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  • P.B. Boosters :)

    PEANUT BUTTER DIGESTIVE BOOSTER HEALING PROPERTIES Posted by Gatlianne in Herbal Remedies February 1, 2012 Peanut butter acts as the base in the Digestive Booster recipe – it masks the taste of the herbs and makes them easier to take. This type of herbal concoction is called an electuary. Electuaries are also made with honey or made as herbal jellies. Below are the healing properties of the herbs used in the previous post “M’s Peanut Butter Digestive Booster”: Cayenne – Anti-inflammatory, Anti-irritant, Aids metabolism, Stimulates gastric secretions, Digestive disorders, Gastrointestinal disorders, Black Pepper – Anti-bacterial, Anti-fungal, Antioxidant, Circulation, Digestive disorders, Gas, Gastrointestinal disorders, Hay Fever, Energy Stimulation, Colds and cough Cinnamon -Anti-bacterial, Anti-fungal, Bloating, Body odor, Circulation, Blood sugar control, Nausea, Pain, Candida/Yeast infections, Gas, Fatigue, Indigestion, Energy Stimulation, Stomach Ache Ginger – Anti-inflammatory, Antioxidant, Anti-viral, Stimulates bile (digestion), Detoxification of system, Gas, Digestive disorders, Gastrointestinal disorders, Indigestion, Nausea, Muscle recovery Paprika – Anti-bacterial, Anti-inflammatory, High in Vitamin C, Aids digestion, Turmeric – Anti-inflammatory, Detoxification of system, Gas, Digestive disorders, Gastrointestinal disorders, Joint pain, Indigestion, Cellular Regeneration, Bladder Health Coriander – Tonic, Indigestion, Nausea, Digestive Disorders, Stimulates Kidneys, Gas jhj For recipe P.B. Boosters :)
    Added by heather.chapman on Dec 13, 13
  • Mom's Stuffing

    If making with turkey, stuff bird with part of the stuffing and bake the rest separately (add a few tbsp. of turkey drippings to stuffing while baking). For recipe Mom's Stuffing
    Added by amy.bolding on Nov 7, 13
  • Minted Rice with Garbanzo Beans

    I really wish there was a way to message the poster privately but since I see none I'm going to ask this here. How is this recipe deemed to be diabetic-friendly? Lets assume for a moment that you intend the person to use brown rice or converted rice for the lower glycemic values, brown rice has a glycemic index of 55 and a 1 cup serving of it has 45g of carbs of which only 3.5g are fiber so 41.5g of available carbohydrates which gives us a glycemic load of 22.83. Now for the converted rice at a glycemic index of 38 it has 45.2g of carbohydrates and 1.6g of fiber for an available carbohydrate level of 43.6 making our glycemic load of 16.56. No matter how you look at it I'm non-diabetic and my blood sugar would spike on the amount of starch you have in here from the rice alone, and then we get into the fact that canned garbanzo beans have a 42 glycemic index an entire can has a glycemic load of 18. Even if you cut these in half they are not diabetic-friendly. With that said the recipe sounds delicious and if you'ld like help making it truly diabetic-friendly contact me and we'll mull it over some. For recipe Minted Rice with Garbanzo Beans
    Added by jonathan.herman on Oct 17, 13