There is many debates whether or not food is considered I find interesting helpful.

 

What I find interesting is that people can make statements such as ” you are what you eat” … food is fuel.. but yet the one thing is that food is in pharmaceuticals and food is in helpful cures. Baking soda, vinegar, apple, cider, … the list goes on.
What I teach is food pairing.
It is important to know what foods work with each other.
C + Selenium
Calcium + Magnesium
Protein + Fat
Tryptophan + C
Love and War = the balance within  ( a little side item of thought )

Kale which is rich in A needs a fat, like olive oil in order for it to absorb.. A is a fat soluble.
Protein like deer which doesn’t have fat needs fat to absorb the protein.
Calcium when obtain unnatural or too much in a non natural form will need to be taken in by pairing tryptophan and C to produce more Calcium in the body.

Quinoa high in protein naturally has high fat content so it can be readily absorbed. as well has high in iron… which this memicks meat.
Apple contains C and calcium + selenium

Many foods already have within them paired necessities.
I feel, like a color wheel, a food wheel would be appropriate to show.
Some foods like Kale need olive oil for better digestion and better absorption
Pairing quinoa with kale, with rice and salsa = 21 amino acids which means complete protein.

Cleansing foods, clean foods, eat this not that!

All of these titles but what really is the message?

Clean food are foods not in a box, or are they?

Bottom line, cleansing process should not be from a box instead, food Rx is recommended. Up to four times per year is recommended that you come clean. Literally!

Come clean from what?? I eat healthy!

You may eat healthy; however, the toxins are everywhere- you can’t escape them! Your immune system starts in the digestive system and is vulnerable to many toxins, not just in food, everyday.

Daily regime is like a cup of coffee. Take warm water, lemon juice and cayenne and knock it out, start fresh and begin your day.

A short list I compiled for a daily regime in foods that naturally keep you cleansed.

Nuts: provide b vitamins, zinc essential for the immune system, healthy fats, rich in minerals for the absorption process of other nutrients and not to mention it beefs up the sex life.

Almonds, Walnuts, Cashews, Pumpkin Seeds, Pistachios, Sunflower Seeds

Fruits: Fiber … Detoxify. Rich in vitamins and minerals for the immune system like C and Calcium.

Apples, bananas, blueberries, pears, strawberries, kiwi, raspberry, cranberry, papaya

Vegetables: amazing no fat containing power food, rich in lots of A, C, Zinc, Calcium… magnesium, and so forth.

Carrots are really the number of fruits and vegetables that can tackle anything from cancer to eyesight. Broccoli, Sweet potatoes, hardy Green Leaf like Kale and the lettuce kind like Red leaf and spinach which cleanses the toxins from the bloodstream.

Tomatoes, onions, garlic, peppers, avocados, green beans each with an large amount of antioxidants.

Complex Carbohydrates:

whole grain, brown rice, quinoa, millet rich in niacin, manganese, and some are gluten free like brown rice, and quinoa.

Combine carbs grains and veg together for a complete protein.

Meat: low fat or nonfat; also containing important essentials like tryptophan and when you combine these with vitamin C containing fruits yields more calcium in the body. Benefits those with anxiety, depression, and other mental issues that may affect the immune system, and digestive system.

Turkey, chicken, eggs, cold water fish, bison, deer.

Quarter detox: combine a rich vegetable and fruit combo for 14-21 days for a complete detox cleanse.

 

tune in next  topic: ” hormonal foods … men and women”

TK is the owner of Skinny South Incredible Treats, Inc and Love Life Nutrition. Over 20 years running experience, 10 years nutrition. Nationally published, television and radio guest on several stations.

Women hormones we are known for them. We are known for our mood swings and cravings… To cut to the chase because we are all busy :

 

If you have:
since you have headaches, fatigue and cravings: you want to increase these nutrients 14 days out and have every day before then during we will shift to change a few nutrients
B6: 200-300 mg aka pyriodoxine directly connected to female hormones …. as other B vitamins, it is lost through heat, cooking, stress, processed foofd, fast foods. Enriched in cereals and breads.
sources: meat,whole grains, whole wheat, wheat germ, fish, chicken, egg yolk, soy, ried beans, peanuts, walnuts, banansa, prunes, potatoes, cauliflower, cabbage, avocado. White sugar has none whereas raw sugar is rich in B6
whole wheat bread b/c it is processed has lost almost all but wheat germ and wheat flakes are rich in B6

B1: 150-250 mg depleted by the use of coffee, sugar, black teas, alcohol.  aka is thiamine.  sources: wheat germ, grains… do not use polished rice. whole wheat bread, brown rice, brewer’s yeast, blackstrap molasses. oats, millet, spinach, cauliflower, nuts, sunflower seeds, legume, peanuts, peas, beans, avocado (highest in fruits), pork tenderloin, dried fruits

chromium : mineral that help the glucose tolerance factor metabolizing and regulating carbohydrate metabolism in order for glucose to properly used within the body.
chromium which is depleted 90% by processed foods and fast foods (any even chick fil a ) 200-400mcg…. grains, wheat germ, brewer’s yeast (best form), green peppers, eggs, apples, butter, bananas, spinach, black pepper, blackstrap molasses …. whole grains, meats, shrimp, bran, potato skins, beets, mushrooms excellent sources

E 800 iu pair with omega 3 like salmon, olive oil … .pair foods like sunflower seeds, and olive oil in your spinach salad which spinach has 210% vitamin E
C : 8 mg citrus, red bell pepper

frequent small meals throughout the day.

Now, the amino acid: leucine will help when you have a busy day. it is found in dairy, poultry, wheat germ

its friends are the other BCAA : isoleucine and valine this will stabilized or lower blood sugar it metabolizes carbs to use it has energy instead of storing it has fat. It will help with bones and skin. it helps with hypoglycemia.

You can find it in protein shakes but natural is best: cheese, meats, grains, seeds, wheat germ, nuts… I like to put out there vegan, vegetarian and carnivore options. Valine is literally found in large amounts in eggs. it protects nerve endings or aka the myelin sheath. It is found in proteins in most foods.

On a side note valine is important to reduce for keto acids in the urine which break down muscles….

enjoy food. enjoy life.

 

 

Tracy Knight is a certified nutritionist and owner of Skinny South Incredible Treats. Contact her at lovelife@skinnysouth.com or lovelifenutrition.tracy@gmail.com

Why on earth and how on earth did I come up with this? Well, I call this the ketchup / french fry approach; it just fell into place.

As an avid athlete, like many can relate, the bars have way too much sugar. I was inhaling many of a particular kind. As a person on the go, a new mom and marathon runner I needed something fast.  I was tired of the fact the energy from the bars was sugars, then carbs, then fat, then protein. This ratio was not going to help me with recovery hence I would not eat these heavy things before.

Like a bad relationship, I felt like it was weighing me down. This coupled with clients wanting moderation, my daughter starting kindergarten and a few family members with celiac, diabetes…etc, I thought maybe there is a way to change this approach.

Incredibly, One day long long ago in 2008, the land of the unknown after a huge change in my life, I was making cookies. Catering to my daughter’s kindergarten class, I made chocolate chip cookies, but all the while and at the same time I was working with a few doctors regarding attention deficient and children;. Then a light bulb went off and I asked my self the million dollar question, “why in the world am I putting all the ingredients which may cause attention deficient disorder into the very cookies I am going to give MY daughter and her class?”.
… healthy cookies were now a possible idea for a hobby.. not a business. haha!

In 2009, during the day, I worked as a general manager at a small fitness gym, at night I would bake at Miss Cordelia’s in Memphis, TN to create this cookie made with all healthy ingredients… I tried the usual like applesauce, yogurt, which are great but mold quickly on the shelf.

The kindergarten kids were sold and the parents purchased my cookies outside of the bake sale by the dozens and my fellow running buddies at races would ask to purchase these cookies … literally selling them out the back of my Jeep.

Finally, they started being sold in the grocery store where I baked the products Funny part is since my last  business was bull-dozed by the financial fall of 2008,  I did not see myself getting involved with another entrepreneurial idea.
Well… Ha!Ha!
In 2012, The protein cookie company was born and the name Skinny South Incredible Treats was created thanks to my incredible best friend’s contribution to the name “Incredible” … its the little things that change your perspective.

The bars where popular but not like they are today… Again, I didn’t want a bar, I wanted a cookie. A food item shaped like a cookie….my thought,  a cookie makes one happy to eat.

On a quick side note, to my Family and friends, I thank you for putting up with me during this long journey/ dream… which is still being built. Yes, this business has been built with sacrifice, blood, sweat, tears, long nights and challenges.

How guiltless are the products?
Skinny South Incredible Treats is a company that is free of junk and full of flavor. All natural Protein cookies made into delicious guiltless flavors of Carrot Cake, Walnut Crunch Cake, Banana Nut Bread, Coconut Cake and Chocolate Chip.  We also carry, 90 calorie all natural chia brownie, walnut brownie, Memphis soul brownie (contributes to the children’s music scene), almond cup cookies (like reese’s but reversed), brownie bite cookies, skinny dips of strawberry shortcake, lemon drop, dipped dark chocolate, and chocolate covered cherry.

The thing is they have these names, they look sinful but in reality with the right ingredients and process they honestly aren’t. The fact how I do it and what I use allows for your body to process the foods quickly either utilize them and to help cleanse the body.

Again, How ???  spices, natural sugars, spices… did I say, spices? Food pairing is important to help with any carbs, protein and fats Naturally found in the foods.

I am a mom, certified clinical nutritionist and former personal trainer as well as avid athlete.
I am conscience what goes into my body from minute one of the day.

We Make protein cookies from southern family dessert recipes.

… Southern Recipes made into Protein Cookies : Pumpkin Pie Latte, Chocolate Chip, Carrot Cake, Walnut Crunch Cake, Chocolate Chip, Banana Nut Bread, Coconut Cake, Lemon Coconut Cake …
Dark chocolate Brownie, Walnut Brownies, Memphis soul Brownies ( made with almond butter and dark chocolate). The brownie took 4 years to perfect to make it 90 calories and delicious. It has been said, that this is…. “The best vegan brownie ever tasted ! ”

“Thank you for the samples, everyone at the office got to try them and loved it! “, raves John Ruiz from Swarm Inc. Miami, FL

CHOCOLATE CHANGING LIVES program

Raised between Woodstock, GA and Memphis, TN, as a southern blood runs through my veins,  I am sure most can relate to the Memphis soulful music scene and the delicious southern desserts. So, in honor of my hometown, we support the Memphis Music Scene through children’s programs and healthcare programs.
To date we have sold over 2000 Memphis Soul Brownies thanks to the ladies at Delta Groove Yoga and their patrons! A nice percentage of those sales will be used for the programs to enhance the beautiful music scene that has impacted the world.
…. the Memphis Soulful line supports the Memphis Music scene.

Now having a location in Miami Beach, we will support the community there as well. Right now, Tracy has been on radio Life FM 90.9 discussing nutrition. Also, she is a regular demo chef at Fairchild Garden who teaches how to prepare meals healthy. She has been on television….
The next step is for the brownies sold in each city the product is sold to have that support the Children’s music scene and raise awareness to the importance that music has on our mind, body and soul. It is highly influencial and important for everyone to understand the importance of how we impact our environment.

Our plan is to have our products in New York and LA in 2016, which the a portion of sales will go to support programs in those communities as well.

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ALL THE RAGE !!!

 

Today is a beautiful day in Miami, FL. I am at the Fairchild Garden Spring event as one of the demonstration chefs. As the owner of Skinny South Incredible Treats, I want to always put forth healthy dessert alternatives. For this one it is Apricot Toasties: Gluten free, vegan… the diabetic friendly part I will show you.

The ingredients:

Coconut : Deliciously valuable and a large nut fruit. Very popular in South Florida and grown all over. It is high in Saturated fat, but rich in Omega 3, contains some protein and carbs, fiber. Traces of B, E, potassium, Magnesium, Manganese, copper. Very diverse from cooking to yogurt… to topical to drinking…

The value of this oil is it is not like the hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated oils and fats which are usually fortified with Vitamin A, and other additives which tend to function differently in the body ; therefore, it increases the blood cholesterol, yielding to cardiovascular problems and cancer risks. Lard, butter and chicken fat do the same.

Now, I hear the switch to polyunsaturated fats / oils so the saturated fats are less consumed, hoping to keep the heart healthy. Well heating a polyunsaturated fat is not wise because science talk: it has one unsaturated bond which hydrogen atoms attach.  Simple talk: the heating affects the chemical structure which is less usable for the body and difficult for the body to process. If you heat the oil it will oxidize which destroys cell. Whereas, antioxidants repairs, heals and keeps cells from breaking down thus preventing cancer, cardiovascular issues.

The fat that coconut contains: B, C, E… these burn fat. Also, having traces of potassium and Magnesium helps calcium absorb into the body. This little nut fruit is essential to have in your pantry, if you are not allergic.

Vegetable shortening The vegetable oil I used today is organic and rich in E, essential fatty acids and linoleic acid which is Omega 6 and also found in wheat is germ, safflower, sesame (rich in protein) and sunflower.

On a side note, after I wrote this, I had questions from the chef’s demo ….

Why don’t I use coconut oil? or shortening? Because I am already using coconut flakes, unsweetened, but I don’t want an over load of coconut. Instead this is a palm oil which contains monounsaturated and saturated oils. The apricots containing C and Beta Carotene will help burn the saturated oils and is why I used dried fruit in the recipe, without it would be just sugar and oil … thus less healthy.

It is wise to use a polyunsaturated fat and an E together for better fat absorption. Sunflowers added to your salad is an easy fix.

Apricots : This little guy is awesome ! Rich in A, high in C, Iron , potassium, manganese. Beta Carotene is an antioxidant which helps cells, skin , hair. Remember heating of the oil causes oxidation…. and antioxidants help the cell… well this is beta carotene, and C…. two things the apricot has.

Sugars: table  sugar glycemic index is 65 whereas the organic brown rice syrup found in many health food items like hemp milk is 98 on the glycemic index. My advice, know your sugars but foods like blackstrap molasses mixed with organic cane sugar reduces the glycemic load into the bloodstream.

Other food items to pair with sugars is cinnamon, turmeric, ginger, protein and fat. Protein slows down the sugars running through the bloodstream and fat does too.

With the Apricot toasties, I add cinnamon in the mixture to help slow down the sugars rushing through. You can also substitute pea protein 1/4 cup gluten-free flour for added protein .

Organic Stevia

Organic cane sugar and brown sugar

Vanilla Extract and Almond Extra

Other questions from the chef’s demo:

  1. can I use quinoa flour?

    you can but it is heavy and it contains high carbs and fat. We are just making toasties. I suggest a pea protein isolate so that it stays light and no carbs and no extra fat because we are using coconut and palm oil. Too much carbs in your dish then you will have added weight on your hips.

  2. Can I use just stevia?

    A few reasons why not, but at the end of the day, its your journey….1)  if you like the aftertaste of some stevias. 2)  the pure stevia,  like pure olive oil is very expensive.  3)This dish was designed with a budget. It yields 60 toasties. 4) Also, the glycemic index is reduced when using real sugars with protein and spices. Again, table sugar is a less glycemic index than brown rice syrup or evaporated cane juice/ syrup in most health foods. Remember food pairing is the best choice. 5) Because even stevia is processed down. If you ever had a stevia plant and tried to extract sugar from it… like trying to get juice out wheatgrass, takes a lot. Yes, I speak from experience.

  3. Can I use brown rice flour instead of white rice flour?

    Yes but it is the difference between brown rice and white rice… brown will be heavier than white and remember we are using flaxseed meal for toasties… toasties are to be light and if you have too much fiber then your guests may not visit with you, they will be reading the bathroom materials instead.u

  4. Do you do cooking classes?

    What I do is I come to your home, church or business and I teach you how to pair the right foods together. Based on the type of environment or what we discuss previously, yes I can do cooking classes. 

    Just email me at lovelifenutrition.tracy@gmail.com and we can discuss. Its affordable. My clients currently include: Helena Chemical, MLGW (electric company), celebrities, chefs, schools and Cigna health insurance (as a third-party vendor to their corporate clients).

  5. Do you have a book?

    I am finishing it up . A couple of books. One is Journey with Food and the other the Journey Within. Journey with Food comes out in a few months and will be available on Amazon.com site.I am a published nutritionist in several magazines like Premier Bride, Dallas Bride, Justine Teen Magazine.

  6. What has been your experience?  My experience has been life and other’s lives. My father, stepdad, grandmother…. experienced diabetes. I myself, experience hypoglycemia. I cannot pair certain foods together and I cannot have anything that has more than 10g of sugar at one time. I can feel my blood sugar rise. I can feel my body and then I know I will crash in a few moments into a deep sleep for 2 hours. I am an avid athlete, an aspiring Olympic hopeful at one time but life got in the way…. sometimes our journey takes us a different way than what we wanted. I am a mother of a 12-year-old with several types of moderate mental disabilities. I was in a severe car accident that  left me in the bed for 3 months and then learning to walk again … told I would never walk again and if so it would be with assistance… I mailed the doctor my autographed 5k and marathon photo a year later. I am a single parent who is a business owner which comes with its own financial challenges. When I was with food stamps, how I built my Skinny South Incredible Treats business, the most important thing to remember is nutrition. Regardless, I always put the right foods together keeping the staples of spinach, pasta, apples, carrots, milk, butter, bread, peanut butter, tomato sauce… that’s all we could get at times and many times I wouldn’t be able to eat dinner, lunch… whatever. But, blessed with the Lord’s hand, we are doing much better. Now, I want to show others it can be done but not to focus so much on the hype or the type, but focus on the ingredients and the nutrients.

Any more questions can be sent to lovelifenutrition.tracy@gmail.com

 

Apricot Toasties

Preheat oven 350 ( because it is gluten-free you will reduce the temp and time it is baking) Less processed food items take less time to prepare. ….

Create “egg” vegan egg… 2 tbsp flaxseed meal to 6 tbsp warm water , stir and let set for 5 minutes

in a saucepan combine:

1 ½ cup chopped dried apricots (put in freezer and then taken out, thaw they will be sweeter)

½ cup water

cover and cook together 5-8 minutes

sift or blend together:

1 cup all-purpose gluten-free flour

¾ cup gluten-free brown rice flour

2 tsp baking powder

1/4 tsp kosher sea salt

Cream together :

1 cup vegetable shorten

¼ cup confectioner’s sugar

¼ cup stevia in the raw

½ cup light brown sugar ( or make your own with ½ cup organic cane sugar and ¼ cup blackstrap molasses in a saucepan and stir regularly until well blended over low heat , do not burn)

1 tsp vanilla extract

¼ tsp almond extract

blend in the flaxseed meal egg mixture

stir in dry ingredients and cooled apricot mixture

take 1 tsp of mixture and drop into 1 ½ cup shredded unsweetened coconut

and shape into balls

place 1 “ apart and on baking sheet

top each one with a whole almond or sliced

bake 350 10 min or until coconut is slightly toasted

makes 6 dozen

yum yum enjoy !

enjoy

TIPS

  • Select Apples that feel heavy for their size and are free from wrinkled skin, obvious punctures or large flat bruised areas.
  • After you purchase thyme take out of store package and wrap with damp paper towl and place into a ziploc bag, press the air out and seal

Honey Crisp Spaghetti Squash (raw and cooked versions)

cooked version

Recipe: serves 4 dishes or 6-8 sides

½ spaghetti squash

½ honey crisp apple : make apple sticks

½ sweet potato : make sweet potato sticks

2 leek stalks– slice between ½ and ¼ inch wide from the base of the stalk upward

1 tbsp olive oil

sea salt to taste

4 medium sprigs of thyme or 1 tsp

½ bosu pear

optional: quinoa or feta

Directions:

preheat Oven to 350 degrees

wrap half of the spaghetti squash in foil and bake for 45 minutes to 1 hour depending on your oven.

In a saucepan over medium heat :

add olive oil (not extra virgin but virgin olive oil ) leaks and sweet potato stir and then add after 2-3 minutes the apples, pear, thyme, dash salt and stir for a few more minutes until the apples are soft, the sweet potato will not be softer than the apple.

After 45 minutes take the spaghetti squash and with folk peel the flesh out, a ready speghetti squash when the fork moves along the flesh, will scoop out looking like spaghetti.

Place spaghetti squash on a plate then add the above as a topping.

Garnish with feta cheese, Gouda and or thyme

enjoy

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Raw Version:

Recipe: serves 4 dishes ore 6-8 sides

½ spaghetti squash(cooked, cooled )

½ honey crisp apple : make apple sticks

½ sweet potato : make sweet potato sticks

2 leek stalks– slice between ½ and ¼ inch wide from the base of the stalk upward

1 tbsp olive oil

sea salt to taste

4 medium sprigs of thyme or 1 tsp

½ bosu pear

( spaghetti squash can be add or not )

put the apples, sweet potato, leeks, olive oil, thyme, bosu pear into a bowl stir

Put the spaghetti squash on a plate and add the above as a topping

Garnish with  feta, and thyme – enjoy

Variations:

add baked hot chicken or

quinoa that has been cooked (and cooled )

After years of research to find the superfoods for the protein cookies, I discovered that when pairing it ignited a sensational nutritional spark that has proved my theory, ”  We have been given everything on this world to sustain our life, we have just screwed it up with chemicals and thought that fast means chemically enhanced foods and terrible unnatural preservatives.”

Why We Use These Ingredients

Agave

Helps with weight management, enhances immune system, improves: energy level, bone density, reduces risk in heart disease & Type II diabetes, lowers risk of lower intestinal cancer, low glycemic index number, high fiber, calcium and iron

Almonds

Rich in Manganese, Vita E, Magnesium, calming properties, rich in potassium, lowers blood pressure, Vitamin B2, may help protect against diabetes

Amaranth

High in Protein, iron and calcium as well as B vitamins and fiber

Avocado

Heart Health, anti-inflammatory, reduces or prevents arthritis, cancer prevention of the: mouth, skin & prostate gland

Banana

Protects heart, controls blood pressure, strengthens bones, quiets cough

Blueberries

Good Source of Fiber, can improve urinary tract health,

protects your heart, stabilizes blood sugar and boosts memory

Buckwheat

From a thistle plant, contains 20% protein, fiber, B vitamins, potassium, iron, calcium, maganese, phosphorus

Carrots

antioxidant, healthy skin, improves eye sight, anti-cancer, reduces strokes by 68%,

blood sugar regulation, prevents macular degeneration in older adults

Chia Seed

Prevents Sugar spikes, improves cardiovascular health, fights belly fat, contains fiber (also helps you feel full), Omega-3 (fights belly fat), stronger bones (contains high amounts of calcium), high amounts of maganese & phosporus, and protein

Chocolate

Anti-oxidants, anti-aging

lowers blood pressure, cholesterol, increases sex drive, muscle repair, calming properties

anti-depressant, mono-unsaturated fat, reduces risks of heart disease

Coconut

Boosts thyroid, increases metabolism, promotes a lean body and weight loss, supports a healthy immune system, rich in antioxidants, treats skin disorders, healthy hair, and strong bones

Powdered Gluten Free Vegan Egg Whites (no meat)

No Fat, High in Protein 6g, Complete Protein, no cholesterol, high in: folate, calcium, magnesium & phosphorus

Flaxseed Meal

High in Omega 3’s, Rich in Fiber, Protects against: breast, prostate & colon cancers, Protection against: cardiovascular disease, diabetes & inflammation

Millet

15 % in Protein, high in fiber, sweet is extracted from the grain to produce sorghum, niacin, thiamine, riboflavin, high in iron, potassium and magnesium.

Gluten Free Oats

Stabilizes blood sugars, complex carbohydrate, oats used are gluten free, healthy heart properties, 15% protein, great source of fiber, folic acid, niacin, pyridoxine, pantothenic acid as well as a good source of iron, copper, zinc, potassium, manganese, calcium and copper

Honey (local, bee-friendly)

Immune booster, natural energy booster, may reduce the risk of cancers and tumors, healthy hair, health digestion, weight loss, lowers cholesterol

Pecans

lowers blood pressure, prevents breast cancer, lowers bad cholesterol,

prevents prostate enlargement, weight control, regulates moods, high in Protein, regulates blood sugar,

delays the onset of age related motor neuron diseases.

Pumpkin Seeds

Healthy prostate, improves bladder function, anti-depressant, lowers cholesterol,

prevention of cancers, prevention of osteoporosis, increases bone density,

Rich in zinc, increases sex drive, anti-inflammatory, treatment of tapeworm and other parasites, high in magnesium, high in protein

Raw Quinoa (not flour)

Provides more oxygen release into the blood, it contains high source of protein, iron and calcium with a mixture of B vitamins and other minerals. It is considered a superfood from all its amazing properties. Contains more powerful nutrients rather than grinding into flour; so we kept it whole and raw

Sweet Potato

healthy bones, prevention of degenerative diseases, prevention of heart attacks,

high in vitamin C, boosts immune system, helps with stress, anti-depressant,

healthy skin, mood stabilizer, supports thyroid gland

Walnuts

Decreases fat in blood, improves cell function, highest in antioxidants among nuts, fights fat,

prevention in heart disease, certain cancers, gallstones, controls blood sugars, rich in Phytonutrients,

high in omega 3, anti-stress, anti-depressant, supports weight loss

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