Glossary of Weight Loss Nature’s Way Foods
Most of the ingredients used in Weight Loss Nature’s Way can be purchased in local markets. A few unique foods are only available in health food stores, depending on where you live. Below, there might be a few food items that you may not be familiar with. Many of the ingredients listed have been used in various cultures, particularly in the Far East, for hundreds of years. These cultures have mastered the art of living on vegan diets, vegetarian diets, or on diets very low in animal protein. We can learn some helpful things from them. This vegan food list will give you a general guideline on their usage.
Have fun, experiment, and replace where you need to.
Adzuki beans are small and very compact, with a deep reddish-brown colour. These tiny beans are a staple in the Far East. They are revered in Japan for their healing properties, are low in fat, and reputed to be more digestible than most other beans as well as rich sources of potassium, iron, and B vitamins (not B12).
Bancha is a Japanese tea made from the stems and twigs of the tea bush. It has no caﬀeine or chemical dyes and is packed with antioxidants. It also is high in calcium and aids in digestion.
Barley malt is a sweetener or grain honey made from sprouted barley that is cooked into sweet syrup. The syrup contains dextrin, maltose, various minerals, and protein.