Some recipes may also be vegan, vegetarian, raw, low sulfur, or candida approved.
Time to make: 10 minutes
Remove kale leaves from stem and place in a big pot on the stove on medium-high heat (No.7) with salt, pepper and olive oil. Stir often. Once Kale begins to pop, reduce heat to medium (No.5) and add fresh garlic. Wait about 2 minutes until garlic has become fragrant, then reduce heat to medium low (No. 2) for another 2 minutes with the lid on the pot. Kale will be finished when it has completely lost its volume, turns dark green, and before it begins to brown. Remove kale from stove and correct seasoning.
Recipes for chronic Lyme and candida -- Gluten, dairy, and sugar free!
Part of healing from chronic Lyme disease -- or candida -- involves being conscious of one's diet. While there isn't much, if any, studies proving what the ideal diet for chronic Lyme is, the general consensus from Lyme physicians and boots on the ground is that a gluten free, dairy free, and sugar (processed) free diet works best.
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