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Murray Method Probiotic Glucose Buster Bowl

Updated: Jul 4, 2023


We absolutely adore taking these Murray Method Probiotic Glucose Buster Bowls with us wherever we go, whether it's a beach outing or a picnic in the park. They're incredibly convenient to pack on ice and enjoy on the move.


The beauty of these bowls is their versatility—they can be savored for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. And if you're having them for breakfast, consider adding an egg for an extra boost of protein. 🍳


These bowls are a true powerhouse: they're incredibly satiating, packed with protein, low in carbs, rich in healthy fats, and loaded with beneficial probiotics.


Here's an added bonus: these bowls are designed to keep your blood sugar levels stable, ensuring a happy and satisfied tummy. 🙌


In fact, I personally tested my blood glucose using a continuous glucose monitor several times before and after enjoying these bowls, and I was amazed to see that my blood sugar levels actually dropped!


Of course, individual responses to foods may vary, but I found this result to be truly remarkable. No other foods have had this effect on my blood sugar levels.


Ingredients:

  • 6 oz canned wild Alaskan salmon rinsed

  • ½ avocado sliced

  • 2 tbsp *raw organic sauerkraut

  • 2 tbsp *kimchi

  • 1-2 *pickle spears chopped

  • ¼ cup probiotic containing cottage cheese (example Nancy’s)

  • 6 organic cherry tomatoes halved

  • 2-3 stalks organic celery chopped

  • ¼ cup organic black beans, rinsed

  • Chopped organic sweet onion

  • 1-2 cups organic arugula chopped

  • 2 tsp lemon juice

  • 1 tbsp organic hemp seeds

  • Season with sea salt and pepper


Directions:


1. Simply mix all of the ingredients together. Keep cold if not consuming immediately.


NOTES:

If dairy sensitive, eliminate the cottage cheese

Can substitute certified wild-caught sardines in 100% olive oil drained for the salmon.


Makes 1 serving


*Ensure the sauerkraut, kimchi, pickles, and cottage cheese contain probiotics.

Look for the words “live cultures” or the actual probiotics listed on the label. Find these in the refrigerated section of a market.




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