My RAW STAR Peach Cobbler is super delicious and nutritious! It literally takes only 5 minutes to make and is a no bake recipe, raw organic. It can be found in the new FREE Venio App for the iPhone and iPad very soon or in my current Eco Chef App for the iPhone and iPad or in my RAW STAR Recipe book available on Amazon.com. Peaches are not in season now and don’t buy in can or frozen as you will find out why in the information below but when they are in season or if you can find them organic fresh you can enjoy them with amazing health benefits in moderation of course:
So ALL Of my recipes fall under different categories: Raw, Vegan, Gluten Free/Celiac, Lactose Intolerant, Soy Free,
100% ALL my recipes are Peanut Allergy I don’t use or have peanuts ever in any of my recipes on purpose.
Also ALL of my recipes are shellfish and seafood free are 100% Vegan.
I attached the JPG from my book page for Peach Cobbler to save time and photo of Peach Cobbler it has my Website in it so people can click on the photo
and get to Blog to get links, benefits, etc. This one would fall under GOOD FOR DIABETICS, OBESITY, CONSTIPATION, DIGESTION PROBLEMS, ANXIETY and MENOPAUSE, ARTHRITIS AND HIGH CHOLESTEROL. So it addresses several health conditions:
http://www.34-menopause-symptoms.com/anxiety/articles/peaches-and-anxiety.htm GOOD FOR Anxiety, Menopause, Digestion, Constipation. Is now listed as a “Super Food”
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2012/06/120618132921.htm June 18 research found Peaches to be good for Diabetics but in moderation recent June 2012
“Our studies have shown that stone fruits — peaches, plums and nectarines — have bioactive compounds that can potentially fight the syndrome,” Cisneros-Zevallos said. “Our work indicates that phenolic compounds present in these fruits have anti-obesity, anti-inflammatory and anti-diabetic properties in different cell lines and may also reduce the oxidation of bad cholesterol LDL which is associated to cardiovascular disease.”
What is unique to these fruits, he said, is that their mixture of the bioactive compounds work simultaneously within the different components of the disease.
“Our work shows that the four major phenolic groups — anthocyanins, clorogenic acids, quercetin derivatives and catechins — work on different cells — fat cells, macrophages and vascular endothelial cells,” he explained. “They modulate different expressions of genes and proteins depending on the type of compound.
“However, at the same time, all of them are working simultaneously in different fronts against the components of the disease, including obesity, inflammation, diabetes and cardiovascular disease,” he explained.
Cisneros-Zevallos said this is believed to be the first time that “bioactive compounds of a fruit have been shown to potentially work in different fronts against a disease.”
http://www.onlymyhealth.com/are-peaches-good-diabetics-1342821484 Peaches are good for Diabetics but in moderation and raw fresh organic NOT canned or frozen which proves the benefits of eating Raw Organic Fresh Whole Foods, Fruits and Vegetables and the science behind RAW STAR Recipes by Chef Bryan Au. These recipes are designed specifically to
address certain health conditions and often times are synergistic in healing many at the same time. Moderation is important and essential as well as consulting with your health professional, doctor and physician. This is all informational and educational information it is not meant to diagnose or treat any disease and use of these recipes, app and information releases all liability from authors, app and people associated with this Venio App again this is a release of liability statement please consult your doctor before changing your diet or making a health decision and everyone is responsible for their own health and well being thank you.
“Sugar in Peaches: The added sugar in the processed or canned food is much more harmful than natural sugar of peaches. Diabetics can eat moderate amount of fresh peaches, but must stay away from canned and frozen varieties of peaches. They contain added sugar and other preservatives. One cup of serving of canned peach is equivalent to 160 calories and 32.55 grams of sugar.”
Adding Cinnamon helps to stablize and bring down blood sugar levels:
Be careful with cinnamon as it decreses blood sugar levels, can interact with other foods that do the same and can cause liver problems but in moderation raw organic cinnamon is healthy please consult with your doctor and health professional.
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/dr-mercola/cinnamon-diabetes-_b_839487.html Cinnamon can help with Diabetes but also lowering Cholesterol and Arthritis:
“For example, just half a teaspoon of cinnamon a day has previously been shown to significantly reduce blood sugar levels, triglycerides, LDL (bad) cholesterol, and total cholesterol levels in people with type 2 diabetes.
Other health benefits of cinnamon include:
• Supporting digestive function
• Relieving congestion
• Relieving pain and stiffness of muscles and joints
• Reducing inflammation and symptoms of arthritis
• Helping to prevent urinary tract infections, tooth decay and gum disease
• Relieving menstrual discomfort
• Stimulating circulation with blood-thinning compounds “