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Superfoods are a naturally superior group of foods. In order to be considered a superfood, they must be nutrient dense, yet low in calories. Also, they all have a high concentration and variety of:

  • minsvita 

  • minerals

  • antioxidants

  • phytonutrients

  • fiber

  • healthy fats 

  • quality protein

Superfoods come in a range of forms. Some include:

 

Green Superfoods (such as kale, spinach, wheatgrass, and spirulina)
These foods have the highest concentrations of bioavailable vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients, and healthy bacteria. They help to protect against disease, build immunity, improve digestive health, and build lean muscle. 

 


Fruit Superfoods (such as goji berries, acai, raw cacao, coconut, and noni)
These are especially high in antioxidants which protect the body from free radicals and oxidative stress. In turn, they help to prevent disease and cellular damage. 

 

Herb Superfoods (such as nettle, echinacea, ginseng, and aloe vera)
Herbs provide the body with essential nutrients that it can’t otherwise produce itself. These superfoods are great supplements for vitamin and nutrient deficiencies. Each herb has a different function, but they work in conjunction to rebalance and regulate the body.

 

This superfood-packed recipe serves two. All you need is a blender and passion for health!

 

Ingredients:
2 cups coconut water or almond milk
2 cups spinach, tightly packed
1 cup kale, tightly packed (stems removed)
1 medium avocado (skin and pit removed)
2 frozen bananas
5 dates (pits removed)
1 teaspoon Spirulina powder
1 teaspoon chlorella powder
1/2 teaspoon maca powder
1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon Himalayan pink sea salt (optional)

 

Enjoy!

 

 

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My mission as a certified health coach is to help you support your thyroid using The Seven Essentials for Optimal Health. Together we will explore the food you eat, your perception of stress, and how much quality sleep you get each night. We will look at the amount of safe movement you engage in daily, if you are having fun regularly, your connection to spirituality, and how you are dealing with past trauma. The goal isn’t to balance all areas of your life equally, rather to work on the areas which support YOUR thyroid health, allowing you to live your best with Hashimotos.

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