Healthy Tinnitus Recipes

Healthy Tinnitus Recipes: Beef with Broccoli Recipe

While there is no cure for tinnitus, there are treatments to help offer relief. New ways to reduce or manage the sounds associated with this condition are continually being sought out and developed. One option is to watch what you eat, with a heavy focus on nutritious foods. What you put into your body affects everything else. For example, for those with Meniere’s disease-related tinnitus, they need to watch their intake of salt to help control their symptoms. Recent studies have revealed that nutrition can help improve tinnitus symptoms. Luckily, there is plenty of healthy tinnitus recipes out there that can help satisfy your hunger and may help out with your tinnitus symptoms.

This delicious beef with broccoli recipe is a classic. A healthy and hearty meal, this recipe is packed with antioxidants, B12, and folate. Nutrients you need to help improve your tinnitus symptoms!

Healthy Tinnitus Recipes: Beef with Broccoli Recipe

Ingredients:

• 1 pound of broccoli florets
• 1 pound of trimmed and thinly sliced flank steak
• 3 Tbsp. of unfiltered apple cider
• ½ cup of low-sodium soy sauce or soy-free alternative (i.e., coconut aminos, liquid aminos)
• ½ cup of beef broth
• 2 minced cloves of garlic
• 1 Tbsp. of minced fresh ginger
• 3 Tbsp. of coconut oil
• 2 Tbsp. of coconut sugar
• ¼ cup of cornstarch
• Himalayan pink salt (to taste)
• Toasted sesame seeds (optional)
• Chow Mein or rice for serving

Directions:

1. In a large bowl, mix the unfiltered apple cider, soy sauce, coconut sugar, cornstarch, garlic, and the ginger.
2. Pour half of the mixture over the sliced meat in a bowl and toss. Set aside the other half to save for later.
3. In a wok or a heavy skillet, heat the coconut oil over high heat. Stir in the broccoli for a minute, and then remove to a plate.
4. Make sure the skillet or wok is very hot to cook the beef on. Once it’s up to temperature, use a pair of tongs to add the meat in a single layer, spread out along the skillet or wok. Cook for 30 seconds to a minute, and then turn the meat. Cook for another 30 seconds and remove to a plate.
5. Take the other half of the reserved mixture and pour it into the skillet or wok. Add in the beef broth and cook over high heat until it thickens. Add in the beef and broccoli and toss to coat.
6. Serve over Chow Mein or rice, and if desired, sprinkle with toasted sesame seeds before serving. Salt to taste.

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