I'm Diane Hoch, and this is healthy lunch for sick people. Mung beans are a great source of fiber, iron and protein, all important components when looking to eat healthy. Fresh carrots, onions, celery, garlic, along with the herbs and spices in this dish will truly assist you if you're feeling under the weather. First we're gonna take our olive oil, and we're gonna put it in the pan which is already on medium-high heat. And we're going to add our onions and saute a little bit, add our garlic, and then continue to saute 'till translucent, about two, three minutes. Then we're going to add our carrots, and our celery, along with vegetable stock. We're going to bring it to a boil, cover, lower and simmer for about 20 minutes. After 20 minutes we're going to add our mung beans, our freshly chopped oregano, our turmeric and coriander. Mix this dish up nice, cover it again for an additional five minutes, just to heat it up, and then uncover. We're then going to take our freshly chopped parsley, fold it into the dish nice, and then that's it. Beautiful, serve in a bowl and yum. Mung beans are a fantastic bean, a lesser known bean that are quite detoxifying. In fact, in Chinese medicine it's known as one of the most detoxifying foods that you can eat. So when you mix that with a rainbow of vegetables and spices, you're hiking up your nutritional value to be a phenomenal dish for anyone who's feeling under the weather.