🍌 HIGH AND LOW SUGAR FRIIT 🥝 -
If you notice, I am smiling in both of of these pictures, simply because both high sugar fruit and low sugar fruit have their time and place!
Low sugar fruits like berries, avocado, grapefruit and coconut are best consumed more often. I personally consume these 2-3 times a day.
High sugar fruits still come with nutrients, but higher sugar, so I would consume those level often. Personally I consume high sugar fruits like apples, oranges, bananas, and dates on occasion, maybe 3 days a week. -
Now this doesn’t mean you have to stick exactly to these amounts, but just as a guidelines lower sugar fruits should always be consumed more often that high sugar fruits.
The variety of coconut referred to as “tall” can live for over 100 years. Talls can produce between 50-85 #coconuts per year, and exceptionally prolific ones can exceed 100 nuts per year. Therefore, an elder #coconuttree at 75 years of age will have produced over 4000 coconuts throughout its lifetime. That’s just one tree! If all the coconuts are harvested and none saved for replanting, the populations are not sustainable. So we say: #plantmorecocos
#day3 After collecting #coconuts in our garden, it’s time to extract the milk! Open them, remove the flesh, cut into pieces, clean it properly, add one cup of pure water for every cup of #coconut and blend. Remove from the blender and as shown on the photo, squeeze the milk out. Pour in a jar and leave in the fridge overnight. The next morning, you should have a thick layer of coconut cream, delicious 😋 to use for ice cream 🍦 🍦🍦 replacing dairy! Keep the milky water to use in your smoothies and use within 2 days! Enjoy 😉 #mombasa#organic#healthyfood#healthyrecipes#green#lifeislove 🧡🧡🧡 photo credit @flop.lil