I love to forage my own food to maximise purity and Prana (life-force). I doubly love to forage with my loving friends.
I also love and am honoured to cook for pregnant women (pregnant ladies of Sydney hola at me, I’m leaving in a couple weeks). It is good karma for one to feed a foetus.
Since the foetus feels twentyfold whatever the soon-to-be mum feels, whether it is what she consumes or what is going on outside her belly (e.g. EMF), when we’re talking diet, it is essential that she consumes pure (sattvic) food. I love to support this early blueprint of life.
Bioaccumulation of chemicals from pesticide laced foods begins pre-conception, then amps up big time during pregnancy.
Exposure of chemicals permeates into the womb with fat-soluble chemicals in umbilical cord blood crossing the placenta and lodging in foetal fat, which is mainly in the developing brain.
In 2004, researchers found an average of 200 industrial chemicals and pollutants in umbilical cord blood from babies born in U.S. hospitals. What was meant to be cord-blood rich in immune boosting stem cells, contained pesticides, consumer product ingredients and wastes from burning coal, gasoline, and garbage.
A Canadian report has begun to document the extent to which children are born “pre-polluted.” (WWF 2005, Canada 2013).
📷 Pink pepper-corns and chickweed foraged in South Melbourne. Pink pepper corns to make in chocolate, chickweed for mung dahl.
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