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© Copyright Bee Wilder, Extensive Revisions September 24, 2012

Contains: 19 grams of protein, 65 grams of fat and 4 grams of carbs.

Contrary to popular belief, Eggs Are Not a Likely Source of Salmonella Contamination.

Special Instructions for Digestive Problems

If you have digestive problems, i.e. upset stomach, acid reflux, heartburn, gas, bloating, etc. it is important that you cook the all spices (cinnamon, nutmeg, stevia, etc.) prior to adding them to this recipe in order to break down their cell walls, that are fibers, called cellulose, that humans cannot digest, as explained in Raw Versus Cooked Carbs/Plant Foods – see the Alternative Preparations below this recipe.

Also see important notes below.

Ingredients

  • 3 large whole eggs (or 4 medium size), preferably “organic” or “certified organic” free-range.
  • 2 tablespoons unrefined coconut oil
  • 2 tablespoons unsalted butter (should be organic or certified organic, but preferably unpasteurized)
  • 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon, or to taste
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground nutmeg, or to taste
  • 1 pinch of green stevia leaf powder, or to taste
  • 2 to 2 ½ cups of boiled water

Other spices can be added to suit your taste, i.e. ground clove, allspice, ginger, etc.

All spices and dried herbs must be organic or certified organic from the health store, because all commercial products are irradiated (zapped with radiation) that change and damage the body’s cells if consumed.

Preparation

For people with digestive problems see the “alternative preparation” below.

  1. Boil water.
  2. Put all ingredients in a blender except the water.
  3. Carefully pour in boiled water [the amount of water can be more or less, depending upon whether you like a thin or thick drink], but be careful not to put too much in the blender or food processor since it will spurt out the top more easily. Filling it to not more than 3 cups seems to work well.
  4. Close the cover well, pulse it at first, and then blend it for 15-20 seconds.

This drink keeps well in a thermos for several hours, and it can be kept in the refrigerator for up to 3 days.
Since it tends to separate it may need to be stirred well or blended again before drinking it.

If you prefer the drink cold, put it in the refrigerator to cool it down. Stir well before drinking it.

Alternative Preparation for Digestive Problems

  1. Heat water in a pot or kettle until it is steaming.
  2. Pour a small amount of steaming water into the bottom of a small saucepan, and add spices, i.e. cinnamon, nutmeg, stevia, etc., mixing them into the water with a small whisk or fork. It will be thick.
  3. Turn another burner on high heat and let it get hot.
  4. Add enough steaming water to the spice mixture so it is about 1 cup total, and mix it well.
  5. Put the spice mixture on the hot burner.
  6. Once it starts to boil, turn down the heat a little (to #8 on the stove dial), and cook it for 4 minutes. It will be gelatin-like and gloppy like egg whites, which means the cell walls are getting broken down. Keep mixing it with a fork or whisk while it is cooking.
  7. Turn off the burner under the pan or kettle of water since it has boiled by now.
  8. Meanwhile, put the eggs, unrefined coconut oil and butter in the blender or food processor.
  9. When the spice mixture is done, pour it into the blender—it will be thick and goopy, so be careful when you pour it in.
  10. Add more hot water, up to no more than 3 cups, so you can easily blend it without it spurting out the top.
  11. Close the cover well, pulse it at first, and then blend it for 15-20 seconds.

Important Notes:

  • Eggs, unrefined coconut oil, butter, and spices are healing foods that create natural healing and detoxification reactions in some people, particularly if you are unhealthy. You cannot avoid such reactions, however they can be more tolerable by starting with small amounts of butter and coconut oil, and slowly increasing them. Start with 1 teaspoon of each (or less) in this Egg Drink, which is one meal, to a maximum of 2 tablespoons of each. The maximum “therapeutic dose” of unrefined coconut oil for unhealthy people is 5.5 tablespoons per day, always split between 3 meals per day. To understand this see Healing Foods, Herbs & Spices Create Healing Reactions.
  • The reason some people react to eggs is because they are high in sulphur (a mineral), and sulphur is very important for the body’s detoxification processes that increases natural healing and detoxifying reactions in some people. You cannot avoid such reactions, however they can be more tolerable by starting with 1 egg yolk or 1 teaspoon of an egg yolk 3 times a day with meals, and by slowly increasing them.
  • Unrefined coconut oil goes into the bloodstream quicker than other fats and oils because it does not need digestive enzymes, nor bile, in order to be absorbed into the bloodstream like other fats and oils do. Some coconut oil is absorbed through the mouth and some in the stomach, but most of it goes from the first part of small intestines (duodenum) through the lymphatic system directly into the bloodstream. That is why unrefined coconut oil increases natural healing and detoxification reactions quicker than other oils or fats. Note: If you start with small amounts and slowly increase them your reactions will be more tolerable.
  • All ingredients can be lowered, if needed. If you are unhealthy and just starting on unrefined coconut oil or get healing reactions to eggs, start with 1 egg (or 1 teaspoon of egg yolk), 1 teaspoon of coconut oil, 1 teaspoon of butter, less water and spices, and slowly increase them until you are adding the full amounts in the recipe above.
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