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Blackstrap Molasses

Blackstrap molasses is a truly rich source of minerals and vitamins.  As the last possible extraction of the cane in refining sugar, it is the richest in nutrients of the sugar-related products.  It contains more calcium than milk, more iron than many eggs, and more potassium that any food, and it is an excellent source of B vitamins.  It is also rich in copper, magnesium, phosphorus, pantothenic acid, inositol, and vitamin E.  One tablespoon of blackstrap molasses contains 3 milligrams of iron and over 100 milligrams of calcium.  It is also a good source of natural sugar.  Recommended daily dosage is 1 tablespoon dissolve in 1 cup lukewarm water or soy milk; one-half that amount is recommended for children.  Molasses may be used as a sugar substitute in cereals and may be eaten instead of jam or jelly.  Varicose veins, arthritis, ulcers, dermatitis, hair damage, eczema, psoriasis, angina pectoris, constipation, colitis, anemia, and nervous conditions may respond to supplementing the diet with this mineral-rich molasses.
Not recommended for diabetics.

*Nutrition Almanac, Third Edition by Lavon J. Dunne

 

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