I haven't heard HRT cake so looked it up and found the following ingredients.
- 100g soya flour
- 300g porridge oats
- 250g dried apricots
- Handful of dried cranberries
- 50g pumpkin seeds
- 50g sunflower seeds
- 100g golden flaxseed (linseeds)
- 50g brazil nuts chopped
- 50g walnuts chopped
- 500ml soya milk
- Pinch of cinnamon to taste
- 1 tsp fresh grated ginger
- A few fennel seeds
- Approx 1 small glass of organic apple juice (enough to give moist consistency
To me this sounds like a good muesli mix and I love muesli. We use ground flaxseed which releases nourishment better than the seeds, although it also sends you to the loo.
I can't help as regards hormone symptoms but think this sounds healthy even eaten uncooked, except for the flour.
My only reservation might be it's very high on fruit, seeds and nuts so much more oats and no flour would need to be added to create a muesli.
Also I note it's no fat in it. My wife said it's not really a cake but soya is has plant oestrogen so perhaps the flour and milk are meant to have some effect for women, if not men I don't know.
Edited by member 02 Feb 2020 at 22:54
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