A Detoxing and Low Glycemic Index Recipe
Here is a great tasting organic mung bean soup that detoxes the whole body and it also has a low glycemic index making it great for diabetics. Made with the goodness of mung beans, brown rice, parsley, and lots of great spices and veggies this soup is sure to please everyone. And it’s quick to make and will fill a person up and keep them going strong for hours.
2 – Cups of Organic Mung Beans Cooked
4 – Cups of Organic Brown Rice Cooked
2 – Cups of Organic Kale Chopped
1/2 – Cup of Organic Carrot Cut into Strips
2 – Cups of Organic Cherry Tomatoes Sliced in Half
1 – Cup of Organic Cooked Corn
1 – Cup of Organic Black Olives
1 – Tablespoon of Organic Curry Powder
1 – Cup of Organic Coriander Powder
1/2 – Cup of Organic Italian Parsley Coarsely Chopped
3 – Cubes of Salt Free Organic Veggie Bouillon
8 – Cloves of Organic Garlic Minced and Sautéed with the Onion
1 – Large Organic Yellow Onion Chopped Sautéed in a Small Amount of Organic Olive Oil.
Small Amount of Organic Olive Oil for the Onion and Garlic
Salt and Pepper to Taste
And a little bit of hot pepper sauce for those who like it spicy
Plus enough filtered water to cover everything
In a large pot add cooked rice, cooked mung beans, cooked corn, kale, and black olives, sautéed onion and garlic, curry powder and coriander powder and enough filtered water to cover everything… and bring to a boil for 5 to 10 minutes. Turn off the heat and allow to cool slightly and add tomatoes and parsley, plus salt and pepper to your particular taste. Remember to go easy on the salt, and now it’s ready to serve.
This recipe will serve about 6 people.
Change this recipe to make it your own wonderful style
Health Benefits of Organic Mung Beans
Did you know that Mung Beans are full of lots of Protein, B and C Vitamins, Iron, Zinc, Potassium, Magnesium, and many more minerals? Full of fiber and very little cholesterol and supports your immune system… and also your cardiovascular system. Reduces stress and helps maintain a healthy metabolism and also helps detox your body of lots of terrible toxins we have these days. Mung Beans are great with curry and brown rice and many people use that combination as a body cleansing agent. Mung Beans can also be sprouted or ground into a paste and used in pastries too, in fact there is a Chinese pastry filled with sweet Mung Bean paste that I love… and I love Mung Beans! And mung beans have glycemic index of only 25 amazing— Great for diabetics.
Health Benefits of Organic Parsley
Parsley contains myristicin which is a powerful anti-tumor agent that inhibits the growth of tumors and thus can stop cancer. It also negates the cancer causing agents that are formed by grilling meat so remember to eat your parsley. Parsley also contains eugenol, limonene, and alpha-thujene which all help to prevent cancer.
Parsley also contains apiin, apigenin, apiin, luteolin, rutin, and crisoeriol which are powerful polyphenal compounds like that found in green tea. Parsley which is high in Vitamin C can help to prevent different types of arthritis. Studies show that those who eat a diet with lots of Vitamin C seem to never come down with certain types of arthritis. So keep eating that little bit of green on your plate. Parsley is rich in chlorophyll which is a powerful healing agent for vitality and disease prevention. Drinking parley juice is highly recommended at the first onset of UT infections, just like cranberry juice. But unlike cranberries parsley is also alkaline and helps to prevent inflammation. Parsley contains apiole which helps to provide estrogen which regulates monthly periods. Parsley has been used for ages for soothing way indigestion, heartburn, and stomachaches. Parsley is alkaline and thus increases your Ph just enough to prevent inflammatory disease.
A study was done showing that parsley contains myristicin and apigenin which help to increase a liver enzyme that detoxes the body, also apigenin helps to increase the effectiveness of some cancer treatments. Parsley is a very good anti-inflammatory agent helping to prevent disease. When I find inflammation coming on I eat a handful of parsley and it disappears.
Only Eat Organic Fruits and Veggies – Regular store bought fruits and veggies contains up to 40 different cancer causing and hormone disrupting chemicals such as herbicides and pesticides and this is definitely not good – Please Only Eat Organic.
Enjoy this wonderful mung bean and rice soup.
Many Blessings to Everyone!
Dr. Paul Haider – Master Herbalist
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