JUICE FEAST RETREAT!!!

Paradise Wellness offers a 7 day Juice Feast retreat here on the lovely island of Puerto Rico. No passport required! This retreat is open to anyone who is interested in a cleansing detox and rejuvenation experience where pounds are shed, waste is released and fun abounds. Your time here will never be dull because we have created a full schedule of exciting and amazing things for you to do while on the enchanted island. This journey is focused on optimal health and wellness. Embrace taking care of yourself and being surrounded by an amazing environment, like-minded people and good energy.

Delicious Fresh and Local Juice Combinations

Highlights include:
• Green and Fruit Juices
• Coconut Water
• Raw Intro and Outro Meals
• Yoga and Meditation
• Bio Bat Kayak Tour
• Horseback Riding
• River and Beach Swimming
• Rainforest Hiking
• And more!

Accommodations are set at the fabulous Villa Rosa located directly on the Fortuna Playa in Luquillo, PR. This location affords us the ability to be in close proximity to El Yunque Rainforest and the other excursions we have planned for our guests.
Your Wellness Investment – $1499
Date: March 14th – 20
BOOK TODAY!!

SEXY STUFFED PEPPERS with Brazil Nut Pate

Sexy Stuffed PeppersBaby Sweet Peppers…not the green ones
Brazil Nuts
Nutritional Yeast
Liquid Aminos
Cilantro
Garlic
Olive Oil
Cayenne

Slice peppers in half the long way. Place aside. In a food processor, blend a hand full of brazil nuts with about 2 tablespoons of nutritional yeast, 2 cloves of fresh garlic, about 2 tablespoons of garlic, a bunch of cilantro, a squirt or three of liquid aminos, and a sprinkle of cayenne. Add water to reach the desired consistency…I like the texture of pancake batter…slightly wet and pourable…you may want to use the nut pate as a dressing at some point..My thoughts are I would really like to add as much water to foods as possible especially since the nuts are so fatty. Spoon the nut pate into the peppers. If you like you can eat as is…or you can place them in your dehydrator or in an oven on a low heat…no more than 125 degrees…I usually set the oven to 115. Leave in for at least one to two hours…more if you like. The flavors intensify as waters evaporate. Top with sliced olives.

In joy! skai