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[Latin Name] Glycine max(L.) Mere [Specification] 90%; 95% [Appearance] White powder [Melting point] 134-142℃ [Particle size] 80Mesh [Loss on drying] ≤2.0% [Heavy Metal] ≤10PPM [Storage] Store in cool & dry area, keep away from the direct light and heat. [Shelf life] 24 Months [Package] Packed in paper-drums and two plastic-bags inside. [Net weight] 25kgs/drum [What is Phytosterol?] Phytosterols are compounds found in plants that resemble cholesterol. The National Institutes of Heath rep...
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[Latin Name] Glycine max(L.) Mere
[Specification] 90%; 95%
[Appearance] White powder
[Melting point] 134-142℃
[Particle size] 80Mesh
[Loss on drying] ≤2.0%
[Heavy Metal] ≤10PPM
[Storage] Store in cool & dry area, keep away from the direct light and heat.
[Shelf life] 24 Months
[Package] Packed in paper-drums and two plastic-bags inside.
[Net weight] 25kgs/drum
[What is Phytosterol?]
Phytosterols are compounds found in plants that resemble cholesterol. The National Institutes of Heath report that there are over 200 different phytosterols, and the highest concentrations of phytosterols are found naturally in vegetable oils, beans and nuts. Their benefits are so recognized that foods are being fortified with phytosterols. At the supermarket, you may see orange juice or margarine advertising phytosterol contents. After reviewing the health benefits, you may want to add phytosterol-rich foods to your diet.
The most well-known, and scientifically proven, benefit of phytosterols is their ability to help lower cholesterol. A phytosterol is a plant compound that is similar to cholesterol. A study in the 2002 issue of “Annual Review of Nutrition” explains that phytosterols actually compete for absorption with cholesterol in the digestive tract. While they prevent the absorption of regular dietary cholesterol, they themselves are not easily absorbed, which leads to a total lower cholesterol level. The cholesterol-lowering benefit does not end with a good number on your blood work report. Having lower cholesterol leads to other benefits, such as a reduced risk for heart disease, stroke and heart attacks.
Cancer Protection Benefits
Phytosterols have also been found to help protect against the development of cancer. The July 2009 issue of the” European Journal of Clinical Nutrition” offers encouraging news in the fight against cancer. Researchers at the University of Manitoba in Canada report that there is evidence that phytosterols help prevent ovarian, breast, stomach and lung cancer. Phytosterols do this by preventing the production of cancer cells, stopping the growth and spread of cells that are already in existence and actually encouraging the death of cancer cells. Their high anti-oxidant levels are believed to be one way phytosterols help fight cancer. An anti-oxidant is a compound that fights free radical damage, which is negative effects on the body produced by cells that are unhealthy.
Skin Protection Benefits
A lesser known benefit of phytosterols involves skin care. One of the contributing factors in the aging of the skin is the breakdown and loss of collagen — the main component in connective skin tissue — and sun exposure is a major contributor to the problem. As the body ages, it is not able to produce collagen as it once did. The German medical journal “Der Hautarzt” reports a study in which various topical preparations were tested on skin for 10 days. The topical treatment that showed anti-aging benefits to the skin was the one that contained phytosterols and other natural fats. It is reported that phytosterols not only stopped the slow-down of collagen production that can be caused by the sun, it actually encouraged new collagen production.
Trail Mix Recipe:
1 cup of unsalted raw pecans (broken into smaller pieces)
¼ cup of unsalted raw or toasted pumpkin seeds
2 slices dried pineapple hand torn
1 cup of raw and unsalted cashews
¼ cup of raisins
¼ cup of dark chocolate chips
Preheat oven to 400 and place Pecans on cookie sheet.
Roast (if you purchased the raw kind) Pumpkin seeds for 3-5 minutes. When cooking both Pecans and Pumpkin Seeds at the same time, rotate pan for even roasting or place them on the same cookie sheet. Check on them after a few minutes and be careful not to burn.
While nuts and seeds are roasting in oven, place all other ingredients in a separate bowl and mix well with hands.
When done, put hot Pecans and Pumpkin Seeds from cookie sheet iinto the bowl with other ingredients and mix up well to spread chocolate throughout the mix. Be prepared for chocolate covered hands.
Place bowl in refrigerator so chocolate hardens. Check after 15 minutes or so to see if bowl is chilled and if trail mix creates a cluster.
Store in a plastic container (at room temperature) or zip loc baggy.
To shorten process, wait about 5 minutes or so till nuts and seeds are cool and add to the rest of the trail mix ingredients.
To save time, buy toasted, unsalted pecans and pumpkin seed (if available).
This Trail mix can last you all week and great for sharing and eating for a pre and post workout boast.
Replace any of the above ingredients with golden raisins, toasted unsalted almonds, peanuts, chocolate covered Espresso Beans (more energy boast) or chocolate covered almonds.
⅓ cup of vanilla non-fat yogurt,
2/3 cup of vanilla non-fat frozen yogurt
3-4 big strawberries,
3 chunks of mango (1″ long slice)
⅛ cup of blueberries fresh or frozen
¼ of cup of unsweetened Almond Milk
1 TB of Coconut Water
½ tsp of honey
Place all items in blender and mix till smooth and desired consistency.
Can replace plain unsweetened Almond Milk for Vanilla unsweetened Almond Milk
Use soft over riped mangos
try papaya instead of mangos
try ½ large bananas or 1 small banana instead of mangos
Can use low fat version of Vanilla Yogurt
Add protein (whey) powder for a protein boost for post workout
Mix and Match favorite fruit
No need to add ice…this drink will be plenty refreshing and cold
Don’t use orange juice…creates a weird taste
Use leftover Coconut water as a natural way to hydrate instead of Sugary Power drinks
Hey guys I roasted pumpkin seeds!! This is a LIGHTLY seasoned recipe if you want to add more sugar or cinnamon you can! If you have more pumpkin seeds than double the amount. I know some of us have lots of pumpkins left over. Mines were sitting there getting OLD!! I am making puree with the actual pumpkin yum!
You can also make salty and spicy ones if you want YUM!
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