Когда вершки даже полезнее чем корешки😅 Пол лета регулярно обрывала ботву свеклы для утреннего зелёного смузи, а она упорно продолжает расти даже сейчас 💜
Настоящий Дар природы для нашего крепкого здоровья💪😊
Кто переживает за вкус, то он совершенно не чувствуется, нет никакого свекольного привкуса, горечи и пр. Но польза при этом невероятная😋
Если добавлять ее в супы, салаты, второе то можно обдать кипятком. Хотя мне кажется что лучше есть ее в сыром виде, чтоб не терять ни грамма полезных веществ при нагреве😉
We are Eloise & Luc, a duo of french photographers & filmmakers. For this Climate Week we will be sharing with you 7 photos of our beautiful Earth. Climate change is currently one of the most important subjects in this world and everyone should be concerned by it. If we don't do anything now, it will be too late. Our planet is dying; it's our duty to do something.
We are in love with plants, so whenever we visit new cities we always try to get to the closest botanical garden. Here are a few plant textures from the botanical garden of Edinburgh. We cannot talk about Climate Week without thinking about one of the most important things on this planet: plants! (Edinburgh, Scotland, 2017)
✨We are Connected✨
We are a part of the great web of life, which connects us to every living thing. However, it goes deeper than you might realize... Your energy speaks for you, and will often arrive before you do. As a healer, I start picking up on your energy the day before our scheduled session (sometimes even earlier). However, this is not the only thing that will travel the web or grid... your thoughts and intentions about another will impact them. Let’s say you have a negative thought or intention towards someone, that person will then react to your intention or thought without being present with you. This is a sensitivity we all have, and it is better known as Primary Perception.
In 1966, Cleve Backster, conducted an experiment on plants by hooking them up to a polygraph. This experiment led to the Primary Perception Theory, where he discovered that plants feel pain and have extra sensory perception. He began to imagine burning the plant and soon noticed that the plant registered a high stress response to his thoughts of harming it. Backster argued that plants perceived human intentions, and even other human emotions and thoughts caused reactions in plants.
I believe that the same can be said for humans, that we can pick up on others thoughts and emotions. That we have the gift of extra sensory perception. So please, use your thoughts and intentions in a positive way.
Be careful what you think. 🌱