Welcome back to my Cyber Food Truck! Step up to the counter and get our latest recipe courtesy of Salmon Creek Clinic. All of the recipes are FREE!
Food intake is very important to someone with Interstitial Cystitis (IC). Giving your body the needed nutrition helps keep your immune system strong. As I have mentioned before, be careful with the foods you consume. Some foods are irritants to people with IC and can trigger a flare up.
Today’s recipe is provided by Dr. Jared Zeff, head of the Salmon Creek Clinic in Washington, USA. Dr. Zeff is a naturopathic practitioner who is helping IC patients. Take a look at my blog post about Dr. Zeff for more information.
Reminder – I am not a medical professional. The contents of this blog are for general information purposes only.
This recipe I am serving up in my Cyber Food Truck is called “Simple Healing Soup.” And the cost is free.
This recipe is nourishing and “…will help to reduce or eliminate the “toxemia” which occurs for digestive disturbances and which drives inflammation in the body.” [salmoncreekclinic.com]
Enjoy the recipe!
- 2-4 quarts of pure water
- Boil a chicken carcass, turkey carcass or beef bones for several hours, or overnight, with salt and a bit of pepper, to create a stock. For vegan alternatives, just use the vegetables to make a stock. Then add:
- One cup cut carrots.
- One-half to one cup chopped celery
- One cup chopped cabbage
- One-half to one cup chopped onion
- One-half to one cup butternut squash
- One-half to one cup zucchini
- One-half to one cup green beans
- 2 tsp pure sea salt – vary to taste (Use a pure, true Celtic sea salt)
- Fresh garlic – 3-5 cloves
- Optional: ¼ – ½ teaspoonful each:
- Cumin, Ginger, Chili flakes, Basil, Oregano, Thyme, Rosemary.
Bring the Simple Healing Soup to a boil, then simmer until the vegetables are soft: 30 to 60 minutes or longer.
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