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Made from Kefir and Almond Milk to thin down the mix. Bananas are a good source of potassium and Raspberries are a good source of carotenoids and anthocyanins. One of the most abundant carotenoids is lycopene. Lycopene helps reduce damage from free radicals. Plums are being heralded as the new 'super-food' by scientists. They found the purple fruit matched or exceeded blueberries in antioxidants.
Kefir is the probiotic kind, cherries contain anthocyanosides and are very good at lowering uric acid (helpful for anti-inflammation). Almonds rich in flavonoids, stabilize blood sugar and vitamin E. Whole apple great for it's fiber content. Raw apples contain phenolics, which help neutralize free radicals. Honey is a great antibacterial.
Lo Mercury Light wild skipjack Tuna, olive oil mayonnaise, low sugar salad
Light on the sauce that most italian dishes are so it doesn't over power the shrimp. Little coconut oil is used and while it is a saturated fat it has long chain and is much more like a monounsaturated fat. It also can withstand the heat from sautéing which is why I use it rather than olive oil. To lower the sodium content of this dish use fresh tomatoes and basil.
This makes enough for approx 3C per person at only 105 calories for each person (4).
I make this sauce with turkey sausage and buffalo meat but you can change the type of sausage or buffalo to hamburger to suit your taste or the availability. I use grass fed, organic meat.
The coconut oil gives a delicious taste to this dish. The High Fiber content in the pasta reduces my husband's blood sugar levels so while no added sugar the pasta has less than 1 gm of sugar.
Hot and Spicy Sauce where the sugar is optional
My husband is a Brit, he throws strange things into my recipes such as carrots and apples. These are optional and still remain a household contention item.
The answer to Qudob's chicken Mango Salad
Pork with penne pasta