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Time is running out - if you haven’t already registered for this event, you should do so NOW- only a few spots left-
Are you in a rut?
Do you feel like your life is stuck?
Do you know that you deserve a better life, but don’t know what to do to get it?
Do you want to change your life, and live the life you know you deserve??!?!
If you answered yes to any of these, then this 8 week intense workshop, Modern Miracles for a Beautiful Life- is guaranteed to CHANGE YOUR LIFE!
This workshop is guided support to the literature ‘May Cause Miracles- Subtle Shifts for Radical Change’, by @gabbybernstein.

If you want to change your life, and really mean it- then you DO NOT want to miss this experience!
To learn more and register for this event, visit https://modern-miracles-for-a-beautiful-life.eventbrite.com.
Thank you for your continued support, and I look forward to watching you manifest your dreams! Mimi

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One of my fav salads from Le Pain Quotidien. It’s quinoa, arugula, avocado, cucumber, tomato, chick peas, and pesto dressing! Simply De-li-cious! 

Quinoa contains more vitamins, nutrients, and antioxidants than any other grain. In fact, you’ll get an impressive list of vitamin B6, thiamin, niacin, potassium, and riboflavin, plus minerals like copper, zinc, magnesium, and folate, as well as the antioxidants phytonutrients quercetin and kaempferol, which lend anti-inflammatory and disease-fighting prowess to each bowl consumed.

It turns out that eating quinoa also reduces your chances of developing type 2 diabetes, but it can also help you keep those glucose levels balanced if you already have diabetes. This is due to the fact that it’s rich in complex carbohydrates, or healthy carbohydrates, that slowly digest and keep you satiated for longer while keeping your blood sugar and appetite level.

If you are unfortunate enough to suffer from nasty migraine headaches, then you should be featuring quinoa in your regular weekly meal line up. Why? Quinoa is high in riboflavin, or vitamin B2, which promotes blood vessel expansion in the brain and reduces instances of migraine headaches.

If you’re trying to lose weight, you will love quinoa not only because it’s extremely low in fat compared to other grains, but also because any fat present is almost all made up of essential fatty acids, or omega-3 fatty acid, which are healthy fats that promote further fat burning while keeping you full much longer than dishes made with rice or pasta.

If you tend to have troubles in the digestion department or suffer from constipation, quinoa is one food that will encourage things to, shall we say, move along nicely. A serving of quinoa is high in dietary fiber that promotes optimal digestion and healthy, regular bowel movements.

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One of my fav salads from Le Pain Quotidien. It’s quinoa, arugula, avocado, cucumber, tomato, chick peas, and pesto dressing! Simply De-li-cious!

Quinoa contains more vitamins, nutrients, and antioxidants than any other grain. In fact, you’ll get an impressive list of vitamin B6, thiamin, niacin, potassium, and riboflavin, plus minerals like copper, zinc, magnesium, and folate, as well as the antioxidants phytonutrients quercetin and kaempferol, which lend anti-inflammatory and disease-fighting prowess to each bowl consumed.

It turns out that eating quinoa also reduces your chances of developing type 2 diabetes, but it can also help you keep those glucose levels balanced if you already have diabetes. This is due to the fact that it’s rich in complex carbohydrates, or healthy carbohydrates, that slowly digest and keep you satiated for longer while keeping your blood sugar and appetite level.

If you are unfortunate enough to suffer from nasty migraine headaches, then you should be featuring quinoa in your regular weekly meal line up. Why? Quinoa is high in riboflavin, or vitamin B2, which promotes blood vessel expansion in the brain and reduces instances of migraine headaches.

If you’re trying to lose weight, you will love quinoa not only because it’s extremely low in fat compared to other grains, but also because any fat present is almost all made up of essential fatty acids, or omega-3 fatty acid, which are healthy fats that promote further fat burning while keeping you full much longer than dishes made with rice or pasta.

If you tend to have troubles in the digestion department or suffer from constipation, quinoa is one food that will encourage things to, shall we say, move along nicely. A serving of quinoa is high in dietary fiber that promotes optimal digestion and healthy, regular bowel movements.

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Chai tea- is a combination of spices with tea and milk that makes a delicious, healthy beverage. According to the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, chai tea comes from Ayurvedic medicine and can be created with different recipes. All the recipes use health-promoting spices. Ayurvedic medicine, also called Ayurveda, works with each individual’s constitution; and, traditionally, chai tea recipes are tailored to the constitution of each individual.

Almost every chai recipe includes ginger, cinnamon, cloves and black, green or oolong tea. Other common chai tea ingredients are cardamom, black peppercorns and fennel. All of these are considered healthy ingredients in Ayurvedic medicine. Milk, which is almost always part of chai tea, enhances the taste and makes it a richer, more satisfying beverage, but it isn’t necessary for the health benefits. People with lactose intolerance can use soymilk or rice milk.

The antioxidant properties in tea are well known. Indiana University School of Medicine reports that the antioxidant effects of tea are not altered by caffeine or temperature. In an interview, Dr. James Klaunig, director of the Division of Toxicology and professor of pharmacology and toxicology at Indiana University School of Medicine, states 

Ayurveda asserts that poor digestion contributes to or causes many ailments. For that reason, strong digestion is vitally important. The Pacific College of Oriental medicine states that the basic spices in chai help stimulate, balance and support digestion. Cinnamon helps to calm the stomach and combat nausea and diarrhea. Ginger also soothes the stomach. Black pepper stimulates digestive fire as soon as it touches the taste buds. Cloves stimulate digestion. Fennel helps disperse flatulence.

With its powerful antioxidant properties, tea helps reduce inflammation. Chai tea’s anti-inflammatory star is ginger. Ayurveda frequently recommends ginger for inflammatory conditions like arthritis. #chai #tea #arthritis #beautifood #love #live #life #health #wellness #aryuveda #healing #foodporn #goodfood

Chai tea- is a combination of spices with tea and milk that makes a delicious, healthy beverage. According to the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, chai tea comes from Ayurvedic medicine and can be created with different recipes. All the recipes use health-promoting spices. Ayurvedic medicine, also called Ayurveda, works with each individual’s constitution; and, traditionally, chai tea recipes are tailored to the constitution of each individual.

Almost every chai recipe includes ginger, cinnamon, cloves and black, green or oolong tea. Other common chai tea ingredients are cardamom, black peppercorns and fennel. All of these are considered healthy ingredients in Ayurvedic medicine. Milk, which is almost always part of chai tea, enhances the taste and makes it a richer, more satisfying beverage, but it isn’t necessary for the health benefits. People with lactose intolerance can use soymilk or rice milk.

The antioxidant properties in tea are well known. Indiana University School of Medicine reports that the antioxidant effects of tea are not altered by caffeine or temperature. In an interview, Dr. James Klaunig, director of the Division of Toxicology and professor of pharmacology and toxicology at Indiana University School of Medicine, states

Ayurveda asserts that poor digestion contributes to or causes many ailments. For that reason, strong digestion is vitally important. The Pacific College of Oriental medicine states that the basic spices in chai help stimulate, balance and support digestion. Cinnamon helps to calm the stomach and combat nausea and diarrhea. Ginger also soothes the stomach. Black pepper stimulates digestive fire as soon as it touches the taste buds. Cloves stimulate digestion. Fennel helps disperse flatulence.

With its powerful antioxidant properties, tea helps reduce inflammation. Chai tea’s anti-inflammatory star is ginger. Ayurveda frequently recommends ginger for inflammatory conditions like arthritis. #chai #tea #arthritis #beautifood #love #live #life #health #wellness #aryuveda #healing #foodporn #goodfood

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