Apple Peel Powder: Super Healthful & Easy To Make

Apple Peel Powder: Super Healthful & Easy To Make

Postby jpf1030 » Fri Apr 05, 2019 6:17 pm

Howdy Ya'll,

The below info from the Health Ranger (Mike Adams) validates my notion about drying the apple squeezings when we do our annual cider pressing for the BSOSC group. In addition to the other ways we have used the dried squeezings for making granola and eating as a snack, this article adds yet another, that being that we could blend the dried squeezings like we did the dried hot peppers into a powder. Some of this consumed as a daily supplement would be even more healthful than the old "apple a day keeps the doctor away" axiom. Even better than the organic offering from Natural News is that we all could make our own organic apple peel powder for free!...jpf
Mike Adams Glyphosate-Tested Organic Apple Peel Powder for joints and mobility

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Apple Peel Powder

It might surprise you to know that the peels are actually the most nutritious part of the apple. In fact, they contain more phytonutrients, antioxidants, and bioactive enzymes than the apple's juicy flesh. Researchers have found that regular consumption of dried apple peel powder supports healthy joint function and mobility due to their high antioxidants and unique nutrition content. Many people find organic apple peel powder to be a powerful asset in their fitness and strength routine when consumed daily.

Health Ranger Select Organic Apple Peel Powder is made from non-GMO, organic apples grown on pristine farms in Canada without the use of synthetic pesticides. Health Ranger Select Apple Peel Powder contains no preservatives, fillers, harmful chemicals, sweeteners, or additives of any kind. Our apple peel powder is certified organic and processed at low temperatures to retain its vital nutrients. Moreover, Health Ranger Select Organic Apple Peel Powder is completely non-China, and it's lab-tested for heavy metals, microbiology, and glyphosate.
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