Here is a recipe that is said to help prevent and assist recovery from heart attacks. It is a vegetable soup called “Medistrone.” The creator of this soup, James A. Duke, Ph. D., has this to say about it: There is no recipe for this soup. You simply take appropriate ingredients and combine them into any number of delicious soups. The idea is to concentrate on seasonal vegetables and make a little different each time, so you never get tired of this healthful dish.
There are no measurements given for this soup, so you can use your own measurements.
Garlic and Onions reduce blood pressure and cholesterol. Red Pepper prevents blood clots that could trigger heart attack and the GABA in tomatoes and many other soup vegetables, according to studies, reduce blood pressure and help strengthen the heart muscle.
“To Medistrone’s” tomato base, we add the above vegetables that help reduce blood pressure. Many of these vegetables are high in Glutathione.
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All the listed vegetables above that you might use in “Medistrone” are low in fat and have little or no cholesterol, so they can help control weight, blood pressure and cholesterol. So if you are worried about heart attack, do have “Medistrone” meals once or twice a week or more if you want. Replacing a few meat or cheese meals a week with “Medistrone”, may reduce your risk of heart attack by about 20 percent.