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Try these super healthy pain cure recipes if you suffer from chronic pain caused by arthritis, headaches, backache and fibromyalgia.
If you suffer from chronic pain you may need to boost your immune system and reduce inflammation. If you change your eating habits by incorporating more fresh vegetable juices, steamed vegetables, fruits, grains, nuts and seeds into your diet you may reduce your chronic pain by boosting your immune system and reducing inflammation.
Vegetarian Sushi Pain Cure
(adopted from Food as Medicine by Dharma Singh Khalsa, MD)
Millet and quinoa have good protein content, are very* easily digestible* and can reduce inflammation . All the vegetables in this recipe are rich in powerful antioxidants , which can help help you detox naturally, and provide good omega-3 fats thus further reduce inflammation . Ginger stimulates circulation .
12 cup millet
2/3 cup quinoa
2 cups water
1 tbsp fresh lemon juice
1 tbsp brown rice syrop
1 organic carrot
1 celery stalk
1 green onion
1-inch piece of fresh ginger, peeled and grated
4 sheets of nori (toasted)
1 tbsp. Braggs Liquid Aminos
1 tbsp fresh grated ginger
1 tbsp water
1/2 tsp honey or brown rice syrup
1 1/2 sprigs scallions, minced
Cook grains, cool and add lemon juice and brown rice. Cut the carrot, cucumber, celery, onion and avocado into julienne strips lengthwise. Steam the carrot and ginger pieces for 5 min. and allow to cool.
Place several tablespoons of grains on the nori sheet. Smooth the grain evenly over the sheet to a thickness of ¼ to 18 inch, so that it covers all except the last inch or two farthest away from you. Arrange vegetables in two or three horizontal rows on top of the grain. Tuck over the edge closest to you and keep rolling. When you come to the end of the grain, lightly moisten the last inch or so of bare nori, and let the pressure of the roll and your hands seal it. With a sharp knife cut the roll into 5-6 pieces. Repeat for the remaining nori sheets. Make 15 pieces.
Note: If nori is not toasted, hold it over a gas flame or roast in a saucepan until it turns green. When it is not toasted, it is much tougher and may crumble when you try to eat it.
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