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Parsley Power: Green Smoothie Recipe

Green Smoothie Recipe: Parsley Power

Tara Carpenter, NC.

Holistic nutritional for people of all ages using The Body Ecology Diet (B.E.D.) to heal yeast, bacterial, & viral infections.

Traditionally, parsley is used as a remedy for anemia, bad breath, menstrual pain, and more; enjoy all the benefits in one glass 🙂 I will go so far to say that within a week of drinking this green smoothie, you may be hooked! The blend works and tastes great. I was surprised myself.

You do not like them. So, you say.
Try them! Try them! And you may.
Try them and you may, I say. ~ Dr. Seuss

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Parsley is an herb rich in A + K vitamins, folate, beta-carotene, calcium, iron, antioxidants, and essential oil. Some health benefits include cancer inhibitor, liver detoxifier, anti-inflammatory, immune booster, bone builder, and gallstone dissolver (contains oxalic acid/kidney cleanser).   

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Traditional Chicken Stock: Recipe

Traditional Chicken Stock: Recipe

Tara Carpenter, NC.

Holistic nutrition for people on The Body Ecology Diet (B.E.D.).

September 19th 2019

Chicken stock, like any meat stock, is rich in minerals, gelatin, and collagen; all of which can keep bones and teeth strong; joint ligaments supple; and hair soft. I personally experienced my hair improving tenfold!! I started drinking a quart of stock a day and in a matter of weeks, my hair softened with much less grey! Thank God for collagen ….

As a kid, I fondly remember a pot of soup always on the back burner of our stove; my mother simmering bones from the supper roast the night before. I loved the smell of onions and bay leaves wafting through the wooden floorboards into my bedroom above; perking my nose and desire to wander down for breakfast.

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NO Salt Sauerkraut

Tara Carpenter, NC.

 

Sauerkraut is German for “sour cabbage” and did not traditionally contain salt. It was only when natives of Poland, Germany, and Russia traveled to America by ship that they added salt to preserve the cabbage for long travels. This salty version somehow stuck. 

Whilst sauerkraut made with salt is still considered a probiotic-rich food, the geeks out there know that salt acts as a natural preservative to keep bad bugs (pathogens) away, while drawing moisture from the cabbage. Salt also slows and

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Healing Journal: My Candida Diagnosis

Journal Entry: September 9th 2010

Today, I was diagnosed with Candida, a.k.a. yeast overgrowth. I had all the symptoms (i.e., cravings, yeast infections) and so asked my Naturopathic doctor for the test.

Aren’t I going through enough already? I ask with my face to the sky. I recently initiated the start of what appears will be a difficult divorce, am attending a graduate program in Holistic Nutrition, and both my boys start school this week.

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Tips for Making Bubbly Jelly ?

See the bubbles?!
Check out the bubbles!

Regular jelly isn’t ‘allowed’ on The Body Ecology Diet (B.E.D); which recommends to avoid sugar (except lakanto, stevia, ecobloom) until your gut is in a better place. Until then it’s best to kefir jelly with probiotics to reduce the concentrated fruit sugar. Your belly might thank you 🙂 Here’s my recipe for bubbly blueberry jelly 

Over the years I’ve learned a thing or two about making probiotic-rich jelly taste good and want to share my tips for getting good results every time:

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Oven Kit to Make Unsalted Cultured Food

Oven Kit to Make Unsalted Cultured Food ✨

Tara Carpenter, NC.

Holistic nutritional support for healing yeast, bacterial, and viral overgrowth-related health conditions with The Body Ecology Diet (B.E.D.).

This simple tool lets you select and maintain optimum temperatures for making unsalted probiotic food such as cultured vegetables, milk kefir, and young coconut pudding

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Going Skiing on B.E.D. (Body Ecology Diet) ⛷

My husband and I decided to go to Attitash Ski Resort for the holidays. The kids are each with their dad which gives us the freedom to celebrate Christmas however we want. And though I’m not big on skiing I am BIG on sweating in the sauna, snowshoeing on back trails, and catching up with my husband slash ski enthusiast for a mid-day meal.

We rented a studio at the base of the slopes that has a kitchenette – fridge and all – so that right there makes traveling on Body Ecology Diet (B.E.D.) much easier. As many of you know, I do a lot of camping in the summer, so this type of traveling is a real luxury … I’m already in awe at how much less “things” I need to bring! Talk about freedom ?

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