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Anti-Inflammatory Immunity Booster!! Quick meals for working mom's/dad's!

Updated: May 31, 2022

If you pay attention to the diseases that run in your family you can trace them all back to a common thread. THE FOOD WE EAT. That common thread is the essence of what we’ve put in the body over the last 400+ years.

As much as we love the foods we grew up on, they are the leading cause of death in america. If we make minor changes slowly they will lead to big changes long term for generations to come.

This recipe is so easy to follow and CHEAP! Eating healthy IS NOT EXPENSIVE when done correctly.


6 Chicken breast (boneless)

6 Fresh Garlic cloves

1 1/2 Tbsp. Fresh Ginger

4 Fresh Tomatoes (small)

2 whole lemons (juice)

6 Peppers (red ,yellow, green)


1 1/2 tbsp. Virgin Olive Oil

4 Green onions

3 Celery stalks

Season to taste: Smoked Paprika, Garlic Powder, Onion Powder, Cumin, Turmeric , Dried Sage, Curry Powder, Pepper, Pink Himalayan Salt, Cajun seasoning.🧂

Follow theses visual directions:

Written directions coming soon in part 2!

Let's learn more about our ingredients PART 1.



Originally from central Asia but is now cultivated worldwide commercially for cooking. Garlic is grown by carefully dividing the bulb and harvested late summer. It's key Constituents are:

Vitamins C,A,E and B.


Volatile oil (alliin, allicin, allinase)


Key Actions:

Expels words



Increases sweating

Lowers blood pressure

Reduces blood clotting


Use regularly in cooking to aid in the reduction of high cholesterol levels and boost the immune system.

More on Garlic coming soon!


Thought to be native to India, lemon trees were first grwon in Europe in the second century CE and are now cultivated in subtropical and Mediterranean climates. Lemons are harvested in the winter when the vitamin C content is at it's highest.

Key Constituents



Volatile oil ( about 2.5% of the peel). Limonene (up to 70% ). Citral, Alpha-pinene, Alpha-terpinene


Vitamins A,B1,B2,B3,& C (40-50 mg per 100g of fruit)

Key Actions:

Reduces fever





More on lemon coming soon! Stay tuned for part two! I hope your ready!

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