Archive for the ‘super foods’ Category

Bayonne Health and Wellness Expo

May 9, 2014
Sat. May 17th at the Bayonne Museum from 4:00PM to 8:00PM

Sat. May 17th at the Bayonne Museum from 4:00PM to 8:00PM

 

Other participants include – Cross Fit Bayonne, Kettle Bell Kitchen, Isogenix, Family Massage Therapy, White Lotus Acupuncture, NJ Sharing Network, Chiropractic, and AllFit Yoga Studio.

Special guest appearance by Captain Bayonne.

Super Foods Table with Samples

Abundant Energy Talk presented by Dr. Mike and Dr. Noah

Nervous System Evaluations!

To attend you can call the office at 201-437-0033 or just show up – for your $5 entry fee you are entered into a raffle for a Super Foods basket and monies collected will be transferred to the Bayonne Museum as a donation.

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Dr. Noah’s Gluten Free / Casein Free Pumpkin Pie Recipe – Happy Thanksgiving!

November 19, 2013

Dr. Noah’s Gluten Free / Casein Free Pumpkin Pie Recipe

Pumpkin Pie Filling

  • 15 ounces canned pumpkin / 1 can  (trader joes or just use the classic Libby’s)
  • 3/4 cup palm / coconut sugar (any sugar will work)
  • 2 ½ tsp. pumpkin pie spice
  • 3 eggs beaten
  • 1 cup coconut milk (I used the canned type)
  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Combine pumpkin, sugar, and pumpkin spice. Stir in eggs. Gradually add coconut milk. Stir ingredients until creamy and smooth.
  3. Pour pumpkin mixture into the *unbaked pie crust. Bake in the middle rack in the center of the oven for about 1 hour (or until knife inserted in the center comes out clean.) Cool for an hour on top of the stove then put in the fridge to chill.

*Full disclosure it is simply just to annoying for me to make my own pie crust – Wholefoods has a great gluten free / dairy free unbaked frozen pie crust that works great in this recipe and is perfect if you like quiches as well!

**I recommend using all organic ingredients if possible!

We are taking the show on the road……. Paleo Presentation at Crossfit Bayonne / Testimonial!

October 8, 2013

What's Paleo All About?

 

October 17th – 8:00PM – Crossfit Bayonne – 432 Broadway Bayonne

Check out this new Paleo Testimonial I just got today

My name is *****, I’m 38 and I’m three months in to my paleo lifestyle. In a very short amount of time I have become very passionate about this program and have seen so many wonderful effects of the discipline.

My fiancé and I moved to ****, ** from *** in March of 2012. Over the course of our first year here, I trained for and ran 6 half marathons. I biked, hiked, and walked regularly. I also gained 15 pounds and can’t remember a time when I felt physically worse.  I was exhausted, lethargic, bloated, not sleeping well (the list goes on). Things just weren’t adding up. I tried everything I could think of, nothing worked. And maybe the worst part, for the 1st time in my life exercise was not enjoyable because I felt weighed down and largely unmotivated. I was pretty sure it was due to my diet (which I didn’t think was that bad).

Then came Paleo. In 3 months I’ve lost 15 pounds (10 in the first 30 days) without even trying. I’m sleeping thru the night for the first time in about 6 years, my workouts are amazing and efficient, my cravings for sweets (which were severe) are all but gone and I feel better than I can ever remember. My body is also more lean and fit. I had no idea how poorly I was eating and how much processed junk I was putting in my system. I was uneducated around what was actually good for me as I subscribed to the low fat/low cal way of eating and because of that, was pumping my body full of processed junk. It was a huge departure from what I was used to. But the fact is it worked. Perhaps the most amazing part of my experience is I’ve gone off the Lexapro I’ve been on for the past 2 years to treat anxiety. The benefits of this have not been just physical, as I find myself feeling more confident and clear headed. It’s a difficult thing to articulate but I feel in control and sure of what I’m doing. That has far exceeded my expectations around this program. Put simply, I feel good. Really good.

I would highly recommend reading as much as you can find on the subject. It’s satisfying and with the right material is actually fun. The recipes are endless and I learned a whole new way of cooking. One that is far easier than I’m use to. I look at food completely different and am eating far less and going much further on what I put into my system. Don’t get me wrong, there are times when I’ll cheat but I do my best to stick with it most of the time because the results are impossible to dispute. So much so, that I don’t see myself going off this anytime soon. If ever.

One very important detail for me to note is none of this was possible without the guidance and support from Dr. Noah. He recommends an amazing variety of books and subject matter that made this easy and enjoyable. Big shout out to him. Anyone who is thinking about going Paleo, DO IT!! It’s one of best decisions I’ve made for my health. You will not be sorry!!

September 17, 2013
Wednesday September 25th 7:00 to 8:00

Wednesday
September 25th
7:00 to 8:00

 

This is often an over looked Advanced Health Care Class

The Why and Why Not / Chiropractic / Super Food Nutrition

**New this year with be super food samples and grass fed whey protein shakes!

RSVP Today!

 

SuperFoods 2.0 – This Wednesday 7:00PM – 734 Broadway Bayonne NJ 07002 – The night of the presentation all SuperFoods are 15% Off!

June 10, 2013
This Wednesday at the Office!  * Chia / Chocolate / Goji / Golden Berries / Hemp *Cultured Foods *Ancestral / Paleo Diet *So Much More

This Wednesday at the Office!
* Chia / Chocolate / Goji / Golden Berries / Hemp
*Cultured Foods
*Ancestral / Paleo Diet
*So Much More

 

 

This is our monthly sale! These cashews are the most delicious sweet nuts I have ever tasted!

This is our monthly sale! These cashews are the most delicious sweet nuts I have ever tasted!

 

30 Day Chiropractic Lifestyle / Paleo Challenge

May 9, 2013
30 Day Paleo Challenge

30 Day Paleo Challenge

 

A recent study from the University of California San Francisco School of Medicine proved that a Paleo Diet can

Balanced blood pressure

Improved arterial function

Insulin improvements

More balanced cholesterol levels

If you are interested in participating please fill out this contact form.

The initial weigh in, Core Score, and manual pick up is May 15th from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm.

The Contest runs from May 15th to June 15th.

YOU HAVE SO MUCH TO GAIN!

 

 

 

Golden Berries (Incan Berries) Superfood of the Month – 15% Off – Check these recipes out……

April 1, 2013

Golden Berry Smoothie

An antioxidant and protein rich blend.

Ingredients

½ Cup Navitas Naturals Goldenberries
¼ Cup Navitas Naturals Cashew Whole Nuts
2 Tbsp Navitas Naturals Hemp Seeds
1 Cup Frozen Mango
¾ Cup Orange Juice
1 ½ Cup Filtered Water (more if needed)
2 Tbsp Lime Juice
1 Tsp Vanilla Extract
2 Cups Ice

1 Tbsp Raw Local Honey

Directions

Blend and Serve

Yield: 2 plus servings

 

 

Golden Berry Tea

This is a delicious flavorful low calorie drink.

Ingredients

2 oz. of Golden Berries
1 Large Lemon
1 Tbsp. Raw Local Honey

2 Sprigs of Fresh Rosemary

1 Gallon Filtered Water

Directions

Thinly slice the lemon and add all the ingredients in a large 1 gallon plus container. Put on your counter for 12 to 24 hours and then place in the fridge.

Enjoy with ice or mixed half and half with sparkling water.

When your drink all the water be sure to eat all the goldern berries they will remain sweet, soft, and extremely delicious.

You can subsititure Goji berries with Golden berries if you choose.

Will keep for several days refrigerated.

Split Pea Soup with Hemp Seeds / 15% off Hemp Seeds this month at the office / Check out our new SUPERFOOD Line

March 5, 2013

 

split pea soup

with hemp seeds

This high-protein soup is packed with benefits, thanks to the addition of hemp seeds! Served with a salad it easily makes a satisfying, balanced meal.

ingredients

2 Tbsp Coconut Oil (can substitute olive oil)
2 Cups yellow Onion, diced
4 large cloves Garlic, finely minced
1 Cup Carrots, diced
1 Cup Celery, diced
2 Bay Leaves
1½ Cups dry Split Peas
3 Tbsp yellow Miso Paste (can remove if allergic to soy)
8 Cups Water
⅓ Cup raw Walnuts, chopped finely
½ Cup Navitas Naturals Hemp Seeds
Sea Salt and freshly ground Black Pepper, to taste

 

directions

In a large soup pot, heat the coconut oil over medium-high heat. Add the onion and cook for 2 minutes. Add the garlic, carrots and celery, and cook for 3-4 minutes longer, to soften the vegetables. Add the bay leaves, peas, miso paste, and water, and stir to combine. Cover, bring to a simmer, then reduce heat to medium-low. Cook for 50-60 minutes, stirring occasionally, until peas have broken down – add additional water if needed. Add the walnuts and the hemp seeds, and adjust seasonings if desired. Serve warm, with plenty of freshly ground black pepper.

Will keep for several days refrigerated.

yield: 6 servings

submitted to Navitas Naturals by Julie Morris

Vitamin D Deficiency and Pregnancy Risk from the Vitamin D Council

December 13, 2012

Vitamin D deficiency and pregnancy risks
December 13, 2012 — John Cannell, MD
Professors Carole Wagner and Bruce Hollis and ten of their colleagues at the Medical University of South Carolina recently conducted the largest randomized controlled trial to date using meaningful daily doses (2,000 vs. 4,000 IU) of vitamin D during pregnancy.

Wagner CL, McNeil R, Hamilton SA, Winkler J, Cook CR, Warner G, Bivens B, Davis DJ, Smith PG, Murphy M, Shary J, Hollis BW. A Randomized Trial of Vitamin D Supplementation in Two Community Health Center Networks in South Carolina. Am J Obstet Gynecol. 2012 Nov 3.

The ethics committee would not let them use a control group of 400 IU/day, as the committee felt this would endanger the women and their newborns. Sadly, most women in this country only take the 400 IU/day in their prenatal vitamin.

The researchers randomized 256 pregnant women, 160 of whom completed the study. They were separated into two groups, 2,000 or 4,000 IU per day, beginning at 3-4 months of pregnancy. They followed the 160 women through delivery and found the following:

  1. At the beginning of the study, pregnant African American women had a level of 18.5 ng/ml, while Whites had notably higher mean values of 29.5 ng/ml.
  2. Neither group had any side effects; in fact the blood calcium levels of the 4,000 IU group actually went down.
  3. At delivery, the average cord blood vitamin D level was 22 ng/ml in the 2,000 IU/day group and 27 ng/ml in the 4,000 IU/day group, still slightly less than cord levels of hunter gatherers.
  4. Overall, only 37% of the 2,000 IU group and 46% of the 4,000 IU group achieved vitamin D levels of 40 ng/ml by the end of their pregnancies. Furthermore, 40 ng/ml was the threshold level at which conversion of 25(OH)D to activated vitamin D finally flattened out during pregnancy. In other words, the more 25(OH)D the pregnant woman had, the higher the activated vitamin D level, until a 25(OH)D level of 40 ng/ml was reached, and activated vitamin D stopped increasing any more at higher levels.
  5. The 4,000 IU group participants had 2.40 times higher odds of having an infant in the 50th percentile of birth weight, compared to the 2,000 IU group. That is, the 4,000 IU group was more likely to have normal weight babies.
  6. Lower pre‐delivery 25(OH)D was significantly predictive of preterm delivery (p=0.001)
  7. Lower pre‐delivery 25(OH)D was associated with more infection (p=0.026).
  8. Overall, complications of pregnancy were less with the 4,000 IU/day group than with the 2,000 IU/day group, though not statistically significant.

In my opinion, this is once again great research that shows that pregnant women should have levels over 40 ng/ml, and I think it’s preferable to target levels between 50-60 ng/ml.

This is why the Council recommends 6,000 IU/day, to ensure these kinds of levels. We also recommend checking 25(OH)D levels periodically throughout pregnancy to make sure your 25(OH)D levels remain in the natural range, about 50-60 ng/ml. Some women may need more than 6,000 IU/day.

Dr. Noah’s Gluten Free / Casein Free Pumpkin Pie Recipe

November 14, 2012

 

Pumpkin Pie Filling

  • 15 ounces canned pumpkin / 1 can  (trader joes or just use the classic Libby’s)
  • 3/4 cup palm / coconut sugar (any sugar will work)
  • 2 ½ tsp. pumpkin pie spice
  • 3 eggs beaten
  • 1 cup coconut milk (I used the canned type)

 

 

  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Combine pumpkin, sugar, and pumpkin spice. Stir in eggs. Gradually add coconut milk. Stir ingredients until creamy and smooth.
  3. Pour pumpkin mixture into the *unbaked pie crust. Bake in the middle rack in the center of the oven for about 1 hour (or until knife inserted in the center comes out clean.) Cool for an hour on top of the stove then put in the fridge to chill.

 

*Full disclosure it is simply just to annoying for me to make my own pie crust – Wholefoods has a great gluten free / dairy free unbaked frozen pie crust that works great in this recipe and is perfect if you like quiches as well!

 

**I recommend using all organic ingredients if possible!