Dr. Johanna Budwig: Flaxseed Oil & Cottage Cheese Program page-2
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The patient has no nourishment on day #1 other than 250 ml (8.5 oz) of Flax Oil with honey plus freshly squeezed fruit juices (no sugar added*). In the case of a very ill person, champagne may be added on the first day in place of juice and is taken with the Flax Oil and honey. Champagne is easily absorbable and has a serious purpose here.
1. Sugar Is Absolutely Forbidden. Grape juice may be added to sweeten any other freshly squeezed juices.
2. Other 'forbiddens' are:
• All animal fats.
• All Salad Oils (this included commercial mayonnaise)
• All Meats (chemicals & hormones)
• Preserved Meats (the preservatives block metabolism even of Flax Oil)
3. Freshly squeezed vegetable juices are fine - carrot, celery, apple, and red beet.
4. Three times daily a warm tea is essential - peppermint, rose hips or grape tea -
* Before breakfast - a glass of Acidophilus milk or Sauerkraut juice is taken.
* Breakfast - Muesli (regular cereal) is overlaid with 2 tablespoons (30 ml) of Flax Oil and honey and fresh fruit according to season - berries, cherries, apricots, peaches, grated apple. Vary the flavor from day to day. Use any nuts except peanuts* Herbal teas as desired or black tea. A 4 oz (120 g) serving of ‘The Spread’ (directions below). This is fine to eat 'straight' like a custard, or add it to other foods taken in the day as you will see.
* Morning tea (10am) - A glass of fresh carrot juice, apple, celery, or beet-apple juice is taken.
* Lunch - Raw salad with yoghurt-Flax Oil Mayonnaise (directions below).
* In addition to 'greens' salads, use grated turnips, carrots, kohlrabi, radishes, sauerkraut, or cauliflower. A fine powder of horseradish, chives, or parsley may be added for flavor.
* Cooked Meal Course - Steamed vegetables, potatoes, or such grains as rice, buckwheat, or millet may be served. To these add either ‘The Spread’ (See below) or ‘The Mayo’ (See below) - for flavor and to up your intake of Flax Oil. Also, mix ‘The Spread’ with potatoes for an especially hearty meal. Add caraway, chives, parsley, or other herbs.
* Dessert - Mix fresh fruit other than those used for breakfast with ‘The Spread’, this time (instead of honey), flavored using cream of lemon, vanilla, or berries.
* Afternoon Tea (4pm) - A small glass of natural wine (no preservatives) or champagne or fresh fruit juice with 1-2 tablespoons of honey-coated Flax Seeds.
* Supper - Have this early, at 6pm. Make a hot meal using buckwheat, oat or soy cakes. Grits from buckwheat are the very best and can be placed in a vegetable soup, or in a more solid form of cakes with herbal sauce. Sweet sauces & soups can always be given far more healing energy by adding ‘The Spread’. Only honey or
grape juice can be used for sweeteners. NO white sugar (or brown*) Only freshly squeezed juices and NOT reconstituted juices (preservative danger) may be used. These must be completely natural.
How to prepare 'The Spread':
Place 250 ml (8.5 oz) flaxseed oil into a mixer bowl and add one pound (450 g) of 1% cottage cheese (i.e. low fat, for example Quark) and add 4 tablespoons (60 ml) of Honey.
Turn on the mixer and add just enough low fat milk or water to get the contents of the bowl to blend in together. In 5 minutes, a preparation of custard consistency results that has NO taste of the oil (and no oily 'ring' should be seen when you rinse out the bowl). Alternatively, you can use yoghurt instead of cottage cheese in proportions of 1 oz (30 g) of yoghurt to 1 tablespoon (15 ml) each of flaxseed oil and of honey and blend as above.
Note: When flaxseed oil is blended like this, it does not cause diarrhea even when given in large amounts. It reacts chemically with the (sulphur) proteins of the cottage cheese, yoghurt, etc.
How to prepare 'The Mayo' (Mayonnaise):
1. Mix together 2 tablespoons (30 ml) flaxseed Oil, 2 tablespoons (30 ml) milk, and 2 tablespoons (30 ml) yoghurt.
2. Then add 2 tablespoons (30 ml) of lemon juice (or apple cider vinegar) and add 1 teaspoon (2.5g) mustard plus some herbs such as marjoram or dill.
3. Next, add 2 or 3 slices of health food store pickles (no preservatives! - read label!)
and a pinch of herbal salts.
Flaxseed oil is readily denatured by oxygen, heat, and light. That's why it is used in paint. Rancid oil is bad for health, so oil MUST be carefully produced, packed under nitrogen in lightproof containers, refrigerated until used, used as fresh as possible, and stabilized with protein (The Spread, etc) promptly once the container is opened.
Flaxseeds may also be used. Seeds need only be cracked in a food blender, or they may be ground in a coffee grinder. One needs three times the amount of seeds to get the oil equivalent. Seeds are high in calories, so one may gain weight. The seeds are also high in soluble fiber, so blending with liquid tends to produce ever-hardening "jellies". Freshcracked seed sprinkled on muesli & eaten promptly tastes great.
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