Lupine and all the substitute products made from it are now almost as ubiquitous as soy and soy products.
Lupine as a coffee substitute, lupine in milk and meat substitutes, in seasonings, etc. – their area of application is expanding more and more and the fact that it is advertised as a regional substitute for soy makes it even more attractive for many.
It’s only understandable that you’re inclined to use the range of products when you’re switching to an anti-viral and antibacterial diet, as recommended by Anthony William. Especially because soy is eliminated.
Is lupine a no-food?
Lupine is not included in the list of no-foods. However, there are a few flakes and spreads made from lupine beans on Anthony William’s Amazon recommendation page for emergency foods. So it doesn’t seem to be the worst.
Nevertheless, lupine products are heavily processed and the coffee substitute also requires a high level of processing.
In addition, the lupine was originally not suitable for consumption and was heavily modified and bred to make it edible.
Therefore, the lupine is not to be considered recommended within the scope of the Medical Medium guidelines unless it is an emergency.
Author: Sabine Menzel