What do you do when you have a ripe peach and a ripe guacamole?
Make a Peach Guacamole dip, of course!
Fats are certainly missing in our diets today. Well, healthy fats that is! The amazing thing is that fats are a co-factor to minerals. And as we continue to recover the health of children and achieve healthy lives, balance with all the good nutrients provided from this beautifully created world is important.
To further help, great research exists regarding consumption of animal fats and good saturated fats. These fats provide incredible health and vitality. Likewise, the lack of good fats has some serious consequences.* A great read from a biochemist is “Eat Fat, Lose Fat” by Mary Enig, PhD.
We see so many people taking supplements, medications and minerals but they are eating margarine or some other modified fat. A body has a hard time healing without the right environment. Since every cell in our body consists of fats, we must consume this important ingredient in all healthy modalities. We prefer real food and find eating enjoyable, nutritious, and more absorbable.
What Kind of Fat Matters
Thus, we keep it real. Avocado is a great source of fat and peaches provide great vitamins. Probably best when freshly picked, but we bought more for a good price and now we have some fairly ripe remnants. A perfect scenario for…homemade Peach Guacamole. Additionally, we use organic where possible because we are dealing with recovery. Adding more chemicals from a spray or dipped seed is not a viable option for our kids…hence, the difficulty in wasting or just tossing out such hard-earned, clean, organic, real food.
Here’s our tasty treat. It worked well with sliced carrots and organic rice chips.
1 Garlic clove
1 T lemon juice
1 tsp Mineral Salt
1/2 bunch of Cilantro broke in half (the flavor is in the stems)
1 tsp Cayenne Pepper
1/4 cup Broth/Stock
Wash all fresh ingredients. Remove pit from peach and place in the blender. Add remaining ingredients and blend on “sauce” setting or low for a few seconds.
Enjoy a real food delicious seasonal treat that is full of good healthy fats and a little sweet and spicy vitamins and minerals.
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Source: *Fed Proc. 1978 Jul;37(9):2215-20.Dietary fat and cancer trends–a critique. Enig MG, Munn RJ, Keeney M.
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