For an incredibly simple, yet tasty and healing Medical Medium approved recipe, try millet and peas.
While millet isn’t a healing food per say, it will not stop your healing or feed your underlying pathogens. Millet is one of the few grains that does not feed pathogens directly or provide a breeding ground for pathogens.
So if you are someone who craves grains, try using millet as a replacement – it’s delicious and so versatile.
Mixing the millet with peas brings this simple dish to a whole new level. Peas are an incredible healing food!
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Besides being rich in vitamins and minerals, peas are an excellent source of protein, fiber, and omega-3 fats in the form of alpha-linolenic acid (ALA). These properties make peas an ideal food for brain and heart health, while also helping to lower cholesterol levels.
Furthermore, peas are very easy to grow at home in patio planters or your garden. If you don’t have access to fresh peas, frozen are a great alternative.
1 cup millet
1 bag frozen organic peas
Sea salt to taste (optional)
Toast millet in pot, then cook the millet – add one cup of millet to 3 cups of filtered water, bring to a boil, reduce heat and let simmer for about 20 minutes.
Simultaneously, steam the frozen peas.
Finally, mix everything together and add sea salt to taste (optional).
Millet and peas is a great meal when you are in a time crunch.
To your health & happiness,