Low Density Foods

Low Density Foods

Essential properties of cleansing foods:


LOW-DENSITY FOODS (rich in life force energy)


People often confuse dense foods, such as oatmeal, nuts, and chicken, with being nutritionally dense and more satisfying. Well, I’m here to say the opposite is actually true.


We gain the most nourishment from high-vibration, life force energy−rich foods, not heavy, dense ones that move sluggishly through the body.


With so much accumulation in the typical modern intestine already, it is unadvisable to consume dense foods (even raw ones, such as raw nuts and cold-pressed oils) unless used only occasionally in small quantities, and then ideally consumed with leafy greens or other water-containing raw vegetables to ease their passage.


Many meats, grains, processed soy products, and nut and-seed-based foods (even raw and organic ones) are very dense. You will find some egg and fish recipes in this book because eggs and fish are the least dense and the easiest to digest of the flesh foods.


There is room in the modern detox diet for nonvegan foods. In fact, foods such as fish and eggs are much less dense and more detox-diet-friendly than many vegetarian, vegan, and raw food staples, such as wheat, soy, and nut-based foods.


From: The Fresh Energy Cookbook by Natalia Rose & Doris Choi

Coconut Yam “Cookies”

Coconut Yam “Cookies”

Coconut Yam “Cookies”


You can bake the yam “cookies” without any coconut or agave nectar, if preferred.




2 Korean yams, scrubbed clean, sliced 1⁄2-inch thick

2 tablespoons agave nectar

2 tablespoons raw unsweetened coconut flakes




Preheat the oven to 37.5ºF.

On a parchment-lined baking sheet, place the yam slices in a single layer.

Drizzle with agave nectar and sprinkle with coconut flakes.

Bake for 25−30 minutes until the centers are soft and chewy.

Makes about 12 cookies


FROM: The Fresh Energy Cookbook: Detox Recipes To Supercharge Your Life by Natalia Rose and Doris Choi