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Number One Restaurant on Roatan – Roatan Oasis of course!

Roatan Oasis will be open the normal hours this weekend for our delicious food menu(noon-9pm)- elect to spend time with us!!!

Lunch Menu:
Today’s soup with fresh bread L100
Blue cheese, roast veg and jalepeno pesto panini (with french fries or salad) L200
Italian Sausage with carmalised onions and mozzerella (with french fries or salad) L200
Singapore Noodles L250
Steak Quesidilla L180

Dinner Menu:
Lite Bites:
Trio of soups L150
Goats cheese, lentil and black olive pate, served with jalepeno jam l100
Roast veg, spinach and goats cheese salad L100

Main Bites:
Singapore Noodles L250
Chicken Korma L200
Chipotle Glazed Ribs L500
Fried Green Tomato Sliders L300
Shepherd’s Pie L250

Sweet Bites:
Toffee Apple Crumble L60
Dark Chocolate Tart with white chocolate drizzle L60

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ROATAN MALARIA LESSON #7

MALARIA LESSON #7: Lauric Acid when in the human body it will form into monolaurin. It has broad antimicrobial properties. lauric acid is a malaria fighter!

WHERE DO YOU FIND LAURIC ACID?: Cold-pressed coconut oil (we need Eldons Supermarkets to start carrying this product for us), dried coconut (can be found Eldons), coconut milk (can be found in Eldons), bitter melon (dont know where if available on the island).

SO i have been drinking a glass of coconut milk each day during my malaria recovery and it will become part of my daily diet from here on in for sure.

Please be sure to check with AT YOUR SERVICE for your pre-arrival grocery shopping needs. I have lived here 8 years now and never had it until this past month. so no one is immune to it, it only takes one mosquito bite to do it and I got one.

ROATAN MALARIA LESSON #6: Arabinoglactans

MALARIA LESSON #6: the University of Minnesota conducted a research project that revelated that arabinogalactan stimulated immune cells and a proper immune system that helps your organisms to fight against malaria infection.

WHEE DO YOU FIND ARABINOGALACTANS: tomatoes, carrots, pears, coconut, leek, onioin, spinach, broccoli, avocado, eggplant, mango, apples, apricot, banana, radish, turmeric, echinacea tea, marshallow root!

all items except leeks, mango (out of season right now), echinacea tea and marshmallow root can be found in Eldons Supermarkets.

Let at your service do your pre-arrival grocery shopping and make sure you add these items to your food before you come down and while you are here on ROATAN!

Roatan Malaria Lesson #5

MALARIA LESSON #5: A study that was published in the Tropical Journal of Pharmaceutical Research stated that “Oxidative stress has shown to play an important role in the development of anaemia in malaria. Indeed, the increase in total antioxidant status has also shown to be important in the recovery from malaria. ”

so where do you find antioxidants? acai berries are rich in antioxidants and also are a great immune booster (there is Acai berry juice at Eldons Supermarkets. A strong immune system is the best fighter against any kind of infectious disease. If you have no actual acai berries or acai juice, there is a freeze dried powder that you can order on line.

Malaria Lesson of Roatan #4

MALARIA LESSON 4: Ellagic Acid is polyphenol and it has positive effect in the malaria treatment. Chloroquine, mefloquine, artesunate and Atovaquone are typical anti malaria drugs and Ellagic acid has shown to potentiate the activity of these drugs.

What is Ellagic Acid found in? Strawberries, pomegranates and the best source is red rasberry seeds and/or red raspberries.