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From nutrition expert Dr. Tom O’Bryan – may be why the “Apple a Day” advice makes sense!  
 
From Tom O’Bryan, DC — Research says that apples increase the level of alkaline phosphatase in the intestines which in animal research has been found to be a potent factor in maintaining a healthy microbiome and gut lining.
  
Gut Healing Apple Stew Recipe

  • Servings: 4-6
  • Time: 20mins
  • Difficulty: easy
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INGREDIENTS

  • 4 Apples (preferably organic)
  • Filtered Water
  • 1 cube of Gula Melaka
  • Cinnamon (prepare to use this liberally)

DIRECTIONS

  1. Wash the apples, don’t peel the skins off them. If using non-organic apples, wash them with vinegar and baking soda to remove pesticides.
  2. Cut and dispose of the core and seeds.
  3. Dice them up into 2-3 inch pieces (small enough to be on a spoon when eating it)
  4. Throw them in a pot and fill the pot with filtered water about 1/3 of the height of the apples.
  5. Throw in the Gula Melaka and add the Cinnamon liberally to your liking 
  6. Bring it to a boil and cook for about 8-13 mins. You will know when it’s done when the skin of the apples gets a little shine/shimmer!

NOTES

  • Replace Gula Melaka with a handful of preservative-free Raisins or other natural sugars like Raw Honey
  • Adjust level of water according to how diluted or sweet you want the “stew” or “sauce” to be
  • Adjust cooking time according to how crunchy you want to apples to be. Just watch them cook!

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