Friday, November 21, 2008

Around the globe in 31 minutes

Still In Love
Originally uploaded by fanboyk

When this video was first put online, it circled the globe and was viewed by people in all continents within a matter of 31 minutes!

My today's message is short:

If you or your loved ones are battling disease, please take 5 minutes out of your busy schedule and watch this video here
It might for ever change your life...


Thursday, November 20, 2008

Homemade cranberry sauce with a twist

Even when using recipes - I just have to invent something that's uniquely mine, to adjust ingredients and taste to my preferences.

Here's the story about inventing a different kind of homemade cranberry sauce.

About a year or so ago I found this really great recipe how to cook cranberries into delicious sauce. I used the original recipe a few times and the sauce was great: easy to make and tasty. The only thing I have a problem with is that it calls for a lot of sugar (which I try to eliminate from my diet) and orange juice (which is acidic so it's also on my "stay-away list").

That's why I cooked my newly invented sugar free cranberry sauce by replacing sugar with agave syrup and orange juice with grapefruit juice...

yummy cranberry sauce

... and my 2008 Thanksgiving cranberry sauce recipe is as follows:

* 12 ounces cranberries
* juice of a medium-sized grapefruit
* approximately 1/2 cup of agave syrup*


Cook cranberries in grapefruit juice and agave syrup in a medium size pan over medium heat for about 10 minutes (cranberries need to pop). Remove from heat, place in a bowl and let the sauce cool and thicken.

If you like your cranberry sauce more jellied, mash cooked cranberries with a fork.

* The quantity of agave syrup is approximate because the taste will depend on the size and the sweetness of the grapefruit you use. However, with using agave syrup as a sweetener it's easy to add more, even after the sauce cools down.

And the most important thing about this recipe is that it's good for everyone, does not contain any alcohol or any artificial ingredients.



Monday, August 25, 2008

Manifesting Health?! How?

Oh my goodness, I can't wait for you to SEE THIS!

I'm sorry if this seems a bit rushed, but once I got my hands on
what this guy is GIVING AWAY at the end of his video...

Well, I thought I was going to explode!

Or at the very least, dislocate my fingers trying to type this to
you as fast as I could.

Let me just sum it up for you in a few words...

This could totally transform your life!

I'm going on record right now to tell you
this one thing alone will totally change how
fast you can manifest ANYTHING you want
into your life.

You'll see when you try it.

OK, let me calm down and explain...

This guy from Australia found an incredible way to make
his manifestations become his reality.

In fact, he did it so fast, he went from working in a
sweaty factory packing boxes--to super successful
entrepreneur--in the first 90-days he used it!

And then he found out ANYBODY who used
this could do it too.

It's so cool! Because when you do what he did...

You Can Fire Your Boss Too!
It's powerful, it's easy, and it's FAST.

Please, do yourself a favor.

If you truly want to attract anything you want...

If you want it to happen almost automatically...

If you would LOVE to see your life transformed...


Watch the video all the way to the end!

I want to hear from you after you start using the
gifts he is giving away today, OK?

Tell me what happens for YOU!

All the best,


P.S. I really don't think Ryan will be giving this away for
long. He believes in abundance, which is why he is doing this
at all. Do NOT miss this!

Thursday, July 10, 2008

Lemon Basil

Here's a little secret, so obvious that most people don't even see it: Lemon Basil is a perfect match with all the beverages and dishes that we usually use the lemon or lime with:

  • all kinds of salads
  • refreshing beverages
  • fish
  • pea soup
  • and deserts

When you add fresh lemon basil leaves to your beverage as a decoration, go ahead and chew on them slowly and as long as possible. It's great for remineralizing your teeth and that is the case with many kinds of fresh herbs, not just basil.

Lemon basil, Kemangi


Tuesday, July 8, 2008

How to cool down hard boild eggs - fast

In the video below you can see the fastest way (that I know of) to cool down hard boiled eggs. The same method works just as well for whole cooked potatoes, when you're in a hurry to peel them.


Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Multi-million dollar Internet Marketing Company launches contest


Monday, June 30, 2008

Sweet banana - chocolate treat

Good for hunters


Makes two servings.


  1. Add some ice if this smoothie seems too thick - or if you want it cold.

  2. Experiment with lemon basil. Add only a few leaves at first. If you like the way it tastes, you can always add more leaves and blend for a few more seconds.

  3. Use lemon basil and a slice of lemon for decoration.


  • Watch the video

  • Blend the ingredients

  • Enjoy!


Saturday, June 28, 2008

How vitamin C in fruits varies

It's important to understand that the content of vitamin C in fruits varies in different cultivars of the same kind of fruit as well as with the level of ripeness of the fruit.

Sometimes vitamin C content of certain fruit is higher when that particular fruit is still slightly immature, and declines as the fruit hits peak ripeness.

With other fruits, the process takes opposite direction: it rises with increasing ripeness.

Consequently, we might come across surprisingly wide variation in results for vitamin C content between different investigators - because they were testing fruit at different stage of maturation or they tested a different variety.

Fruits that increase vitamin C with maturation:

  • jujube
  • cherries
  • blackberries

Fruits that are losing vitamin C with maturation:

  • camu camu, fruit of shrubby tree of the Amazon with the highest recorded levels of vitamin C of any fruit
  • kiwi

Vitamin C content in live foods also decreases with storage; cool-storage is no exception.

Commercially grown fruits are picked green and their overall nutritious value is more or less poor.

Vitamin C


Thursday, June 26, 2008

Epicurus, ancient Greek philosopher

"We should look
for someone to eat and drink with
before looking
for something to eat and drink."

Hot &Tasty Thai food


Friday, June 20, 2008

Blood Type or GenoType? Which is right for You?

If you're one of those, confused by different types of diets, offered by Dr. D'Adamo, quickly find out what's best for you by answering a simple yes - no quiz.

When done answering the questions, click 'Find Out' button and the confusion between Blood Type Diet and GenoType Diet that 'complement each other but work through different mechanisms' will be cleared once and for all.

Complete the quiz now! - It only takes a minute.


Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Bancha tea

Beverage to emphasize for: hunter, warrior, nomad

Neutral for: gatherer, teacher, explorer

Toxin to limit or avoid for: /

Can be reintroduced after 3-6 months in modest amounts for:

Prime food for weight loss for: hunter, warrior, nomad

time for tea!

Good for everyone!


Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Chives in Culinary

Erdmann in Wild Nature - 1

Traditional French cooking prefers combining chives with shallots, tarragon and marjoram.

Although, the simple truth is that chives complement just about any other flavor except sweet.

Some ideas for the foods that benefit greatly from (in the last minute) added chives: fish and shellfish, poultry, veal, cheese and creamy sauces, eggs and lots of vegetables like: artichokes, asparagus, carrots, cauliflower, corn, onions, potatoes, spinach, peas, tomatoes and others.

Chives contain sulfur-rich oil (found in all alliums) which gives them flavor and medicinal virtue of being antiseptic and to lower blood pressure. Since chives have less sulfur oil than larger alliums, they don’t have much medicinal use.


Monday, June 9, 2008

Kukicha tea

Beverage to emphasize for: hunter, gatherer, teacher, explorer, warrior, nomad

Neutral for: /

Toxin to limit or avoid for: /

Can be reintroduced after 3-6 months in modest amounts for: /

Prime food for weight loss for: hunter, gatherer, teacher, warrior, nomad

twig tea

Great for everyone!


Sunday, June 8, 2008

Elderberry juice

Beverage to emphasize for: gatherer, teacher, warrior, nomad

Neutral for: hunter, explorer

Toxin to limit or avoid for: /

Can be reintroduced after 3-6 months in modest amounts for: /

Prime food for weight loss for: teacher, warrior


Good for everyone!


Saturday, June 7, 2008

Tips to Make Travelling More Comfortable

It's the happy season of travelling again. Yet, if you feel exhausted and you're in a bad physical condition when arriving to your destination it will probably take you quite some time to recover and start enjoying your vacations.

In this life, however, simple solutions for our biggest "problems" and problems have been proven to be the best - times and times again. Here's a collection of great tips for travelling and as the article well puts it "A Stitch in Time Saves Nine."