Healthy Recipes - My Personal Experience

Healing and prevention for those who want to stay healthy

The nutritional, preventive, culinary values of the foods listed are for healthy living if followed:-

This write - up is from my personal experience; most of the food we eat causes us ill - health. I am not boasting about it, God has been my health and strength for over 25 years now I have never been to HOSPITAL for any illness. Note that Wealthy is not Healthy but Health is Wealth. They are two different things if you understand what I mean. So you're the one to tell yourself exactly what you want in life.

But it does not means that you should have self - diagnosis or self - treatment without consulting a qualified physician on that particular illness you're passing through - or better still when you notice uncommon symptoms in your systems. You must also know that inappropriate use of these recipes or food can cause allergic reactions in sensitive person - so caution is to be applied to avoid that.

    Take more of the whole wheat bread - especially the sugar free and it's good for any diabetic patient.
    Take more of the vegetable juice - where is difficult to have the juice, you can slice or chop and boil and eat.
    Take more onion, garlic, ginger etc boiled or cooked
    Take more of the nuts, fruits - cucumber, avocado, watermelon etc
    Take less of flesh [beef, poke] etc - substitute with baked soya bean [Tofu]
    Take more water and less alcohol drinks and sugary drinks
    Take more of the grain foods, bean foods
    Take less of the fried foods and can foods [preserved]
    Take less of fatty foods - cause one to be overweight and it can cause cancer so you're advised to stay fit
    Do not expose your skin in the sun - when it's at the peak; the early morning sun is much better than the late morning and afternoon - Especially children should not be allowed
    Always follow the prescription of the medical professionals to be on the safe side


    In the case of infection or fever - more clean water is need to help eliminate the toxic that cases that and low-fat and easy to digest foods are needed also to keep the body free from the infection. Hands must be washed regularly with clean water [running] and soap because most of the bacteria are carried through our hands.
    More tomatoes, potatoes can be cooked or baked - oranges, melon can also be peel and chop and grind - in the case where it's difficult to grind can be eaten after peeled or chopped. If grind, honey can be added - mix - vegetable, paw paw all grind


    Do not smoke and if you smoke, you must stop it as fast as you can -
    Do not stay in the same room or spot where people smoke - because you that are not smoking inhales the 70% of the exhaled smoke
    Do not take alcohol drinks or spirited ones
    Take more of vegetables, fruits and cereal foods with high fiber more often
    Fatty foods cause one to be overweight and it can cause cancer -
    Do not expose you skin in the sun when it's at the peak - the early morning sun is much better than the late morning or afternoon - especially children should not be allowed.
    Always follow the prescription of the medical professionals to prevent cancer. Always go for checkup - 3 months is ideal period for men but women should often check their breast and also participate in any of the screening program to be sure of cancer free.


• Vegetable Juice - tomatoes, carrots, cucumber, cauliflower, garlic, ginger
• Stuffed Pepper - garlic, tomatoes, tofu, almond soup, whole rice, rep pepper, autumn cabbage
• Soya bean - cooked or baked
• All types of salad mixed with carrots, peas, red pepper, beans and also rice
• Chest nuts, broccoli, red beet - cooked, almond grind, hazel nuts grind

Remember an apple a day keeps you away from the doctor and also a glass cup of milk and a hand full of cashew nuts is very important at night - to rest properly after the hectic day.

To Your Healthy Living.

I love Integrity and Honesty and that is why I took it upon myself to write this little tips base on my personal experience.