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    Douglas Gray
    Douglas Gray

    I have been buying Organic Pastures Raw Kefir and blending it with flax oil. It seems to me that it fully emulsifies and the oil does not separate out, so this is a good way to do the dairy/flax oil blend. I have not strained the kefir as it does not seem necessary. Has anyone else tried this?

    Sincerely,

    Douglas

    aspendougy@gmail.com

    #16644
    Budwig
    Budwig

    Hello Douglas…the important thing to keep in mind is that certain dairy products have the sulfurated protein that activates the flaxseed oil. You can find a list of these dairy products and you will notice that Kefir is not on the list.

    Sulfur-Protein Content (of various foods)
    http://www.fosube.com/sulfur-proteins.html

    WHEY: This could be a very good replacement for Cottage cheese. (see more on Whey at the end of this report). The SOLGAR Cold Filtered brand is a good choice. You need much less Whey, in fact 2 tablespoons of Whey to 3 Tablespoons of Flaxseed is the ratio. We recommend you mix with presoaked flaxseeds. Soak 3 tablespoons of flaxseed or better still 2 tablespoons of flaxseeds and 1 tablespoon of Chia seeds (see information on Chia seeds at the end of this report) for at least 4 hours. Then mix with a stick blender the presoaked seeds with 1 tablespoon of Whey powder. After mixing for about a minute you could add a teaspoon of raw honey or berries, juice of ½ lemon, fruit (fresh pineapple juice is loaded with enzyme), etc., to taste. The Budwig Muesli creates natural oxygen in the body and cancer does not like oxygen. Open 2 capsules of cordyceps 500mg and mix into your muesli. (see more on cordyceps at the end of this report)

    BEE POLLEN: If this small amount of Whey still bothers you or you want to totally avoid all dairy, then replace the cottage cheese with 2 tablespoon of fresh bee pollen. Mix for a minute with the 3 tablespoons of presoaked flaxseeds (or 2 tablespoons of flaxseeds and 1 tablespoon of Chia seeds). After mixing until the bee pollen and seeds are well blended, you could add a teaspoon of raw honey or berries, juice of ½ lemon, fruit (fresh pineapple juice is loaded with enzyme), etc., to taste. Open 2 capsules of cordyceps 500mg and mix into your muesli. Once the bee pollen and presoaked flaxseeds are well blended, it is best to add all of this to a fruit smoothie for better taste and texture.

    BROWN RICE PROTEIN: If this small amount of Whey still bothers you or you want to totally avoid all dairy, then you could also replace the cottage cheese with 2 tablespoon of brown rice protein powder. Mix for a minute with the 3 tablespoons of presoaked flaxseeds (or 2 tablespoons of flaxseeds and 1 tablespoon of Chia seeds). After mixing for about a minute you could add a teaspoon of raw honey to taste. Open 2 capsules of cordyceps 500mg and mix into your muesli. Once the brown rice and presoaked flaxseeds are well blended, it is best to add all of this to a green smoothie otherwise the taste and texture will be too dry and lacking flavor.
    Dr. Budwig discovered that the cottage cheese contained the sulfur protein that when mixed with the flaxseeds there was a chemical reaction that when consumed it flooded the body with oxygen.

    #16770

    tiffany.redel@yahoo.com

    Hi Douglas,

    You can use Kefir as long as it emulsifies, but it is not the preferred method. Most people who substitute it are lactose intolerant.

    We have worked with many who will make their own kefir cottage cheese, and that is also easier to blend than just straight kefir. If you do use the just the straight kefir I would recommend letting it sit for a couple of minutes to make sure you still have no floating oil.

    I use the organic kefir for prevention and convenience, but when working with people who have cancer we always recommend cottage cheese first. The ratio for the cottage cheese to the flax oil is 2:1 and if you substitute kefir you will need 6-8oz per 2 TBSP of oil. If you are also just using for maintenance you would need 1 tbsp of oil per 100 pounds. (adjusting the kefir/cheese accordingly)

    In all of Dr. Budwigs books (3 of them) I saw no mention of soaking flax seeds nor was chia seeds used in her original work.

    Blessings,

    Tiffany Redel
    http://www.cellectbudwig.com
    Road to Health Inc.

    #110571

    Carmen

    there is lactose free cottage cheese for sale now. if you're lactose intolerant, you can use that

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