Monday, February 14, 2011

A Blend of what I have learned

I believe I am finally ready to blend what I have learned and formulate my own culinary vision. I have revisited "Simply Raw: Reversing Diabetes in 30 Days" an inspirational documentary based on the raw vegan retreat  Tree of Life Rejuvenation Center run by Gabriel Cousens, M.D. and felt the exhilarating optimism I knew when I visited the Ann Wigmore Natural Health Institute in Puerto Rico several years ago with my children.
Maximizing my exposure to raw fresh wholesome vegetables, while allowing myself the dietary joys of high quality meats and cheese in the world of a low-carb regime, I feel I can find a compromise with my real world addictions and culinary passions. I can never fully appease the dictatorial expectations of any one dietary discipline, yet never-the-less there is a blended balance consistent to my individual needs and what can work. Being trim and healthy, as well as, physically satisfied is not only possible but in pragmatic reach. I feel I am finally coming to an agreement between my inner needs and my external environment. A potential master of my own compulsive eating disorder.

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