FKF March and April 2017 Newsletter

Just your average girl, tinkering around her kitchen...

Salaam and Greetings FKF Fans!


With the Holy month of Ramadhan fast approaching us, we wanted to take the time to wish you all an early Ramadhan Mubarak! InshaAllah our next newsletter will be right after Eid. As we usually do every year, there will be a special 'Ramadhan Recipes' section on our website, so keep an eye out for it! Hopefully it will be of help to you with the day to day Iftar and Sehri preparations over the Holy month, inshaAllah! Please do let us remember one another in our duas... and may Allah (SWT) accept our fasts and supplications, Ameen!

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Latest Yummies

Bread Pudding with Vanilla Sauce   Fried Meatballs   Crunchy Sesame Chicken   Chip Butty
Murgh Cholay   Cheesy Chicken Broccoli and Rice Casserole   Cilantro Lime Sauce     



This Month's Tips - Avocados!

The avocado is a very unique type of fruit. Avocados are high in healthy fats. In this newsletter we will be covering 6 proven health benefits of avocados and why you should be including them in your diet.

Avocados vs Bananas

Potassium is an important mineral that most of us don't get enough of. There is more potassium in an avocado than in a banana.


Monosaturated Fatty Acids

Avocado is a high fat food and the fat in avocado is called oleic acid. This is a monosaturated fatty acid that is also found in olive oil and is also known as the 'heart healthy' fat.


High in fiber

Fiber is another nutrient found in relatively large amounts in avocados. 3.5oz of avocados contain 7gm of fiber, which is 27% of the recommended daily amount.


Lowers Cholesterol

Eating avocados can lower cholesterol and triglyceride levels (high levels of these two can increase risk of heart disease). Many studies have shown eating avocados can improve heart disease risk factors.



In recent studies done, researchers took a look at the dietary habits and health of those who eat avocados. They found the ones eating avocados to be much more healthy than those who didn't. They had a higher nutrient intake and weighed less.


Weight Loss

Researchers have noticed that people who ate avocados weighed less than the ones who didn't. In one study they found avocado eating individuals felt 23% more satisfied and had a 28% lower desire to eat over the next 5 hours. As mentioned before, avacodos are high in fiber and low in carbs - this helps promote weight loss.

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