[GOURMET] Granola With Apple and Honey

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Oatmeal - Quaker, contains many nutritional fibers and helps digestion, helps lower blood cholesterol level.
Sunflower seeds - previously used as food for birds and then for oil production. High nutritional value source proteins, rich in methionine (essential amino acid), contain B vitamins, E, iron and calcium, polyunsaturated acids. Helps lower cholesterol.
Pumpkin seeds - contain 30% -35% polyunsaturated fat, calcium, iron and B vitamins, especially zinc, which helps in cases of prostate enlargement, blood sugar balance, male fertility (fluid contains zinc), memory, wound healing, Skin and strengthening the immune system.
Almonds - contain calcium, potassium, magnesium, zinc, folic acid and vitamin C and fiber. Help prevent cardiovascular disease, reduce cholesterol, and may slow the development of colon and lung cancer.
Sesame - seeds of great nutritional value, 7 times more calcium than milk, minerals and vitamins. It is best to eat in anemia, constipation, hemorrhoids.
Silan Dates - Silan is a syrup produced from dates and also known as date honey and is considered natural and healthy sweetener. Silan contains the same nutritional values ​​as dates: calcium, magnesium, iron, vitamin A, vitamin B and rich in fiber. It is good for digestion, reduces blood sugar and cholesterol, helps prevent allergies and heart disease.
Cider Apples - A sweet blend of cranberries, apples, almonds and various spices. Contains Vitamin B and is rich in fiber. It is good for digestion, reduces blood sugar and cholesterol, helps prevent allergies and heart disease.

 

How to use:
You can bake the mixture.
It is recommended to add yogurt, muesli or milk. You can even add fresh fruit. For those who love, we recommend sweetening with fresh silan or honey.
You can also add the mixtures to many desserts or sweet ice cream.

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