When you feel like you physically just can’t go on and now it is time to eat… Get prepared by making a healthy and great tasting meal or snack you can keep for days

Picture of Garden Vegetable Soup Recipe 

 Adrenal Fatigue, chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia are conditions that share multiple symptoms.  One major and debilitating symptom is unrelenting fatigue.  If you suffer from chronic syndromes such as these, you must eat balanced and regular meals, and low levels in blood sugar can be improved by eating well and at more frequent intervals. I know this from experience.  There was a time, prior to actually finding a concrete diagnosis of adrenal fatigue, that I just could not eat.  I was so thin, exhausted, and nauseated when I accidently stumbled onto a doctor that recognized my symptoms as adrenal fatigue. I was in the final stages of adrenal fatigue which can be life threatening.  I was told I had to eat! I prepared this soup in the mornings, because that was the time of the day I would actually feel strong enough to be up and about and in my kitchen without feeling as if I were going to pass out or experience severe nausea.  I learned I must utilize these higher energy periods of each day. The following vegetable soup recipe has proved beneficial for adrenal support. This is a soup, called “Taz,” and comes from Dolores S. Downey’s “Balancing body chemistry with nutrition” seminars.  I strongly recommend using organic broth and vegetables. Unfortunately, a majority of food today contains herbicides and pesticides which are used to produce the best looking fruit and vegetables possible.  Pretty produce sells, but it is not as healthily as organic.  Adrenal fatigue, chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia sufferers may be more sensitive to these contaminants. 

 Adrenal Recovery Soup “Taz”

16 oz. green beans

1 cup chopped celery

1 zucchini, sliced

1 medium onion, chopped*

1 cup tomato juice

1 cup spring water

2 tbsp. raw honey

1 tsp. paprika

1 cup chicken broth  

 Combine ingredients and simmer for one hour until vegetables are tender.

 I recommend making Adrenal Recovery Soup each week and storing it in meal size, easy- to-use containers.  The truth of the matter is when our blood sugar drops and we feel as if we are dying, the last thing we may be able to do is prepare a meal for ourselves.  The Adrenal Recovery Soup helps balance the body and assures we are eating a meal that will not cause our bodies to breach our metabolic threshold.  If you have an allergy or sensitivity to an ingredient such as onions – eliminate it. I had a high sensitivity to onions, for many years.  In my recent book “All In My Mind”,  I talk about the importance of journaling,  so you will be able pinpoint the exact effects of foods and even the effects of other people and situations in your life. I will be on your side during your journey of adrenal fatigue, because this is a real syndrome. I want to teach you how to become better prepared for the times you may not feel you can go on. You can read more about my journey @ www.jenbusch.com,   Soon I will be asking for you to share recipes that you have found to be beneficial for adrenal fatigue, chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia sufferers.

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Jennifer E. Busch, at a young age, was recruited by a national publishing company and leading trade publication. She was rapidly promoted to the position of National Sales Manager. Jennifer married Dr. Richard E. Busch III, in 1996, and together they founded and developed a leading chiropractic clinic that is now nationally recognized for its successful nonsurgical treatment of chronic and severe disc conditions, the DRS Protocol™. Jennifer is also an international marketing and development consultant for healthcare practitioners. Jennifer Busch has survived her own journey with adrenal fatigue, chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia and now provides hope in her book, All in My Mind? How to Overcome Adrenal Fatigue, Chronic Fatigue and Fibromyalgia, which she has dedicated to thousands who are suffering needlessly. Only through her determination and never-ending faith did she discover the truth and uncover the causes and then treatments that would help her once again lead a normal active life
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One Response to When you feel like you physically just can’t go on and now it is time to eat… Get prepared by making a healthy and great tasting meal or snack you can keep for days

  1. Ferne White says:

    Heard you tonight. I’m the lady Lori mentioned. So encouraging to hear your story

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