Grapes are one of the most medicinal fruits in existence. They are powerful liver and kidney cleansers, much more so than many cleansing remedies that are popular today. Grape skins hold unknown micronutrients that expel parasites, mold, and other unproductive fungus from the intestinal tract. Antioxidants within grapes can also help fight and prevent most types of cancer. One of my favorite things about grapes aside from their delicious flavor is how they help to combat The Unforgiving Four, which are behind most illnesses today. Did you know that grapes can help with mold exposure, hypertension, macular degeneration, kidney stones, diabetes, hepatitis C, depression, anemia, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, herpes simplex 1 and 2, H. pylori infection, brain fog, fatigue, hair loss, brittle nails, blurry eyes, PMS, and more? Then there’s the emotional and spiritual benefits of grapes, which are truly special. If you are feeling lonely or isolated, or emotionally broken or beaten down, grapes will help lighten your heart, lift your spirits, and even help you to find people to connect with in life who value and see you.
Coconut water is the second ingredient in this recipe and one of my favorite beverages. It’s the perfect fuel for those of us who are constantly busy and requiring a lot of fuel to the brain and central nervous system. If you’re someone who gets the urge for a sugar fix in the afternoon or anytime, make coconut water your friend. It will get the glucose and mineral salts you need to your bloodstream and brain so you can recharge and carry on. Coconut and coconut water can help Addison’s disease, Raynaud’s syndrome, diabetes, bipolar disorder, anxiety, insomnia, Epstein-Barr virus, thyroid nodules, UTI’s, Lyme disease, SIBO, memory loss, weight gain, tingles and numbness, back pain, chronic dehydration, headaches, and high blood pressure to name just a few.
Coconut water also has the magical ability to enhance the healing power of anything it touches, so every time you have it with your celery sticks and apple slices, or in a smoothie with wild blueberries and spinach, you are essentially getting the greatest value you can from your foods. For those wondering, it’s still best to have certain foods alone for their specific healing purpose though, like celery juice and cucumber juice. These are the kinds of details I share with you in Life-Changing Foods. Just one shift and change with the more than 50 foods you’ll learn about in the book can help you experience greater healing benefits. Coconut water is also the perfect drink to offer to someone in your life who is a little too self-focused. Coconut can open the emotional channel for someone to better consider the needs and values of others alongside their own.
Easy to make and incredibly delicious, this ice-cold slushy is the perfect way to make use of grapes and coconut water when you have them. You’ll want to come back to this recipe over and over again.
4 cups frozen* grapes
3 cups coconut water
Blend the frozen grapes and the coconut water in a blender until well combined. Serve and enjoy.
*Fresh grapes may be used in place of frozen if you don’t want an icy drink. Reduce the coconut water to 2 cups.
Makes 2 servings
This item posted: 02-Oct-2016
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