Simplest no false or added sugars dessert

Take a banana, cut it in half, coat in almond butter, stick some fruit on top. My personal fave on top is sweet dark cherry halves, like Bing cherries. I could go more into it, but it’s really that simple. It takes a minute to create at most.

Health benefits of all ingredients:

1. First of all, congratulations on not using sugar in your dessert. Sugar causes unnecessary inflammation (the basis of all disease), messes with your metabolism, and just in general wreaks havoc on the body, whether it comes through soda, candy or dessert.

2. Berries: one of the best things you can put in your body. They are full of fiber, micronutrients like anthocyanins and polyphenolic compounds and plenty of vitamins. Increased consumption linked to all kinds of good things: with slowed cognitive decline in the elderly, cancer prevention and destruction,

3. Bananas: potassium, manganese, magnesium, iron, folate, niacin, riboflavin, calcium, and B6.

4. Almond butter: although almonds are caloric because of all the fat they contain, it is a “good fat” that lowers serum blood cholesterol levels instead of raising them, perhaps because it is linked to other phytonutrients like fiber and plant sterols. Used in moderation, nuts and seeds of all kind are heart healthy, help absorb any nutrients eaten along with them (the fat helps the nutrients cross the mucosal barrier in GI tract easier), improve cholesterol levels, have lots of micronutrients like vitamin E and Several B vitamins, etc. Compare this type of fat to the fat found in fries or animal sources that has no associated micronutrients, worsens blood cholesterol levels, and causes vascular problems.

This is the idea with healthy desserts. If you can choose things like fruit sorbets without added sugar or other dishes that use fruit that is loaded with nutrients instead of empty calories without any nutritional benefit like most desserts on the market, this can only do good things.