Medical Medium Recipe Challenge – October 10 – Raw Date Granola

Hello everyone!

We are so close to Friday. Hope you all have had a great week. Have you been able to try out any Medical Medium recipes!? I have been having a great time trying some of these out. Many more to come.

Today I was in the mood for something sweet.

Que the raw date granola.

Now I must admit I did adapt the recipe a bit because I didn’t have almonds on hand. I used hazelnuts instead. I also rolled the granola into balls and popped them into the freezer rather than keep it in a loose form of rawnola.

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Ingredients used: Dates, coconut flakes, hazelnuts and sea salt

Dates: Dates are an ideal food for improved energy and brain function. They are a good source of vitamin A & B-complex and they are rich in minerals such as iron, calcium, manganese, copper, and potassium. Dates are known to help build bone and muscle strength and have been used for thousands of years by athletes to improve physical endurance, agility, and stamina.

Dates contain anti-inflammatory and anti-infective properties which make it an excellent food for those who suffer with chronic infections and auto-immune disorders. They also help to control heart rate and blood pressure which offers protection against strokes and coronary heart diseases. Dates contain an easily digestible fiber that has been found to help prevent colon, prostate, lung, endometrial, breast, and pancreatic cancers. They are also known to help lower LDL (bad) cholesterol, relieve constipation, improve anemia, and prevent macular degeneration.

Coconut: Coconut protects the body from viruses and bacteria

Hazelnuts: Eating a handful of raw nuts every week should form part of every cancer survivor’s diet. Nuts—and especially tree nuts such as almonds, brazil nuts, cashew nuts, hazelnuts, chestnuts and walnuts—reduce the chances of the cancer coming back.

Nuts also help overcome or control a range of health issues, including obesity, type 2 diabetes, and insulin resistance. Most vitally, they also reduce the chances of developing cancer in the first place—and now they seem to reduce the odds of cancer coming back. So, if you aren’t allergic to nuts, make sure you start incorporating them into your diet now.  

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I give this recipe a 10 out of 10!! So sweet, chewy and energizing. Also perfect accompaniment to a warm drink like tea. Would be a great snack or as a part of breakfast too.

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Until tomorrow!

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