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Wednesday, November 11, 2015

How To Select A Healthy Meal Replacement Shake - Especially for the Paleo Vegetarian

GMO Soy is not a Healthy Meal Replacement Shake

So let's start out with I believe to NOT be a healthy Paleo Vegetarian or Vegan meal replacement shake, or really a healthy choice for anyone. GMO or Isolated Soy protein are bad bad bad, and interfere with basic aspects of our own biochemistry. First among them are inhibitors that block trypsin and chymotrypsin, enzymes needed for protein digestion. They also contain haemagglutinin, which is a clot-promoting substance that causes red blood cells to clump together, and goitrogens that depress thyroid function. I know a lot of you have had problems with thyroid that I've worked with. Also gmo-soy protein has one of the highest phytate  levels out there. Non-GMO pea protein is far superior to this.

The process that these companies use to deplete the "dangerous" isoflavones from the soy is where they take the soybean slurry material after it's been processed with the solvent, and it's subjected to a centrifuging process to form a liquor that is subsequently pasteurized. Sugars and other small molecular weight components may optionally be removed from the liquor using membrane ultrafiltration or another separation technique to increase the protein content of the soy protein product. The resulting retentate from the membrane ultrafiltration process is subjected to an adsorption process in which isoflavones are removed by adsorption. The resulting isoflavones-depleted soy protein material is-pasteurized and then is optionally spray dried. Take a look at the patent and see why I have only one soy product I have ever recommended... EVER!

Since I know after the holidays a lot of us look for meal replacement shakes I wanted to make sure you have this information. So many people look at a shake and see, WOW... look at all of that protein, and comparably it may look like a better shake. That's not always the case. You need to consider the ingredients. GMO-Soy should not be one of them no matter if you are just vegan or paleo vegan (pegan). If you are going to use a whole foods shake with soy, which soy is on the Whole 30 Vegan shopping list, then make it cold-washed organic, very very minimally processed soy like the Complete Shake which is the shake that I use. I like it because it's just whole foods, and prebiotics, although many may not feel it's "paleo" enough. I drink this shake daily along with a trio of whole foods capsules that I dump into water and drink. Bridging the gap where I need nutrition with my B Vitamin mutations. It's the only soy I will ever recommend. So you've heard it, and we'll move on.

Barbara Christensen I Paleo Vegeo I Select A Healthy Paleo Vegan or Vegetarian Meal Replacement Shake
Also for you athletes, stay away from sugar because it will inhibit the building of building muscles. Some of these shakes that claim to be healthy have 10 or more grams of sugar (like the Isagenix shake), and yet not one sign of real fruit, just fructose. Fructose can be worse for your insulin resistance than corn syrup is. Shakes that are sweetened with items like stevia, Luo Han Guo, coconut nectar or actual real natural vanilla will make sure your workout is match with the nutrition and not structured by sugar.

My top choices of paleo meal replacement shakes, and why:

For those with any sort of major inability to detoxify, my first choice would be Mediclear SGS. This shake offers "enhanced liver support by adding sulforaphane glucosinolate (SGS) a natural substance from the seeds and sprouts of select broccoli varietals for effective up-regulation of the body's natural phase II detoxification enzymes". And for those with CFS, Autism, Fibromyalgia, MTHFR... I recommend a shake that will push your body to actually detoxify - maybe even for the first time in your life. Like many of the vegan shakes this one has a sprouted brown rice protein in the mix, and so if you don't tolerate rice, then this may not be the shake for you. It does really detox so make sure you are up to it before you go in for it.

Second up, and a little bit less money would be Pure Green Protein. Non-GMO protein from Pea, Rice, Spirulina and Alfalfa are joined with four free amino acids (Lysine, Methionine, Threonine and Valine). It comes in natural, vanilla, chocolate or mixed berry. It has all of the proteins, and it has amazing bio-availability.

My third favorite meal replacement shake is Shakeology. It has all of the great super food nutrition, digestive support, hormone balancing, and is really tasty.  {Unless you are using the Vegan formula I no longer recommend this after seeing the FAQ below buried deep on their site}

" For those customers who do not want vitamin/mineral fortification, the Shakeology vegan formulas are an option as they are not fortified with added levels of vitamins or minerals."

INVIGOR8 - Nutritional Shake & Organic Superfood I Paleo Vegeo I Meal Replacement Shake Fourth up is the undenatured whey products. There is the Action Whey Grass Pastured shake in vanilla or chocolate which is just undenatured whey,MCTs medium chain triglycerides from coconut oil, organic sweet whey, natural vanilla flavor, guar gum, sunflower seed lecithin, luo han guo juice concentrate, coconut oil powder and arabinogalactin extract. Boost the glutathione, but not as detoxifying and is vegetarian not vegan. Of course if you want just the undenatured whey and nothing more, get OnlyProtein Undenatured Whey. It is honestly just undenatured whey, nothing more and nothing less. Or if you want a full meal replacement shake go for the INVIGOR8 - Nutritional Shake & Organic Superfood. Comes in a triple chocolate brownie.. YUM! 100% Organic. 100% Natural. 100% Delicious! INVIGOR8's comprehensive + complete formula of 8 unique complexes include: Grass-Fed Whey Protein; Hormone-Free Colostrum; Balance of All 3 Essential Omega Fatty Acids from Chia + Flaxseed; Power-packed Greens from Kale, Spinach, Broccoli, Alfalfa, Chlorella; Plant Based Fiber to Keep Hunger at Bay; Clinically Tested Cognition Enhancers for Laser-Sharp Clarity; Natural Immunity Boosters to Support Your Fast-Paced Life; Restorative Digestive Aids to Increase Uptake of Nutrients; and the Perfect Balance of Dairy-Free Pre-Biotics & Pro-Biotics.

My husband uses plain old non-GMO pea protein. Just unflavored and unexciting. To the point. He's also the guy that just likes to lift heavy stuff, totally functional. It's very easy to digest, and so it makes it a good non-bloating morning shake. He uses the NOW brand most of the time. It's easy to pick up down the street on the way home. But my preference is  the PurePea or the PaleoMeal if you are looking for a good non-GMO pea protein. You get more of the detoxification support from PaleoMeal, but you get the pure stuff with no chemicals used in the processing. I know how important that is. You can even buy the Designs For Health (company that makes PaleoMeal and PurePea) 14 Day Detox Kit. This kit includes:
  • 1 - PaleoCleanse Powder
  • 1 - PurePea Vanilla Powder
  • 1 - Amino-D-Tox 90 capsules
  • 1 - Plant Enzymes Digestive Formula 90 capsules
  • 1 - 14 Day Detox/Cleanse Patient Guide
  • 1 - Blender bottle
  • 1 - Reusable bag made from recyclable materials
They've used a combination of carefully selected products and a methodical, step-by-step diet plan in their design in order to introduce people to a healthy cleansing process without having to commit to a longer regimen. It is ideal for those with busy schedules or anyone new to the concept of detoxification.

I also love hemp protein, but I'm one of those that doesn't mind the "green" flavor of it. I do admit I like the dark chocolate hemp protein more than the others, but it's better in a mix of other items, like a big green smoothie. Lots of blueberries and more.

Finally I can't forget the Boku Super Protein. I originally ordered it last year from OpenSky. I love that place, I have gotten coconut charcoal for bbq'ing in the summer, and so many other amazing sustainable items. It's amazing. Check it out of you haven't ever browsed their store. The Boku is made with organic, sprouted bio-fermented, whole grain brown rice protein, organic cranberry protein, organic red dulse, and it does have that very "ricey" texture, but it's got a nice flavor with the maple syrup. Not a good source for after lifting weights though for that very reason.

So there you have it... you know the shakes that have rotated through my pantry... usually there is at least one of the above in there. I rotate my protein here and there to keep my body from getting too used to one protein.

Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Challenge Compliant Blueberry Chia Coconut Applesauce Breakfast Muffins Oh My I Nourished In 30

Blueberry Chia Coconut Applesauce Breakfast Muffins Oh My!! 

Challenge Compliant Blueberry Chia Coconut Applesauce Breakfast Muffins Oh My I Nourished In 30 I Paleo Vegeo
I am on day two of the challenge and really needed something carb-like for some reason. To the rescue with the Nutiva Coconut Flour, which is now available at Costco. I will tell you it was worth going there on Sunday and the madhouse that it is in order to get my coconut flour. These muffins were so delicious. I know that a lot of folks have a fear of cooking with coconut flour because it can be very dry, but adding in the applesauce instead of honey was the right trick to keep the moisture. I may try this again at a different temperature and see if they come out any different.

When I do I'll make sure to update this post. 

Blueberry Chia Coconut Applesauce Breakfast Muffins (modified from Nutiva's Coconut Flour bag)

3/4 Cup Nutiva Organic Coconut flour 
1/4 Cup Sunfood Sacha Inchi Protein Flour (Can sub all coconut flour)
1/2 Tsp Himalayan Salt
1 tsp Baking Soda
1/2 cup + 2 tbsp Unsweetened Organic Applesauce
3/4 cup Organic Unsweetened Coconut Milk 
5 Jumbo Pastured Eggs (or 6 Large)
4 Tbsp Organic Coconut Oil
4 Tsp Pure Vanilla Extract (corn-free) 
4 Tbsp Chia Seeds
1 Cup Organic Fresh Blueberries

Barbara Christensen I Challenge Compliant Blueberry Chia Coconut Applesauce Breakfast Muffins Oh My I Nourished In 30 I Paleo Vegeo RecipeDirections: 
1. Preheat over to 350 degrees 
2. Mix the two flours, add in salt and baking soda
3. Add in applesauce, chia seeds, coconut milk, coconut oil and vanilla extract and mix well. At this point it will a little bit like a bread dough. 
4. Mix in eggs and blend well. With Pastured eggs your batter will now look very yellow, which is awesome. 
5. Blend in your fresh blueberries. 
6. I filled 12 parchment baking cups with the mixture and baked for 35 minutes until cooked through. Remove from the baking tray when you pull out of the oven to keep the muffins from continuing to bake.
7. Cool and enjoy!

These were very moist, and I really could have devoured quite a few but I kept myself to just one knowing that I can have another tomorrow. 

Monday, November 2, 2015

Barbara Christensen, Holistic Life Coach and Sports Nutritionist I Older Video to share

Thought I would share an oldie but a goodie with you all today... a "story telling" session with my dear friend, Heidi, several years ago.

I was a little orange, LOL!! Post vacation to Utah I am sure! What is it about that place that brings out the big hair, spray tan in me? No idea.

Thursday, September 17, 2015

How To Easily Start Composting

How To Easily Start Composting

Last year I bought an indoor kitchen composter from Drugstore.com and EcoSafe Plastics. A great way to take the “yuk” out of composting food scraps. This small, convenient kitchen composter is the perfect shape to accommodate plate-scraping, has a snap-latch lid to keep odors in, is dishwasher safe for cleaning, and even a handle for easy carrying to your compost bin. Get this + EcoSafe bags – and you’re all set! I bought the composter and bags thinking it would be easier to keep clean. Now this great 2 gallon composter is just sitting on my kitchen counter, without a smell even though it’s filled with the last week of scraps out of my kitchen.
Another reason I choose this product is that the company is involved with the new Seattle Food Waste Collection Project which I think is something every community should do. There are just so many things that Seattle is doing right, I love most of the directions that this great “emerald” green city is taking. Seattle’s food and yard waste collection service reduces garbage, saves landfill space, and reduces landfill methane (a potent greenhouse gas). The collected materials are processed into compost and used on local parks and gardens. Did you know that over 25% of the greenhouse gases produced by the United States comes from food waste landfill methane? So by doing a small thing like composting you can make a cheap difference in the world. And the great thing is that if you live in Seattle, and you have an urban farm, you can opt out of the city compost project and just compost for your own plants.
So after buying my little kitchen I wanted to get the larger outdoor compost unit, but they are expensive. After a little research I found a new fun blog, The Frugal Girl. Now that’s my kind of girl! She has a great post on a lovely frugal $6.00 outdoor large composter created by using a drill and a rubbermaid container.It may seem odd, but that was the best composter, for the least amount of money you could make. The compost was better than you could have ever imagined - and the soil that came out of it was used to create an amazing garden. Don't just think that you can't find budget solutions to living a healthier, more eco-friendly  life. 

Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Banana WAVSmart Vanilla Protein Pancakes

Banana WheySmart Vanilla Protein Pancakes

Ocean Avenue WheySmart Protein PancakesA lot of my friends crave pancakes, and so this is a great recipe I had gotten off the bodybuilding website back in September that I shared with them.

Banana Vanilla Protein Pancakes:


1 small Banana
1 small (120g) cooked Sweet Potato
1/2 cup of Pastured Egg Whites 
1/2 cup of Ocean Avenue WAVSmart undenatured whey (or if you are following the W30 and using Soy, use the cold washed soy Complete protein
1 tsp coconut oil
  1. Blend all ingredients for 2-3 minutes.
  2. Place coconut oil in pan and heat on medium heat.
  3. Pour batter onto pan in small circles.
  4. When bubbles form, flip over.
You could also try my modified Blogilates Protein Pancake recipe:

- 1 tbs flax meal
- 1 scoop of either Ocean Avenue WheySmart or WheyBeyond Protein (or if you are following the W30 and using Soy, use the cold washed soy Complete protein
- 1 whole pastured egg
- 1/4-1/3 cup water (or almond or flax milk)

(She also has one that uses 1/2 cup of water and 3 chopped strawberries)
1. Mix all in a bowl
2. Add coconut oil to pan and warm, make sure it’s on medium heat.
3. Pour a single pancake (or more if you have a big pan) on to pan or grill
3. Flip when no longer runny (wait about 30-40 sec) and Enjoy!

Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Let's compare the T30 and the W30

Most of us know what the W30 is. 

The Whole 30 is a program where you eliminate gluten, dairy, soy, corn, peanuts, sugar and processed foods and eat very clean paleo for thirty days. The idea is to get back to eating real food. They say no to pancakes, smoothies, protein powders, pizza or anything that they call food that are like having " sex with your pants on". SWYPO is the biggest push back I get in my Paleo Vegeo group because people don't agree with using any supplementation. However most of us that are eating in a paleo vegan or vegetarian manner have to address the large elephant in the room, which is we need supplementation. 

Let's compare the T30 and the W30 I Whole 30 Vegan Shopping ListPeople always say they can't do the whole 30 as a vegetarian or as a vegan... and I've one it... and this is the whole 30 list for vegan/vegetarian with my allergies all crossed off. So no excuses.

Here is a look at the recommendations for supplementation for vegans by the Vegan RD

All vegans:Vitamin B12. You can’t get enough by eating unwashed organic produce or mushrooms grown in B12-rich soil. The recommended dose is 25 to 100 micrograms per day or 1,000 micrograms 2-3 times per week. If you have not been taking B12 for a while, start out with 2,000 micrograms daily for several weeks. Or get a blood test to see where you are and whether you might need a more therapeutic dose.
Most vegans:Vitamin D. If you live where it’s sunny and warm all year and you spend time outdoors without sunscreen, you can make enough. The rest of us need a supplement or fortified foods (just like omnivores do) supplying 1,000 I.U.s of vitamin D. (This amount is well above the RDA for vitamin D but most experts think it’s warranted. {I was taking 10,000 units at one time, and now take 5,000 because we just don't get the natural vitamin D here in the Seattle area} 
Iodine. Omnivores get most of their iodine from dairy products, which pick up iodine from solutions used to clean cows and equipment on dairy farms. Vegans who regularly eat sea vegetables may get enough, but the content varies a lot as it does for sea salt and other “natural” salts. {Yesterday in my group I shared some information on the toxins in some packaged sea vegetables} Miso, which some vegans prefer to use in place of salt—because it’s a whole food—is not usually a good source of iodine. The only reliable sources are iodized salt or a supplement providing around 90 micrograms per day.
Some vegans:Calcium. We don’t know if vegans have lower needs, but the old “low protein diets reduce calcium needs” theory has taken some real hits in the past years. Based on current understanding–which is admittedly pretty poor–we vegans should strive for the RDA. Our ancestors didn’t drink milk and got all the calcium they needed from wild greens. And even though modern cultivated greens have less, we could get enough calcium just from these foods, too. But the recommendation to eat four or more cups of cooked greens per day makes veganism a hard sell. Without fortified foods, many vegans fall short on calcium. (So do most omnivores; the food industry doesn’t fortify orange juice or instant oatmeal with calcium as a favor to vegans. Those foods are marketed to omnivore women.)
Iron. Young women with heavy periods may have a tough time keeping up with iron needs, and again, this is not a problem that is specific to vegans. Rates of iron deficiency anemia are actually very high among pre-menopausal omnivore women. It can help to take a low dose supplement (high doses can be hard on the stomach) with orange juice to boost absorption, or to include some fortified foods in the diet. There is some evidence that taking supplements of the amino acid L-lysine boosts absorption of supplemental iron.
Possible supplement requirementsDHA: 200 to 300 mg several times a week. It may be a good idea, but we don’t know for sure. I take this amount almost daily and would recommend it in particular for anyone who is prone to depression.
Sound like a lot of supplements? Well, here is some perspective: Omnivores get their vitamin D from fortified foods (cow’s milk is not a natural source of this nutrient) and their iodine from accidental contamination of dairy foods. Many omnivores—women especially—depend on supplements to meet calcium and iron needs. And the Institute of Medicine recommends that everyone over the age of 50 should add vitamin B12 supplements or fortified foods to their diet since it becomes increasingly difficult to digest and absorb the vitamin B12 in animal foods with aging.
SO what about my own Paleo Vegeo supplementation? 

I take a whole foods supplement (6 capsules daily, and 2 daily for my daughter) for my A, C, E and Folate. I also supplement with Vitamin D, Iron, Magnesium, Calcium, DHA, Kelp, Methylated B12 and Probiotics (both supplemental and in food). So ... do you supplement or do you think you get enough in your food? 

You know that I have to add the little disclaimer on the website, but I am certified in personal nutrition, and am now working on my advanced degree. So I have seen the way that nutrition impacts us, and our children. Women's nutrition is one of the most important areas that I see lacking, especially because either women don't take any supplementation until they are pregnant, can't stomach the synthetics, or eat primarily poor quality foods before, during and after pregnancy. Or they suffer from fertility issues that are often complicated from the chemicals they use in their home, and the ones they are eating.

Then we take these babes and we give them a non-nutritional formula, or packaged, gmo foods. Did you know that babies to 3 years are best left to good complex carbohydrates and not starchy pastas? Yet it's there in the "entry to food" prepacked items.

Nutrition should start early with real whole foods after six months of nursing minimum, and for most of us supplemented as needed, and for even my family it's needed.

Let's compare the T30 and the W30

Now what about the comparison to the T30. The Transform 30 is eliminates gluten, dairy, meat, processed foods. It has you drinking 3 liters of water daily, getting eight hours of sleep, drinking two shakes per day, and eating real whole vegan foods for your other meals as well as supplementing with their whole foods capsules. The shake is not aligned to those that are focused in on the paleo vision of non-soy. However, the Whole 30 allows for the right type of soy for vegans. Did you know that? And the T30 shake is an organic, non-gmo cold washed soy and tofu protein with other proteins as well. It also has chickpea, pea and rice proteins (rice is making a paleo comeback due to it's resistant starch and probiotic nature) a sprout blend and pumpkin, pomegranate, spirulina, mushroom extract and digestive enzymes. For a lot of people dealing with PCOS issues we are told to move to paleo. Meat is often a bodybuilder staple to raise the testosterone levels, so I think that diving into all meat isn't always going to be the PCOS answer. That being said, if you struggle with fertility, the capsules are going to be exactly what you need, but the shake maybe not. It will balance out those insulin spikes, but it won't increase fertility. You may also want to look at the 22 Days protein shakes, although it is just protein and you still need to add to it for a meal replacement shake. It's all something to think about, right? 

How have I done with the T30?

Well this has been life changing for my family... and I would love to share it with you! In 30 days, my husband has been able to see great changes. I can't wait to share his next 30 days.

Of course real food-based nutrition in a vitamin format has been really helpful for me. I think with the methylation issues I have, I really wasn't getting the nutrients I needed. I call it the farmer's market in a capsule! Unlike common multivitamins that you've heard me talk about and that only deliver fillers, chemicals and less than active nutrients, these deliver actual food-based nutrients that are organic and pure, making them impressively bioavailable and easy to digest. They're all completely non-GMO, gluten-free, soy-free, dairy-free, low heavy metals verified and completely free of pesticides and herbicides. All food should be made this way! Labels and ALL!!

Before I go on, let me be clear about something. The best source of nutrition is the real, organic, fresh foods that you buy at your local market or farm. No supplement, no matter how amazing, can replace real, fresh foods and superfoods that you grow in your own garden or aquaponic system. So we do get a lot of fresh foods, and the shakes and capsules are a good support tool. 

In 120 days I have seen big strides in my own progress as well. And after the last 24 months I really wasn't sure I was every going to see any changes... but thankfully I am on the journey back to where my body is at it's healthiest. So the question is, what is stopping you from deciding you are ready to change? 

Let's compare the T30 and the W30 I Female Results on the Transform 120

Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Banana Nut Protein Muffins

If you love protein drinks, but hate all the chemicals, fillers, and artificial ingredients found in most powders, then you'll be super excited to hear that ALOHA has a new and improved organic, vegan protein powder made with thoughtfully sourced protein from plants, including hemp seeds, pumpkin seeds, and peas. ALOHA leaves out all those unhealthy, unnatural ingredients that are common in most protein powders in order to give us the purest protein possible.

All 18g of protein in ALOHA Protein are derived from organic sources and is the cleanest, purest real-food protein powder on the market. Enjoy as a meal replacement or as a part of a meal or snack. For example, here's a healthy spin on the classic banana nut muffin using ALOHA Protein. It's not only delicious, it's also low in carbohydrates and calories.

This quick and easy recipe makes about 16 muffins—make a batch for grab-and-go breakfasts all week!

  • 2 cups almond meal flour (or tigernut flour)
  • 1 1/2 tsp baking soda
  • 1/2 tsp Himalayan salt
  • 2 scoops ALOHA Chocolate Protein (or your choice of vegan protein powders) 
  • 3 ripe bananas
  • 2 cage-free eggs (or vegan alternative)
  • 1/2 cup Coconut Greek yogurt
  • 1/2 cup coconut (melted) or tigernut oil
  • 1/3 cup of chopped raw walnuts

Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Spray a muffin tin with non-stick cooking spray or fill with muffin wrappers. In a large mixing bowl mash the bananas with a fork or whatever works. Mix in the eggs, yogurt, and coconut oil. Stir vigorously for about two minutes, or until the mixture is smooth. In a separate bowl combine the drying ingredients. Make sure there are no lumps. Add dry ingredients to banana mixture and stir until dry and wet ingredients are well mixed.

Scoop the batter into the prepared muffin tins. Top with the chopped walnuts. Bake for about 20 to 25 minutes or until a toothpick comes out clean.

Cool for five minutes then remove to a wire rack to finish cooling. 
There are tons of recipe ideas over on the ALOHA blog, like this cauliflower deep dish breakfast pizza, so make sure you check it out.

**This post contains affiliate links and I will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on my links. 

Saturday, August 1, 2015

The Alcohol and ADD Connection to GABA I On Tuesday We Talk I The Barbara Christensen VlogCast

The Alcohol and ADD Connection

Me and my Dad I The Alcohol and ADD Connection to GABA I On Tuesday We Talk I The Barbara Christensen VlogCast Coming from a family with two very long lines of alcoholism, depression, anxiety, Alzheimers, attention disorders, suicide and a long list of low serotonin associated disorders, as I am learning more about amino acids and their role in our bodies and brains, I am learn more about myself and my immediate family. I look at this photo of my dad, myself and my little sister, and it's striking that I was hiding, and playing the passive mommy role already. Even then I was allowing myself to be put into that codependent role, and it plagued me for decades. 

For a long time I was very reactively angry at my dad. My father passed over two decades ago several months before I met my husband. But he was the key factor that created the caregiver, codependent person that I became in life. As I learn more about our internal systems, I am starting to forgive and understand him, as well as the others in my family that have had the same demons to overcome. Here's hoping that the learning process continues as today I talk about GABA, the amino acid l-glutatmine, anxiety, low serotonin, ADD/ADHD and alcoholism. As always, Live Your Truth!

You can get amino acid testing from your doctor or I recommend True Health Labs