This is a recipe from my upcoming book ,” A survivors Guide to Kicking Hypothyroidisms Booty”
This wonderful tonic can be used more than just a heart health protocol it’s been proven to reduce cholesterol, heal hemorrhoids, clear out arteries for your heart, reduce blood pressure, stop colds in their tracks, ease constipation, heal ulcers, promote weight loss, treats respiratory issues and you can even put it on a cotton swab and treat acne and pimples. This hasn’t been proven but I also have a theory that I jokingly say, “it repels vampires and unwanted friends who get to close in your personal space. “
I’ve seen various different ways to make it. This is how I make it. Put 3 tablespoon’s in a glass of water on an empty stomach daily. Garlic, ginger and even lemon can interact with certain medications. Please check with your health care provider to make sure that you won’t have any adverse medication reactions. If you plan on taking this as a drink with other medications.
10 gloves of garlic
1 cup of raw honey
1 cup of organic apple cider vinegar
2 inch piece of fresh ginger, peeled
2 lemons, washed and cut
Blend, strain and store in a mason jar in the refrigeration.
I love the way my Vitamix blender blends everything so creamy smooth in NO Time flat. These cute little mason jars are a great way to seal and keep things fresh in your fridge and you will always need a measuring cup. Don’t forget to grab you a mesh strainer if you don’t have one.
Do you need foods that promote your thyroid health? Let’s heal your body from the inside out. We’ve all heard that our gut is called the “second-brain”. Given how closely the two interact with each other one thing you may not realize is your emotions and weight gain can start in the gut. Your gut and digestion can also cause you to hold onto that excess weight and just feel lousy. I’ve included 101 hypothyroidism fighting recipes that cook themselves. Our main concern is kicking hypothyroidism’s booty. I hope this book inspires you to use your slow cooker more often and create your own new recipes. Let’s together shed those extra pounds, regain your self-confidence and vitality back into your life.
Audrey Childers is a published author, blogger, freelance journalist and an entrepreneur with over a decade of experience in research and editorial writing. She is also the creator and founder of the website the hypothyroidismchick.com. Where you can find great tips on everyday living with hypothyroidism. She enjoys raising her children and being a voice for optimal human health and wellness.
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