Saturday, June 27, 2015

Liposomal Vitamin C Part 2

If you missed the first post here it is: Liposomal Vitamin C Part 1

Disclaimer: This is not to be used as medical advice only information. For medical advice consult your health professional.

Here goes! I have finally come up with my tolerance level of Liposomol Vitamin C. It was right at 6 grams like most other people. I could probably get down one more gram but since I have read that the tolerance of most folks is 6 grams  I will just stay there and see what my results will be. I wanted you to know this because any more than this and you are risking a case of gastrointestinal upset.

I do not make it the conventional way with sunflower lecithin because I wanted to cut down on any extra costs in our budget so I went with he lecithin that I had available from my chickens. Egg yolk has a lecithin that I have coming to me daily.

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Liposomal vitamin C Recipe:


1 or 2 egg yolks
6 grams (6000mg) of Ascorbic Acid caplets or powder
Cranberry/apple juice or the juice you prefer
1 tsp. honey


1. With a coffee grinder grind your 6 1000 milligram caplets. It takes about 10 seconds.

2. With your stick blender or what ever you have blend the egg yolk and vitamin c powder for about one minute.

3. Then mix this with your juice and honey.

4. Drink this down holding your breath and keeping your jug of juice handy so you can chug a little juice after because it has a very bad eggy aftertaste. Some people will not need to hold your nose and if you concentrate on the vitamin c taste it won't bother you at all that the egg taste is there.

Do your research to see if Vitamin C is for you!

That's it. That's how I do it for now. Who knows I may break down and buy the powdered kind and the sunflower lecithin in liquid form that would work easy too. Here is a video on that process.

Friday, June 26, 2015

Back Yard Water Park Part 1

Today for cleaning their rooms the kids got to have a fun water park day.

Homemade Water Sprinkler: First we made our own fun water sprinkler out of an old vinegar bottle and some duct tape. Later we added a small strip of plastic that we had around the yard for the slippery factor.

Water shakers/pourers: Then we took some old plastic containers that creamer comes in (My Mom saves for us) and made some water shaking fun! Need I say there was a whole lot of shaking going on. Plus when that got old they decided to take the lids off and pour the water on. The zildren know how to have fun, at the least the younger ones do. The older more sophisticated ones decided to walk to the library. They don't like it when their feathers get wet. They don't know what they were missing.

Tomorrow we want to do some more fun things so be sure to check in and see what we have thought up! We are all about good CLEAN fun, well at least watery.

What do you do for water fun in the yard?

Liposomal Vitamin C Benefits Part 1

Note: Remember I am not a doctor do not take my advice as medical!

I have been researching Liposomal Vitamin C because I would like to benefit from getting more vitamin C in my system. I am working on a daily drink that will work good for my regimen and will soon have the kinks worked out. I have been conferring with a man I met online through his videos on natural health and have really enjoyed his input.

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Here are some of the benefits that I have found in my research that some are reported to have from using this type of vitamin C:

weight loss
helps in the production of collagen-used in (bones,skin,discs,tendons and ligaments)
eye health
fighting cancer
heart health
lung health
blood sugar
immune system
hair and skin

Here is a great story about how this type of vitamin C works on a lot of people. I hope to write more about this subject soon, it has really fascinated me!

To check out Liposomal Vitamin C Part 2 click now!

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Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Egg, Sausage and Spinach Casserole

This recipe feeds 9 people if you add side dishes
 or if you want to use it for a light breakfast or a light lunch. 


10 eggs 
1 table spoon of real butter
1/4 cup  milk
1 cup nacho cheese
1 cup flour
2 teaspoons baking powder
1 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon ground pepper
1 clove garlic
1/2 teaspoon oregano
10 to 12 leaves of fresh spinach
1 package of cheddar sausage links, sliced


1. Set oven to 375 degrees.

2. Wisc together all ingredients accept sausage.

3. Pour into an oiled casserole pan. 

4. Add the sausage placing the slices in a row.

5. Bake for 30 minutes or until the egg bounces back when you press with your finger.

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