Nutrient dense SuperFoods, like Cacao, give extraordinary benefits. Dense nutrient content rapidly intensifies natural beauty, increases energy, amplifies creativity and turns dis-ease into comfort, grace and ease.

Your Own Personal Fountain of Youth lives in all you eat, drink, breath and think. You'll look and feel your best ever. You'll also enjoy every breath of your long life.

Theobroma Cacao - Food of the Gods

Theobroma Cacao means Food of the Gods. You'll know why once you infuse Cacao into your diet. You'll notice you eyes, skin, hair and nails regenerate to their original youthful splendor. Your energy will run hot, at continuous peak levels. Your eating will diminish as Cacao upgrades your diet from caloric density to nutrient density.

As Cacao permeates your body, you'll experience news levels of multi-dimensional evolution, starting with the physical. Cacao dilates fluid passages allowing faster fluid exchange, accelerating nutrient uptake and toxin elimination. Once cellular elimination is complete, you'll be on the high road of peak creativity and productivity, manifesting your divine purpose into divine reality.

My Life With Cacao

After months of experiments, including ceasing all Cacao use for 3-4 week periods what I've learned is this...

Cacao is Food of the Gods for me. My caloric intake doubles without Cacao and I feel less satisfied. With Cacao, my caloric intake halves, I feel better, have more energy and are mucho more creative/productive.

Try Cacao for a few weeks and check your results. You may find Cacao is Food of the Gods for you too.

My Favorite Cacao Recipe

As with all good things, evolution occurs. In this section I'll always list my current favorite Cacao Recipe. As Cacao is my primary food source, my favorite is a composite of what nutrients seem to best synergize to keep me running 20+ hours/day. In short, rocket fuel!

    6   Tbl  Cacao Nibs
    6   Tbl  Hemp Seeds
    1   Tbl  Carob
    1   Tbl  Bee Pollen

    1/4 Cup  Agave Nectar
    1/4 Cup  Blueberries

    1/4 tsp  Cinnamon
    1/4 tsp  Himalayan Salt

    6   Cups Pure Water

First I grind the Cacao in a coffee grinder (3T at a time), until fine, then toss in a Vita Mix. Next I add all the other ingredients with 1C water and blend slightly, then add 1C more water and blend till smooth, then add rest of water.

Next I let this mixture sit for a few hours. Okay, I do usually drink a big glass to begin with. At first the mixture will be a bit grainy. After a few hours, the grains soften.

If you prefer, run the resulting mixture through a Nut Milk Bag to strain out the grains. This strained pulp can then be mixed with Coconut Butter and frozen to make an outrageous desert.

When I drink Cacao I usually add 4-6 drops of pure Orange Essential Oils. If this turns you on, contact me for the company info about where to get petroleum free, Essential Oils. Most oils, even at upscale health food stores are cut with petroleum, so best go with a firm whose quality is sure.

Cacao Recipes

Quick Note About Coconut Butter

While I love Coconut Butter with Cacao, blending Coconut Butter and refrigerating it tends to produce frothy globs of Cacao and Coconut Butter. Be aware of this, as it does change the consistency of the end product.

Ingredients & Equipment

All ingredients mentioned here are Certified Organic and Raw meaning cold processed and cold stored. All foods cook at room temperature, meaning they oxidize. This is why we at Radical Health store all the products in our store in cold storage. This is especially important for nuts and seeds, including Cacao. At room temperature Cacao will begin fermenting as humidity increases, giving a sour, unpleasant taste. If your nuts, Cacao or Agave tastes "off", it probably is. Return it and try a vendor who cold stores all their products.

You can refer to the Radical Health Store or Nature's First Law for required ingredients and appliances.

Recipe #1: Chocolate Milk

The basic Cacao recipe blends Cacao, heavy fat, salt and light sweetening for the best chocolate milk you'll ever taste.

    4   Tbl  Cacao Nibs
    1   Cup  Macadamia Nuts
    1/4 Cup  Agave Nectar
    1/4 tsp  Himalayan Salt
    5   Cups Pure Water

Preferable soak your Cacao and Macs overnight, in separate containers. Drain and rinse till water is clear. Vita Mix Cacao and Macs until smooth. Add in balance of water and mix again.

For extremely smooth consistency, pour through cheese cloth or food strainer to remove pulp (save this for later). Put salt and Agave in large glass container, pour and mix in milk.

Recipe #2: Chocolate Silk

Chocolate Silk is a variation of chocolate milk which creates a dramatic blend of SuperFoods which can easily sustain all dietary requirements. In fact, for a wild ride try a liquid diet of this brew for a few days, weeks or months.

    4   Tbl  Cacao Nibs
    1   Tbl  Pine Nuts
    1   Cup  Nuts - Macs, Hazel, Walnut, Brazil
    6        Dates
    2   tsp  Hemp Seeds
    1   tsp  Bee Pollen
    1   tsp  Coconut Butter
    1/8 tsp  Cinnamon
    1/2 Cup  Blueberries
    1/4 Cup  Agave Nectar
    1/4 tsp  Himalayan Salt
    5   Cups Pure Water

Mix all ingredients except Agave, Salt and Coconut Butter with 1.5 cups of water until smooth and strain if desired. Add in Agave, Salt and Coconut Butter with remaining water and mix again.

Recipe #3: Emerald Silk

For extreme decadence, mix 1 Tbl of Vita Mineral Green with 8-10oz of Chocolate Silk in a ball jar and shake vigorously until Green Food is mixed evenly.

Recipe #3: Beauty Silk

Because Cacao increases fluid exchange so dramatically, you can add 1/8t Pure Organic MSM and one Pure Radiance Vitamin C to 8-10oz. of Chocolate Silk, or better Emerald Silk. This combination is a powerful, aggressive collagen regenerator. Instead of visiting your spa, live on Cacao for a few months instead.

Recipe #5: Citrus Silk

For the ultimate in exotic, add 2-3 drops of Orange Essential Oil to 8-10 ounces of Chocolate Silk.

Recipe #6: Peppermint Silk

To satisfy your Peppermint Chocolate desire, add 2-3 drops of Peppermint Essential Oil to 8-10 ounces of Chocolate Silk.

Recipe #7: Chocolate Cookies

If you're straining your milk you can use the left over pulp as flour or grind nuts in a food processor. Mix with Agave, Vanilla and Salt to taste, form into cookies and dehydrate. After dehydrating spray with Orange or Lemon Essential Oil mixed with water for an exotic flavor. Also experiment with Cinnamon and Cardamom for other unusual flavor adventures.

Recipe #8: Hemp Chocolate Silk - Inspiration by Jackie Ayala

    4   Tbl  Cacao Nibs
    1   Tbl  Carob
    1/4 tsp  Cinnamon
    4   Tbl  Hemp Seeds
    1/4 Cup  Blueberries
    1/4 Cup  Agave Nectar
    1/4 tsp  Himalayan Salt
    6   Cups Pure Water
    2   Tbl  Coconut Butter