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Fighting Cancer And Inflammation With Roasted Garlic And Apple Cider Vinegar
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Fighting Cancer And Inflammation With Roasted Garlic And Apple Cider Vinegar

Fighting Cancer

Sometimes we need a small plate or a good snack between our meals.

We can also serve our guests with that.

When we speak about snacks, a lot of people usually think about chips.

Cookies, popcorn or some other processed foods.

In fact, snacking doesn’t have to be your unhealthy time for you.

It should be our refreshment and healthy time and it can be our time for fighting cancer.

Fighting Cancer through your snack time

This roasted garlic and an oily paste – tahini spread is your perfect snack to serve.

Serve this mixture with flax crackers or crudités

It`s time for fight against cancer and in the same time you will enjoy the snack between your meals.

Ingredients for fighting cancer snack:

– 2 garlic cloves

– 1 shallot

– 1 ½ cups of tahini

– ½ cup of extra virgin olive oil

– ½ cup fresh and chopped parsley

– 2 tablespoons fresh and chopped thyme

– 2 teaspoons sea salt

– 2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar

Preparation of fighting cancer snack:

Pilled garlic slice on thin pieces, put garlic, shallots and extra virgin olive oil in a medium sauté pan and warm all together to infuse the oil.

Take out mixture after 5-6 minutes, stir in thyme and rosemary and put aside to cool down.

Add tahini in a medium mixing bowl together with the remaining ingredients and garlic – oil mixture.

Stir all together to combine.

Serve this fighting cancer mixture with flax crackers or sliced vegetables.

It`s the best to serve at a room temperature.

You can store the fighting cancer snack in an airtight container, but it shouldn`t stay longer than one week.

All of this you can make for about 30 minutes and fighting cancer snack is enough to serve 12 times.

Nutrition analysis of fighting cancer snack per serving:

Two tablespoons contain: 250 calories, 17.2 g total fat, 7.7 g fiber, 6.4 g protein and 55mg sodium.

Source: drhyman.co

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