A satisfying, simple vegetarian stew served over whole grains. Of course you can add tempeh, tofu, shrimp, chicken, lamb, beef or chickpeas. Millet is one of those under-utilized grains that is alkalizing, easy on the digestive system, somewhat foreign to us, but “friendly” when combined with something we already know and love like rice. Too many ingredients? Not really. Lots of spices, but the veggies and grains are “ordinary” and I bet you have all these ingredients in your kitchen as a matter of course. Yes, I do use organic veggies, and if you can, you are getting higher nutrient values.
So I talked about food last month, and tried to dispel some of the myths about what you should and should not eat. This month, I’d like to recommend five ways to use supplements to reduce cholesterol. As always, I like to start with the ones that are the most holistic, that have the most side benefits, that best promote a state of general health in addition to dropping your cholesterol. For those who prefer the quick fix, I’ll eventually get to the ones that are quick and easy and efficient, and can drop your numbers in two or three pills a day.