Are you eating clean and you still feel exhausted?
Learn what foods give you rocket-fuel energy and learn how to get in tune with the foods that do not work.
Thyroid a hot mess?
Bloating happening daily?
Yeast out of control down there?
Feeling zapped on your energy levels?
Top Superfoods for boosting immune are:
+ (chia, flax, hemp seeds) – great source of omegas and fiber
+ pomegranate fruit powder – awesome antioxidant
+ wheatgrass – add 1 tsp to a smoothie daily (great for alkalizing the body and combatting colds
+ maca root – an adaptogen, which helps the body adapt to stress.
What is Maca?
David Wolfe was one of my teachers at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and I love how he defines Maca. I know for me, adding a little Maca daily to my diet has made a world of difference for my energy levels, hormonal health and bowel movements.
“Maca — This adaptogenic superfood increases energy, endurance, strength, and libido and has been used as a staple food in the Peruvian Andes for thousands of years. Dried maca powder contains more than 10% protein, nearly 20 amino acids, including 7 essential amino acids. Maca contains five times more protein than a potato and four times more fibre.” by David Wolfe
Recipe for Maca Protein Balls:
1.5 tsp raw maca powder
1 tbsp cinnamon
1 tbsp raw cacao powder
8 soft medjol dates, pits removes + soaked for 10 minutes
1/2 cup raw cashews and raw almonds
1/4 cup organic goji berries
1 tsp alcohol free vanilla extract
How to Make: Place all ingredients in a blender until smooth. Roll into balls and refrigerate. Makes 15 balls.
Rachel Feldman is a health coach, wellness momma, and a detox specialist. Based in Boca Raton, Florida, Rachel assists clients nationwide via phone, email and Skype. Rachel helps men and women struggling with weight gain, digestive issues and toxicity. Rachel graduated from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in New York City, Wild Rose Natural College of Healing, and the International School of Detoxification. She is also certified by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners and has obtained additional Continuing Education Units from Purchase College, State University of New York. Her approach to health focuses not only on the foods you put into your mouth but also incorporates the elements of body, mind and soul. She helps her clients to access the blueprint for their health by discovering what foods fuel the body and not inflame the body.