Simple Tummy Remedy

    Has partying throughout the year gotten your tummy in a twist?
Gas, bloating, pain, constipation, diarrhea, blood and mucus are all hints of disruption in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. Bleeding in particular can be an ominous medical sign requiring further testing so be sure to see your doctor if there is blood in the stool or on the paper.
     A cleansing veggie broth for GI rest is simple and effective to do any day of the week. You may add broth to your daily routine, or take a cup a few times a day. Some people benefit from a broth fast for 1 day or more...please consult your primary care physician for support and safety if fasting is appealing to you.
Here is a recipe I have had around for years. It can be modified if you do not tolerate something listed, just make sure you choose a substitute that is an alkaline vegetable.
    Enjoy, Dr. Nancy

An alkaline diet is a diet that emphasizes, to a varying degree, fresh fruit, vegetables, roots and tubers, nuts, and legumes.
This vegetable broth fits the guidelines of the alkaline diet.
·        2 cups spinach
·        2 cups broccoli heads
·        2 quarts distilled water
·        3 cups celery stalk
·        2 cups red-skinned organic potato peels, 1/2 inch thick
·        1 small zucchini
Chop all the vegetables into very fine pieces.
Place them in enough water to cover, plus an inch, and bring to a boil with the lid on.
Lower the heat immediately and simmer for 20 to 30 minutes to extract the nutrients from the vegetables
Strain and drink the broth 1 cup once to three times a day.
This broth will keep for 3 days in the refrigerator. It may also be made in larger quantities and frozen.


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