Oats are a healthy food and perfect for breakfast since they pack loads of nutrients and especially fibre which will help you be full for longer, regulate blood sugar incase of diabetes and also give you a high dose of unique antioxidants only found in oats. The fibre is specifically awesome since the typical Kenyan breakfast has very little fibre which results into accumulation of toxins in the large intestines and that is why many people are lined up for gut surgeries nsh!t. Just eat more fibre especially in the morning, tea/coffee with pasteurized GMO milk and refined bleached cancerous sugar, is not doing your body any good.

Muesli Recipe

So, what is a muesli, ‘It was developed around 1900 by Swiss physician Maximilian Bircher-Benner for patients in his hospital’, wikipedia. It is simply a mixture of uncooked rolled oats, fruit, nuts and milk. Of course back in the day, there were no cows being fed GMO maize or injected bovine growth hormone so their milk was legit. I use homemade coconut milk which is so easy to make.

Coconut Milk

  1. Bring to boil 3 cups of water.
  2. When the water is almost boilinjg, reduce heat and steep 1 cup of dessicated coconut.
  3. Simmer gently for 10 minutes.
  4. Blitz in blender. If you don’t have a blender that is ok, you can just skip to the next step.
  5. Strain/sieve with a cloth and there is your coconut milk.

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Back to the muesli recipe, I use organic cinnamon, a dash of natural Himalayan salt, some dried blueberries (you can use any dried fruit or better yet fresh like bananas, strawberries..), some coconut milk and raw nuts for texture (almonds with skin are the most nutritionally dense nuts, walnuts are super-healthy too, pistachios taste better, whole hazelnuts are also fantastic and to finish it off I add a splash of honey or unrefined cane sugar or jaggerry, but raw organic honey is healthiest and tastiest in my opinion.

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