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These recipes general categories of food strategy suggest foods to use and avoid for various imbalances:

Nutrient Recipes
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Lipid Smoothie Good recipe with high percentage of neutral lipids to aid detoxification. Video Here. 1 Cup Cream, 6 Eggs, 1 Cup Orange Juice, 2 Cups Berries, 2 Tbsp Vanilla, and any capsules, electrolytes, and minerals. After blending, stir or gently blend phospholipids.
Gelatin
Gelatin is a powder. Mixed with water or juice it tastes bad. It does not dissolve at room temperature

Heat 1/2 to 1 cup of vegetable, chicken or beef broth. Add 1-2 Tbsp gelatin to broth. Stir until gelatin dissolves. Drink warm. The flavor is like a rich soup. Salt to taste.

The mixture will gel if chilled. Reheat on stove if necessary.

Blending UFA's with cottage cheese produces sulphur binding. UFA's are often difficult to consume.

Add 1 lb cottage cheese and 8 oz UFA to food processor. Blend mixture on high until it becomes emulsified, with a smooth consistency like heavy cream. Add 1 Tablespoon mustard powder, 3 Tablespoons Braggs Liquid Aminos; 2 Tablespoons Basil or Cilantro; 1 can of salmon or sardines; Blend again until smooth and evenly mixed.

This recipe makes a great dip for vegetables or alfredo sauce.

Rhubarb Crisp Source of oxyalic acid, rhubarb is a key ingredient in Essiac Tea Favorite household dessert.
Mito Dew Phosphated vitamins support mitochondria Treat yourself to a healthy version of Mountain Dew

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Berry Smoothie

  • Put berries in blender with heavy cream (cholesterol is very beneficial);
  • Add Non-phospholipid Supplements
  • Add natural vanilla flavor & Sweeten to taste with Lakanto/Stevia
  • Blend fully
  • Stir in Phospholipid supplements (don't blend phospholipids)

Super Stress Potato Chips

This is a healty variant on potato chips.

Neutral lipid deficinecy is a common observation in autistim disorders, so sources of are of significant benefits, especially when combined with chlorine and sulfur donors which support bilary release.

This recipe sounds sinful because it reflects natural instincts toward fat and chloride consumption. It is a complete version of 'Potato Chips", except the fats and salts have been replaced with neutral lipids, and non-sodium chlorine donors (also taste salt).

Even though potato is a starch, this recipe has a low glycemic index, 54.

Ingredients:

  • Neutral Lipids - Clarified Butter (Clean Lard (2nd choice) or (coconut oil (3rd choice))
  • Stress Salt Blend
  • Starch Vegetable (Potatoes, Yams, etc.)

Instructions:

  • Fill fryer 2-5 inches deep with oil
  • Heat to 325 to 375 (Don't let it smoke)
  • Slice starch vegetable thin (thin slices increaes the lipid & chloride percentage to carbohydrates)
  • Add chips to hot oil, remove when crisp
  • Add stress salt to taste

Recipe Model:

  • Palatability particularly stress related consumption, reflects the bodies need for natural constituents of the recipe.
  • Neutral lipids trigger bile release clearing the liver;
  • Chlorine donors faciliate cellular detoxification binding anti-fatty acids that result from pathogen toxin stress;;
  • Chlorine donor helps to restore chlorine available for normalized digestion;
  • Chlorine donor helps to offset sodium related upper GI inflammation which develops with prolonged stress conditons where excess fluid accumulates in upper 1/3 of small intestine.

Recipe Politics. This recipe is the natural version of a popular junk food, potato chips. The recipe replaces the liability of oxidized vegetable oil with saturated fats and supplies chlorine donors to improbe stress buffering effects documented. Do not even think of using regular potato chips as a substitute for this recipe.

Stress syndrome disorders usually present with degenerate cell membranes reflecting insufficent availability of neutral lipids. Stress shock, documented by Welt and Revici, Ch-6 / Chronic Shock, Ch-10 Chloride/Lipid Shock, indicate that chlorine depletion resulting from neutralization of toxin-resistance agent

s drives chronic chlorine depletion, leading to development of chronic shock condition.

Public information regarding dietary consumptions of saturated/neutral lipids is at best misleading: Truth About Saturated Fat - this effect is particulaly marked in Autistic syndromes where cholesterol depletion is acute and chronic.

Egg Nog

Night Nog is a spiked eggnog. Real eggnog, made with eggs and heavy cream, is a liver tonic. This recipe can be made up to 4 days at a time because it stores well.

  • 6 organic eggs raw into blender
  • 1 Tbsp maple syrup, honey or1/4 tsp stevia
  • 1 cup Heavy Cream or 1/2 and 1/2
  • Nutmeg
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • Blend until mixed (heavy blending makes butter from cream)

This snack, aside from tasting decadent, is a liver flush. It is an excellent and filling meal, or snack.

It often helps sleep because anabolic lipids and phosphatadylcholine aid nocturnal metabolism. Egg yolks are 70% natural lecithin; egg whites are almost pure albumin. Both are primary detox agents. Egg whites are almost pure albumin. Both are very useful for individuals with excess lipid toxins.

Mito Dew Soft Drink

  • Required: MitoNRG & Water
  • If Alkalosis: OrthoPhosphoric Acid
  • Optional: Dry Ice, Carbonated Beverage Container.

MitoNRG is delicious and colored like mountain dew and sweetened with stevia. Alkalosis tendency, see pH data, indicates use of ortho-phosphoric acid is appropriate. Phosphoric acid is tartness agent in many soft drinks. Carbonation adds CO2, and also helps to oppose alkalosis. Check urine pH and monitor consumption to manage dosage.

  • Fill a quart (or larger container) with pure water (no chlorine/fluorine, etc.)
  • Add 4 scoops of Mito NRG per quart
  • Add 4 droppers of ortho-phosporic acid per quart(see acid note - monitor urine/saliva pH to manage amount) or add 8 tablets of choline to warm water and dissolve (tartness)
  • Mix
  • Refrigerate (Don't make more than 3 days worth)
  • Add 2 tsp of zeta crystals (if advised)

The drink is sweet and tart and can be used as is and has a nice yellow/orange color. Color and flavor result from biological natural antioxidants and phosphated vitamins and nutrient content.

Carbonate Option - 1 (Gina Laverde - www.healartfully.com):

Instead of water, mix with club soda.

To Carbonate option 2:

Kids often love the dry ice bubble effect... So consider serving the mixture while it's is active too.

  • Mix MitoNRG with cold water (cold increases CO2 solubility)
  • Pour into carbonated container beverages (recycled or new) with 1 inch head space
  • Add small piece of Dry ice 1/8 to 1/4 tsp (too much dry ice will overpressurize containers for a sticky mess)
  • Put lids on containers tightly while bubbling. If you use a big piece of dry ice, let it bubble off)
  • Make sure you test one container outside to see that the carbonation does not exceed the max container pressure

Let kids drink as much as they like. Their palates will tend to self regulate according to their needs. The palate instincts will help to manage dosage.

Liver Flow Juice

This recipe uses beet juice and carrot or orange juice blended with choline (a B vitamin) tablets. The juice component has beets and the choline is tart, and when sweetened adds a "tart-cola" flavor.

Beets with tops provide an earthy flavor which is balanced by the carrots and tartness from the choline.

To make a liver flush batch:

  • Juice 1 bunch, approx 1 pounds beets and tops
  • Juice 3 pounds carrots
  • Juice 2 ounces ginger
  • Dissolve 4 grams choline in 1 cup, 8 oz, warm water (do not boil), (4 grams is approx 25 Standard Process choline tablets)
  • Mix choline water to juice before drinking
  • Sweeten to taste with stevia or laktano (www.bodyecology.com) if needed

Using the flush:

Juice Amount (oz) Choline Water (Tbsp) At time Minutes
1 oz
0
0
2 oz
1
30
3 oz
2
60
4 oz
3
90
6
4
120
8
5
150

The beets will color stool red which can be mistaken for blood.

 

Budwig Dip

This recipe is like an alfredo sauce. Excellent on pasta or as a dip. It is a delicious way to consume fatty acids.

  • 2 cups organic cottage cheese
  • 1 cup 4:1 oil or Hemp oil
  • 2 Tbsp Mustard powder
  • 3 Tbsp Braggs Liquid Aminos
  • 16 oz salmon or sardines

Directions:

  1. Add Cottage Cheese and Oil to blender
  2. Puree until smooth / emulsified / about 3 minutes
  3. Add other ingredients
  4. Puree until smooth

 

Zeta Aid

Zeta Aid is a variant on MitoNRG

   
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