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Peanut Butter & Jelly
Peanut Butter & Jelly

high in antioxidants & B Vitamins

ingredients: white kidney beans, rolled oats, flaxseed meal, organic pumpkin, organic peanut butter, whole flaxseed, turmeric, medjool dates, Maui strawberries, Braggs amino acid, apple cider cvinegar, hemp oil, vanilla, liquid trace minerals, alkaline water.. This is not your Momma sandwich (unless she put white kidney beans on it?)! We've included more than just fresh pressed peanuts and Maui Kula strawberries.
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8oz Bag
Kidney Beans: White kidney beans are considered superfoods due to their high mineral, vitamin, protein and fiber content. White kidney beans and other legumes are rich in antioxidants, which are known to have anticancer properties. When cells in your body metabolize, they produce compounds known as free radicals. Such compounds bind to your cells, causing aging, cancer and chronic diseases. Antioxidants destroy free radicals, countering their harmful effects. Rich in fiber and vitamin B9 -- also called folate or folic acid. White kidney beans are rich in vitamin B1, or thiamin, which is necessary for formation and operation of brain cells. Kidney beans contain molybdenum, a trace mineral that is a key constituent of an enzyme known as sulfite oxidase. This enzyme detoxifies sulfites commonly found in prepared foods such as salad bars. If you are sensitive to sulfites, you may experience headache, rapid heartbeat or disorientation. Reacting adversely to sulfites indicates that molybdenum stores in your body are insufficient to cleanse them. According to The World's Healthiest Foods website, 1 cup of cooked white kidney beans meets 177 percent of your DV for molybdenum. There is an enzyme that cancer (tumor growth) needs called "phosphoinositide" and there is something in common foods that inhibits it called "pentakisphosphate" (InsP5). A new study out of the UK's University College London published in the Cancer Research Journal, indicates that cashew nuts, peanuts, kidney beans, and navy beans are all rich in InsP5. Oats: Contain a special type of fiber that boosts the immune system and helps fight bacterial infections. It also contains a special antioxidant that protects the heart from free radicals and helps reduce the risk of type-2 diabetes. I only use high-quality, human-grade, whole grain oats in my treats that are chock-full of nutrients. Oats are loaded with a soluble fiber called beta-glucan. Beta-glucans are incredibly viscous and help to thicken the membranes of the intestines when broken down. This thickening prevents the absorption of bile acids, which are made up of cholesterol. If the body has no bile acids to use in digestion, it must take up the cholesterol in the blood to replenish the bile acid, therefore reducing the amount of cholesterol in the bloodstream. Over time, enough of the cholesterol in the blood is removed to show a significant reduction or maintain healthy levels. But the benefits of oats do not end there... Low cholesterol in the bloodstream means reduced risk of heart disease. The high fiber in oats may also contribute to colon health and act as an aid to combat constipation. In addition to the benefits of a whole lot of fiber, these tasty grains also boast high protein levels and good sources of magnesium, iron, zinc as well as several B vitamins. In humans, oats have also been linked to controlling blood sugar levels, which could also benefit dogs with diabetes. Not to mention that oats are packed with selenium, a powerful antioxidant that has been linked to heart health, DNA repair and colon cancer prevention. Flaxseed: Flaxseed oil is said to be helpful in the treatment and prevention of cancer in dogs. Omega-3 fatty acids work to slow down cancer growth or prevent it in the first place. Better yet, regular intake of this substance can boost the immune system over time, helping your dog's body fight against the cancer on its own or prevent free radicals from converting more cells into cancer. Also great for arthritis and a healthy coat. Pumpkin: Support urinary health. An excellent source of beta-carotene, iron, Vitamin A, potassium, and fiber. The nutrients found in pumpkin help to keep a dog's immune system strong, thereby strengthening resistance to cancer and other disease. Pumpkin puree can help remedy upset tummies, constipation and diarrhea, making it a useful tool for dogs with digestive issues. Give just a teaspoon to a couple tablespoons (depending on the size of your dog) and it can help relieve upset stomach and digestive issues (poopy problems). If you have a dog with excessive weight and need to cut calories, consider adding some pumpkin puree to the diet. Peanut Butter: Peanut butter is a good source of Q10 which is good for the Heart. Peanut Butter aids in keeping a dog’s body operating more efficiently. As it contains a balanced level of protein and carbohydrates, it can pump up the dog’s system with energy and stamina. Peanut Butter is a great source of Vitamin E, niacin, phosphorous, magnesium and fiber. If your dog has diabetes, it means that the natural insulin inside the body is inhibited from being released. And if the sugar element in the bloodstream builds up uncontrollably, this can lead to permanent damage of the tissues, nerves and cells inside the body. Because of the right balance and level of protein and carbohydrates present in peanut butter, it can help your dog’s system to utilize the sugar elements in the bloodstream. The sugar components can then be metabolized and used properly. Natural peanut butter recipes are therefore helpful for dogs suffering from diabetes. When given in proper amounts, peanut butter treats have a lot of healthy benefits to offer to dogs. In fact, the omega fatty acids in peanut butter can even reduce bad cholesterol in dogs. Strawberries: Have been known to prevent carcinogen-induced esophageal cancer. Contain antioxidants that slow down the aging process by reducing degenerative disease. These antioxidants have reduced the risk of canine chronic diseases as well. The natural anti-inflammatory agents of this fruit have helped canines suffering from arthritis and from other musculoskeletal diseases. The soluble content of the fruit promotes the dog’s intestinal health. This fruit contains an enzyme that breaks down the tartar and keeps the dog’s teeth white. Vitamin C is on the top of the list of vitamin content of strawberries. Vitamin C strengthens a dog’s immune system. Turmeric: so many benefits it's hard to list them all. Aids in fat metabolism and weight management; Allergic respiratory disorders - Ashthma; Arthritis; Curcumin’s anti-inflammatory properties relieves aches and pains associated with arthritis; Beneficial for trauma from accidents as it helps lower serum levels which would otherwise cause massive inflammation leading to the shutdown of the heart and other organs; Artherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries – heart disease) by lowering bad LDL cholesterol; Bacterial infections – the volatile oil is an external broad spectrum antibiotic which acts to prevent bacterial infection in wounds; Blood purifier – beneficial in the treatment of skin disorders, Cancer inhibitor, Cardiovascular conditions; Chemotherapy – reduces the negative side-effects of chemotherapy; Detoxifier – turmeric is a natural liver detoxifier; Disinfectant for wounds and burns (antiseptic and antibacterial);Digestive disorders;Turmeric induces the flow of bile which acts to breakdown fat; Protects against injuries caused by some medications; Helps prevent gas/bloating; Inflammation (turmeric’s anti-inflammatory quality has been compared to topical hydrocortisone); Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD; Memory disorders; Neuritis (inflammation of the optic nerve), Peptic ulcers; Skin disorders; Strengthens ligaments. Note: Turmeric is even more powerful as a cancer inhibitor when teamed up with cauliflower…especially prostate cancer. Apple Cider Vinegar: Eases the pain of Arthritis, Improves digestion, Clears up urinary tract infections and prevents the formation of stones, improves the coat, kills bacterial and fungal infections on the skin (DO NOT put directly on an open sore), gets rid of dandruff, natural flea & tick repellant, natural antibiotic by killing off infectious bacterial and viral diseases, relieves muscle fatigue. Several studies have found that vinegar may help lower blood glucose levels, could lower cholesterol, blood pressure could be lowered by the acetic acid in vinegar. Some positive preliminary research suggests apple cider vinegar can help prevent cancer. A few laboratory studies have found that vinegar may be able to kill cancer cells or slow their growth. Dates: One medjool date contains 2 g of fiber, fulfilling 8 percent of the daily value and helping to control blood cholesterol. They contain a low amount of vitamin C, as well as folic acid and several B vitamins, thiamine, riboflavin, niacin and vitamin A. The B vitamins are important in terms of energy production and immune functioning, while vitamin A helps to maintain the health of the skin and teeth. At least 15 minerals have been identified in dates, including potassium, iron, magnesium and zinc. In addition, they contain elemental fluorine that protects against tooth decay. Selenium has also been identified in dates, which has anti-cancer properties and plays a role in maintaining the health of the immune system. Dates are also a source of iron, as they do not produce the nausea, headache and anorexia that may result from the use of iron supplements. Trace Minerals: Selenium, for example, has a lot of health benefits - from cancer prevention to protecting dogs from various diseases such as heart disease, IBD, arthritis, and skin problems. Selenium is a trace mineral that has antioxidant properties and can be found in many foods. The blend we use contains the following: Magnesium, Calcium, Selenium, Potassium, Chromium, Iron, Zinc, Phosphorus, Copper, Manganese, Sodium, Litium. (comes from our Maui sea water)