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Did you know that many scientific health journals and books write about how 70-80% of your immune system is part of your digestive system? Probably means that by keeping your digestive system healthy you may be able to keep your immune system in check. By keeping your immune system in check, you can prevent some of the most common illnesses like autoimmune disorders, food allergies, diabetes, sensitivities, mood disorders, etc. We are walking ecosystems. We walk around through life taking our ecosystem everywhere we go. But nowadays we are living far away from our natural one. We are living in environments that lack some of the natural ecosystems that make our immune system to function correctly. It is true that antibiotics have saved many lives, but every course we need to keep going with our lives depletes our internal ecosystem farther down. The current research says we should have about 35,000 species of bacteria in our guts, that is nearly 100 trillion bacteria in numbers. Converting this into pounds, we carry about 2 or 3 pounds of bacteria in our digestive system. By killing species of bacteria every time we have to take a course of antibiotics, we deplete our internal ecosystem, leading to lowering the strength of our immune system. Do you remember at the beginning of this page I said 70-80% of our immune system is in our digestive system?
Recovering our ecosystem’s diversity is hard because those specific bacteria that we deplete are hard to source.
One straightforward way to introduce diversity back into your digestive system is taking probiotics, but not all probiotics are good. Some probiotics don’t work at all. I am an advocate of Equilibrium Probiotic because I recovered my 6-year allergies to coffee, nuts, and grains with this probiotic in the lapse of only two days. This probiotic could be too powerful for you if you are missing too much in your ecosystem, so start very slow and see how it goes. Dr. Grace Liu Ph.D. in Pharmacology can tolerate ten capsules at once allowing her to eat gluten. Try it out slowly and tell us if it worked wonders for you as it did for us. I have recommended this to many people, and they love it.

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Monolaurin Post

Monolaurin is an antimicrobial surfactant extracted from Lauric acid in more significant amounts in coconut oil and breast milk. Coconut oil is 50% Lauric acid, but it is said that only about 3% of Lauric acid is converted to Monolaurin by our bodies. 

Monolaurin is available as a supplement, and it is processed by combining Lauric acid with glycerin to form glycerol monolaurate (Monolaurin).

  • Monolaurin has been studied for its antimicrobial and host immune-modulating properties in periodontal biofilm formation
  • Also, for its anticandida properties
  • Monolaurin has been shown to have antiviral properties by making the envelope of viruses soluble. 

It may cause the pathogen’s cells to leakage. 

Lauric acid is extensively used in the cosmetic industry to make creams, soaps, cosmetics, and cleaning products.

I imagine Monolaurin to be like a safe soap from the inside of the body. 

 Contraindications of Monolaurin are sensitivities of allergies to any of the raw ingredients of Monolaurin.

 

Monolaurin shows antibacterial properties for the following pathogens. 

 

Staphylococcus aureus Positive
Streptococcus pyogenes Positive
Streptococcus agalactiae Positive
Group C Streptococcus Positive
Group F Streptococcus Positive
Group G Streptococcus Positive
Streptococcus suis Positive
Streptococcus sanguinis Positive
Streptococcus pneumoniae serotype 3 Positive
Enterococcus faecalis Positive
Listeria monocytogenes Positive
Bacillus anthracis Sterne Positive
Bacillus cereus Positive
Peptostreptococcus species Positive
Clostridium perfringens Positive

 

 

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Reduce 73% of Arsenic in Conventional White Rice

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Other ways to reduce arsenic even further and make it easier to digest

  • Buy organic rice
  • Soak the rice in filtered water overnight and up to two days with added sea salt
  • Buy rice that has been properly stored in vacuum-sealed packages (to avoid mold)
  • Buy rice from trusted sources
  • Reduce arsenic by learning how water sources and other foods like chicken contain higher levels of arsenic
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Fluoride It's Benefits and Health Effects

Levels of Fluoride

  • 0.3 ppm–Levels of safe amounts of fluoride in study
  • 0.7 ppm–Levels in drinking fluoridated city water
  • 900-1100 ppm–Levels in toothpaste
  • 1 ppm–Levels in fluoride varnish application
  • 1 ppm–Levels in gel application at the dentist
  • Source 

 

 

 

Students dentists at my university knew that fluoride made a positive impact in the reduction of cavities. Safe levels of fluoride to increase teeth strength were not by ingesting it but by applying it to the teeth in the amounts of 1 part per million in the form of a fluoride gel.

We knew that unmonitored high levels of fluorinated water caused fluorosis. One part per million is the amount of fluoride used in dental gels for topical application on teeth at the dental clinic.

When I became a mother, the pediatrician told me that fluoride was best for children if it was ingested and that I should give fluoride tablets to my son; this was new to me.

Knowing how excess fluoride causes fluorosis, unrecoverably ruins people’s teeth and messes up with mineralization homeostasis, I was confused about my pediatrician’s indications, but I followed. 

One of my boys had a lot of cavities when little (but not my other kids treated equally). What happened?!

1-I had been trained as a dentist.

2-I was giving my son fluoride in tablets per my pediatrician’s advice.

3-With the exception of a couple of nights here and there when exhausted, I brushed his teeth almost every night.  

I couldn’t understand why from my three boys, only one would get cavities. It turned out that from the three boys, he was the one who ate the most sugar and had the most antibiotics early in life. His oral flora was more of the type that form cavities.

Ancient teeth remnants from archeological studies show that prehistoric humans had better teeth than us. They have found cavities in old teeth remnants, but fewer than what we have in our modern population; their teeth, skulls, bones, and jaws were more symmetrical and were stronger.

Everything goes back to nutrition, absorption and gut homeostasis, and the intestinal villi’s length to amplify the capability to absorb nutrients.

Microbes also impact bone metabolism. Some microbes are great at dissolving all kinds of body tissues. 

Teeth have interesting microbial clues because teeth don’t degrade as easily as other tissues when we die, but we see decay every day at the dental clinic while we are alive. 

The oldest tooth fossil found in research, to my knowledge, was a tooth from Homo Erectus 1.77 million-year-old.  Why did my child’s teeth spoiled so fast inside his mouth and the tooth from Homo Erectus’s lasted long enough to become a fossil we can study today?

If you place a tooth in vinegar it demineralizes.

Some bacteria that live in our mouths are called facultative anaerobic bacteria. It means that they thrive in an environment with no oxygen or very little oxygen. They live in an environment of constant feeding from carbohydrates and sugars. And they secrete acid that breaks down the enamel; this way, they can make niches in our teeth and have a cozy home with lots of sugar and food from the host. Their acidic secretions are the causes of tooth decay. Also, it is their ability to form biofilms with the right environment given. 

But when we die, our tissues and mucosa degrade, they no longer cover our teeth. The teeth are exposed to air, and there are no more carbohydrates and sugar in the environment that feed the bacteria biofilm formation. 

Cavity microbes can’t survive without their ideal environment, and teeth could preserve long enough to fossilize.

Is fluoride good or bad for health?

Fluorine is one of the most unstable and reactive elements in the periodic table, fluorine bonds with almost any element.

Quotes from trusted resources below

“Fluorine bonds with almost any element, both metals and nonmetals, because it is a very strong oxidizing agent. It is very unstable and reactive”. 

“But fluorine is also an essential part of everyday life. Among other things, fluorides are used as additives to toothpaste. They are used in LED bulbs to turn the cold LED light into a warm white. Fluorine compounds are also added to many pharmaceuticals to increase their effectiveness”. 

Also, fluorine is in soils, air, water (naturally or added), and it is present naturally in the foods we eat daily.

We need this element in “nature smart” quantities and with all other components and nutrients in food. But “If fluorine is absorbed too frequently and in more significant amounts, it can cause teeth decay, osteoporosis and harm to kidneys, bones, nerves, muscles” Also, the pituitary gland, thyroid, parathyroid, and any soft tissue

Fluorine has also been found in pituitary glands in more significant amounts than in other tissues. This is scary, because the main function of the pituitary gland is to control metabolism. Adrenal glands, thyroid hormones and calcium metabolism are specially connected to the pituitary.

From resources

“Anatomy of the pituitary gland:

The pituitary gland is sometimes called the “master” gland of the endocrine system because it controls the functions of the other endocrine glands. The pituitary gland is no larger than a pea and is located at the base of the brain. The gland is attached to the hypothalamus (a part of the brain that affects the pituitary gland) by nerve fibers. The pituitary gland itself consists of three sections:

* the anterior lobe

* the intermediate lobe

* the posterior lobe

Functions of the pituitary gland: Each lobe of the pituitary gland produces certain hormones.

anterior lobe:

* growth hormone

* prolactin – to stimulate milk production after giving birth

* ACTH (adrenocorticotropic hormone) – to stimulate the adrenal glands

* TSH (thyroid-stimulating hormone) – to stimulate the thyroid gland

* FSH (follicle-stimulating hormone) – to stimulate the ovaries and testes

* LH (luteinizing hormone) – to stimulate the ovaries or testes

intermediate lobe:

* melanocyte-stimulating hormone – to control skin pigmentation

posterior lobe:

* ADH (antidiuretic hormone) – to increase absorption of water into the blood

by the kidneys

* oxytocin – to contract the uterus during childbirth and stimulate milk production

Ref: University of Maryland Medical Center

 

 

 

So, Why Would I Even Consider Using Fluoride?

 

I have to share more information on my experience with prevention of cavities.

This is why I am not completely on the side of “avoid fluoride like the plague” 

Even though I grew up in a family of dentists, that did not prevent me from having tooth decay.  I had many cavities filled with mercury amalgams. 

Many of the dentists in my family had dental work done in their own mouths, with metal bridges and frames. 

When I was in college, I wanted to prevent cavities on my sister who is 9 years younger than me. 

I got to experience how my little sister (who I took to my college as my guinea pig to fill out my Prevention Clinic school requirements), got NO cavities due to prevention education and from the benefits of topical application of fluoride.

She has never had a cavity and she is now 37. Note that it is no secret, all my family has gut dysbiosis. Antibiotics were and still are in some areas widely used and are sold over the counter in pharmacies in México. My point is when good oral microbes don’t exist, people are prone to cavities and fluoride can make a difference in their prevention.

Also, I saw prevention of cavities in all young patients treated with fluoride and prevention education. 

Being saved from cavities, prevented them from being subject to mercury amalgams and all other metals, plastics, and chemicals used to repair a tooth with cavities. 

Fluoride is one of the most unstable elements in the periodic table. It latches to calcium in apatite, the mineral in tooth enamel. It latches so strongly that it forms a compound called fluorapatite, and it is stronger than appatite alone. 

Fluorapatite is best formed when teeth are mineralized at a young age and we did not have further standard recommendations for fluoride applications in adulthood. 

Now it’s speculated that it also makes adult teeth stronger because it binds strongly to calcium. This is why they add it to toothpaste but these studies also strongly advise fluoridated water. I suggest against this, there should be plenty of natural sources of fluorine in a healthy diet. 

Some researchers and doctors advise against all fluoride. This quote comes from Harvard Medical.

“Fluoride seems to fit in with lead, mercury, and other poisons that cause chemical brain drain,” Grandjean says. “The effect of each toxicant may seem small, but the combined damage on a population scale can be serious, especially because the brainpower of the next generation is crucial to all of us.”

Some naturopaths feel very strongly about avoiding all kinds of fluoride and with good scientific reason. But also, as I said, it is about the benefits and pitfalls of using or not using fluoride. It’s about the timing and frequency and also the careful application. 

My opinion

When I was seeing patients in the dental clinic (a long time ago), application of fluoride was only recommended as a protocol of four applications during permanent teeth development time. 

No more fluoride applications after this time were necessary. More applications did not show substantial benefit in comparison to brushing and flossing daily and  implementation of a balanced diet without excessive amount of sugar and carbohydrates. 

We only applied topical fluoride to the surface of the teeth in varnish form with a brush, maintaining a dry surface area. Some fluoride maybe is still swallowed with this careful procedure but the doses of fluoride can’t be compared with drinking fluorinated water every day. Eventhough the ratios of fluoride in water are .7 parts per million, water is a constant source of unnaturally ingested fluoride. Also research shows that safe amounts of fluoride in water is at the .3 parts per million, not .7 parts per million.

In my opinion no amounts of fluoride should be added to water or toothpaste. Fluorine should come from organic food only. Some pesticides are fluorinated pesticides. 

This is what I did for my kids especially I needed to prevent cavities on permanent teeth on my son with cavities in baby teeth.

I followed fluoride applications only at the dentist in the form of topical gel. I asked the dentist to be careful, so they did not swallow the gel too much.

I asked for dry surface area using cotton around the application of fluorine. 

I stopped giving fluorine tablets

I don’t buy toothpaste with fluorine (except nobody really worries about my advice at home, so kids still brush with fluoridated toothpaste now and again when my toothpaste runs low).

Toothpaste is scary high in fluoride. “The most commonly used dental products, toothpastes, contain 900-1,100 ppm fluoride (ca. 0.10%), most often as sodium fluoride. If you swallow these products, you will be exposed to higher levels of fluoride. Swallowing toothpaste can account for a large percentage of the fluoride to which a child <8 years of age might be exposed. The Food and Drug Administration requires that toothpaste tubes be labeled with instructions to minimize ingestion of fluoride by children including the use of a “pea-sized” amount of paste and parental supervision of brushing”

I have a double filtration system in my house that filters fluoride. 

I trust foods as a natural way of obtaining fluorine in nature smart ways.

I work on their microbiome to address bone and mineral deficiencies. Two of my boys have very mild scoliosis. And I have bone issues, too (this is from a lack of microbiome).

In short I would skip all further fluoride encounters of all types. I have not had a fluoride application in about 25 years and I keep my teeth healthy by removing biofilms at least before every 24 hours (this is the time when bacteria in biofilm start secreting strong acids). Floss and brush

Another critical part of my oral health prevention routine is probiotics. Some probiotics I recommend to all and some after sensitivities to streptococci are addressed.

One amazing piece I discovered about my oral health was after gentle chelation of heavy metals therapy.

My breath is fresher longer. My tongue and oral tissues look healthier (I couldn’t achieve anything like this with the amount of dental studies, neither with probiotics).

You may follow my path if this is what you think would be best for you with the sources of information given.

All the best microbiome,

Adri.

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EATING IS A DANGEROUS BUSSINESS

As I fall apart in tears for someone I never met, I want to send my love and compassion to Reese’s parents, who lost their beautiful girl to party food on May 20th, 2021.

Reese was 13 years old and was about to finish her seventh grade. She ate the food she thought was safe at a cheerleader school party, and she passed after four days of cytokine storm from a nut allergy.

I don’t take even one second for granted that the sleepless nights of research on the microbiome, the emotional pain of closing the doors to social life, the pulling away from school for six years, the massive work to cook from scratch, the money invested in organic food, probiotics, nutritional supplements, biomedical and microbiome testing, have granted my ex-multiple food allergic son the ability to live a more normal life. But allergies to foods as we have experienced can fluctuate and return if insults to the digestive flora come back.

Yesterday as in many other episodes, I was again in tears. I had posted the ingredients in a Boba tea plastic cup I found on my son’s desk. My now new adult son has lost his allergies. Life has gotten a lot of fun for him, and his social life is now strong.

So why the tears?

Socializing involves sharing people’s favorite foods, ideologies, and places to eat and drink. Boba Tea is only one of the favorite places where teens and young adults meet regularly. And my son hangs out to enjoy the Taiwanese billion-dollar franchise’s fructose and processed ingredients drinks. His friends love to meet on this spot.

“Mom, I am exhausted from all the careful warnings; I want to live free from worry,” he said while we discussed the intense anxiety that I cause to him when I send through texting good quality articles and peer-reviewed studies and expand the view of dangerous ingredients in drinks or foods he chooses.

“What is the point of living then if you must be afraid every step of the way?” he intelligently continues to say. “May I prefer to live a shorter but fuller life or a life of constant carefulness and worry?”

Don’t take your freedom from food allergies for granted. And carry your allergy medication always anyway, I said.

So I don’t cause myself a mental and emotional breakdown, I reflect on the idea that I can only share my knowledge and try to explain what the buried research in microbiome and immunology is telling us.

I can only choose to be incredibly annoying to my young adult son and amplify the food labels to bring some awareness, hopefully.

I can only be proactive and become a health influencer to others and advocate for microbiome and environmental health.

But I can not decide neither I want to impose on others what I believe is the truth to food allergies.

So with a broken heart for Resse’s family and the week legs that the idea of my own son’s food allergies ever returning causes, I take some comfort in writing to you into my platform.

Suppose you or your loved one have allergies. Please look under the microbiome research and explore the toxicity the urban processed foods and lifestyle poses in millions of food allergy and chronic illness sufferers.

My deep condolences to all parents and families that have lost a child to food allergies

https://www.reesestrong.love/about-reese

https://www.gofundme.com/f/reese-langer-memorial

https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/gut-microbes-may-be-key-to-solving-food-allergies/

https://www.google.com/amp/s/nypost.com/2021/06/03/teen-dies-of-food-allergy-after-eating-dessert-at-cheer-banquet/amp/

https://www.google.com/amp/s/idahonews.com/amp/news/local/celebration-of-life-event-held-in-meridian-for-13-year-old-girl-she-wont-be-forgotten

https://immunology.sciencemag.org/content/5/45/eaay4209

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0091674919314101

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Asparagus and Turnips Soup

Asparagus and Turnip soup is delicious and nourishing. It can be enjoyed by those who have food sensitivities to the garnishes in this recipe (by just leaving them out). The turnips give the soup a creamy consistency and color that substitutes for the feeling of asparagus cream. For those who can have the garnishes, this recipe has added the garnishes on a separate section; that way, those who can have them, can add them at the end.

  • Prep Time10 min
  • Cook Time25 min
  • Total Time35 min
  • Ready in35
  • Yield10 servings
  • Serving Size1 cup
  • Course
    • Soup
    • Any time of the day
  • Suitable for Diet
    • Gluten Free
    • Low Calorie
    • Low Oxalate
    • Low Salycilate
    • Egg Free

Ingredients

For soup

  • 1 ½ pound of asparagus (about three bunches or 1 kilo plus 100 grams)
  • 2 liters of home-made chicken stock
  • 2 large turnips
  • 3 cloves of garlic roughly sliced
  • 1 onion roughly chopped
  • 2 Tablespoons of ghee or butter
  • 2 teaspoons of salt 

For the garnish

  • Blanched asparagus tips (from asparagus “For Soup”)
  • Sour cream (optional)
  • Grated cheddar cheese (optional)

Method

Chopping all veggies

1

Start by rinsing the asparagus and the turnips.

2

Trim the bottom fibrous/tough part off the asparagus and discard.

3

Trim the asparagus tips and place them aside (we will use the tips to garnish the soup).

4

Chop the onion and slice the garlic.

At the stove

5

Add the ghee to a large cooking pot.

6

Turn the heat to high until the pot heats, and the butter starts melting.

7

When the butter starts melting, reduce the heat to medium-low and add the onion and the garlic.

8

Sauté the onion and the garlic until it is translucent. 

9

Add the asparagus and sauté.

10

Add the turnips and sauté.

11

Add the chicken stock and simmer the soup in low heat until the asparagus and the turnips are soft.

At the blender

12

Blend the soup with a hand blender for a chunky consistency or blend in batches in a blender for a smooth texture.

*Note: If the asparagus and turnips are too fibrous, use a high-speed blender and strain the soup through a sieve.

***Add a teaspoon of sour cream, a pinch of pepper, and grated cheddar cheese for those who can have these foods.

Asparagus and Turnip Soup

Mexican Shrimp Cocktail

At times I crave a shrimp cocktail. It reminds me of holidays, sea and sand. This Mexican Shrimp Cocktail recipe is the healthiest shrimp cocktail you ever came across. We have adjusted all the ingredients to leave only the most nutritious and most nourishing of the savors.

  • Prep Time20 min
  • Cook Time5 min
  • Total Time25 min
  • Cuisine
    • Mexican
  • Suitable for Diet
    • Gluten Free
    • Low Calorie
    • Low Fat
    • Gluten-Free
    • Low Carb
    • Paleo
    • Gaps
    • SCD
    • Dairy Free

Ingredients

Pantry Ingredients

  • 2 cups of ketchup from Primal Kitchen Ketchup Organic and Unsweetened
  • 2 cups of clam juice from Bar Harbor Pure All-Natural Clam Juice
  • 2 Tablespoons of Organic Mustard
  • 1 pack of rice crackers from Organic Eduard & Son-Baked Brown Rice Snaps (Gluten-Free)
  • Cayenne pepper
  • Celtic Sea Salt to taste (I add 1/2 teaspoon) 

Perishables

  • 2 pounds of sustainable wild-caught shrimp
  • 1 extra-large onion (red of white) finely diced
  • 4 stalks of organic celery finely diced
  • 3 or 4 large fresh tomato diced small
  • 4 scallions sliced
  • 2 cucumbers peeled, de-seeded and, diced small
  • the juice of 2 limes
  • one bunch of fresh cilantro finely chopped
  • 3 cloves of freshly pressed garlic
  • 2 avocados some cubed and some sliced to decorate

Method

Cooking the shrimp

1
  1. Start by adding the 2 pounds of shrimp to a large pot and add filtered water until it covers all the shrimp by two inches of water.
  2. Place the pot on the stove on high heat and add a teaspoon of salt.
  3. When the water starts to boil, reduce the heat to medium until the shrimp cook to 137 F or 59 C
  4. When the shrimp gets to 137 F, cook it for another 2 minutes
  5. Strain the shrimp through a colander and let it cool on the countertop while you prepare the rest.

Preparing the Vegetables

2

Chop and prepare all the vegetables, onion, celery, tomato, scallions, cucumbers, tomato, cilantro and, add them to a large bowl where you will prepare the cocktail.

The dressing

3

Add the ketchup, clam juice, mustard, lime juice, garlic, and salt to a bowl and whisk all ingredients well.

Mixing all ingredients

4
  1. Add the dressing to the chopped vegetables and mix them with a spoon.
  2. Add the avocado 
  3. Serve in individual cocktail glasses or other 
  4. Decorate with a slice of lime and a slice of avocado.
  5. Add a pinch of cayenne for those who would like to have some. 
  6. Serve with rice snaps (rice crackers)

This recipe is fresh and light. It is a perfect dish for summer parties and family gatherings.

Mexican Shrimp Cocktail

Chicken Meatballs

Chicken meatballs are one of my kids favorite foods. They like to eat them at any time of the day. When they are eaten in broth and served with buckwheat, they can make a nourishing and nervous system calming meal.

  • Prep Time15 min
  • Cook Time20 min
  • Total Time35 min
  • Suitable for Diet
    • Gluten Free
    • Low Fat
    • Low Salicylate

Ingredients

For the soup

  • 1 yellow onion finely chopped
  • 6 cloves of garlic minced
  • fresh parsley
  • 1 egg1 litter of filtered water
  • 4 carrots
  • 2 stalks of celery diced
  • 2 cups of cooked roasted buckwheat

For the buckwheat

  • 1 cup of roasted Russian buckwheat

Method

For the meatball soup

1

Add the chicken meat to a glass bowl.

2

Add the onion, the garlic, the parsley, and the egg.

3

Mix the meat and form meat balls with your hands.

4

Place the meat balls in a casserole and add the water (or homemade chicken stock).

5

Turn on the stove on high.

6

When the water starts to boil, reduce the temperature and cover the pot with a lid. 

7

Add the carrots and the celery and cook until the carrots are al dente and the meatballs have arrived to 175 F (test with a kitchen thermometer).

For the buckwheat

8

Add one cup of roasted buckwheat to a pot.

9

Add 2 cups of filtered water and turn the stove on high.

10

When the water starts boiling reduce the heat and let the water evaporate and the buckwheat to cook.

11

When the water has completely evaporated and the buckwheat is cooked, take it off the stove ring and cover the pot with a lid.

12

Serve the soup over a spoon or two of steamed buckwheat. 

This is a simple and delicious recipe for loving your tummy.

Chicken Meatball Soup

Chicken Fajitas

Chicken fajitas are usually made with chicken breast, like the recipe here.

But they can also be made the day you make chicken stock.
If you buy a whole chicken, you can butcher the chicken and use the breast, thighs, and leg meat for fajitas. Then the bones and the meat that is left on the bones can be used to make the chicken broth. You can make soup and the main dish (fajitas in this case)  with one whole chicken. Buying a whole chicken is less expensive. Then the bones left after straining the broth can be blended in the Vitamix and given as a bone meal to your dog.

  • Prep Time10 min
  • Cook Time15 min
  • Total Time25 min
  • Cuisine
    • Mexican
  • Course
    • Breakfast
    • Main Course
  • Suitable for Diet
    • Gluten Free
    • Low Calorie
    • Low Fat
    • Low Salicylate
    • Low Oxalate
    • Dairy Free

Ingredients

  • 2 tablespoons of organic cold-pressed extra virgin olive oil
  • 1 large onion sliced
  • 3 cloves of garlic pressed or finely sliced
  • 5 chicken breasts halves cut in thin strips 
  • salt to taste
  • 1 organic orange bell pepper sliced
  • 1 organic red bell pepper sliced
  • 1 green bell pepper sliced
  • A bunch of carefully washed and chopped cilantro
  • The juice of 2 limes
  • Pepper to taste can be added at the end for those not on low salicylate diets.

Method

Preparing the spices

1

In a large skillet, heat the olive oil in medium heat

2

Add the onion and the garlic and sauté until translucent.

3

Add the sliced chicken and add salt and pepper

4

When the chicken is half cooked add the bell peppers (orange, red, and green).

5

Cook the chicken thoroughly until it gets to 175 F and cook for 5 minutes.

6

Take it out of the flame and cover the pan with a lid.

Your fajitas are ready! Serve them hot,

Chicken Fajitas