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2008, November Caroline Sutherland Newsletter By: Caroline Sutherland, Medical Intuitive


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November 2008 Newsletter

Hello Everyone!

How are you feeling this month? Are you feeling hopeful, optimistic - thankful! This is the time to give thanks for the great world we live in, for our friends and relationships, for our work and our important spiritual connection. This month I have a full Thanksgiving Dinner outlined for you. A meal that you can share without falling off your program. Enjoy! I also have a special story about a woman who is doing some wonderful work in Nepal. This month, I look forward to seeing you in Portland Oregon and Vancouver Canada.

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Blessings, Caroline

In this issue
  • Premier Weight Loss Program Starts January 15th
  • Caroline's Schedule
  • Yummy Thanksgiving Dinner
  • Someone is Doing Something Very Special
  • A book I like
  • Gluten Free Cooking in Arizona
  • Another Life Changed
  • What Joan Said
  • How to Prevent Over-Eating This Month

  • Caroline's Schedule

    PORTLAND, OR - November 14 - 16
    VANCOUVER, B.C. - November 27 - 28
    PREMIER WEIGHT LOSS PROGRAM - Starts January 15th!
    See more details


    Yummy Thanksgiving Dinner

    Roast Turkey:
    Choose a 20 lb fresh turkey (organic if possible)
    Pat dry with paper towel - inside and out.
    Place a peeled onion in the cavity - this infuses the turkey juices with flavor.
    Place in roasting pan
    Coat bird generously with butter
    Cut open a large heavy duty brown paper grocery bag (without lettering if possible)
    Coat the entire bag on both sides with butter
    Place bag lettering side up, over the turkey and tuck it in around the bird. This is a trick given to me years ago by my former mother-in-law and makes for a golden-brown, succulent bird, which does not require basting.
    Place in a preheated oven 375 degrees. Be sure the bag does NOT touch the heat element.
    As soon as you hear the turkey begin to sizzle, (about 15-20 minutes) lower the heat to 325 degrees and cook till done - use a meat thermometer to test. Usually 20 minutes to the pound.
    Let cool 20 minutes, remove paper and slice.

    Stuffing:
    This recipe may be doubled.
    I like to cook this stuffing in a separate covered dish because of the liquid involved.
    2 cups Lundberg wild rice mixture - a combination of brown rice and wild rice
    2 cups organic chicken broth
    1 tsp salt
    6 dried apricots cut into very small pieces
    1/2 cup walnut pieces if desired
    2 stalks chopped celery
    1 chopped medium onion
    4 tbsp butter
    4 tbsp poultry seasoning

    Place rice, salt and chicken broth in a covered 2 quart casserole dish.
    Saute onion and celery in butter, add poultry seasoning until vegetables are transparent and well coated with herbs.
    Stir hot mixture into rice and broth.
    Add apricot and walnut pieces
    Place in oven and cook alongside turkey for 2 hours at 325 degrees.

    Roasted veggies:
    Choose: 1 yam, 1 sweet potato, 1/3 turnip, 2 carrots, 2 parsnips and 2 beets.
    Peel veggies and cut into large chunks
    Place in a flat baking dish
    Now for the fun part:
    Use room temperature butter. Use your bare hands and coat each vegetable piece with butter - about 4 tbsp for that amount of vegetables - possibly more. You can also use olive oil to coat the veggies with your bare hands too!
    Sprinkle with salt and fresh ground pepper.
    Cook along side the turkey for about 1 1/2 - 2 hours until veggies are tender. Baste several times to keep from drying out.

    Brussels Sprouts:
    Brocolli works well too!
    2 pounds of B. sprouts trimmed
    1 sweet red bell pepper - chopped in small pieces
    1/2 cup slivered almonds
    When the turkey is cooked, steam sprouts in a double boiler or steamer - usually about 20 minutes. Add chopped red pepper and steam for the last 10 minutes.
    Place in serving dish and garnish with slivered almonds.

    Dessert -yes!
    This recipe comes to me from Donna Gates, the famous author of The Body Ecology Diet. Gary and I had a wonderful visit with Donna recently at her beach house in Jupiter Florida where we met her friends and family and enjoyed this dessert made by Diane Zapak.

    Lacanto Lemon Mousse:
    3 whole eggs
    3 egg yolks
    3 egg whites - set aside
    1/2 cup lemon juice OR lime juice
    1 stick or 1/2 cup butter
    1/2 cup and 1 tbsp Lacanto
    2 tbsp Lemon or Lime zest (fine grated rind)

    Whisk whole eggs, egg yolks, Lacanto, lemon or lime juice and zest together.
    Heat in a double boiler over medium heat and whisk constantly until mixture coats a stainless steel spoon - let cool for 1/2 hour.
    Continue to stir occasionally.
    In a glass bowl eat 3 egg whites until they form stiff peaks - set aside.
    Gently fold hot mixture into the beaten egg whites - one spoonful at a time. Do not over mix.
    Spoon dessert into parfait glasses and garnish with more zest.
    Refrigerate 2 hours before serving.
    Serves 6.

    Lacanto is an all-natural sweetener from Japan which has zero calories, zero glycemic index, safe for diabetics, does not feed yeast or candida and is an easy-to use, one-on-one ratio with sugar. lacanto is recommended by the Japanese ministry of health for obesity and diabetes and is naturally derived from the Luo Han Guo fruit, native to Japan, and Erythritol, a sugar alcohol found in many fruits such as grapes and pears. Lacanto is perfect for cooking, baking and sprinkling on cereal or in herbal teas. Read more about Lacanto and Donna Gates and the Body Ecology philosophy at www.bodyecology.com

    Presentation: Children love to be part of a celebration. Take the children outside to gather leaves, twigs and chestnuts, if you have them, from the yard or local park.
    Spread them over the table. Use construction paper if you have it or ordinary white printer paper works well. Let the children express themselves with crayons and create individual place mats for each person. The older ones can make place cards.
    Place a row of candles down the middle of the table.
    Gather around, say grace and enjoy a fabulous meal that is "on the program."

    Leftovers:
    You bet! Turkey soup. Try my famous turkey soup recipe on page 27 of The Body Knows Cookbook. Click here to order.


    Someone is Doing Something Very Special
    photo Alexandra dellas Abrams

    I first met Dr. Delis-Abrams when she invited me to speak at the Sun Valley Wellness festival in beautiful Sun Valley Idaho. Alexandra is a well known psychologist, speaker and creator of ABC Feelings, a whole line of children's products that help children to express their feelings, redirect anger, end bullying and make learning fun.
    Here is what Alexandra says about her valuable work:
    In 1989 I had an idea to write a book that would help children learn about their feelings while they were learning the alphabet. It was a unique idea that was not eagerly received at the time. However I have pursued this for almost twenty years now, and it feels more like a mission and life purpose rather than a business. Today the terminology of Emotional Intelligence is widely accepted as well as the importance of teaching a child a feelings vocabulary. This along with teaching empathy, how to manage one's feelings and relationships becomes a crucial aspect of a curriculum. Little ones absorb this concept and readily start using the feelings words, with the support of an aware and caring adult who learns along at the same time. It's fun and vital in the maturation process.
    Visit www.abcfeeings.com

    This fall Dr. Alexandra Delis- Abrams, journeyed to Kathmandu, Nepal in support of an organization, Nepalese Youth Opportunity Foundation, that rescues young girls who have been sold as slaves. She taught classes on Emotional Intelligence at the TriBhuvan University in the state's capitol, as well as other schools, visited hospitals, met with doctors who are helping disabled children and has captured through affirmations, text and photographs what sounds like a life-changing trip.

    Read more about Alexandra's experience.

    Register for Dr. Delis-Abrams newsletter at www.theattitudedoc.com


    A book I like
    Tracy Kidder Book

    I am always on the hunt for a true story. I believe in the power of one - two, three or more certainly but just one - someone who sees a need and gets about filling it. This is what inspires me.

    No obstacle is too great. No is not an option. This man is Doctor Paul Farmer and you should know about him. In medical school Paul Farmer found his life's calling: to cure infectious disease and to bring the lifesaving tools of modern medicine to those who need it most. This magnificant account by Pulitzer prize winner, Tracy Kidder shows how one person Paul Farmer can make a difference in solving global health problems. Mountains Beyond Mountains takes you on an inspirational journey clearly showing that one person can offer hope where none is to be found. Click on the book cover to see more.


    Gluten Free Cooking in Arizona

    You have seen her on my website. You have heard her story. Now find out how Susan Cullen can cook for you! Susan offers Personal Chef Services that are Gluten-Free and Good for You!

    My name is Susan and I've been Gluten-free since March 2000 - in fact Caroline Sutherland changed my life.
    I enjoy cooking and creating new recipes (all Gluten- free of course). I love sharing my cooking (and recipes) with others. If you would like me to shop, prepare and cook meals for you and/or your family, it would be my pleasure to cook 2 or 20 meals or anything in between for you and/or your family members, give me a call. Food is my passion and cooking is my joy!

    Email: AZChef4U@aol.com or call 480-481-3994.


    Another Life Changed
    Tibetan Med CD

    Dear Caroline,
    I met you at Louise's Hay's Tampa conference. I was the person who received the gift of your wonderful basket of products.
    I have been using the Tibetan Power Meditation CD and Weight Loss Meditation CD daily, and your book is dog-eared.
    I sleep so much better and am getting my caffeine and sugar consumption under control, as well as my stress level.
    I recently ordered your weight loss package which I think will also help eradicate yeast. I have also been attending your weekly teleconferences and each of them have "spoken" to me in various ways.
    R.M, North Carolina


    What Joan Said

    I met my 84 year old neighbor in the elevator last week. I asked her how she was doing. She'd been in the hospital last year with a heart problem.
    Well, she said, "I have my good days and my bad days. When I have a bad day, I change my mind and then it becomes a good day."


    How to Prevent Over-Eating This Month

    The Holidays are the typical time of year when everyone tends to eat "off" the program.
    Here are a couple of ideas to keep you on track:
    Suppress your appetite, keep sugar cravings in check and block the desire to overeat with Apa-Trol drops.

    Another secret that not everyone knows about is to be very aggressive on your Candida Yeast eradication program. I like to recommend a special liquid that is well tolerated by most people. By continuing to eradicate yeast even though you might be eating off your program, cuts down on cravings, fights fatigue and means that you don't have to play "catch up" quite so vigorously once the Holidays are over. Click here to order the Candida Yeast Eradication liquid and the complimentary probiotic.


    Disclaimer
    Please note:
    Statements in this newsletter have not been reviewed by the FDA. Never start or stop any treatments, programs or medications without first consulting your medical doctor.


    Premier Weight Loss Program Starts January 15th
    diet book new cover

    Back by popular demand: My Premier Weight Loss Program starts again on January 15th! I offer this program once a year. It runs for 8 weeks and offers one-on-one coaching, a medical intuitive reading and a variety of products that help you to stay on track and lose the weight you want.

    Click here to find out more about this exciting program.

    I have been following your guidance and advice for the last few months. My blood tests are amazing! My cholesterol dropped from 256 to 200, all of the other blood levels that were out of range a few months ago - adrenals, thyroid, etc., are all fine and in range. The swelling I had is gone, etc.
    My nutritionist asked me what I have been doing and I mentioned your name and explained your program. She was amazed. She said even if a doctor had prescribed medication they might not have seen results like mine.
    I want to simply say THANK YOU!! You have truly opened my eyes to good health, hormone balancing and the pursuit of a much healthier path.
    Mary M., Chicago IL



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