Cooking Method: Immune System
- Sunflower seed oil have less smell/flavor than other plant oils and is therefor more suitable for making peanut butter.
- Keep in a container with a tight lid and store in the fridge to slow down oxidation and separation of the oils in the peanut butter.
- To avoid oil on top of the jar store the container upside down
Benefits of peanut butter:
Peanuts are rich in fibers, protein and contain a majority of saturated fat.
Potassium, antioxidants, magnesium, vitamin B6 and vitamin E are also abundant in peanut butter. It is good for bone building and muscle recovery.
Home made peanut butter are free from hydrogenated fats (used to prevent commercially made peanut butter from separating) and the amount of sugar and salt can be controlled.
Because of the high fat content it is best not to consume more than 2 tbsp of peanut butter per day.
Drink on an empty stomache and let all the vitamins and nutrients enter you system
The ascorbic acid in oranges and apples aids the body in producing the protein collagen needed for the body to repair skin and nails
Beta carotene in the carrots supports the immune system and vision
Low calorie, low glycemic index food suitable for diabetics and full of anti oxidants
Rich in fiber, folic acid, potassium, magnesium and vitamin C
Potassium helps to lower the blood pressure in people with high blood pressure caused by too much sodium intake
Strawberry also contain the natural anti inflammatory flavonoid component called quercetin
Antioxidants in strawberry include kaempferol and anthocyanins
A mixed juice using vegetables and fruit. High in Vitamin C from apples,strawberry, parsley and orange. Vitamin A from from parsley and carrot. 100 gram of parsley contain 168% and carrot 334% of the daily value of vitamin A.
Parsley is a diuretic and helps to prevent buildup of kidney stone. It is also rich in vitamin B, calcium and iron.
All ingredients are high in antioxidants