Heart Disease Is Just A Symptom... a Raw Garlic Mayo to Live For!

In Australia nearly 70,000 people suffer from avoidable cardiac disease each year with a combined cost of more than $6billon dollars. Most subscribers to CHD – coronary heart disease – are men over the age of 55. The main cause – poor food and lack of exercise and what I believe is inappropriate emotional stimulation and gratification we usually derive from loving and caring relationships.

Heart issues are avoidable by quickly adjusting diet and lifestyle. The inevitable outcome, a by-pass operation or even death from an ‘attack’ can be avoided.

Remove the following from your diet TODAY to survive to a great old age filled with happiness and no pain – ALL dairy and wheat products… introduce more plant and fruit based foods into your daily intake… start to take more plant protein as a replacement for meat, fish, fowl (all of which helps to clog up the digestive process and consequently the arteries).  GREENS contain protein and you are not weird if you eat more of them.

I make really lovely and tasty food that I know would shock the average body into life again.  This is a RAW Garlic Mayonnaise which smartens up the flavours of your green salads.  It’s so yummy!!  (Recipe below)

Garlic Nut Mayo
Garlic Mayonnaise… see recipe below!


Let me say again… Heart issues are all symptoms of poor diet and lifestyle.  Check your gut function out!  Make sure the ‘engine room’ is working properly so you can derive all the solar energy from the food you eat, all the nutrients and trace minerals which support YOUR LIFE.  I use Green Papaya Powder and it works a treat when things in the gut metabolism are out of whack.  In fact, it enabled me to totally heal myself of a dysfunctional gut which if not addressed,  would have led to a complete breakdown in body functions.  Sooner or later I would have succumbed.

Finally, here are some really crazy facts which we really need to get our heads around and once we understand the seriousness, we can help turn around before WE become one of these statistics.  Note that the statistics for the US are similar on a pro-rata population basis.

In 2004-05, 18% (approximately 3.5 million) of Australians reported having a long-term cardiovascular condition. The most common cardiovascular condition was hypertension (high blood pressure), reported by 11% (2.1 million).  The proportion reporting heart, stroke or vascular conditions was 3.8% of the Australian population.  Of those reporting heart, stroke and vascular conditions, 28% reported having angina, 20% an other ischemic heart disease, 12% a cerebrovascular disease, 35% oedema and heart failure and 27% reported having a disease of the arteries, arterioles and capillaries.

CLICK for GREEN PAPAYA here.  MY RAW Food Master Classes HERE.  Let’s work together to help break this vicious cycle of death.

Scott Mathias - 'Understanding The Divine Gut'

I‘m a Digestive Health Specialist and Author living in beautiful Noosa, Australia and teaching globally.  As I approach 60, my journey to excellent health began when I sought and found natural means to heal myself of a chronic digestive disorder.   I founded iLifeFoods.com, a 100% pure Australian Digestive Health and Hemp Protein Company, and then proceeded to further change my lifestyle to support my ongoing excellent health by learning to prepare and serve the most amazing RAW food. I am also the Author of ‘Understanding The Divine Gut’.  Do join me in knowing more. I am here to help you find your personal freedom. 




Raw Garlic Mayo to Live For!
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A delicious raw/vegan alternative GARLIC MAYONNAISE
Cuisine: Raw Vegan Recipe
  • 1 Cup Cashew Nuts (Soak the nuts overnight and pour off the soaking water before blending)
  • 1 Cup of Water
  • 3 Cloves of Garlic
  • Juice of 1 Lime
  • Good Splash of Olive Oil
  • ½ Tsp Desert Salt
  • 1 Good Grind of Pepper
  1. Blend all the above but hold back on some of the water and add to the composition as you go so you can arrive at a mayo consistency.
  2. This will last a week or so in the fridge in a sealed jar. It's very handy to give your favourite salad an added zing!!




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  1. Hi Clare & Scott
    this sounds delish…..thank you for sharing the recipe…..happy earthday celebration tomorrow…from fellow health, animal & earth lover…Jo :))

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