Ampalaya is also known as Bitter Melon and Bitter Gourd. It is actually a vegetable often used in Chinese medicine as it is a powerful tool for the treatment of Type 2 Diabetes. In fact, the Primed Lifestyle is about stabilizing your blood sugars (and mood), boosting your immune system to better fight disease and thereby helping you to live longer and better. Many Primed clients are no longer diabetic through the easily sustained protocols, of which eating nutrient dense vegetables is one.
Ampalaya also known as Bitter Melon and Bitter Gourd
Onions and Garlic
Salt and Pepper
Optional Ginger and Turmeric
Simply sautee your onion and garlic then add the cut up Ampalaya.
Please use Coconut Oil and never artery clogging Vegetable Oil.
1. I loved my Ampalaya with Coconut Oil Fried Eggs and Cream Cheese.
2. It was also excellent with Roasted Squash, Onion and Garlic. I also added Beef and Kimchi.
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