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Chicken With Oranges And Pineapple


 

3 chicken Breasts
3 Juice Oranges
1/2 Onion
1.5 teaspoons of Basil
1 teaspoon Black Pepper
1 Teaspoons Cinnamon
1 Cup Fresh Pineapple

2 tablespoons of Coconut Oil

Put frying pan on medium heat.
Add Coconut Oil
Cut up Onion
Add Onion to pan
Cut up Pineapple
Cut Chicken into bite size pieces
Remove skin from oranges
Put chicken in the pan
Cover with Cinnamon, Black Pepper and Basil
Squeeze oranges over chicken
Tear the oranges up and
Place the rest of the oranges in pan with chicken
Add the Pineapple
Stir once in a while
Cook for 15 minutes or until done

Healthy Benefits:

Chicken
High in Protein (Builds and repairs Muscle)
Fights Alzheimer’s
Fights Cancer

Oranges
Great Source of Vitamin C
Great source of Fiber
Contains Bioflavonoids (White Part Under the Skin Contains Much of it)
Contains Antioxidants
Anti-Cancer
Reduces Production of Cholesterol
Decreases Risk of Heart disease
Can lower high blood pressure
Strengthens Immune System
Lowers Risk of Kidney Stones
Fights Viruses

Pineapple
Contains Many Vitamins and Minerals
Contains Anti-Inflammatory Qualities
Great for Arthritis, Gout and other conditions that involve inflammation
Helps with Digestion
Strengthens Gums and Bones
Fights colds

Onions
Anti Bacterial
Anti Microbial
Anti Inflammatory
Good for the liver
Lowers Cholesterol
Thins blood, reduces risk of blood clots
Fights Asthma
Fights Bronchitis
Fights Hay Fever
Fights Diabetes
Reduces risk of stomach cancer
Detoxify the body of heavy metals

Cinnamon
May lower cholesterol
May help treat Type 2 Diabetes
Contains antifungal properties and may rid the body of candida
May reduce proliferation of leukemia and lymphoma cancer cells
When added to food inhibits bacterial growth and is a natural food preservative
Boosts cognitive function and memory
Helps eliminate headaches and migraines
Helps stabilize blood sugar
Increases metabolism

Black Pepper
Fights fat by breaking down the fat cells
Relief from respiratory problems
Antibacterial and Anti-Inflammatory
Helps with Digestion

Coconut Oil
New research claiming that it has been helping Alzheimer’s patients improve and even reverse effects.
Positive results for people affected with Type 1 and 2 diabetes.
Increases thyroid health by raising body temperature.
It increases metabolism (increases body temp)
Increases energy
Coconut oil on the body can promote healthy skin and hair.

Basil

Anti-Inflammatory and Anti-Bacterial
Contains Antioxidants
Contains many vitamins and minerals
Great for the Eyes

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2 responses »

  1. I would actually eat this one. Sounds good.

    Reply

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