This is Part 2 of the Green Soup videos. I show how it looks on a regular day preparing my fiber-rich microbiome remission soup for entry into the temple (i.e. pie hole:). I take the "hockey pucks" out of the freezer or pour from fresh quart jar. To make it easy, just add water and warm it up (no microwaves, please). To make it more tasty and nutrient-dense, add a little bone broth, lime juice, coconut milk, salt and brain octane (or MCT oil). It can be sipped warm slowly throughout the day from a yeti (thermos that keeps the heat in). This is great for people who get too cold when they drink raw juice (like celery/cucumber juice). This particular green soup was made out of asparagus, zucchini, celery and parsley (a version of #Bielersbroth). It works good for stubborn autoimmune inflammation because it feeds the good bacteria like akkermansia muciniphila to help restore mucus lining and seal leaky gut. One more thing, no goitrogens, so it does not inhibit thyroid! The taste is excellent and helps with ketosis in the morning if you use MCT oil.
Lemon-Tahini dressing great for autoimmune diets. One thing you might want to add to this recipe is a splash (1/2 - 1 teaspoon) of brown rice vinegar and/or champagne vinegar. That cuts the bitterness with a lovely tang (some people like bitter- but if it's too much, just add a bit of a high quality vinegar - apple cider, champagne, rice, etc). This stays covered in the fridge for a week. Great over raw or cooked veggies. Recipe: 1 clove garlic, 1 lemon, 2 TBSP EVOO, 2 TBSP water, 1/4 cup tahini (sesame seed butter), optional 1 tsp honey, 1/2 tsp salt, 1 tsp BodyBioPC or sunflower lecithin. Blitz in nutribullet or use immersion blender as in video. If you don't have the BodyBio PC or lecithin, it still works, it just may separate after a few days, so stir it up! If you are interested in the BodyBioPC for cell membrane health as recommended by Dr. Terry Wahls, you can see my website for 20% off this and all professional grade supplements. It's at https://udechiro.com/supplements
This video talks about akkermansia muciniphila, a type of good bacteria found in your large intestine. Discovered in 2004, it has gotten a lot of press for its association with leanness and general health. Our gut microbiome consists of viruses, yeasts and bacteria that support the health of our body and mind. Akkermansia is a good bacteria that is encouraged to grow with inulin from asparagus as well as many other high polyphenol-rich vegetables. Akkermansia muciniphila loves to chomp on the mucus lining of the gut. Quite the opposite of wearing it down, this chomping encourages the cells to make more, strengthening the layer more and more (sealing the leaky gut and modulating the immune system for people with autoimmune conditions). Akkermansia also produces nutrients that feed our other good gut bacteria. Oily, fatty fish like sardines, mackerel, herring, salmon, trout, anchovies, swordfish and tuna (careful with mercury) also help promote a. muciniphila. Abundance of this good bacteria decreases with diets high in alcohol and saturated fat (beef, cheese). More veggies and fish, less dairy, grains and moderate meat. Good luck. May you sleep well.
In this video, I talk about two of my favorite items from Trader Joe's. Healthy 8's chopped vegetable salad and Green Goddess dressing. These are both almost 100% autoimmune -approved foods and are easy to eat. Chopping up 8 different vegetables at once is a challenge when you look at the size of a red cabbage, a jicama, bunch of celery, etc. The beauty here is the diversity of fibers for your good bacteria that make up your immune system, all pre-packaged in one easy dish. No preparation necessary. In a perfect world they'd be organic, but the world is imperfect and these two items still do the job of lowering inflammation when eaten daily for about 5 days. Hope it makes you feel better. Hang in, keep going, you're doing great. #feelbetter #psoriaticarthritis #rheumatoidarthritis #healthyjoints
Otherwise known as Bieler's Broth, this soup can be whipped up quickly. Optional ingredients include zucchini, celery, parsley, asparagus, fennel, cilantro, parsley. Just roughly chop everything, add to soup pot and cover with water, simmer for 30-45 min, let cool down, VitaMix and store in glass jars in fridge or silicone molds in freezer. These last for weeks in the freezer and you can just take out two frozen "hockey pucks" per day and warm up with water and/or bone broth and/or coconut milk and drink. Loaded with fiber, alkaline veggies and very hypoallergenic, this soup (or thinned out drink) can help turn around the inflammation train in a few days. Drink 1-2c per day or drink more if you want to use it as part of a partial fast with bone broth and teas and a few other foods for a few days.
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Support for people with autoimmune conditions. Actionable steps in the kitchen to lower pain and inflammation. Ankylosing Spondylitis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Psoriatic Arthritis, Psoriasis, Lupus, Multiple Sclerosis, Hashimoto's, Crohn's, Ulcerative Colitis, Scleroderma and many more. My aim is to support you in achieving remission. And if that's not possible, to experience a greater level of freedom and ease of movement. I hope to talk about lifestyle, movement, pool exercises, alkaline and fiber rich foods, sleep, emotional healing, community support and more. Thank you and God Bless you.