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This is worth sharing. I have yet to try this juice drink.
5 pcs. lacatan banana, mashed
5 pcs. young banana leaves, fresh
2 pcs. medium-size pandan leaves
8 glasses water
1/2 cup calamansi juice
1/4 tsp. anis seeds, roasted and pounded
1 cup second-class brown sugar
1. Boil banana and pandan leaves in 8 glass of water for 5 minutes.
2. Allow to cool. Strain. Mix sugar in boiled water.
3. Bring to a boil for 5 minutes or until sugar is dissolved. Let cool.
4. Add and mix the calamansi juice and powdered anis seed.
5. Serve with ice.
Recipe credit: Outrageous Banana ‘Peelings o-o-oh Peelings’ Original Recipes by Mrs. Ofelia A. Panganiban.
Aside from mangosteen, I’m currently raving for guyabano (soursop) these days. Guyabano has many known benefits, including the prevention of cancer.
Guyabano is also rich carbohydrates, dietary fiber, and Vitamins C, B1, and B2 and flavanoid content. Flavonoids, according to the Department of Science and Technology, are phytochemicals found to inhibit the growth of viruses, allergens and carcinogens.
Traditionally, guyabano has proven natural benefits. It helps lower fever, spasms, heart rate, and blood pressure. It also helps relieve pain, inflammation, and asthma.
Image and information source: www.dost.gov.ph
Fruits are a good dietary source of soluble fiber. Be it fresh, frozen or canned, they essentially help in regulating your bowel movement and help you reduce your food cravings. – #cliumlosemore