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Over 50 years ago a famous lady by the name of Johanna Budwig, who did some pioneering work on fats, laid out a diet for terminally ill people, based upon the flax seed and its oil that is known to be very high in omega-3 fatty acids. If you haven't woken up yet, omega-3 fatty acids are very good for your health and you need a sufficient intake in your diet.
Unfortunately we are bombarded with the very generic propaganda, "cut down your fats to avoid heart disease". Well that's simply not true! You need to increase your fats, but increase in the good, healthy fats which are omega-3 fatty acids.
So here is a recipe that we have been enjoying for a while after our research and investigation into the Budwig Protocol. We have sourced all available English translations of Johanna Budwig's writings and speeches and studied them. Dr. Budwig was a licensed pharmacist, qualified chemist, had doctorates in both chemistry and physics and was a recognised expert in pharmaceuticals and fats.
Upon discovering the health benefits of "essential fats" (i.e. Omega-3 fatty acids) and the harmful effects of certain other fats, she became the target of the margarine industry and was hounded in and out of court numerous times. In every case she was acquitted with the facts and the science on her side.
That's enough with the history! We know you want the core recipe that forms the underlying basis for the "Budwig Protocol" and with which Dr. Budwig treated hundreds of terminally ill-patients (all documented).
Please note we have already covered a flax seed porridge that is taken from the Budwig Protocol (with our own little modifications including the black seed). You should take a look at that and try to implement it in your diet.
This is a base recipe for which you can make scores of variations. This makes one serving for one person. You will need a hand-held blender and a good coffee grinder. You can buy both items from Argos at a cost of around £30).
These are ingredients for the base recipe. You can then add your own choice of fruits, which should mainly consist of berries. On this occasion we will use:
In a bowl put 2 tbsp of flax seed oil. Use a bowl that is deep to avoid the contents from flying out when you use the blender. To the oil add 4 tbsp of cottage cheese or quark. Next, use the hand-held blender and bring it in and out of the mixture to cause the mixture to become homogenous. In other words, all the oil should become mixed with the quark or cottage cheese and you should not see any oil left.
Because the taste of the combination of the fat and oil may not be to your taste, you can add more fruit, and add a bit of honey to it as well. The great thing is you can experiment until you find the right combination of ingredients that you can then enjoy.
Notes and Explanations
Further Exploration and Reading
For those who are interested, these are the books we have (all translated from the German originals):
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