Simple pineapple breakfast recipe
I’m writing this recipe because I just really love combining raw healthy fruits and nuts that can supply our body with all necessary daily needs of vitamins, and minerals. This is a raw sample breakfast recipe and is combined with:
1. Pineapple health benefits come from the combination of the nutrients they contain. Pineapple is packed with vitamins and nutrients that make it an especially powerful fruit with the potential to improve health. Pineapple also removes toxins from the bloodstream and therefore reduces skin infections.
2. Tangerine that is a good source of vitamin C, folate, and beta-carotene. However, aside from being a great dessert because of its sweetness, tangerines have various health benefits that you can take advantage of. It’s also a great addition to your diet. Tangerines may be sweet, but they have low calories and contain more vitamin A than oranges.
3. Nuts (such as almonds, walnuts, Brazil nuts, pine nuts) are an excellent source of vitamin E, which is the main brain fuel that affects our intellectual abilities. Zinc is an important mineral that these foods are rich, and affect cognitive abilities.
4. Pomegranate is not only attractive to look and taste, but it also applies to fruit with exceptional healing effects. Juicy seeds of pomegranate slow down aging stops the spread of cancer, improve heart health, while the pomegranate has low energy value and is rich in nutrients.
5. Bananas also contain significant amounts of vitamins C, B1, B2, and E, as well as folates, they are also quite rich in minerals, prominent among which are potassium, magnesium, and iron. Their rich potassium content makes them one of the best fresh fruit sources of this mineral: only the avocado and the date surpass the banana in potassium. Bananas are high in potassium and pectin, a form of fiber, they can also be a good way to get magnesium and vitamin B6.
• ½ Pineapple
• 3 Tangerines
• 1 Pomegranate
• 1 Banana
• (60 g. or 2 oz.) of raw walnut
• (60 g. or 2 oz.) of raw almonds
• (60 g. or 2 oz.) of raw hazelnuts
This is how I have arrange them.