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Hi there PureJeevan readers! We wanted to let you know that Jim's new novel CHROO is available on Amazon. It's a crazy adventure involving a billionaire heiress, her Chihuahua BFF ("Chroo") and a host of human and animal characters. Find out more on Amazon! Here are some links:

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Is my husband now supporting me in my journey to health? Yesterday, as we both sat at our computers for a little while, he called out, "Hey, did you see this site by a woman named Alissa Cohen " (Don't know if I spelled that right.) I said yes, of course. Then he said, "What about this " (I think that's the one he asked about.) I said, "yes." Then he asked about another site and I said yes. He said he guessed I probably know about all the sites out there. I told him if he's interested, I'd send him some links for sites about guys who are eating a raw diet. He didn't reply. ;-) Anyway, it looks like he's trying to be supportive, maybe?



My sinuses still feel a tiny bit congested this morning. Maybe it takes more than one day to rid the body of the results from eating wheat. I feel awake this morning; I had a little over nine hours of sleep last night. That spot in my back doesn't hurt today, either. My shoulder isn't hurting as much. I do feel a little sluggish, like I ate too much cooked food yesterday. I wish we weren't out of lettuce already. I'm actually thinking of making a salad out of swiss chard, since I have a lot of that.



* Sunfood Cuisine, continue reading this

* Creative Health Institute program, conginue with this



* 1/2 an apple sliced very thin and also chopped

* Handful of crushed walnuts sprinkled on top of the apples, along with a generous amount of cinnamon

* Small glass soymilk

* Leftover rice, ground almond, greens, lemon dish

* Small amount of raw veggies tossed with zucchini "pasta" that a friend made

* Swiss chard with pintos, onions, garlic, tomato paste, spices--cooked

* Glass of carrot, beet, swiss chard stalks, small amount of spirulina