You can make them in advance for busy mornings or pack in lunch boxes for the whole family. Let's take a look at how some of the key ingredients in these Banana Oat Breakfast Cookies can offer healing support: Bananas: The fructose in banana is liver’s favorite source of food. It provides quick fuel to the liver and wakes up sleepy cells, increasing their ingenuity and work output.
Soothes the linings of the intestinal tract and also soothes the nerves attached to the intestinal tract. Contrary to popular belief, bananas are one of the most antibacterial, anti-yeast, antifungal foods. A great food to combine with other nutrient-rich foods or to take with supplements, because they improve the liver’s ability to absorb nutrients. Raisins : Raisins can easily be ignored or forgotten, but they actually offer wonderful health benefits and in fact offer greater nutritional might than the goji berry, which is touted as a superfood. Raisins can vary in size and color depending on which type of grape is used. Grapes have a lengthy list of health benefits and can be particularly beneficial when it comes to battling The Unforgiving Four. They possess strong antiviral properties and can help in the removal of radiation from the body. They also work to remove DDT and toxic heavy metals from the liver thanks to the collaborative efforts of their amino acids and anthocyanins.
Ingredients : 1 large ripe banana (about 1/2 cup mashed) 1 cup gluten-free oats 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1/4 cup cranberries or raisins (optional) Directions : Preheat oven to 350°F/180°C. Place the banana in a medium-sized mixing bowl and mash with a fork. Add the oats, cinnamon, and cranberries or raisins, if desired. Scoop out the mixture using a heaping tablespoon measure—you should get about 8 cookies. Place them on the baking sheet and flatten them slightly to make discs. Place the cookies in the oven and bake for 15 to 20 minutes, until browned on the sides. Find over 75 more delicious, healing recipes in Medical Medium Cleanse to Heal for you and your family. This hearty stew is so satisfying and mouth-watering. Portobello mushrooms, carrots, potatoes, onions, and fresh herbs come together in a delicious gravy-style sauce. This is a great meal to serve to hungry friends and family or to keep in the fridge or freezer for leftovers. Enjoy with a fresh salad for a truly soul-comforting meal. Let's take a look at how some of the key ingredients in this Portobello Stew can offer healing support: Mushrooms: Contain hundreds of undiscovered phytochemical compounds, many of which are detoxifying for the liver without hurting it. Many people fear mushrooms because they believe that their status as a type of fungus means they feed fungus within the body. A mushroom is a fungus that destroys fungus, and the liver accepts mushrooms as allies—if the liver is dealing with unwanted microorganisms such as fungus, mushrooms are very helpful in pushing them out of the liver. Mushrooms also reduce fungus, bacteria, and viruses in the intestinal tract, allowing for cleaner nutrients and cleaner blood to arrive in the liver. Potatoes: Abundant in amino acids that specifically inhibit viral growth. Potatoes are high in glucose that provides substance to the liver, as it’s precisely what the liver relies on to keep strong. It also helps build up glycogen storage, the very resource that protects us against blood sugar problems, weight gain, fatty liver, and dirty blood syndrome. Potatoes keep the liver grounded and stable, giving us a good constitution. They’re also shunned for being a nightshade, when in truth they have the ability to reverse many varieties of chronic illness. Onions: Very similar to garlic, onions have antimicrobial sulfur compounds that expel unfriendly pathogens from the liver. Onions have a disinfecting quality for the liver, keeping it from becoming inflamed.
They also improve the temperature control or “thermostat” of the liver so it can heat and cool itself properly. Ingredients: 1 onion, roughly chopped 2 celery stalks, chopped 1 pound portobello or portobellini mushrooms, stems removed and chopped 4 cloves garlic, minced 2 carrots, roughly chopped 11/2 pounds potatoes, quartered 2 tablespoons fresh thyme leaves 1 tablespoon chopped fresh rosemary 3 cups water or Liver Rescue Broth (recipe on page 394) 1 tablespoon pure tomato paste (find one without additives) 2 tablespoons arrowroot plus 3 tablespoons cold water, to thicken (optional) 2 tablespoons chopped fresh parsley, for garnish. Directions: Place a large ceramic nonstick pot on medium-high heat and add the onion. Cook for 3 to 5 minutes, until it starts to soften, adding a spoonful of water if needed. Add the mushrooms and cook until softened and browned, about 5 to 7 minutes. Then add the garlic, carrots, potatoes, thyme, and rosemary. Pour in the water and tomato paste and bring it to a boil.
Cook uncovered for 15 to 20 minutes, until the potatoes and carrots are soft. If desired, mix together the arrowroot and cold water in a small bowl to make a slurry.