Bieler’s Broth

Bieler’s Broth
The Original Healing Soup Recipe
by Dr. Henry Bieler

1 pound of string beans
2 pounds zucchini
a hand full of curly parsley
enough water to cover your veggies
Into rapidly boiling water add above and boil for 10-15 min until fork goes thru outside of zucchini, puree using the water you cooked it in and make it the consistency you desire.

Uses: The original recipe was developed by Maverick Physician Henry Bieler to heal a variety of illnesses’s. Many times the soup was used as a fast.

Explanation: Dr. Bieler would take a detailed study of the patients endocrine glands. This includes the adrenal glands, pituitary gland and the thyroid gland. Dr. Bieler would then prescribed a dietary cure. The cure depended up the the glands which where dysfunctional. The cure would be a limited diet, or even a fast on Bieler’s broth. The vegetables are like nature’s vitamins, and restore such elements as potassium, and sodium to our glands. Dr. Bieler was particularly interested in restoring the liver as a way to health.

Modifications to the Recipe
These are some possibilities of how to modify the Bieler’s soup. This can be if you are not treating intensely a specific health condition. Create your own variety of healing vegetable soup based on your own personal needs and desires.

Add Carrots
Add several stocks of Celery
Add Kale or potatoes
Add raw butter or cream to the soup after cooking
Add miso when the soup is warm
Omit Parsley for breastfeeding women

Dr. Kyle’s Breakfast Green Smoothie Recipe

Dr. Kyle’s Breakfast Green Smoothie

Makes 2 servings

6 leaves of kale (remove stem, give to dogs) or a handful or 2 of fresh spinach

4 celery stalks or 1 cucumber

2 bananas

1 cup of frozen mango or berries

1 tablespoon of fresh ground flaxseed or chia seed or hemp seed

½ to 1 fresh jalapeno (if you like spicy in the AM!)

1 spoonful maca powder (optional, has very distinct taste some may not be a fan of. ie my wife)

Fill blender to ¾ high with filtered or distilled water OR non-dairy milk

I also like to add fresh juiced ginger, 1 lemon, 2 juiced carrots and 1 avocado

Optimally recommend a high powered blender (Blendtec or Vitamix)

They are not cheap but you can purchase refurbished models through company.

Given I typically have smoothies daily for breakfast it has been a worthy investment.

A good rule of thumb is using celery or cucumber as a base with kale or spinach.

Sweeten to taste with frozen or fresh fruits.

Avoid regular dairy yogurt or milk or anything synthetic. No need to add protein powder.