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Apple chips

This recipe is crushes cravings by soothing growling bellies. Apples are very high in pectin, a soluble fibre shown to help you feel full and satisfied. It also aids in healthy digestion; vital in maintaining and reaching an ideal weight, and in the long-term prevention of many chronic illnesses. Healthy digestion is also key to a healthy gut, allowing the absorption of essential nutrients and minerals. Both apples and cinnamon can make afternoon slumps a distant memory. Polyphenols in apples have also been shown to help regulate sugar levels, which is key in the prevention of diabetes type II, cravings and over-eating. Having a regulated blood sugar level will also help make those afternoon crashes, a thing of the past. Focus in class? Yes please!


  • 2 cups sliced organic apples
  • 1 teaspoon melted coconut oil
  • 1/2 -1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • Pinch unrefined pink salt


  1. Preheat oven to 350° F.
  2. Slice apple with a mandolin as thin as possible and place on a parchment paper lined 28x33 centimeter baking sheet. If you don’t own a mandolin then you can slice by hand but it needs to be very thin to create the chip like texture.
  3. Add oil, salt and spice and stir well. Bake until crispy but not burnt, about 40-45 minutes. The chips brown quickly once dry so be sure to start checking it 35 minutes to be safe. Every oven is different so it may take less or more time so adjust accordingly.
  4. Store in an air-tight container for up to four weeks.

Reprinted from Healing the Hormonal Heart with permission by Julie Daniluk RHN

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