My truth about diet tea in general…If you’re looking for a major body shift no tea alone will make you lose all your belly fat on their own. Diet teas are flooding IG & other platforms and while they can help a little bit, please know nothing’s gonna give you a miraculous quick fix…On the plus side for the teas, the one I tried is all natural plant based stuff like dandelion, licorice root & senna leaf.
Senna leaf in diet tea is the same ‘make you run to the loo’ ingredient your grandparents use in Senecot, which you can get for a fraction of the price drugstore, if laxatives are your thing, but let’s face it they probably shouldn’t be…
My other issue is the price you can easily get comparable diet teas at overpriced Whole Foods and still save a ton of dosh over some of the current popular brands.
The cleanse packets can help you with a bit of bloat as in it will make you go to the loo, but you don’t wanna overuse them as that makes muscles lazy, making it harder to go without the teas, most companies will tell you not to overuse products, so that’s good.
If you want a flat stomach.. and mine is totally not right now, you can try what I’m doing…Start a daily walk or exercise, cut out foods that inflame your system. Only you know which ones really make your particular body feel like crap, use your intuition and cut out stuff that’s dragging you down. I honestly don’t eat many prepacked processed foods at all and I find my body works more efficiently, and I don’t eat dairy, or meat.
And after you do that sort of thing maybe also use a tea once in a while if you’re clogged up and eat some fiber in the form of vegetables too. Veg fiber feeds the good bacteria in the colon as well as gets you moving as well or better than any tea.
Did you know you can grow your very own veg & flowers in a small box garden or bucket on the fire escape w/ something called ‘seeds’?!
Most people have never ever grown anything from seed and don’t know many flowers and some vegetables are super easy to grow. Collards, kale etc for example are ridiculously easy… And growing your own can save you dosh, moola, dinero! This can be done all year round in small spaces, even indoors!
The benefit to growing your own heirloom seeds ( taste filled non gmo seeds, the kind your grandparents and ancestors grew up with) means no nasty pesticides or flavorless but pretty produce.
Recently I was sent the most adorable organic heirloom veg & wild flower seed kits by Ecofarms Organic, the kits are uber kid friendly with the cutest drawings and clear growing directions. I think something like this would make a great educational activity based gift for kids of all ages.
I’m planting the wild flower kit they offer this week in pota on the blacony! Below is their veg kit, check it out.
Get in touch w/ what food is & where it comes from! 😀🌞🍋🍓💦
Join my class! if you’re in the LA area next weekend July 24th why not join my Healthy body, Healthy Spirit workshop at the House of Intuition, Los Angeles.
“Food is a spell or prayer for your body!”
www.HouseOfIntuitionla.com 213 413 8300 to book by phone.
Healing through spiritual nutrition, fueling the body to nourish the spirit workshop with Rachel True
The focus will be on repairing the body on a cellular level through nutritional alchemy and its direct connection to accessing unknown depths of spiritual awareness.
It’s easier to manifest magic when body and spirit are in harmony. Integrating spiritual nutrition with our holistic life practices helps our life journey.
There is a symbiotic relationship between the energy we put into our physical healing and spiritual growth, and how we nourish our spiritual vessel.
We’ll use intuition to tap into what parts of our body are asking to be nourished, focusing on foods healing effect on the body, mind, and soul.
Food choices influence mood, emotions and feelings… And feelings feed spiritual nourishment. In our American society easy to fix hormone imbalances and vitamin deficiencies are quite often mistaken for depression. We’ll discuss foods that may help far more efficiently and benignly than pharmaceuticals.
We’ll delve into eating with an awareness of the living energy of food and its connection to our spiritual practice, and how to identify foods to make you vibrate higher.
We’ll create a magical foods list, incorporating the alchemy of combining foods for higher consciousness.
Will include a few written exercises and a healing meditation.
*(this class is not about gaining or losing weight, eating or not eating meat etc ~unless you want to~… this class is about finding what your particular system needs to work at peak optimal form for mental clarity and spiritual alignment ; )
This class is about how to feel good in your body naturally at any age and how to stay connected to spirit through spiritual nutrition, hope you’ll join us! xx Rachel
Thank you for all the amazing generous comments on IG & Twitter. Since then people have asked if there’s a secret trick to looking younger than our actual years, but… Feeling good in your body at any age is more my aesthetic.
I’ve said in earlier posts after dealing with fibroids and the underlying conditions, including a hormone imbalance that had plagued me pretty much my entire life, I pulled my health together, and it was a long uphill slog and a half, at my age, but so worth it.
One of the side effects of nourishing the body on a cellular level with whole foods, pumping oxygen in muscles from exercise, and not smoking is ‘younger’ looking muscles and skin. In other words, looking younger can be a side effect of healthy living.
People could save a ton on Botox etc if they’d lay off smoking and pills, if only for vanities sake.
My body has less aches and pains if I eat right. My mind is less moody if I eat right…. So for me, worth it.
Stop back for my next post, on why i think ‘all foods in moderation’ doesn’t work for some of us emotional over eaters.
Some nutrient void processed foods have addicting qualities. we gorge not because we’re gluttonous or weak but because they’re salt sugar and fat bombs… that’s the holy trinity, a combo that’s almost impossible to resist.
I really like the book Salt Sugar Fat: How the Food Giants Hooked Us. It breaks this topic down in a fascinating way, reads like a thriller. Super helpful to see how manipulated we are by adverts and seduced by ‘food products’ masquerading as food.
The Skinny on Omega-3 Fatty Acids
Lately more and more sites are highlighting the negative side affects of sugar and how we were in fact terribly terribly wrong with the whole fat free sugarfied Snackwell-y snacks of the 80’s and 90’s.
Lots of sites are practically declaring fat our new lord and savior and in some ways this is true. Fatty acids make up 80% of the weight of the brain and are necessary to maintain healthy cell membranes. The cell walls are made up to a large degree of lipids that need lipids on a daily basis. The brain needs fat to work at max potential.
Fats are great for healthy skin and hair, any time I cut out all fats, I do lose a bit of weight, but I’m never happy with how unplump my skin looks and frizzy my hair becomes. That’s why I recently added in an omega-3 supplement, more on the one I like at end of this post. Btw fish oils lower levels of fat in the blood Fish oils lower levels of fat in the blood which may help decrease strokes and heart attacks. It’s so effective there’s a high priced pharma version.
The main essential fatty acids in the human diet are omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids. Omega-3 fatty acids can be found in fish oil & certain plant and nut oils, while omega-6 fatty acids can be found in palm, soybean, rapeseed, and sunflower oils. Omega-9 fatty acids, which are not considered essential, can be found in animal fat and olive oil.
Fish oil contains two omega-3 fatty acids called docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA). Some nuts, seeds, and vegetable oils contain alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), which may be converted to DHA and EPA in the body.
Back in paleo times humans ate pretty equal ratios of Omega 3 to Omega-6. Our bodies were strong and lean. Unfortunately our American diet contains an imbalance of mostly Omega 6 fatty acids.
That means for every 1 portion of Omega-3’s in our diet, we eat 16 portions of not as beneficial Omega6’s. That’s all the fried yummy stuff Americans live on.
Back to fat in general for a moment- I see paleo recipe after recipe online of coconut & nut meal snacks touted as weight lose aids. They’re not they’re yummy desserts… but not diet aids.
I know this because I LOVE nuts & seeds, but anytime I eat more that a handful, like say half or the whole Trader Joe’s bag, I put on weight immediately. if you can eat all the nuts you like without gaining lbs., You’re a lucky mo’ fracker, my friend!
Btw, The cattle industry has played a big part in decreased omega-3 and increased the omega-6 content. The ripple effect of grain-feeding cattle. Meat raised on grass has a lower level of not so great omega-6, so if you do eat meat and can afford it, but grass fed!
How to get more Omega3’s in your life
I never eat meat, though I follow a primarily vegan diet, I do occasionally eat fish when I feel my body needs it, but not enough to really reap the omega-3 benefits. So I’ve started taking Intelligent labs Ultra Pure Omega3.
I like these Omegas because of the level of purity, they’re sourced from a “Friends of the Sea” certified supplier, using wild caught Mackerel, Anchovy and Sardine from Antarctic and there are no artificial additives. this is important as fish & the ocean have a lot of pollutants you wouldn’t want to consume and they have higher levels of DHA & EPA, that’s the good stuff.
I also like these a lot because they’re easy to swallow & don’t give a fishy after taste like some fish oils do…
A supplement with a pedigree is important, a lot of over the counter supplements don’t test for purity and sometimes aren’t what they claim. Btw, each serving has a 1224mg of EPA and 816mg of DHA.
I was never big on supplements in general until the last few years when I started thinking about preventative medicine. I try to get the nutrients I need from food, but sometimes that’s not possible. I’ve incorporated Omega-3, vitamin D, wheat grass, and beet powder in supplement form, and I’m really pleased with the results.
Please remember to check with your doctor before adding supplements and to follow the recommended dosage. Taking more can have side affects and not taking enough wastes your hard earned dosh.
I’m going to feature a VEGAN source of Omega3’s soon, so check back! Rachel
On and on it goes…
I’m excited to announce True Heart Tarot’s ‘Developing Your Tarot Intuition’ online live video class! I hope to expand your understanding of card archetypes and help you develop and connect to your own intuitive nature through tarot.
This will be a very small class with so everyone has a chance to participate. We will be discussing the major & minor arcana, I will be doing some readings for the class, as well. Participants will each do a one card reading, so having your own deck will be helpful. If you don’t have your own deck I will pull a card for you, as well, we will discuss your practice and goals with tarot. Some experience with tarot will be helpful, newbies are always welcome! As tarot has been a passion for most of my life, I’m pleased to be able to share this knowledge with you!
For more on my Tarot practice please check out TrueHeartTarot.com This online live video event will take place on google hangouts, I look forward to connecting with you! Rachel True
Can’t believe it’s May… I think I’ll go for a walk outside now, the summer sun’s calling my name… (but first…)
Why the powders? They’re handy & prepared in a way that protects the nutritional value, great for on the run or traveling.
How to get veg on? Trick yourself! Much like a small child texture is super important to me when it comes to eating. I have no idea why I can eat a pound of thinly sliced jicama but I get bored with and won’t eat more than a few thick slices. So I must trick myself on a regular basis by slicing things extra extra thin.
I’m crap at slicing things by hand, my mandoline scares the night of the living dead out of me because fingers, and handheld spiralizers are difficult for me to turn, my solution is one of those spiralizers.
I was sent the Brieftons Vertico Spiralizer ( thanks, Brieftons!)
I really like the vertical aspect of the Brieftons as it’s using gravity to your advantage. I found this sooo much easier than vertical designs as the veg stayed put. I love making thin spiral slices of beets, yams, or tarrow root and throwing them on the grill or in the oven for a fast cook, skip the oil because they still taste great!
If you do use oil don’t use olive! It’s delicious, It’s one of my fav oils but it has a low smoke point, find one with a high cooking point.
Heating oils above certain temperature points turns it rancid and releases a whole bunch of nasty stuff like free radicals which sound like a 90’s band but aren’t, they corrupt our cells and that in turn ages us from the inside out. No bueno.
Back to getting your veg on… If you’ve never loved a certain veg you’re probably not going to completely change your tune spiralizer or not,so don’t start with that one, try one you already kinda sorta lie. I’ve noticed a pleasing texture means salads are gobbled down not around the plate.
Try inviting friends over & tell them all to bring a different veg & get to spiralizing. If you’re on a budget try a spiralizer out at a friends house first, to see if it’s worth the investment! Rachel
happy 20th to The Craft, thanks for still liking it and for all the twitter love! Below is a video interview with Director Andy Fleming, producer Doug Wick and me for Hitfix.com xx Rachel
Gut bacteria article are popping up all over so I decided to go down the info rabbit hole to better understand what it all means…
What if by fixing your gut, you could fix your mind?
I learned so much cool stuff that I wanted to parse together from a layman’s point of view, the more striking info because it’s game changing, almost alchemical stuff.
“Super wow, consider my mind blown by the awesomeness that is science!”
Through advancements in Enteric Neuroscience, which is basically the study of the Enteric Nervous System and how gut bacteria affects our biology, we’re finally learning more about the brain. A rather clever doctor at the top of his field once told me that the medical world only knows about 10% of what’s happening in the body and even less in the brain so I’ll take my breakthroughs were I can.
“Meet your 2nd brain, The Enteric Nervous System”
If you’re like me you remember zero, zip, nada about the The Enteric Nervous System from school; It’s a network of neurons running from your esophagus to your tale bone that meshes out through the gut tissue, it can operate autonomously and oddly, wasn’t discovered until mid 19th century.
“It’s the original nervous system, the one we crawled out of primordial ooze with that might’ve involved into the brain”
The Enteric nerve system connects to the brain by way of the Vagus nerve and research shows that Vagus nerve stimuli can drive obsessive eating as well as allow women with complete spinal cord injuries to experience orgasms, so don’t under estimate its power.
Theories will certainly change as new discoveries are revealed, but for now the good news is with any luck the personalized medical care revolution we hoped for in the wake of gene therapy innovations in the 90’s might finally come to fruition by way of your gut and new insight into the ENS.
“Someday you might sip down a designed just for you bacterial cocktail, and that’s a great thing!”
Nothing new under the sun
In 1910 Doctor George Porter Phillips reported that live bacteria introduced through whey to patients dealing with ‘Melancholia’ reported a marked improvement in mood. His study was further backed up in 1923 when doctors found bacteria treatment helpful in the aid of psychosis.
Studies have long shown a connection between patients who suffer from depression and anxiety to gastrointestinal problems, now the connection becomes less opaque.
Serotonin is a neurotransmitter that among other things regulates, your ability to feel good. Serotonin producing cells form early in the development of the enteric nervous system. Trauma, say in the form of early gut infection, intense stress could possibly lead to ailments down the road like irritable bowl syndrome. A recent study showed 87 of 100 IBS subjects had antibodies that killed off of neurons in the gut. (Journal of Neurogastroenterology and Motility, vol 18, p 78)
“Most people think Serotonin is produced in the brain, but did you know 90% of it is produced & resides in your gut?”
According to this Caltech study an estimated 90% of serotonin is made in the digestive tract and specific bacteria are critical for its production. It can’t be produced without Tryptophan, and get this, our body doesn’t make any, it must be obtained from food or supplements. Round up spray, a common pesticide, interrupts the pathway in the plant cell that makes tryptophan and messes with the soils ecosystem.
“You begin to see how in one of the richest countries on the planet it’s so very easy to feel terrible in mind and body”
1 in 10 Americans are on SSRI’s, Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors and that number climbing steadily. According to a report published by the Journal of the American Medical Association, from 1999 to 2012 the percentage of Americans on antidepressants increased from 6.8% to 13%, While another study highlights that 69% of antidepressant users never met criteria for major depressive disorder.
From Scientific American– more and more doctors are prescribing antidepressants to treat non psychological conditions, this is troubling to me because for some of these issues the meds are a temporary bandage, not a cure. Some off-label uses of SSRIs include:
- Abuse and dependence
- ADHD (in children and adolescents)
- Anxiety disorders
- Autism (in children)
- Bipolar disorder
- Eating disorders
- Neuropathic pain
- Obsessive-compulsive disorder
- Premenstrual dysphoric disorder
- Deficits caused by stroke
- Diabetic neuropathy
- Hot flashes
- Irritable bowel syndrome
- Neurocardiogenic syncope (fainting)
- Panic disorder
- Post-traumatic stress disorder
- Premature ejaculation
That’s a lot of things an SSRI can fix, huh? Pill companies must be thrilled to have such a convenient cure on their hands.
Obviously many people on ssri meds benefit from them and see vast improvement to their quality of life. We’ve probably all seen this to be true of ourselves, or family members who stabilized after finding the right med combo, but what if a fair sized percentage of current and new users are dealing with gut troubles manifesting as depression?
“We know antibiotics wipe out gut bacteria, now we’re finding antidepressants also wipe out gut bacteria”
The very medicine taken to feel better could be wiping away healthy gut bacteria and with it, any chance of getting better. This study also noted weight gain was the norm for the mice, as they also suffered a 16% less efficacy rate in burning calories while on a specific antidepressant.
So now you’re overweight, still depressed, and probably experiencing anxiety as adrenaline produced in response to stress can cause an outgrowth of undesirable bacteria. Your doctor then might up your meds, switch you over to another ssri, or maybe add in an anti psychotic to balance you out, never thinking to suggest you take a probiotic, get a hormone panel or start eating more prebiotic foods.
“The chances of the average Western trained doctor suggesting a diagnostic hormone panel or a course of probiotics to cure the blues is low to none”
When the medical, psychiatric and pharmaceutical industry treat psychological conditions with meds that target brain chemistry as well as gut microbes maybe we’ll see improvements.
“There’s slim chance of producing a balanced body ecosystem living in a nutritional desert. “
Gut Microbial Therapy
I found a most edifying lecture by Dr. Simon Carding Leader of the Gut Health and Food Safety Research Program at the Institute of Food Research and Norwich Medical School titled, ‘Fix Your Gut, Fix Your Brain’, which further backs up that gut microbes influence when, what and how often we eat.
Fix your gut, Fix your brain!
Bacteria changes introduced to ‘normal’ weight mice made them gain weight without a calorie increase, just as different strains introduced into the gut of obese mice gave them the ability to eat high fat and not gain weight.
“Gut bacteria in newborns is affected by delivery method with c-sections getting microbiota from the delivery team”
Gut bacteria in newborns is affected by delivery method C-section babies bacteria diversity comes more from the delivery team than the mother. This is why vaginal bacteria transplants are a thing.
Let’s say you’re a bottle, not breast fed C section baby who primarily ate a standard American diet in early childhood, you’re not colonizing the kind of bacteria that help stabilize things like your immunity system, weight or mood, and with that, the ability to fend off future chronic illnesses becomes tricky.
If your system is severely compromised with bad bacteria, specifically Clostridium difficile, or C. diff. which can over-populate the colon, you can die. In these severe cases a Fecal Microbiota Transplant (FMT) can be performed. Fecal matter, that’s your poo, is collected from a donor, mixed with a saline or other solution, strained, then placed in a sick patient, via the colon or sometimes the nasal passage. Once good bacteria levels are restored, patients return to health.
“A gob of strangers poop up your nose could save your life”
Highly effective, thoroughly gross, but in the end animals playing with pack mates poo might be natures way of spreading good bacteria around. Maybe your dog sniffs another dogs butt to determine the health of the newly encountered animal.
Not all donor fecal matter is equal, so who you get your bacteria from matters. A mother with no weight issues received a FMT transplant from her overweight daughter. The daughter went on to become obese, the mother eventually also became obese. The daughter passed on all her bacteria, the good and the not so good.
Sterile mice bred to have no gut bacteria craved sweets, mice with healthy gut bacteria did not. Mice with a certain diversity of microbia digested foods efficiently, remained trim but when gut diversity was reduced, unchecked stress hormone levels went up and the mice sought out fatty foods, and then burned those calories at a slower pace.
Brain scans of human subjects with fatty acids injected directly into the gut showed a lower response to pictures and music designed to make them feel sad than those given a placebo. Subjects also reported feeling only about half as sad as the placebo group. (The Journal of Clinical Investigation, vol 121, p 3094).
Ghrelin, known as the hunger hormone, is released when we feel stress, most likely this is left over from fight or flight responses. In 2011 Jeffrey Zigman at UT Southwestern Medical Center reported that mice exposed to chronic stress sought out fatty food, but those genetically engineered to be unable to respond to Ghrelin did not (The Journal of Clinical Investigation, vol 121, p 2684).
Zigman notes that in our modern world, with freely available high-fat food, the result of chronic stress or depression can be chronically elevated ghrelin – and obesity.
“It may turn out some of us crave fatty greasy foods for their sedating properties, rather than a desire to over eat unhealthy foods or lack of will power”
Restoring gut balance could possibly lead to a decrease in food cravings, less fat on the body, less hormonal issues. It’s also becoming clear there’s a connection between gut inflammation and some cancers as intestinal inflammation targets cancer-inducing activity of the microbiota.
One of the thing you can do to address body inflammation is pump up prebiotic foods, and cut out some of the nutrient devoid processed crap that confuse the gut.
Prebiotic foods help populate your gut with healthy bacteria. Cruciferous vegetables are a great source These include-
- Collard greens
- Dandelion Greens
- Bok choy
- Brussels sprouts
And similar leafy greens. Raw veg contains higher levels of what you’re after, cooked is better than not at all. Folks who have medical conditions that make eating these foods difficult should consult a doctor and go slow with introducing new foods.
These foods are high in fiber something good bacteria thrives on. The standard American diet is super low in fiber so some people might need to add a probiotic to aid in digestion. A study showed in mice who had fiber removed from their diet for a little as 7 weeks suffered a 60% drop of the local gut flora, this remained low even after the mice returned to high-fiber meals.
This is where taking a quality probiotic comes in handy. Probiotics are live beneficial bacteria readily be found in certain yogurt and kefir products as well as pill and liquid form. The FDA regulates probiotics as foods, not medications so this makes it harder for you to know if you’re getting a quality product There are tons on the market so it’s important to find one with a diversity of cultures, say 30 or more different strains of microbiota as opposed to 5, and one with the ability to stay alive through the stomachs digestive process so it might survive to populate the colon. This usually means the brands stocked in the fridge section, with no added sugars, do your research before purchasing.
It’s a glorious machine this human body, and I’m glad we’re finally making some breakthroughs as I’d like to live out the rest of my days relatively pain free in mind and body. I’m excited new info is out there and that it’s easier than ever to access and research studies to your heart, or guts content.
Some of you know I do Tarot readings (check out the store link on top right of page or Truehearttarot.com for more info) and now we’ve got logo tee’s for True Heart Tarot, as well as few other designs I’ve curated! They come in several styles & lots of color options! Check ’em out at True.threadless.com!
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I’m back as babbley as ever & co-hosting this weeks Black Hollywood Lives video cast! Check us out!
Also check out the new store link on the upper right corner of page for some goodies like signed The Craft Scripts! xx Rachel
I put up a video a while back addressing how processed foods age us by way of inflammation and a few people commented about my genes… Thanks a ton for saying nice things re my skin, but please know genes are only part of the equation.
First off, I’ve never done hardcore drugs, or given birth… two things that age a body for very different reasons, I use sunblock and more importantly, when I quit cig’s and started eating natural foods I noticed a huge difference in quality of facial skin.
Personally, I think folks say I look younger than my years because everyone else in Hollywood is lying about their age. That said, quality of food, hydration, exercise, healthy gut bacteria, mood etc all factor into feeling good in your body.
In terms of skin care, most of my life I’ve washed my face with whatever was handy, no moisturizer, no fancy serums or fussy regimes. My formerly oily skin, now more combo to dry, is still prone to zits and def has fine and not so fine lines, so putting a little more thought in is required.
These days I use a natural Mario Badescu face wash followed with Tretinoin, one of the few pharmaceutical products in my repertoire . Save $ and nix crazy expensive brands or the use of fillers & botox etc (which I’ve never tried cause.. weird.) and check it out.
It’s the generic form of products like Retin-A and a vitamin A derivative developed to combat acne with the handy side effect of softening fine lines and stimulating collagen growth.
Basically it sloughs off dead cells and helps plump skin. I’ve tried natural vitamin A creams and they don’t work as well on zits or fine lines, so while it’s a bummer this is not an organic natural product, it gets two thumbs up from me as it works well, though direct sun can cause skin irritation and some people get all peely from it in the beginning, my skin tolerates it well.
A dermo or family doc can fill a prescription for you and if you tell ’em it’s for acne insurance is more likely to cover. I get the generic and use the lowest strength. I’ve paid anywhere from $6-$35 a tube, which lasts about 4-6 months. I think that’s reasonable in a world of $300 eye creams, don’t sleep on the affordable stuff.
Lastly, as far as feeling & looking good at any age, and this is maybe because my skeletal frame is small, I personally find keeping my weight down helpful to feeling good in my body and keeping my skin looking its best. Since I’ve gained 10lbs + after finding my boyfriend, the next post’s gonna be on how I’m going to get the weight off and I hope you’ll consider joining me in losing ten if you’re not fitting in your fav pants either. Tweet me if you wanna lose 10 too! Rachel
Hey! I did an interview w/ the fab crew at www.blackgirlnerds.com They’re black, they’re nerds, they post great stuff! Def check out their site & twitter feed @BlackGirlNerds & @BGNpodcast & of course me @racheltrue – shout out to graveyardsisters.com @graveyardsister who co-interviewed me!
We cover a ton of topics, give a listen, Here’s the podcast! xx Rachel