Dr. Margaret Paul and Rhubarb Oat Springtime Divinity

Hello all!
It is Spring which means not only that rhubarb is here, but that there is new life and new possibilities.
After you read my tasty recipe, you may want to read about how Dr. Margaret Paul was able to transform her life and remain healthy after a sickly youth. Maybe we can al take on some of her strategies.
Rhubarb Oat Springtime Divinity
1/2 cup white sugar
1/2 cup brown sugar
3 Tbs cornstarch
1 cup oats
1/4 cup white flour
1 cup strawberries, sliced
4 cups rhubarb, fresh and cut into one inch pieces
1 stick butter, melted
3 Tbs almond paste chopped into small pieces
1 tsp almond extract
Steps:
 
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
In a large bowl, combine the flour with the cornstarch.
Add in the sugars, the oats and stir together.
Add in the strawberries, the rhubarb and the melted butter.
Stir in the almond extract and the pieces of marzipan.
Pour mixture into a pyrex and bake at 350 degrees for 35 minutes on the middle rack.
Serve with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream!

How To Stay Healthy Your Whole Life

Dr. Margaret Paul 

I was a sickly child and by the time I was 22, I was sick of being sick. Fortunately, I read a few books that clued me into how contaminated our food supply is. At that time, 57 years ago, I threw out all the food in my kitchen and started to shop at the one and only tiny healthy food store in Los Angeles. My health improved dramatically.

But knowing what to eat and having the motivation to eat well are two different things. I struggled with a sugar addiction for years, until I learned how to create a healthy gut. Now, at 79, I have no food addictions, no food cravings, and my health and energy are incredible! It’s now very easy for me to eat well. 

It took two choices to reach this level of health and energy:

1. I had to learn to love myself enough to want to feed myself well

2. I had to discover what creates a healthy gut 

In order to learn to love myself, I created a 6-Step process called Inner Bonding, that I now teach around the world. This process develops your ability to love yourself enough to eat well. 

Creating a healthy gut is vital for excellent health and high energy, so here is my simple guideline: If people didn’t eat it 200 years ago, then don’t eat it now. 

This means avoiding most packaged and processed foods, all factory-farmed produce and animal products, all GMO and genetically modified foods, all sugar and high fructose corn syrup, and especially all industrial seed oils (vegetable oils), even if they are organic – canola, corn, soybean, cottonseed, safflower, and sunflower. If you do the research, you will discover that much of our current health problems stem from these oils, which have been with us only since the early 1900s. Almost all packaged foods have these oils and almost all restaurants cook with them because they are cheap.

As a very busy woman, here is what I do to make sure I eat well. I make my breakfast and lunch first thing in the morning so that I don’t have to grab something unhealthy if I’m busy. My food is simple and delicious, with fermented food at each meal. Dinner is very small and takes about 5 minutes to make with my homemade organic sprouted bread, avocado, lettuce, smoked salmon, and raw cheese. Yum!

 

Short bio: DR. MARGARET PAUL is a bestselling author, relationship expert, and co-creator of the powerful Inner Bonding® self-healing process. Go to http://www.innerbonding.com/welcome for a free Inner Bonding® course and join Dr. Margaret for her “Love Yourself” Course at http://www.innerbonding.com/show-page/224/love-yourself-a-30-day-inner-bonding-experience.html

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