Sweet Vegetable Drink
Sweet vegetables provide a readily available source of complex carbohydrates that can help relieve the symptoms of hypoglycemia, including fatigue, anxiety, the craving for sweets, and a diminishing appetite for sex. They may be eaten regularly in the diet, or taken in the more concentrated form of sweet vegetable drink. This drink is also good for softening tightness caused by heavy animal food consumption and for relaxing the body and muscles.
- Use equal amounts of four sweet vegetables, finely chopped (onions, carrots, cabbage and sweet winter squash).
- Boil 4 times the amount of water and allow to boil for two to three minutes. Reduce flame to low, cover and simmer for 15 – 20 minutes.
- You may strain the vegetables from the broth (and use them later in soups, stews, or other dishes) or leave as is.
- Drink the broth, either hot or at room temperature.
- One or two cups can be taken daily or several times per week depending on the severity of the condition. Sweet vegetable drink may be continued for a month or so or until the symptoms of hypoglycemia improve.
No seasoning is used in this recipe. Sweet vegetable broth may be kept in the refrigerator, but it should be warmed again or allowed to return to room temperature before drinking.