Fresh mint, cilantro, and parsley bring so much flavor to this simple and easy-to-make salad. This recipe is especially easy to throw together if you have leftover millet on hand ready to go. Then it’s just chop, toss, and serve this delightful salad.
Cilantro is both a great liver cleansing and liver building herb. It helps regenerate nerve tissue in and around the liver—precious nerve tissue that sends messages from our brains to communicate with our livers.
Parsley’s phytochemicals have anti-troublemaker effects that dislodge poisons and catapult them out of your liver.
This recipe comes from Brain Saver Protocols, Cleanses & Recipes, the companion book to Medical Medium Brain Saver. These two essential books about our most complex organ—the brain—dive deep into why people all over the world are suffering with mental health and brain-related symptoms and conditions. Brain Saver unveils the why behind more than 100 brain- and nervous system–related symptoms, diseases, and disorders; Brain Saver Protocols, Cleanses & Recipes reveals the truth about how to heal in even more detail (including cleanses, recipes, supplement protocols, and so much more).
Millet & Herb Salad
In a large bowl, whisk together the lime or lemon juice, raw honey or pure maple syrup, garlic powder, and red pepper flakes until well combined.
Add the millet, cilantro, parsley, mint, tomatoes, cucumber, celery, onion, and green onion to the bowl. Toss gently until evenly mixed. Serve immediately.
Categories: Fat Free, Nut and Seed Free, Lunch, Dinner, Salads, Main Dishes, Side Dishes, International, Mediterranean, Holiday, Easter, Fourth of July, Kid Friendly
This item posted: 12-Sep-2023
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