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Teeth: Everyone's Getting Drilled

There are millions of people sitting in dentists’ offices around the world getting their teeth drilled. Crowns, implants, bridges, fillings, root canals, veneers and tooth repairs are a common theme while the causes of teeth problems are still a mystery. The dental world has its usual fall guys. The blame game calls out lemons as being one of the culprits at the top of the list along with fruit eati...

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Watermelon Agua Fresca

It’s hard to find a drink that’s more refreshing than this truly delicious Watermelon Aqua Fresca. With just three simple ingredients of watermelon, lime juice, and optional raw honey or maple syrup for additional sweetness, you will likely find yourself wanting to make this for yourself, friends, and family over and over again. Watermelon produces so much juice that you can really make a lot of thi...

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Crêpes

Enjoy classic French crêpes but without the dairy, gluten, and eggs! These crêpes come out beautifully, and when served with fresh berries of choice and a generous drizzle of maple butter or raw honey, you’ll find yourself feeling truly satisfied. Berries are an excellent source of iron, magnesium, selenium, zinc, molybdenum, potassium, chromium, and calcium. They also have traces of omega-3, omega-...

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Cowboy Caviar

Cowboy Caviar is a delicious chunky dip made with beans, chopped vegetables, herbs, and spices and in this recipe it’s tossed in fresh lime juice and some raw honey. This dip can be enjoyed alone or served scooped onto larger vegetable crudités such as lettuce leaves, bell pepper wedges, and cucumber rounds, or with a clean cracker of choice such as the Medical Medium Cassava Crackers. Tomatoes cont...

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Melon Salad with Honey, Lime & Mint Dressing

There’s nothing quite like sweet, hydrating melon when you’re looking for some refreshment and energy! In this recipe, the naturally delicious flavors of the different melon varieties are accented with a squeeze of lime juice, lime zest, fresh mint, and a drizzle of raw honey. This melon salad not only tastes great; it’s also visually beautiful and is an incredible way to provide your body with vita...

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Millet & Bean Burrito Bowl

This hearty and satiating burrito bowl is packed with flavor, texture, and variety. It’s the perfect bowl to serve to friends and family who like healthy comfort foods. You can serve the bowls plated up, or simply serve each component separately and enjoy them build-your-own style! These burrito bowls are gluten-free, dairy-free, and oil-free. Millet & Beans Burrito Bowl Ingredients: Millet: 1...

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Orange & Wild Blueberry Popsicles

Popsicles are such a fun way to help your children get more healing fruits into their bodies. They’re also cooling and refreshing, making them a perfect summertime treat. These pretty two-toned popsicles will bring healing benefits to whoever eats them. Oranges (and their cousins, tangerines) are full of the coenzyme glutathione, which goes into activation because of their high content of flavonoids...

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Peach Popsicles

There’s nothing quite like a ripe, juicy peach in the summertime, but if you’re looking for a different way to get more healing fruit into your body or your child’s body, then freezing them into Peach Popsicles is a fantastic option! The juicy nature of a peach is unique in the sense that it’s a combination of fruit acid along with mineral salts and sugars, with an astringent phytochemical compound...

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Roasted Potato Burrito Bowl

Enjoy crispy potatoes seasoned with taco spices, served with fresh salsa and creamy nacho cheese sauce, and topped with cilantro and optional hot peppers in this scrumptious burrito bowl! It’s the perfect choice for anyone wanting to eat fat-free or low fat for their healing, while not having to give up flavor and satisfaction. You can serve this recipe grain-free by making the base potatoes or serv...

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Soft Tacos

Pick your favorite combination of fillings for these delicious potato tacos! With the choice of taco-seasoned potatoes, nacho cheese sauce, fresh salsa, millet, brown rice, black beans, refried beans, and guacamole, you can make your tacos exactly to your tastes! And the rest of the family can do the same. Below you will find some suggested combinations to get you started! Soft Tacos Option #1: Fat...

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Lemon Water: Is It Really That Bad?

There are many misconceptions in the realm of health. One particular misconception is lemon water harming our teeth. But the truth is there are millions upon millions of people sitting in dentists’ chairs getting teeth drillings, root canals, fillings, crowns, implants, bridges, veneers and more, and lemons were not the top focus of their diet. When someone has teeth problems, their dentist or healt...

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Cranberry Soup

This sweet with a hint of tart cranberry soup is rich in vibrant color, taste, and nutrients! You can serve this cranberry soup straight up, or top it with some fresh blueberries and a dollop of whipped coconut cream for a red, white, and blue theme. Cranberries are a powerhouse healing food that contain anthocyanin, which helps prevent oxidation in cells. It also removes and breaks free a variety o...

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Rugelach Cookies

These crescent shaped cookies are fun to make and heavenly to eat! With a sweet and nutty filling encased in delicious cookie dough, you will likely find these in high demand by friends and family you share them with. They are a great choice for children’s lunchboxes or a weekend treat. Rugelach Cookies Ingredients: Cookie dough: 2 tbsp ground flaxseeds 1/4 cup applesauce 1/2 cup blonde...

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Supplements: Do or Don't?

There isn’t a one size fits all when it comes down to chronic illness. Everyone is different. Some people have one symptom that keeps them up at night, interferes with their life on a daily basis, creates a situation where they have to see multiple doctors, and then there’s someone who has over a dozen symptoms and has had multiple diagnoses. They have had chronic illness for many years, and every d...

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Brazilian "Cheese" Bread (Pão de Queijo)

These Brazilian Cheese Breads taste so good, you’ll be shocked they’re made with such clean ingredients. They’re crispy in the outside and soft and chewy on the inside. Pão de Queijo is traditionally made with cheese and eggs, but this recipe is made without either, making it a safe option for anyone with a chronic illness, symptom, or condition. Enjoy these little breads as a snack or side to your ...

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Caramel Date Chaga Latte

This Caramel Date Chaga Latte is sweet, decadent, and very satisfying! Enjoy it when you want a warm cup of something truly comforting that won’t impact your health like a coffee or cocoa drink would. This recipe is healthier without the sea salt, but if you love salted caramel flavors and are looking for a treat, you can include the sea salt to make a salted Caramel Date Chaga Latte. Chaga pow...

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Pasta Bolognese

This wonderfully hearty bolognese sauce paired with gluten and corn-free pasta will be sure to satisfy the family! Made with lentils, walnuts, vegetables and herbs, this Bolognese recipe has plenty of flavor and is pure comfort food–but made without any problematic ingredients! For a completely fat-free bolognese option that is also made with just vegetables instead of lentils, you can try the Spagh...

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Baby & Child Liver

While we think of infants as beginning life with a clean slate, the truth is that a developing baby’s liver takes on the past. In utero, and even at the moment we were conceived, we inherited liver troublemakers from our parents, their parents before them, and so on down the family line. Any poison or pathogen that an ancestor has carried can end up in our livers before we’re born. Exposure to merc...

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Fibromyalgia

The aches, pains, tenderness, fatigue, and stiffness of fibromyalgia are a result of Stage Four Epstein Barr’s neurotoxins creating chronic inflammation of both the central nervous system and nerves throughout the body. This can result in mild cracks, tears, and exposed root hairs that create sensitive spots on the nerves. Some aggressive varieties of EBV go so far as to bind onto these weak points,...

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Bloating

Bloating is most commonly caused by a diet too high in fat/protein (whether unhealthy or healthy fats) causing liver burnout. When an overworked liver must constantly overproduce bile to accommodate a chronic, long-term high-fat/high-protein diet, the stomach must in turn produce more hydrochloric acid to compensate for the reduction in bile reserves over time. Eventually, this causes the stomach g...

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Black Bean Meatball Spaghetti

If hearty comfort food is what you’re looking for, you can’t beat this Black Bean Meatball Spaghetti! Enjoy a night of delicious Italian food with family and friends and serve this as the centerpiece! Serve it with a fresh leafy green salad and even some Garlic Waffle Breadsticks! Garlic is antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal (including anti-mold), anti-parasitic, and rich in the phytochemical alli...

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Garlic Waffle Breadsticks

Golden, crispy potato waffles are topped with creamy roasted garlic in this unique spin on garlic bread! Enjoy delicious, garlicky flavor without the drawbacks of the dairy, gluten and heavy fat content normally found in garlic bread. Serve these Garlic Waffle Breadsticks alongside any meal for a fun addition. The medicinal, pungent, astringent quality of garlic is a pathogen’s worst nightmare. Pat...

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Trigeminal Neuralgia

Medical research and science don’t yet know that there isn’t merely one type of shingles virus, but 31 varieties and counting. This matters because different types of shingles cause different symptoms. It also matters because medical communities don’t even recognize the majority of shingles cases as being the result of a virus. Trigeminal neuralgia is caused by a non-rashing shingles strain. Toxic h...

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Chickpea Tuna Salad Pinwheels

These plant-based pinwheels mimic the flavor of tuna salad but with a chickpea filling. Rolled up in red lentil tortillas or zucchini ribbons, these creamy chickpea “tuna” salad pinwheels are sure to please. These pinwheels are a great option to serve to others or even to make something fun just for yourself. Either way, they bring plenty of flavor and satisfaction. High in the trace minerals zinc, ...

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Cherries: Liver, Bowel & Bladder Support

Cherries are an amazing way to revitalize the liver; they’re the ultimate liver tonic, cleanser, and rejuvenator. Cherries promote healthy hemoglobin and are also a helpful food for cancer prevention. Cherries sharpen the mind by purifying the bowels—they’re better at alleviating constipation than prunes! They cleanse the bladder, too, and help alleviate spastic bladders and bladder prolapse. Plus, ...

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Spicy Cucumber Chips

If you love pickles but are avoiding vinegar because it’s harmful to the body, these spicy cucumber chips are a great alternative. Enjoy them as a snack or use them in sandwiches, salads, or as a side to any meal. Cucumbers’ cooling effect makes them excellent at rejuvenation and especially effective at cooling a hot, stagnant liver. Lemons are rich in absorbable vitamin C and bioactive calcium tha...

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Stuffed Bell Pepper Wedges

If you love finger food, try these fun bell pepper wedges stuffed with potatoes, herbs, and a hint of spice! Made without any oil or other fat, grains, or dairy, they are not only tasty but also as clean as can be. Bell peppers are rich in vitamin C and strengthen the immune system while potatoes are a great source of lysine and are an anti-pathogenic food. Potatoes are abundant in amino acids that ...

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Chaga Iced Tea

Refreshing and reviving, this delicious Chaga Iced Tea is perfect for a hot day or simply for when you need a pick-me-up or a healing beverage that’s soothing for the body and soul. Chaga strengthens the liver and the adrenals, making it more difficult for pathogens such as viruses and bacteria to survive inside the body. Raw honey helps drive the medicinal properties of the chaga deeper into hard-t...

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Avocado Veggie Pinwheels

These delicious, bite-size pinwheels made with a creamy avocado filling are a fantastic choice for a finger food to serve to family and friends or to enjoy on a picnic. Follow the recipe exactly as it is or feel free to swap out the vegetables and herbs for any other combination of ingredients you’d like. These pinwheels can be made with homemade red lentil tortillas or keep the recipe raw by using ...

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Red Lentil Tortillas

These pretty tortillas are made with just a few simple ingredients and couldn’t be easier to prepare. They hold up beautifully when stuffed with any fillings of your choice, such as fresh salsa, salad, sauteed vegetables, avocado, hummus, lentils, or roasted vegetables. Feel free to explore the many creative ways you can enjoy these tortillas. They’re a great versatile choice for the whole family! R...

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Maple Vanilla Granola

If you’re a granola lover, you don’t want to miss this recipe! It’s sweet, crunchy, and satisfying, with a heavenly maple, vanilla, and coconut flavor that will keep you coming back for more! Made without poor quality oils, refined sugar, preservatives, artificial or natural flavors, and gluten, this granola is a great alternative to processed cereals for the whole family. This granola is wonderful ...

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Goulash

This Hungarian stew is made with tender vegetables cooked in a richly flavored creamy tomato sauce with paprika, herbs, and other spices. Enjoy this wonderful recipe served alone or with mashed potatoes, cauliflower rice, millet, or a gluten-free pasta of your choice. This recipe is low-fat, dairy-free and plant-based. Tomatoes harness critical micronutrients, phytochemicals, vitamins, and minerals ...

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Mystery Inflammation

When inflammation is mysterious and not the result of a physical injury, the hidden cause is a pathogen such as a virus feeding on both toxic heavy metals (such as mercury, aluminum, and copper) and troublemaker foods (such as eggs, gluten, and dairy products) and as a result, producing chemical compounds called neurotoxins and dermatoxins that raise inflammation levels throughout the body. A high-f...

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Wild Blueberry Thyme Iced Tea

This delicious drink contains two powerhouse foods: wild blueberries and fresh thyme. The combination of the antioxidants in the wild blueberries with the antiviral, antibacterial, and expectorant properties of fresh thyme make this a fantastic drink to consume as often as possible. Serve it up on a hot day for a refreshing and healing beverage or enjoy it anytime the mood strikes. Thyme contains po...

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Dirty Blood Syndrome

Dirty blood syndrome is caused by a lack of proper daily hydration from the right liquids (such as lemon or lime water, fresh juices, and coconut water), combined with a diet too high in fat/protein over the years and a toxic, stagnant, sluggish liver (from pathogens and toxins) leading to chronic dehydration that causes blood to thicken. Almost everyone on the planet is mildly to chronically dehydr...

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Wild Blueberry & Orange Juice Popsicles

Sunshine in a popsicle! Freshly pressed orange juice combined with the deep flavor and color of wild blueberry juice, finished off with the natural sweetness of raw honey or maple syrup. Children and adults alike will find themselves seeking this deeply healing and purely delicious popsicle to add more fun to their day. The rich antioxidant content of wild blueberries makes them a powerhouse food. I...

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Black Bean Burritos

A satisfying, low-fat fan favorite packed with flavor. These burritos provide an option for rice or potatoes in the filling so you can choose what’s best for you and your family. They’re also gluten-free and dairy-free! This recipe is so delicious, you won’t even miss the oil that can make regular burritos so heavy and harder on the body. Potatoes: Abundant in amino acids that specifically inhibit ...

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Broccoli Cheese Quesadillas

Gooey, cheesy, broccoli cheese quesadillas without the dairy! These yummy quesadillas are low in fat too, which makes them a better choice for healing. You can use the Medical Medium Potato Tortillas recipe or use a brand you like that is grain- and corn-free. These are a great choice for the little ones in your life, too! Potatoes: Abundant in amino acids that specifically inhibit viral growth. Pot...

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Sesame Bagels

These delicious bagels are elevated by the pop of toasted sesame seeds on top. They can be enjoyed plain, or served with sweet or savory spreads or fillings. However you enjoy them, you can feel good knowing they are made without gluten, yeast, harmful oils, or unhealthy sugars. Sesame seeds strengthen the central nervous system while providing amino acids such as tyrosine and lysine in highly bioa...

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Infertility

Infertility is a sign of our times. Women and men alike are up against so much in our current era, from stress to pollutants to pathogens. Individuals with infertility issues experience them for varied reasons. It could be one of the over 60 varieties of Epstein-Barr affecting the reproductive system and causing mystery infertility. EBV in the reproductive system causing cysts, fibroids, inconsisten...

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