If you want to learn about the true miracles of healing, rejuvenation and gaining more energy through living foods, I can be your Living Foods Lifestyle® educator! In either individual sessions or group classes you learn from us about living foods cuisine. Our philosophy is that life can only come from life. And it is the high enzymes content that living nutrition contains that distinguishes it from so-called raw foods. An enzyme is a substance produced by living organism that acts as a catalyst to cause a specific biochemical reaction. Enzymes speed up reactions in cells. Most enzymes are proteins, which have biological activity. There are 5,000 enzymes known to science, but many more exist. Each has a perfect pH and temperature. Did you know that about 80% of our energy is consumed in the digestion of food? If you eat living foods, you will have more energy because these enzyme-rich foods eliminate the body’s need to waste it in the process of enzyme production. The greater your energy expenditure to digest food, the lower your energy for metabolic function. A total depletion of metabolic enzymes results in death. Enzymes increase your energy levels, which is equivalent to a greater ability to combat disease; they also help to reduce inflammation and to accelerate healing. What can you do to support your body in the production of metabolic enzymes? Restrict your consumption of empty calories by eating living foods! The most respected study on overall health and longevity that has even been conducted — the China Study — showed that the key to overall health and longevity is the consumption of fewer calories per bite. It is recommended to do a Detox (detoxification) three to four times a year and an increased intake of enzymes through living foods. For dates and pricing, call (787) 868-6307 or visit: So, let’s take a look at the difference between living foods and raw foods. Dry raw nuts and seeds are examples of raw foods. They contain only a small amount of enzymes and thus are relatively difficult to digest, but they have the potential to turn into a living food. How? By soaking and sprouting them their enzymes are activated. We can further increase their digestibility and energy potential by blending and fermenting them. These are common practices in the Living Foods Lifestyle®. You might ask: “Does cooked food contain any enzymes?” The answer is “No, because in the cooking process all the enzymes and a large part of the other nutrients are destroyed.”

Living Food vs. Raw Food vs. Cooked Food

Living Raw Cooked
Many enzymes Fewer enzymes No enzymes
Proteins easy to assimilate Proteins difficult to assimilate Proteins are altered
High water content Lower water content Very low water content if any
Many minerals Some minerals Minerals are less available
Many vitamins Fewer vitamins No vitamins

Benefits of Living Foods

  • Increased Energy
  • Vibrant Health
  • Rejuvenation
  • Optimal Weight
  • Satiety
  • Immune System Strengthened
  • You can prevent and potentially cure yourself from:
  • heart disease
  • digestive disorders
  • diabetes
  • cancer
  • osteoporosis

The Main Foods that comprise the Living Foods Lifestyle®

  • Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
  • Green Smoothies (contain no animal milk and no sugar other than the fruit sugar!)
  • Green Juices
  • Energy Soup
  • Wheatgrass Juice
  • Sprouted Nuts and Seeds
  • Cultured Foods (Nut and Seed Yogurt/Cheese, Sauerkraut and Rejuvelac)

The Basic Components of the Living Foods Lifestyle®

  • Living Foods
  • Exercise
  • Breathing
  • Relaxation
  • Growing Sprouts and Baby Greens
  • Detoxification

So if you want to reduce weight, free yourself from pain and suffering and increase your energy level, join us during our courses and consultations where our motto is: “IF YOU RECONNECT WITH NATURE, YOUR BODY WILL TAKE CARE OF ITSELF.” Dr. Ann Wigmore ( The living foods education can be done individually or in groups, physically present or long-distance via the phone, Skype or email. Contact us to schedule a number of customized sessions., Skype and Facebook: kaelash