juice to keep your hair from graying.
  30. Toxic side effects – Wheatgrass has no known toxic side effects and is a powerful full body detoxifier.
  31. In the American Journal of Surgery (1940), Benjamin Gruskin, M.D. recommends chlorophyll for its antiseptic benefits.
  32. Clears up foul smelling odors.
  33. Neutralizes Strep infections.
  34. Heals wounds.
  35. Hastens skin grafting.
  36. Cures chronic sinusitis.
  37. Overcomes chronic inner-ear inflammation and infection.
  38. Reduces varicose veins.
  39. Heals leg ulcers.
  40. Eliminates impetigo and other scabby eruptions.
  41. Heals hemorrhoids and rectal sores.
  42. Treats inflammation of the uterine cervix.
  43. Gets rid of parasitic vaginal infections.
  44. Reduces typhoid fever symptoms.
  45. Cures advanced pyorrhea in many cases.
  46. Dissolves the scars that are formed in the lungs from breathing acid gasses.
  47. Cut out spending money on costly probiotics as wheatgrass juice is high in live enzymes.
  48. As a poultice, wheatgrass fiber can provide amazing results on ulcerated skin, boils, acne, and infections.
  49. Gum disease of the mouth is helped by rinsing and applying a wheatgrass poultice. Use the fiber(pulp) left over from juicing to make a poultice.
  50. B17 in wheatgrass has been shown to have positive effects on the immune system.
  51. Help rebuild and balance the immune system, enabling the body to strengthen itself so it can eliminate cancer cells.
  52. Wheatgrass may be an anti-cancer super food, precisely due to selenium and laetrile which are anti-cancer compounds found in wheatgrass.
  53. Cancer cells like acidic atmosphere and wheatgrass help alkalize the body.
  54. With wheatgrass, the body becomes a more difficult place for cancer cells to continue thriving.
  55. Along with Dr. Ann Wigmore and like minded colleagues we have been showing people how to take charge of their lives, drink wheatgrass, and recover from chronic and life-threatening health disorders for 100 years.
  56. BONUS – Plant a small trays of wheatgrass and set them throughout your home, especially placing them on your nightstand. e You will notice the air in your home stays fresh and oxygenated and that you will sleep much sounder.

Wishing everyone here in the USA a happy 4th of July. For our friends around the world we wish you peace, health and prosperity. Sending love and blessings. Dr. Bobby

Bobby Loves Dr. Anns’ Raw Vegan Better Than Tuna Recipe – Updated June 29, 2019

If You Like Tuna Fish – You Are Going To Love, Dr. Ann’s Better Than Tuna. You can whip up a pound of this fantastic food in about 10 minutes. (Its best to let it set for about 30 minutes before eating. If you can with that long) . Keeps fresh and delicious in the refrigerator for a week.

Note: As requested, I am eliminating pictures as they load slower on cell phones

Recipe:

  • 1 lb. Almonds, soaked
  • 4 Bunches Celery Hearts
  • 1 Large Onion, Sweet
  • 1 tablespoon Plemento (optional)
  • 1/2 cup Lemon Juice
  • ½ Cup Dill Weed, dry
  • 2 tablespoons of Dulse or Kelp
  • 1 tsp Celtic, Himalayan or quality Sea Salt (or to taste)

. Use a food processor or Champion Juicer with the blank attachment.
. Alternate onion, celery & almonds if you are using the Champion juicer.
. Add remaining ingredients and mix well. Let set 30 min. Serve on a bed of lettuce, then garnish with tomatoes and sprouts. ( you should always be sprouting at least alfalfa sprouts)

  • Note: If using a Food Processor process the almonds first and then everything else.
  • Note: UPDATE June 29,2019. They didn’t have vegan mayonnaise when Dr. Ann created this recipe. Try it! Add a tablespoon to this recipe for a beautiful flavor addition)Note: If using a Food Processor process the almonds first and then everything else.

Enjoy, Sending you health, love , gratitude, and blessings. Bobby

Robert (Bobby) Morgan, is a master raw food chef and the past health and education director at Creative Health Institute in Union City Michigan. He is dedicated to helping people overcome their illnesses. He specializes in diabetes turnarounds and cancer management.

Our World Famous Raw Living Foods No Bake Chocolate Cake & Cashew Cream Frosting

This wonderful raw liviing foods chocolate cake is easy to make and actually tastes as good if not better than a baked flour cake.

EQUIPMENT NEEDED: Food Processor or Blender
PREPARATION TIME: 15 minutes

Raw Living Food Chocolate Cake With Chocolate Cashew Frosting

ORGANIC INGREDIENTS (If possible)
– 1 ½ cups raw organic walnuts
– 12 pitted oganic Medjool dates – 1 small organic banana
– 1/4 cup alfalfa sprouts Ooptional living food)
– 1/2 cup unsweetened raw cocoa or raw carob powder – 1 tablespoon organic coconut oil
– 1 tsp pure organic vanilla extract or 2 tsps raw organic vanilla powder – Dash of pure sea salt or Himalayan salt (salt to taste)
– ½ cup fresh raspberries or strawberries (optional)

DIRECTIONS:

  1. Fit the food processor with S-blade.
  2. Put walnuts and salt in the food processor and process until finely ground.
  3. Add all the other ingredents.
  4. Process until ingredients are combined and stick together. Add water or Rejuvelac as needed.
  5. Transfer to a plate and form a 5-inch round cake with your hands or with a mold.
  6. Garnish the cake with fresh raspberries or sliced fresh strawberries before serving. Better yet make up a quick cashew cream frosting then garnish the cake.

WORLD FAMOUS CASHEW CREAM – Serves 4

EQUIPMENT NEEDED: Blender

ORGANIC INGREDIENTS:
– 2 cups cashews
– 2 Tablespoon Tahini (optional)
– 12 -15 dates (not soaked)
– 1/8 cup sprouts (alfalfa, mung or red clover)
– 3 teaspoons nonalcoholic, pure organic vanilla extract – 1 teaspoon organic coconut oil – 2 tsps organic maple syrup (optional)
– Water or Rejuvelac – add the liquid slowly as needed to keep the blender going.

DIRECTIONS:

  1. Blend everything until very, very smooth – almost fluffy.
  2. Add some raw cacao, and you will swoon.

VARIATIONS:

Add Raw Cacao for Chocolate Frosting

Add Strawberries for Frosting

Add Lemon for Lemon frosting, etc.

A Brief History of Wheatgrass

The medicinal value of wheatgass has been known about for more than 5000 years.

“Wheatgrass juice is the nectar of rejuvenation, the plasma of youth, the blood of all life. The elements that are missing in our body’s cells – especially enzymes, vitamins, hormones, and nucleic acids can be obtained through this daily green sunlight transfusion”. – Viktoras Kulvinskas, Author of Survival into the 21st Century

Throughout the history of wheatgrass, it has been recognized for its beneficial health effects. Mankind has always known that livestock showed improved health and vigor when they feed on the young grasses of early spring. Herdsmen have moved their livestock across every continent in search of the best grazing grasses for their animals.

Today, grass is the world’s most widespread form of vegetation. There are over 12,000 species of grass found across the planet, covering more than 25% of the earth land mass. You will find grass wherever there is the sun, water, and soil. Grass has truly become recognized as the staff of life with four of the world’s top five crops being grains/grasses.

The use of wheatgrass can be traced back more than six thousand years, to ancient early Mesopotamian and Egyptian civilizations.

Five thousand years ago, Egyptians were using wheatgrass for health purposes. The Priests, Pharaohs, and influential members of ancient Egyptian society used wheatgrass regularly, believing that it improved their health.

Nebuchadnezzar, king of the Babylonian Empire, and builder of the Hanging Gardens reigned from 605 BC – 562 BC., reportedly restricted his diet to grasses and attributed the health benefits of this magnificent chlorophyll rich plant to the improvement of his physical and mental health.

Almost two thousand years ago, during the first century A.D., we found a Jewish sect known as the Essene’s using wheatgrass as a healing food. From their holy book The Gospel of Peace, translated by Edmund Bordeaux Szekely, we read:
“We may also eat of the tender blades of grass that the strength of the Earthly Mother may enter into us. But chew well the blades, for the Son of Man has teeth unlike those of beasts, and only when we chew well the blades of grass can the Angel of Water enter our blood and give us strength. Eat, then, Sons of Light, of this most perfect herb from the table of our Earthly Mother, that your days may be long upon the earth, for such finds favor in the eyes of God.”

WELCOME TO WHEATGRASS SCIENCE IN THE 20TH CENTURY
In 1915 Dr. Richard Willstätter’s pioneering work on natural products; especially chlorophyll was honored with the 1915 Nobel Prize in chemistry. His founding of the healthful link between the chlorophyll in plants and the hemoglobin in our blood was the start of scientific research into how close the composition of chlorophyll and human blood are. He showed that chlorophyll molecules bonded in in a very similar way as the iron molecule in hemoglobin. Close to the time of Dr. Willstätter’s work and discovery of the wonder of chlorophyll, in the laboratory, world war I had broken out across Europe. In the small county of Lithuania, a young girl named Ann Wigmore watched as her grandmother treated sick and wounded soldiers with grass poultices as well as having them drink the juice of the grasses. Later in life, Ann drank wheatgrass to manage her own colon disease.

In the late 1920’s and early 1930’s scientists, including Charles Francis Schnabel were studying grasses and green leafy vegetables and unlocking their nutritional mysteries. They tested all types of plant and meat based feeds and found that animals did not only survive on the grass-based feed but thrived on it, in contrast, their health failed when they were fed other healthy vegetables, including green leafy vegetables.

In 1931 Charles Francis Schnabel an American school teacher and agricultural chemist who is kindly referred to as the “father of wheatgrass” discovered that wheat and barley grasses reached their nutritional peak at or just before the commencement of the jointing stage. Because he was an agricultural chemist, the focus of Schnabel’s studies were based in developing feeds for livestock, which would help them recover more quickly from sickness, grow faster, and increase fertility. His research proved to be the most in-depth study of its time, demonstrating the nutritional value of grasses and how the dietary values changed through different stages of the plant’s life.

Struck by the power of wheatgrass, Charles Schnabel started promoting his discoveries to feed mills, chemists and the food industry. Two large corporations that are still with us today (Quaker Oats and American Dairies) invested millions of dollars into funding further research. Joined by others, such as biochemist George Kohler, his passion inspired a body of scientific research and much of his research finding served as the basis of Dr. Ann Wigmores development of wheatgrass therapy.

The “Wheatgrass Juice Factor”

In the mid-1930s, at the University of Wisconsin, Dr. George Kohler and his colleagues were studying the differences in the nutritional value of cow’s milk produced at different seasons of the year. Although they thrived on summer milk, experimental rats and guinea pigs failed to grow and eventually became sick and died when fed winter milk. The higher nutritional value of the summer milk was found to be due to the grasses eaten by the cows in the spring and summer. Thus began research on the “Grass Juice Factor”, a water-soluble extract of grass juice which was responsible for this growth effect.

Most of the individual vitamins that we know about today were identified during the 1930s by scientists working to identify all the nutritional factors necessary for growth and reproduction in humans and domestic animals.

Scientists were amazed to find, when they added green chlorophyll-rich foods to the diets of test animals, the growth and health effects of cereal grass and the “Grass Juice Factor” were far our stripping any other type of supplementation. By the late 1930s, dehydrated and dried cereal grasses were available in several forms for use as a human and animal food supplements.

After many years of research and testing, the scientists at the University of Wisconsin determine the highest levels of the “Grass Juice Factor”, was found in cereal grass (wheatgrass), young white clover, peas, and cabbage.

At the University of California at Berkeley, Dr. Mott Cannon and his colleagues found that guinea pigs health rapidly failed when fed a stock ration plus high levels of all the then-known nutrients. When the researchers added standard food supplements such as liver extracts, wheat germ, and brewer’s yeast to the animals’ diets, the guinea pigs remained sick and often died. The addition of grass or grass juice brought about dramatic recovery and restimulated growth in these animals.

In 1935, Danish researchers discovered vitamin K, the “Koagulation vitamin”. Because this nutrient was difficult to isolate in large quantities, cereal grasses were used in place of purified vitamin K—both for research and for medical therapy.

In 1938 Folic acid was identified, being named after the green leaves, or foliage, which proved to be its most abundant source. Scientists knew they were on to something as they observed the health and growth benefits that the known vitamins and minerals in the cereal grasses provide. Other benefits, however, could not be attributed to known nutrients.

In the early 1940s, Dr. Charles Kettering (former chairman of the board of General Motors) donated money for the study of chlorophyll. Chlorophyll was studied intensively by scientist and medical doctors (there are currently over 70 articles written up in scientific and medical journals about the healing effects of chlorophyll.) These scientist and medical doctors found that chlorophyll was a great healer.

In 1940, in the American Journal of Surgery, Benjamin Cruskin, M.D., recommends chlorophyll for its antiseptic benefits. The article suggests the following clinical uses for chlorophyll:

“To clear up foul-smelling odours, neutralize strep infections, heal wounds, hasten skin grafting, cure chronic sinusitis, overcome ear inflammation and infections, reduce varicose veins and heal leg ulcers, eliminate impetigo and other scabby eruptions, heal rectal sores, successfully treat inflammation of the uterine cervix, get rid of parasitic vaginal infections, reduce typhoid fever, and cure advanced pyorrhea in many cases”.

Through the 1940s and 1950s, scientist continued to research the potential of cereal grasses and their effect on humans and animals. Expanded research led to their finding that cereal grass was shown to contain factors which support the growth of lactobacilli and other beneficial intestinal bacteria, block the development of scurvy, stop the formation of histamine-induced and peptic ulcers.

OTHER UNIDENTIFIED HEALTH FACTORS IN CEREAL GRASSES
By 1950, all the nutrients now considered essential to the human diet (except for selenium) had been identified. But researchers continued to describe green food “factors” which could not be correlated with any known nutrient.

I see a world without sickness…a world in complete harmony and in perfect physical, mental, and spiritual balance by following nature’s laws of cause and effect. – Ann Wigmore

In the late 1950’s early 1960’s Ann Wigmore “re-discovered” wheatgrass and was able to cure her own ‘untreatable’ colon cancer. She also had been a terrible accident which had crushed her legs, gangrene set in and the doctors wanted to amputate her legs. Ann had made friends with Dr. Earp Thomas, who believed that wheatgrass was one of the most potent healing foods known to man. Dr. Thomas found that an ounce of wheatgrass in a gallon of fluoridated water would turn the fluorine into the harmless calcium-phosphate-fluoride compound. Used in wash water, it adds softness to the face and hands. It stops bleeding, eases itching, and helps in wound healing. Dr. Thomas further discovered that fruits and vegetables contaminated by sprays were thoroughly cleaned and the harmful food transformed by wash water with a wisp of wheatgrass placed in the water.

As Ann spent untold hours with her mentor, Dr. Thomas and as she learned more and more about the medicinal effects of grass, she decided to heal herself of her disease and her injuries. She began drinking fresh wheatgrass and eating wild and natural raw living foods. She shared wheatgrass with several sick friends, and along with herself, each recovered from their sickness.

Drinking wheatgrass should not be considered a one-stop cure-all. Although wheatgrass has helped hundreds of thousands of people recover from serious illnesses, it is neither a drug nor a magic bullet.

As of 2019, Creative Health International, (CHI) wheatgrass is grown on the premises and serves as one of our nutritional cornerstones in our full body detoxification and rebuilding health process. We believe that when our students and guests take in substantial quantities of wheatgrass along with raw living foods and probiotics, they quickly overcome their health challenges. When we have them take the time to address their lifestyle physically, spiritually and their mental and emotional states, they can create an immune system that will not be as much affected by any illness.

I invite you to join us on the beautiful journey to health and happiness as you make drinking at least 2 ounces of wheatgrass daily as apart of your living a healthy lifestyle.

Love & blessings, Bobby

“Until man duplicates a blade of grass, Nature can laugh at his so-called scientific knowledge.” – Thomas A. Edison

Krispy Kale Chip Recipe – The Best One Ever – Updated June 26, 2019

These wonderful Krispy Kale Chip are one of our favorite snacks. Easy to make and stays fresh for at least a week when you keep them in a sealed container. They’re not only nutritious they’re delicious.

Ingredients:

  • 2 heads Kale, Washed and Torn
  • ¾ cup Tahini
  • ¼ cup Tamari
  • 1/4 cup Cider Vinegar
  • ½ cup Water
  • 2 scallions
  • 1 clove garlic
  • 1 lemon (juice of)
  • ¼ teaspoon Sea Salt
  • 1/4 cup of nutritional yeast

Preparation:

  • Place kale in a large mixing bowl. Combine the rest of the ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth to get a thick consistency. You may have to add more water.
  • Pour over kale and mix thoroughly with your hands to coat the kale. You want this mixture to be really glued onto the kale.
  • Place kale onto a Teflex sheet, on top of a mesh dehydrator screen, and dehydrate for 6 hours @ 115 degrees. You’ll need to use two trays. Rotate kale occasionally to dry uniformly.

Nutrition Facts

Serving size 28g (~1 oz.)

Amount per serving
Calories138
Calories from Fat89
%DV
Total Fat10g16%
Saturated Fat1g4%
Cholesterol0mg0%
Sodium375mg16%
Total Carbohydrate7g2%
Dietary Fiber3g12%
Sugars1g
Protein7g
Vitamin A60%
Vitamin C39%
Calcium4%
Iron9%

A Mans Character Is Revealed In His Approach To Lifes Circumstances

The circumstances in which a man finds himself does not determine who the man is. Each situation he encounters gives him the opportunity to test himself and see whether his thoughts are divisive, self-serving, and mean-spirited or kind, loving, and virtuous. I believe that the man whose thoughts are focused on what is kind, loving and virtuous will live out their lives ineffective actions that are overflowing with the fruits that come from a good spirit.

Each of us is connected to the Great I Am through our thoughts. Our thoughts are the most powerful of tools as they empower us to do good or evil. We are made up of thoughts, we are not robots(unless we choose to be), but thinkers who have a free choice in every matter concerning our lives. We and we alone are the authors all of our thoughts. With each thought serving as the cornerstone of most everything, we can imagine into existence.

When we find ourselves not obtaining our hearts desires and thwarted at every step, it’s usually because we have not put much thought into what we are trying to achieve. When we think about and focus on our desires and live as if they had already been granted, we automatically lift ourselves out of every earthly quagmire and set ourselves up to feast on our fulfilled desires.

The kingdom of God is within us and recognizing that we are divine son’s and daughter’s of the I Am helps us to have divine thoughts which culminate in holy actions and divine ends. Our prayerful and humble recognition of who we are in Christ frees us from our self-imposed bondage, enabling us to think noble thoughts which in turn enable us to bring about physical demonstrations of healing, health, kindness, and love, in our world.

So, it’s not what we wish for that we get; but we get what we think about the most, as the thoughts we focus on the most, are the ones that come alive and form up in the physical realm. Having this understanding enables us to take responsibility for our thought life and what happens in our lives. We truly do have divine responsibility for our thought life as our thoughts can bring about pain and suffering or peace and love.

When our thoughts, prayers, and desires are manifested in harmony with our Christ Consciousness, we find ourselves experiencing the peace of God, as we’re no longer bound by conscious or unconscious thoughts that thwart our ability to manifest the righteous desires of our hearts.

All of us want better lives, but how many of us are willing to change ourselves, do what it takes to improve ourselves and the lives of those among us? When we improve and change ourselves, it sometimes means giving up the person who we thought we were. It sometimes means having to crucify our egos, dying to our earthly desires.

So, today we seek to improve our circumstance, not by changing the world and people around us, but by changing our own thoughts about who we are and how we can be loving, kind and generous to ourselves as well as to each person who comes into our lives. It’s my opinion that for myself, I must be willing to give up who I believe I am and die to my little earthly self so my eternal spiritual self can reflect the I Am’s divinity that is within me and makes up who I really am.

Blessings, Robert “Bobby” Morgan

Foods That Help To Control Blood Sugar

Eating the right foods can help manage blood sugar fluxuations

Leafy Green Vegetables Are Nutritional Powerhouses

Raw or cooked leafy green vegetables are storehouses of vital minerals, vitamins, antioxidants, and enzymes. They add color, flavor, and texture to any meal. Make your Greens go beyond the norm. Make smoothies with greens as the base. Make your salads your meal. Try the following: 

Kale -It’s rich in antioxidants minerals and vitamins. Vitamins A, C, and K are found in abundance. Don’t forget to pound the kale to soften it if you are eating it raw. See kale chips for a fun way of eating kale.

Microgreens – These small and delicious green are usually immature sunflower greens, but can be grown from almost any of the greens when picked immature. Dr. Ann Wigmore made the famous. Microgreens are packed with nutrients, especially vitamins C, E, and K, and the best thing is you can grow these indoors years around.

Collard Greens – Are one green that is best tasting and easily digested when you cook them and add a little apple cider vinegar on them to enhance their flavor. Their leaves are thick and somewhat bitter, so if you use them raw in salads or smoothies, use them sparingly. They’re one of the plant worlds best sources of vitamin K. 

Spinach – Just one cup of raw spinach provides 181% of the DV for vitamin K, 56% of the DV for vitamin A and 13% of the DV for manganese. Goes great in smoothies and salads and taste wonderful cooked alone or incorporated into 100’s of other cooked foods. 

Beet Greens – Great when chopped into salads, put in smoothies or juiced. They are full of minerals like potassium, calcium, riboflavin. Like most greens vitamins A and K are prevalent. One cup of cooked beet greens contains 220% of the DV for vitamin A, 37% of the DV for potassium and 17% of the DV for fiber. When eaten raw in a salad or smoothie, you get the benefit of the life food enzymes.

Romaine – It’s a good source of vitamins A 82% DV and K 60% DV. Romaine works excellent as a basis for salads as well as an addition to smoothies. It’s also one of the best sources of dietary nitrates, that turn into nitric oxide.

Arugula – Like all green leafy vegetables Arugula is rich in vitamins A and K. B9, and has one of the highest levels naturally occurring nitrates, which may help reduce blood pressure, improve blood sugar and blood flow. 

Turnip Greens – Filled with nutrients they are more nutritious than the turnip itself. The greens are exploding with calcium, manganese, folate and vitamins A, C, and K. Great in small amounts in smoothies and salads. They are most delicious when cooked. 

Tomorrow I will teach you about the fruits and berries you can eat once you have your blood sugar normalize. 
Wishing you the best day ever! Bobby