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Long & Hot Soup with Bok ChoiBy Kim RobinsonOn Immune Health... Cayenne and Garlic ( A touch of the Orient in this soup, this stuff will clear up just about anything!) You may have noticed I keep pushing ginger cayenne and garlic at you. ... These are really heavy duty herbs and should be used regularly. These herbs are pure botanical alternative medicine, and have historically been shown to have anti-viral and anti-bacterial activity. They are are known for their proven ability to both enhance & strengthen the human immune system. This immunity support helps kills germs that cause fevers and infections. While also increases the body's natural resistance system they increases the body's capacity to withstand a successful bacterial and/or viral invasion, and boosts the body's ability to recuperate. They support effective blood purification and detoxification and are good while cleansing. It is difficult to overestimate the importance of maintaining a healthy immune system. It sometimes becomes overtaxed during exposure to acute and chronic cellular diseases. These herbs also support the cardiovascular system by supporting proper blood flow. Here is the "Mike Tyson" of chicken soups.
Lemon Baked Perch, Haddock, Flounder or GrouperBy Kim RobinsonMany have used the Lemon Cleanse to help for all types of addictions, according to Stanley Burroughs, author of "The Master Cleanser." Mr. Burroughs on page 25 of his book states, "Alcoholics, smokers, and other drug addicts will receive untold benefits from this diet. The chemical changes and the cleansing have a way of removing the craving and the many probable deficiencies. Thus the desire for the unnatural types of stimulants and depressants disappears. The usual cravings experienced and suffered in breaking away from drugs, alcohol, and tobacco no longer present themselves during and after this diet. It is truly a wonderful feeling to be free from slavery to these many habit-forming and devitalizing elements of modern living. Coffee, tea, and various cola drinks, as habit-forming beverages, also lose their appeal through the marvels of the "lemonade diet."
Jumpin Jalapeno Corn MuffinsBy Kim RobinsonThis delicious muffin recipe can easily be altered by adding honey or nuts on top just before baking or other additions. These things are Jumpin!
Hearty Buckwheat PancakesBy Kim RobinsonBuckwheat is not really a wheat but more of a dried berry. These things are loaded with good nutrition. These are delicious buckwheat pancakes that taste great with a little butter and syrup. Pick up grade B
Easy Black BeansBy Kim RobinsonLegumes are a valuable part of a healthy diet, because they are low in fat, do not contain cholesterol, and have a significant amount of fiber and protein. Black beans lower cholesterol. Cooking with wine.
Blue Ribbon Turkey ChiliBy Kim RobinsonCareful, this stuff is hot! Using some fresh and some canned ingredients, this chili is a snap to throw together and will keep you craving it for days. Chunky zucchini, fresh green onion, yogurt, and - what the heck - shredded Cheddar cheese, are sure to make this your favorite chili recipe. If you like beans in your chili, garbanzos right out of the can are great in this.
2 Turkey Burgers with Side of SauerkrautBy Kim RobinsonOn Turkey Versus Beef... Oprah had it right beef is bad news. Turkey breaks down faster, beef sticks around way too long. Geographic data show an association between beef consumption and bowel cancer incidence. Argentina, New Zealand, Scotland and Uruguay, all high beef consumers, show high bowel cancer rates. This trend is also apparent in the urban North United States. Farmers and Southerners tend to eat more chicken and suffer less bowel cancer according to the Medical Tribune. Increased putrification of the gut, increased risk of auto intoxificaton and increased bowel transit time are all contributing factors. Zion
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