Archives: Feb '14

Dried Apple

Apples are of great benefit to the digestive system. The excellent supply of pectin and malic acid both stimulate the digestive system and cleanse the digestive system by eliminating toxins from the small intestine. Whenever you have a weak digestive system, let the apple give you strength. Pectin is a soluble fibre, apples contain 0.78…

February 20, 2014

Coconut

Coconut is a very satisfying food, it would be nearly impossible to eat a whole coconut. The rich supply of saturated fats is the main reason. Coconut contains 32 g of fat with 30 g as saturated fats, with no polyunsaturated fats and 2 g mono fats. Ideally, saturated fats are best avoided as they…

February 20, 2014

Walnuts

Walnuts are a valuable food for many reasons, the excellent supply of omega 3, 5.5 g is unique, as most nuts and foods supply none or only a trace amount of omega 3. Walnuts are the richest nut source of both the ‘essential fatty acids’. Walnuts are an omego 3 treat as they need no…

February 20, 2014

Macadamia

Macadamia nuts are soft inside, full of monounsaturated lipids, 60 g from a total 76 g with polyunsaturated 3 g and saturated 13 g, but, no cholesterol and no risk of free radicals, unless they are really roasted. Macadamia nuts raw, are the richest nut source of monounsaturated lipids. They are nearly a unique source…

February 20, 2014

Cashews

Raw cashews have less fat than most nuts. Cashews supply 65% unsaturated fats, with 90% in the form of oleic acid, ideal for energy and reduced cholesterol. Cashews supply omega 6, 8 g with a trace of omego 3. Roasted cashews are nice but the increase in free radicals is a problem, however, the rich…

February 20, 2014

Almonds

Almonds Almonds are alkaline and for this reason alone, the almond nut in the raw state is a great food, ideal for obtaining the 75% alkaline daily food balance. All foods except fruits, vegetables and rice are acid forming, the almond is a great exception. An alkaline body balance promotes natural healing. Almonds are also…

February 12, 2014