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Bieler’s Broth

Henry Bieler was a prominent American physician best known for his book Food is Your Best Medicine. He recommended this broth for fasting, energy and overall health. He felt that this combination of vegetables was ideal for restoring acid-alkaline and sodium-potassium balance to organs and glands, especially the adrenal glands. Bieler’s broth is highly recommended for those under stress or suffering from stress-related conditions, such as back pain and ligament problems.*

Note: fasting should only be done under the supervision of a qualified health care professional.

Ingredients for two quarts
4 medium squash: zucchini, yellow or summer (ends removed)
1 pound string beans (ends removed)
2 sticks of celery (chopped)
2 bunches of parsley (stems removed)
1 quart spring water

Optional ingredients
1 tablespoon of whey per cup of soup, 1 teaspoon extra virgin olive per cup of soup, sea salt, cayenne
pepper, ginger, turmeric, cumin or other herbs.

Directions

  1. Clean and cut-up vegetables
  2. Place ingredients in a porcelain or stainless steel pot. (Do not use aluminum or copper cookware.)
  3. Boil till soft (6 – 10 minutes)
  4. Add optional ingredients
  5. Vegetables may be eaten whole with cooking water or blended into a thick soup with a blender.

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