Dr. Johanna Budwig diet is recommended to patients who suffer asthma, arthritis, fibromyalgia, diabetes, high blood pressure, multiple sclerosis, psoriasis and eczema.
– 3 tablespoons of flaxseeds oil
– 6 tablespoons of low fat milk cottage cheese
– 2 tablespoons of fresh grinded flaxseeds
– 1 tablespoon of honey
– 100 gr forest fruit
Stir the flaxseeds and the cheese for about one minute until homogenous. If the mixture seems to be very dense, and the oil cannot tie, add 2-3 tablespoons of milk, goat milk if possible. Do not add water or juices while stirring the oil and the cheese. The cream needs to become like a thick whipped cream, and the milk should not seem separated. Always when you can, use organic products. After that, add 2 tablespoons of freshly grinded flaxseeds [no later than 20 minutes after grinding]. Next, add 1 tablespoon of honey, meadow honey if possible.
OPPTIONALY, YOU CAN ADD [FOLLOWING THE STIRRING AND AFTER EVERYTHING IS WELL MERGED] SOUR APPLE JUICE, CINNAMON, VANILLA, CHOPPED ALMONDS, HAZELNUTS, WALNUTS, BUT NO PEANUTS.
By adding these ingredients, those who did not like the taste of the Budwig cream will start to like it. Some patients even add a pinch of salt, and a little cayenne pepper to change the taste of the cream.
Moreover, you can take into consideration and Dr. Harvey Diamond believing, who as many other experts, does not recommend mixing fruit with other food products, because as he says fruit should be eaten separately, on empty stomach and that you need to wait for at least 10 minutes before consuming other food. However, if you do not have food digestion issues, Dr. Johanna Budwig diet advices you to add various fruits into the cream, particularly forest fruit, fresh or frozen, but no more than one cup.
Finally, you can add grinded apricot seeds, but no more than 6 seeds a day. Also, you can nibble the seeds separately from the cream. Because the flaxseeds sometimes can cause nausea, you can consume some papaya immediately after eating the cream; either you can drink a cup of mint tea.
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