The Ultimate Budwig Breakfast
Energetic Power at it's Finest
This mix is POWERFUL! The very first time I took a bite, it LITERALLY knocked me over. The electrical charge of this mix energizes your cells by increasing the ATP energy of the cells. This recipe was inspired by Biochemist Dr. Joanna Budwig. She was Germany's foremost expert in fats and oils as well as the head of all oncology. She used this recipe to treat cancer, heart and arthritis patients. This breakfast is something I eat multiple times per week. Enjoy!
February 6, 2018
Created By: ♥Tina Buenzli at Triumph Over Health
2 tablespoons Nancy’s Organic Cultured Low-fat Cottage Cheese
1 tablespoon Barlean’s Organic FRESH Flax Seed Oil
1 cup organic berries – blueberries & blackberries best
1-2 tablespoons organic brown flax seeds WHOLE - optional
3 + bitter raw apricot seeds – B17 - optional – START SMALL!
organic cinnamon – optional
organic raw shredded coconut - optional
zest of 1 organic lemon – optional (Hint: Use zest from lemon used for Green Juice)
Note: Always presume all ingredients listed are organic and/or as natural as can be (GMO, hormone and pesticide free).
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Wash berries and set aside.
Measure cottage cheese & put in a mug/cup. Measure flax oil & put on top of CC.
Blend cottage cheese & oil with handheld blender until it looks like cream.
NO SITTING OIL SHOULD BE LEFT.
If having flax seeds & apricot seeds to “Super Charge” the breakfast, then measure & grind in a coffee grinder until well ground.
In a cereal bowl, add ground up seeds, berries, then cottage cheese/flax blend.
Sprinkle with desired amount of cinnamon & shredded coconut.
**Note: This breakfast is powerful. Start with these measurements.
After a few days to a week, the cottage cheese/flax can be doubled.