Santa Hildegarda de Bingen abadesa del Siglo XII, writer, philosopher, doctor and composer is one of the best known women in the Middle Ages in Germany. Some German doctors have spent 40 years applying their teachings in the field of dietary and are increasingly interested in the benefits of the curative cuisine of this teutona abbess
Despite living in a convent from the age of eight, Santa Hildegarda, not only composed symphonies and wrote books of theology, but also wrote a treatise on medicine and another on food. In the latter, Santa Hildegarda explains what foods are healthy to eat and which are not.
In addition, this nun attributes healing powers to food. The spelt, for example, helps to make good digestions and to level the constants in the blood. For Santa Hildegarda the spelt is the best food. There are many qualities of this cereal, but it highlights that it has the 8 essential amino acids and is the only one that contains tryptophan that is a serotonin inhibitor. So they also call it the cereal of joy, since eating spelt is more cheerful. It should be noted that not all the spelt is worth, but only the unhibridled.
In his book called Physica, Santa Hildegarda from Bingen, review a long list of plants, trees and animals. For each of them, it says whether it is advisable or not to eat it. Giantess Videos and comics
For example, it recommends eating chestnuts as they are good for the head. It also frequently recommends taking the hinox as vegetables and the hinox seed as infusion. However, it does not recommend eating pots or strawberries as it says that they do not feel good to man. She gives a whole argument based on the 4 elements of nature, as well as the constitution of man.
It also makes distinctions between foods that can be eaten when one is sick and those that can be eaten when he is healthy.
In this way, in his writings this nun says that, the apple can be eaten by healthy and sick, while the fig only feels good to the people who are convalescent since this gives them strength.
It also mentions that ideal breakfast is a kind of papylla that she calls ‘habermus’ and whose recipe you will also find on the above-mentioned website.
Finally, there is a ban on you from eating raw food. Less a few fruits, everything should be cooked or precooked. For example, the salad seasoned with oil, vinegar and salt would be enough. As long as you let the vinegar be on the salad for 5 minutes, so that the salad is “precuous”.
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Santa Hildegarda and his World highlights the benefits of healing cuisine
Santa Hildegarda de Bingen abadesa del Siglo XII, writer, philosopher, doctor and composer is one of the best known women in the Middle Ages in Germany. Some G
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