Study title and authors:
Relapsed Schizophrenics: More Rapid Improvement on a Milk- and Cereal-free Diet
F. C. DOHAN M.D., F.A.C.P.1, J. C. GRASBERGER M.D.2, F. M. LOWELL M.D.3, H. T. JOHNSTON Jnr. Ph.D.4, and ANN W. ARBEGAST B.S.5
This paper can be accessed at: http://bjp.rcpsych.org/cgi/content/abstract/115/522/595
Schizophrenic men made a more rapid recovery on a milk & cereal free diet, than those on a high cereal diet.
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Recipe of the day
Kombu Egg Soup
■3-4 cups water
■2 cups beef stock (more for richer stock; chicken stock may be substituted)
■1 five-inch long piece of dried kombu, cut into thin (1/2”) strips
■1/2 teaspoon (or to taste) miso paste
■1 carrot, pre-cooked or raw, sliced into discs (carrots saved from home-made stock work perfectly)
■4-6 hard boiled eggs, peeled but left whole (preferably from pastured hens)
■Sea salt to taste
Add miso paste and stir.
Simmer for four minutes. Stir once more, then remove kombu pieces from broth or leave them in. Your choice.
Add carrots and whole eggs and simmer for four more minutes. Turn off heat, add salt to taste and stir well.
Pour into large soup bowls and savor as the steam lifts your spirits! The warm, rich broth is the perfect foil for the dry yolk.