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August 31st, 2016

Do I have a Food Intolerance?



How do you know if you have a food allergy or what we call a Food Intolerance?

I know we discussed this topic last week, but the reality is, we are all making decisions about what to eat and how it will affect us every day.

Presently, we are in the final stages and getting ready to launch our new course featuring Dr. Jheeta's Unified Healing System. During the development phase we came across some very interesting challenges about how people understand or don't understand their own health concerns.

For example; how do you know if you have a real food allergy, or could it even be something else? I have found some people just don't realize that it is a Food Intolerance that is the problem.

So instead of seeking out professional help, they have adjusted their own lifestyle to accept living with the discomfort and symptoms sometimes for years. This is how chronic disease can develop!

Here are a few sample questions that we ask you in our course, designed to help you confirm your Food Intolerance suspicions:

Here are a couple of obvious ones:

  • Do you feel bloated and/or uncomfortable after eating?
  • Do you experience indigestion, acid reflux or GERD (gastroesophageal acid reflux disease) after eating?
  • Do you experience loose stools, diarrhea, constipation, or IBS?

Here are some not so obvious ones:

  • Do you have difficulty with focus and concentration?
  • Do you have skin lesions, such as eczema, dry patches?
  • Do you have joint pain?

I have seen this numerous times in my practise, many people just don't associate the signs and symptoms they are experiencing with certain aspects of their lifestyle in this case their diet!

To learn more about which signs and symptoms that you may not connected to your health, stay tuned to this newsletter or contact us if you interested in learning more about what our new course can do for you! Remember educate, evaluate, and empower yourself!


Dr. Jheeta





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Espresso Hemp Protein Bites

By Parker    37 Comments

What’s better for a snack than homemade protein bites? Not much! Bites are a quick, healthy, and portable snack that is more affordable than buying protein bars. There aren’t too many protein bars out there that I can have due to my allergies, so when I need some quick protein options I always try to mix up some bites.

If you’re busy this summer like we have been, than making sure you get enough lean protein during the day can be a challenge, especially if you have food allergies or are on a special diet. If you have busy weekdays, it helps to plan ahead and make some protein-packed foods ahead when you have some free time. These Espresso Hemp Protein Bites not only are super quick to make, but they are also easy to take anywhere.

If you want to expand your protein horizons, then check out the new Bob’s Red Mill vegan protein varieties! Bob’s Red Mill sent over an amazing protein package with the 4 new flavors of their vegan protein powders, along with a fun shaker bottle and mini recipe booklet. Pretty awesome!

The 4 new varieties of Bob’s Red Mill vegan protein powders are all plant-based and…

  • Gluten-free
  • Good source of omega-3
  • Good source of iron
  • High in protein
  • High in fiber
  • Low in sugar
  • Boosted with probiotics

The 4 protein powders that were sent to me have a pea protein base and all natural flavors, so people with allergies can enjoy them. Since I have multiple food sensitivities and I’m eating mostly low-FODMAP, Bob’s Red Mill sent me a pack of Hemp Protein Powder that I could have, too. This protein is natural, packed with fiber, and great for recipes like my Espresso Hemp Protein Bites!

These Espresso Hemp Protein Bites have some of my favorite things: coffee and protein! They have a good blend of protein, complex carbohydrates, and healthy fats, so they make great post-workout fuel or a healthy anytime snack. I used white chia seeds in this recipe, but you can use either white of black chia seeds.

Since I don’t have caffeine anymore, I used decaf instant coffee in this recipe. But if you want a little caffeine boost in your bites, try using regular instant coffee. Find a good instant coffee that isn’t overly bitter for this recipe. We used one of our favorite organic instant coffee brands to get the best taste.


Espresso Hemp Protein Bites

Makes 12 bites
Gluten-free, vegan, high fiber, high protein; Free of: peanuts, tree nuts, cane sugar, sesame


  • 1/2 cup Bob’s Red Mill Hemp Protein + 1 Tablespoon
  • 1/4 cup gluten-free quick oats
  • 1/8 teaspoon salt*
  • 2 Tablespoons whole chia seeds (I used white chia seeds)
  • 2 teaspoons organic instant decaf coffee 
  • 3 Tablespoons maple syrup
  • 2 Tablespoons SunButter
  • Vanilla Stevia drops, to taste (I used 1/4 teaspoon)


  1. In a medium bowl, stir together the hemp protein, oats, salt, chia seeds, and instant coffee
  2. Stir in the SunButter, maple syrup, coffee (or rice milk), and stevia drops. Adjust the amount of stevia drops to suit your taste
  3. Mix all ingredients together to form a soft dough. If the dough feels dry after mixing, add 1 Tablespoon brewed coffee or rice milk
  4. Roll dough into balls about 1-inch in size
  5. Store in a sealed container in the fridge
  6. Enjoy!

*The salt in this recipe helps to balance out any bitterness from the coffee or hemp protein

Nutrients per bite:65 calories, 2.7 g fat, 7.5 g carbohydrates, 2.7 g fiber, 3.6 g sugars, 3.6 g protein

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About The Lost Wisdom Newsletter

As most of us have noticed over these last few decades modern science and technology have been advancing exponentially. Even in my short time here we have come from getting up off the sofa to turn a knob in order to change the channels on the TV. To lying on the sofa using a smart phone to operate and surf all 500 hundred channels! I believe in many ways people just take it for granted that new science is automatically the best science!

There is no doubt about the numerous benefits of newly discovered science and technology, however, we need to respect and understand the past and the science behind what we once thought of as just a simple life style and simple health practices! Practices our parents, grandparents and great grandparents used even though they didn't fully understand the science behind the benefits. They just knew these practices were beneficial, they just did not know the how and why. But now we know that our intuition was correct all along, and we have the science to prove it!

At that time experience and observation, empirical evidence, was the key factor in these older practices. Many of which were passed down from generation to generation with absolute conviction and trust. Remember these practices would have been stopped if their safety and effectiveness were in doubt. It was clearly defined over the years with no bias.

Unfortunately, as the generations passed these pearls of wisdom were forgotten, discredited and eventually lost. These pearls of wisdom are what refer to as lost wisdom!

Learn more about true preventative healthcare here each week, as I plan to get into other examples where it can be applied, as well as other relevant topics.


Dr. Raj Jheeta, ND

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