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Biscotti: An Excuse to Have Cookies for Breakfast


Gluten-Free, Sugar-Free, Healthy Biscotti INGREDIENTS 2 cups quinoa flour 2 tablespoons orange juice 1 tsp aluminum-free baking powder ¼ tsp fine sea salt ¾ cup dried cranberries ⅔ cup whole almonds, coarsely chopped ¼ cup coconut oil 9 tsp Stevia Blend or 18 packets 2 large eggs 2 tsp vanilla extract (McCormick is gluten free) INSTRUCTIONS Position a rack in the ... Read More »

Reasons Not to Eat Pig


I’ve visited hundreds of organic, healthy living sites and I’m amazed that most even consider pork a food, “the other white meat.” Satan twisted God’s Word to convince Eve to eat forbidden fruit. Today he twists God’s Word to convince us to eat forbidden foods. God did not change His mind about food nor change the biological structure of animals. Jesus ... Read More »

25 Healthy Dinner Meal Plans


Need a little motivation to cook healthy dinners? Here are 25 scrumptious meal plans. These are clean (no pork, no shellfish). Healthy (no sugar, almost no gluten). [easyazon_block add_to_cart=”default” align=”none” asin=”0981940714″ cloaking=”default” layout=”top” localization=”default” locale=”US” nofollow=”default” new_window=”default” tag=”heartofwisdom02-20″] Click through the images below to get step by step recipes. Follow my nutritious recipes on Pinterest for more. Follow Robin Sampson’s ... Read More »

Root Vegetable Soup


Soup is the perfect comfort food as well as super nutritious recipe for fall and winter. Cut out the salt and this is a great nutritarian meal. Cook traditional or in a slow cooker (crock pot) or pressure cooker. This is a versitle recipe you can easily substitute or leave out vegetables depending on what you have on hand. Ingredients Select organic vegetables whenever possible 1 ... Read More »

My Favorite Nutrition Books & Sites


In the next 20 years over 50% of Americans will be diabetic and 44% will be obese.  Many children eat donuts, cookies, cupcakes and candy on a daily basis. Going through the fast food drive in is like getting an aneurysm to go–serious illness will occur as a direct result of the consumption of these foods. Change is critical. I’m pro any wholefood ... Read More »

Vaccines Break Bible Dietary Laws


If you  stay clear of pork and shellfish, as the Bible instructs, you need to know flu vaccines include: animal tissues and fluids forbidden in the Bible Lev. 11:3-8, 27, Deut. 14:4-8 Vaccines include horse blood, rabbit brain, dog kidney, monkey kidney, pig blood, and porcine (pig) protein/tissue among other things (see list below). Not only unclean animals but the ... Read More »

12 Most Nutritious Super Foods


1.  Kale Kale is ranked among the top 10 of the World’s Healthiest Foods when it comes to providing the most nutritional value for the least number of calories, and like other cruciferous vegetables, is a rich source of unique health-promoting compounds. kale is loaded with vitamin A, B complex, and C. It is also a powerful antioxidant. One portion of kale ... Read More »

33 Easy, Healthy, & Delicious Oatmeal Toppings


A heart-healthy oatmeal breakfast is a super nutritious way to start the day. Oats contain a bio-active, anti-oxidant compound called avenanthramide that could be responsible for cleaner arteries, prevention of fatty buildup, and reducing the risk of heart disease and cancer. They are also a concentrated source of fiber and nutrients. Children will warm up to oatmeal if you let them put on sundae-type ... Read More »

Healthy Food on the Run: Prepare Ahead Healthy Wraps


To be successful developing healthy habits you need easy, quick, on-the-go meals and handy snacks. This wrap a mainstay on my food plan, especially while I’m on a 21 day Daniel Fast.  I learned it years ago from the authors of the book The pH Miracle: Balance Your Diet, Reclaim Your Health. It is amazingly delicious. I make a Rainbow Salad that I use as my ... Read More »

Rainbow Salad – Good for One Week!


I found the ideas for this Rainbow Salad in the book The pH Miracle: Balance Your Diet, Reclaim Your Health page 286. I make it when I get home from the grocery store. Store it in the same airtight bowl and it stays good for a full week. It consist of mainly lettuces, spinach, and lots of shredded veggies (no tomatoes or ... Read More »

21 Healthy Food Plan Meals for Weight Loss


I’m planning my meals ahead. These are meals for those abstaining from sugar and flours, like the ones at OA and FAA. With 21 in one place I can shuffle them. No sugar, no gluten, no pork, no shell fish. Overeaters Anonymous (OA) is a fellowship of individuals who, through shared experience, strength and hope, are recovering from compulsive overeating. They welcome everyone ... Read More »

Best DIY Healthy Salad Dressings


Orange Cashew Dressing Ingredients 3 tablespoons unhulled sesame seeds, divided 1/4 cup raw cashew nuts or 1/8 cup raw cashew butter 2 navel oranges, peeled 2 tablespoons Dr. Fuhrman’s Blood Orange Vinegar or Dr. Fuhrman’s Riesling Reserve Vinegar or white wine vinegar orange juice, if needed to adjust consistency Directions Toast the sesame seeds in a dry skillet over medium high heat for ... Read More »

Prepare Ahead: 30 Days of Green Smoothies in Two Hours


Green smoothies are fairly quick and easy, and since I’m having foot surgery on Thursday, I made pre-made packets of fruits and veggies I can just dump into the blender with almond milk and blend. It took about two hours to prepare kits for a month of green smoothies. I like this idea a lot and will do it again next month.   1. Gather ingredients Gather ... Read More »

Bought: The Hidden Story of Vaccines, GMOs, Big Pharma


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Make Ahead Oatmeal in a Jar


A commitment to eating healthy has got to include convenience to be successful. These oatmeal in jars are super quick and easy to make once a week to have a handy grab and go meal every day. I made 5 pint jars of oatmeal in about 20 minutes and now I have yummy nutritious breakfast for the next five days (and ... Read More »

4 Great Reasons to Make Salad in a Jar


Why Make Salad in a Jar? Saves money – Use up all the veggies before they go bad. Saves time – make all the salads in one day for a week. Prevent messy kitchen – chop and dice everything once a week instead of daily. Creates quick grab and go meals so I eat healthier more often. How to Make Salad in ... Read More »

Quick and Easy G-Free Wrap Recipes


This is a quick and easy super nutritious food and  I REALLY like quick, easy, and nutritious. When I gave up wheat the Flax Seed Bread in the Wheat Belly book because a big part of my diet. This wrap is an alternative to a tortilla, pita, or other kinds of bread. The recipe came from the book Wheat Belly by Dr. William Davis. After witnessing over 2,000 ... Read More »

Four Movies That Can Change Your Life


The information below will give you a taste (pun intended) of these must-see movies that will show you a natural approach to weight loss, detoxification, prevention and treatment of diabetes, cancer, heart disease, depression and more. Each explains how you can take small steps towards a healthier life. Food Inc In “Food, Inc.”, filmmaker Robert Kenner lifts the veil on ... Read More »

Eating God’s Way Facebook Group


Heart of Wisdom (that would be me) publishes books on topics I am passionate about: Homeschooling Hebrew Roots Health and Nutrition In the last five years, I have had four heart surgeries as a direct result of the SAD (Standard American Diet). Last year, I watched my dear friend JoAnn devastated when her devoted husband died from cancer. This year my ... Read More »

Top 12 Health Benefits of Green Smoothies


Isn’t it amazing that Americans worry more about the gas we put in our cars than the food we put in our bodies? I’ve been getting healthy with a very simple health plan: I eat God’s food instead of man’s food. You can read Dr. Axe’s Healing Food Plan here. I’ve lost eight pounds in two weeks—and I eat a ... Read More »

A Hebraic Perspective on Peter’s Vision

peter vision Acts 10

  Originally Published 6/27/2011 Last updated 2/13/2013 For permissions to reprint, see below. Acts 10: 9 The next day, as they were on their journey and approaching the city, Peter went up on the housetop about the sixth hour to pray. 10 And he became hungry and wanted something to eat, but while they were preparing it, he fell into a trance 11 and saw ... Read More »

Amazing Healthy 3 Bean Chili

Adapted from Allrecipes The Best Vegetarian Chili in the World My mother made wonderful chili. I’ve made her recipe for 30 years but (sorry mom) I like this chili better! Ingredients 1 tablespoon olive oil 1/2 medium onion, chopped 1 packet Chili Seasons 2 stalks celery, chopped 2 green bell peppers, chopped 2-3 cloves garlic, chopped 3  tomatoes cubed 1 (15 ... Read More »

Make Your Greek Salad More Nutritious

Make your greek salad more nutritious by adding lots of veggies. This is our family favorite salad; we have it often. The ingredients vary as to what I have on hand. Greek Veggie Salad The minimum is romaine lettuce, raisins, and feta. Everything else is optional. No cooking unless you decide to add the asparagus. To make a full meal, ... Read More »

Why You Should Never Ignore Ice Cravings


I have been pregnant eleven times. Every time I craved iced. Every time I gave birth I stopped craving ice. It is amazing how many doctors don’t know ice cravings are a symptom of anemia. My second daughter had five pregnancies. She also craved ice during each pregnancy. We joked about knowing where to get the chest ice in town– Sonic ... Read More »

A Typical Gluten Free Day


Thanks to genetic engineering the wheat we eat today has four times the amount of gluten the wheat our grandparents ate—i.e., we are not eating the wheat God intended us to eat. Most people can benefit considerably from a gluten-free or reduced-gluten diet. Gluten and wheat are blamed for a variety of health problems, including depression, fatigue, weight gain and ... Read More »

SAD Killed my Daughter- Don’t Let it Kill Your Children!


My beautiful, amazing, delightful, daughter, Victoria was killed, this year , by a food addiction. It is my passion to pass along nutrition information to help prevent others from suffering this type tragedy. After many unsucessful  attempts at diet and exercise to lose weight, Victoria had laparoscopic weight loss surgery. A week after the surgery, her husband, Jim, was driving her to the hospital when ... Read More »

Apple Quinoa Breakfast Bites


I make a big pot of quinoa every week (it is critical to have prepared healthy foods on hand if you want to eat nutritiously!). I  scoop out one cup for this recipe for breakfast then I have the plenty left over with chicken or fish or vegtables for lunch or dinner all week. Apple Quinoa Breakfast Bites Ingredients 1 ... Read More »

The First Green Smoothie


For decades dietitians have been educating the public about the multiple benefits of greens, but it was not clear how to incorporate fresh greens into everyone’s daily diet. The only option for eating greens seemed to be the salad. The problem is that in our industrialized world, the taste of greens is not as appealing as the stimulating taste of processed foods. Read More »