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12

Healthy NingXia Red Jellies

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 NingXia Red Jelly Treats Recipe

NingXia Red Jelly Treats Recipe

 

 

Talk about superfoods berry fruit snacking …. without feeling guilty

NingXia Red’s synergistic, whole-body nutrient infusion energizes, fortifies, and revitalizes like nothing else.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Have fun making them …

NINGXIA RED JELLIES

Posted by Young Living Essential Oils on Friday, 25 March 2016

 

NingXia Red combines the extraordinary wolfberry fruit with 100% pure essential oils in a powerful, whole-body nutrient infusion. The benefits of the legendary Ningxia wolfberry have been sought after for centuries, and ongoing research continues to yield exciting, new health properties. Enjoy its naturally delicious flavor daily to sustain energy and to fortify and replenish key nutrients for long-lasting health and wellness.

 

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Apr
12

Thai Style Lettuce Wraps

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Lettuce Wrap Recipe Perfect for Game Day from Young Living on Vimeo.

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Beet Juice and Lemon Essential Oil

Beet Juice and Lemon Essential Oil

Is it a drink, or is it actually food ??

Two very simple ingredients: I juiced 1 1/2 large beets and then stirred in 4 drops of lemon essential oil. The oil camouflaged the earthiness of the beet and turned it into irresistible yumminess.

Lemon oil consists of 68 percent d-limonene, a powerful antioxidant, and a very good oil to purify the system; beet juice is a liver-protective food and cardiovascular supportive

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Feta Cheese with Avocado, Wolfberries and Essential Oils

Feta Cheese with Avocado, Wolfberries and Essential Oils

Super YUM

I just had: Feta cheese, Avocado, Wolfberries – Goji Berries (Young Living), Oregano Essential Oil (Young Living), ‘Citrus Fresh’ Essential Oil Blend (Young Living), walnuts, green & black olives, garlic, red onions, raw mushrooms, mandarin oranges, tomatoes, green bell pepper, on a bed of leaves. I used rocket leaves and water cress. The dried wolfberries I first soaked in lots of freshly squeezed lemon juice to plump them up a bit.

Sounds all rather exotic, right? OK let’s start with the wolfberries. They are in China regarded as general tonic, to protect the liver, to improve vision, to strengthen weak legs and to promote longevity.

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Mildly Chilli spiced hot Chocolate dip and Honey Yoghurt dip for Fruit

Mildly Chilli spiced hot Chocolate dip and Honey Yoghurt dip for Fruit

Here’s an inspiration recipe for fruit which gives a whole heap of wellbeing benefits if you add some interesting dips to it all.

We all know that dark chocolate with high cocoa percentage is a fantastic mood lifter. Chili-peppers contains impressive list of plant derived chemical compounds, vitamins and minerals that are known to have disease preventing and health promoting properties. The chemical compound capsaicin also helps as a pain reliever.

I also added some drops of Orange Essential Oil, which has a long list of benefits but also tastes extremely delicious in the dark chocolate mix.

Here are some benefits:

Lifts the spirit while providing a calming influence

Well-known for its uplifting properties, Orange is soothing and brings peace and happiness to the mind. It is refreshing and relaxing at the same time.

Orange Essential Oil is rich in antioxidant D-Limonene, and this is super helpful to maintain a happy body.

A word of caution: Do keep in mind that this recipe only refers to the Young Living Essential Oils brand. These essential oils are food-grade and safe for use as a food-flavouring, dietary supplement, and for internal use – unlike other brands of essential oil which should never be ingested or used to flavour foods.

In this dish I provided two contrasting flavour dips which are very complimentary to each other. The mildly spicy bitter dark chocolate and orange dip is serenaded by the deliciously sweet and creamy mix of Greek yogurt with forest honey. Oh, in case you were wondering, I sprinkled some freshly ground coffee over the honey-yogurt.

OK, here’s the recipe:

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