WATER, PEANUT BUTTER & BLUEBERRIES
»Blueberries contain notable levels of manganese, vitamin B6, vitamin C, vitamin K, and dietary fiber.
ALMOND MILK, RAISINS AND CINNAMON-BROWN SUGAR
»Raisins eaten daily for four weeks decreaed the level of circulating LDL (“bad” cholesterol) in a UC Davis Study
»Cinnamon slows the rate at which the stomach empties after meals, helping reduce rise in blood sugar after eating.
Nonfat Milk, walnuts & cranberries
»Cranberries contain more antioxidant phenols than 19 commonly eaten fruits, helping prevent heart disease and cancer.
»Walnuts ranked second only to blackberries in terms of antioxidants content. Loaded with protein and fiber, and Alpha-Linolenic-Acid (ALA) which has been linked to reduce risk of heart disease. One-quarter cup of walnuts provides the ALA you need in a day.
Originally from PRO Pulse May-June 2011