Recipe 6,000-Year-Old: It Will Give You Back Your Strength And Energy

This recipe was made 6,000 years ago, and it is present in the ancient Greek and Middle East. Some even call it Greek breakfast. This delicious treat, called pasteli, will help you feel energized and strong once again.

Recipe 6,000-Year-Old: It Will Give You Back Your Strength And Energy

This treat is also mentioned in Homer’s Iliad under the name of Intrion. This is one of the most delicious meals you will ever eat, and the great thing is that it has healthy characteristics too.

What Are Pasteli?

This is a mixture of two ultra-healthy ingredients – honey and sesame seed. It is also called Greek sesame honey candy bar. The combination of these two ingredients you will get the Holy Grail of healthy properties: zinc, iron, fiber, calcium and all other healthy ingredients.

This combo will help you in a fight against fat in the blood and high cholesterol. Your heartbeat will become regular and high blood pressure will decrease. You will feel energetic and strong.

Pasteli also have a good impact on chronic stress after three weeks of regular consumption. The new study “Clinical Journal of Nutrition” confirmed that honey and sesame seed will reduce depression, multiple sclerosis, and high blood pressure.

For this recipe you will need:

  • 300 grams of tahini (a paste made out of sesame seed)
  • 300 grams of organic honey

Before putting tahini into a bowl, you should remove excess oil from the top. When the both ingredients are mixed well, you will be able to make a bar from them. You can always add almond, hazelnut or anything else you want.

You can even make balls or some other interesting shape, and if you want, you can roll them into whole sesame seed. Put this treat into the fridge to cool down. Eat 2-3 balls a day and you will feel reborn.

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