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Runtime: 5m 29s | Release date: 2015

This segment features: James Colquhoun, Laurentine ten Bosch.

The Potassium Balance soup that we’ve created is super simple to prepare and has minimal ingredients, so it also cuts on cost. We recommend making the whole 3-day batch in one go, so that you can save time in the kitchen and don’t have to worry about preparing dinner for the following nights. This also helps people who have busy schedules and just need to have everything prepared and ready to go. Your body is going to love this soup! It’s based on physician Henry Bieler’s "Bieler Broth", and provides an ideal combination of minerals for restoring acid-alkaline and sodium-potassium balance to the body’s organs and glands.

This vegetarian soup should take you approximately 40 minutes - from chopping your vegetables to being in your bowl, ready to enjoy.

Who is Henry Bieler?

Henry Bieler (1893-1975) was a prominent American physical, best known for his book "Food Is Your Medicine". He was an advocate of using food to treat diseases. He is one of the pioneers in alternative medicine who used non-pharmaceutical, diet-based therapies to cure and control diseases such as diabetes, asthma and cancer. He was a true believer that the human body has an inherent capacity for health, and that disease can be cured through proper nutrition. He even helped numerous celebrities such as Anthony Quinn, Lucille Ball and Greta Garbo.

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James Colquhoun
Laurentine ten Bosch

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Karol Avalon | 4 months ago
Hello, I always read that miso should be added at the end of the recipe and not cooked (simmered). Your thoughts please. Thanks.
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Pauline Balidiong | FMTV | 4 months ago
Hello, Karol! On this recipe, you may use salt or miso paste. If you use salt, you may mix this together with the rest of the ingredients, while if you use miso paste, you can add it after you have taken the soup from the fire :) ~ Pauline@FMTV
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Karol Avalon | 4 months ago
Thank you, Pauline. I'm having the soup now!!! Yum!!!
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Emily Holler | 11 months, 2 weeks ago
Hey guys,
I have a chronic LPR reflux problem. I have been advised to stay away from vinegar, lemons and limes to avoid irritating my esophagus which is already very damaged. Can I just leave these components out of the detox plan? I tried using them today and found it has flared things up. Thanks, Emily
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Ivory David | FMTV | 11 months, 2 weeks ago
Hello Emily, we are sorry to know about this, yes, you may omit the vinegar. This might also help: http://bit.ly/2ub7SUZ. We wish you wellness ~ Ivory
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Sylvia Frey | 1 year, 1 month ago
Hi,
Thank you for this great detox!
Why do we have to take off the leaves of the celery? Could those be used in the salad as they are quite bitter, too? It seems a waste to just throw them away.
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Joyce Ann Solomon | FMTV | 1 year, 1 month ago
Hello Sylvia, feel free to alter the recipe according to your preference. You may use the extra part on vegetable broth and on your salad as well :) ~ Joyce
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Karen Fiore | 1 year, 8 months ago
If I could not get green beans can I substitute broccoli?
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Pauline Balidiong | FMTV | 1 year, 8 months ago
Hello Karen, yes you can. Asparagus or kale would be great, too! :)
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Bette Madigan | 1 year, 8 months ago
I love how you give the short cut tips. And making the soup for 3 days Yum
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