Quote of the Month
What if Christmas, he thought, doesn’t come from a store. What if Christmas…perhaps…means a little bit more!” – Dr. Seuss, How the Grinch Stole Christmas!

Do you like cabbage rolls, but they take too much time to make?
Here’s a great one using ground turkey and cauliflower (instead of rice)…great way to get some added veggies into the kids. You can even cook these with some fresh cranberry sauce. We’ve modified it slightly from a paleo cookbook called ‘Practical Paleo’…

Cabbage Rolls
• 1 cabbage – Metro has a great one already cored and soaked in brine and vacuum packed; just open the package and take the leaves off! – it comes from St Jacobs. Other option … freeze your cabbage and when it thaws it will be soft enough to roll and fill … if you can’t do that … core your own, and place in a pot with about 2-3 inches of water and cook until soft.
• 1.5 cups finely grated cauliflower
• 1/3 cup of organic plain spaghetti sauce (use a 798ml jar and reserve the rest)
• sea salt/herbamore and pepper to taste
• 1 tsp sage
• 1 tsp rosemary
• 1 tsp thyme
• 1 tbsp fresh parsley
• 1.5 lbs ground turkey
• 2 cloves minced garlic
• 1/2 medium onion diced

Mix all ingredients (except cabbage) in a bowl. Pull apart 12 cabbage leaves. On one end of the cabbage add 1/4 cup of the above mixture. Roll the mixture inside the cabbage leaf, folding in the ends of the cabbage as you go. Place seam side down in a baking dish. Mix the cranberry sauce (below) with the remaining spaghetti sauce, cover and bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes.

Fresh Cranberry Sauce
• 1 pkg cranberries, fresh or frozen
• 1/4 cup water (I also like to use fresh squeezed OJ)
• 1 grated apple
• 4-8 drops stevia extract or to taste

Place all ingredients in a medium pot. Heat to boiling and simmer until cranberries begin to pop. Cool.

Christmas specials and ideas…

• Want a Klean Kanteen bottle – we have 24oz(3cup) and 40oz(5 cup) bottles for only $10 each! Get one free if you book a session with us.
• Buy 2 Green Light and receive 1 for 1/2 price! What the heck is Green Light? Green Light is not just another chlorophyll or green super food product. It is a hand crafted, SPAGYRIC botanical which takes 60 to 90 days to move through a natural alchemical “fermentation” process creating one of the most highly concentrated formulas available today…and we have it!
• Know someone who’s looking for some great meditation music…checkout Holosync
• Looking for a powerful blender… how about a Vitamix…it has a 2 hp motor…we’ve been using ours for years…you can even make soup and grind your own grains!

Did you know…
• Chlorophyll is considered by many to be the “blood” of plants because chlorophyll molecules are structurally similar to hemoglobin. The main difference is that the central molecule in humans is iron and the central molecule in plants is magnesium. This was recognized in 1926 by Charles Schnabels.
• In 1936, Dr. Arthur Patek reported fascinating results from a study done with fifteen patients who were diagnosed as being anemic. They were asked to take different amounts of green foods along with iron. The level of blood hemoglobin and the number of red blood cells increased faster than with just taking iron alone. Based on this initial finding, further studies have now confirmed that the chemical perspective of chlorophyll is in fact, similar to the chemical structure of red blood cells.
• Pure unsweetened cranberries are great for bladder infections
• Naturally fermented cabbage is great for helping to heal your gut
• Garlic is great for your immune system
• Stevia is a great alternative natural sweetener that won’t affect your blood sugar and has zero calories. There are even non-bitter varieties available.

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