Life Force Families – guidance for mothers

Life Force Families – grocery shopping list


  • Greens for juice and salad
  • Celery
  • Carrots
  • Cucumber
  • Potatoes/Sweet Potatoes
  • Winter Squash (acorn, butternut, spaghetti)
  • Fresh herbs
  • Ginger Root
  • Garlic
  • *Other seasonal vegetables you love
  • Lemon/Lime
  • Apples
  • Berries
  • Bananas
  • Avocado
  • *Other seasonal fruit you love
  • Paper Towels
  • Bath Paper
  • Natural Dishwashing Soap
  • Natural Laundry Detergent
  • Natural Shampoo/Conditioner
  • Natural Soap
  • Natural Toothpaste
Packaged Goods
  • Organic Marinara Sauce (no added sugar and minimal or no added oil)
  • Spelt, Quinoa, Buckwheat, or Whole Wheat Pasta
  • Organic Ketchup
  • Organic Dijon Mustard
  • Nama Shoyu Soy Sauce
  • Stevia (NuNaturals)
  • Organic Cocoa Powder
  • Raw Honey
  • Organic Agave Nectar
  • Organic Maple Syrup
  • Nut Milk (Pacific Brand)
  • Nut Butter (Almond, cashew, or hazelnut and preferably raw)
  • 70% or more Dark Chocolate
  • Pure Fruit Spread *no added sugar
  • Sprouted Grain Bread/Bagels/Tortillas/Hamburger Buns
  • Herbal Tea
  • Organic Unsalted Butter (Horizon)
  • Raw Cheddar Style Goat Cheese
  • Goat Milk
  • Yogurt
  • Orga Organic Ketchup
  • Organic Dijon Mustard
  • Nama Shoyu Soy Sauce
  • Stevia (NuNaturals)
  • Nut Milk (Pacific Brand)
  • Nut Butter (Almond)
  • Jelly (St. Dalfour’s)
  • Sprouted Grain Bread/B
  • Hamburger Buns
  • Raw Cheddar Style Goat
  • Goat Yogurt

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Life Force Families – guidance for mothers

Life Force Families – food preparation safety list

Feeding a family to generate health, beauty, and joyful wellness is first and foremost about choosing the right foods, and creating the right emotional environment within the home. Food preparation is a big part of this. Keeping your fruits and vegetables as the focus of each meal is easy when you have the right tools, and when this way of living becomes a habit.


1. One of the most important steps you’ll take in this process is throwing away your microwave. Don’t pass it on to someone else, get rid of it! Even using your microwave to heat a cup of tea water fills the house with the worst kind of electromagnetic radiation, and no food eaten from a microwave will ever be a health generator.

2. Pots and pans should always be aluminum-free. Aluminum has been linked to Alzheimer’s, and many other diseases. It is especially dangerous for pregnant women and nursing mothers. Read more about aluminum poisoning here.

3. Never, never, never use a Teflon non-stick surface! A bit of water, some organic butter or coconut butter, and you’ll have no sticking issues anyway. Select instead pots and pans of stainless steel, cast iron, or copper. Be careful to read the fine print, many stainless steel and copper items have an aluminum core for even heat distribution.

4. Using cast iron cookware is a great way to increase iron in the diet of family members who are suffering from anemia (which will naturally decrease the further they get into this lifestyle). One of Natalia’s other trick for reducing anemia is to push an iron nail into a peach overnight, and then enjoy the peach the next day with its added benefits! Several recent studies have underlined this concept.

5. When cooking a dish that would require aluminum foil, use parchment paper or a small glass casserole dish with a lid to seal in the juices in the same way. If You Care Baking makes everything from parchment paper to muffin and cupcake liners with no bleach, chlorine, or quilon. It uses instead naturally occurring silicone for multiple uses.

6. For great glassware, Pyrex is the classic and still one of the best choices.

7. In general, silicone is manufactured synthetically and should be avoided. Recent trends towards baking sheets and muffin tins in silicone candy colors just can’t beat good old-fashioned cast iron bakeware!

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Life Force Families – guidance for mothers

Life Force Families – lunch bag ideas








Sweet potato



Filtered water

Kashi chocolate chip cookie


Acorn squash


Goat’s or sheep’s milk yogurt

100% all natural fruit or vegetable juice

Kollar cookie


Whole-wheat or sprouted-grain bread sandwich options:
-Nut butter & high-quality jelly (try St. Dalfour jellies)
-Avocado with Dijon mustard, sprouts, and lettuce
-Nut butter & raw honey (and banana, if desired)
-Raw cheddar-style goat cheese with mustard, lettuce, sprouts


Raw nuts or seeds

Coconut water

High-quality raw treat


Hummus and tomato with avocado or sweet potato on pita or whole-grain tortilla

Raw honey

Unsulfured, sugarless dried fruit (e.g., raisins, apples, apricots)

Fruit or vegetable juice (no sugar)

70% Dark Chocolate

Sliced melon

Baked beets

Nut butter (preferably raw)

Raw granola

Late July Oreo-style cookies

Sliced avocado

Veggie burger on sprouted-grain bread with slice of goat cheese (Sunshine Burgers are great!)

Maple syrup

Slices of raw cheddar-style goat cheese

Kashi oatmeal raisin cookie


Leftover dinner

Organic ketchup

Terra Sweet Potato Chips

Cascadian Farms Chocolate Chip Bar

Sliced bell peppers

Avocado and mixed cooked veggies and salsa on pita or whole-grain tortilla


Homemade carrot or kale chips

Detox dessert of your choice

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Life Force Families – school vaccination waiver

Your Name
Your Address
Your Contact Phone


School Contact Name
School Name
School Address

Dear X,

This is to clarify that we have chosen not to continue to vaccinate our child, NAME, for religious reasons. It is our belief that our bodies are sacred — that the blood chemistry and cellular integrity that makes up our body must not be compromised and defiled by the viruses, synthetics, heavy metals and animal derivatives contained in the suggested vaccines. We believe that these contents are agents of cellular abnormalities. We feel that the negative effects they inflict far outweigh their benefits. We also feel that defiling the body in this way is an insult to our Creator’s design for the human being and thereby defies God’s will.

We greatly appreciate your consideration of this matter and are available to answer any further questions you may have.


Your Name

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Life Force Families – Food chart

This chart lists foods and substances from the easiest to digest or most alkaline to those that are the hardest to digest or most acidic. Please refer to our Assessment Survey to determine the appropriate percentages of these categories for your daily intake.





Organic fruits and vegetables (raw or cooked)Organic fruit and vegetable juicesCoconuts (young or mature)

Coconut water

Unsulfured dry fruit

Raw nuts and seeds

All whole-grain (preferably “ancient grains” such as quinoa, millet, spelt, Kamut and amaranth) breads and pastasDark chocolate (70% or more cocoa)Wine*

Wild and free-range animal meats


Raw and/or pasteurized goat and sheep cheeses

Organic butter

Cold pressed, extra virgin olive oil

High-quality, whole-grain baked, “smartly sweetened” packaged or baked goods (e.g., Cascadian Farms chocolate chip bars or Kashi cookies)

Foods listed in Transition Foods Chart

Organic cow dairy White flour and all refined flour products

White sugar and all products made from white sugar

Fried foods

Mainstream fish

Substances made from soy**

All non-cold-pressed oils

Gourmet treats

Non-raw nuts

Public school cafeteria foods (normally comprised of toxic foods, at least in part)

Mainstream dairy products

Mainstream candy

Movie theater popcorn

Mainstream meats

Mainstream packaged or baked goods

Fast food

Recreational drugs

Elective pharmaceutical drugs


Airplane meals

Infant Formula

*Helpful to do organic or biodynamic wine whenever possible. Avoid “big production” wines whenever possible. Obviously not recommended for anyone who is pregnant or under the age of 21!
**Exceptions are edamame, miso, and Nama Shoyu soy sauce

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