I am always looking for recipes that blow my mind and the Acai Bowl is my latest obsession. I have been checking it out everywhere on Instagram and Pinterest and just had to try…well, it is a home run meal.
The Acai is from Central and South America. I remember standing in Whole Foods about 10 years when I first saw Acai in the freezer section, so I am really late to the game.
Acai is RAD because it is anti-viral, anti-bacterial, loaded with protein, minerals, vitamins and even has good healthy fats.
Yes, a home run meal.
I also love how easy the Acai Bowl is to make and you can craft this bowl to your fancy. Top the Acai bowl with your favorite toppings and you are ready for the magic to happen.
I think you know why this is my latest obsession – simple and easy to make plus loaded with tons of healthy goodness.
Acai is awesome for anyone who has dealt with digestive issues like myself because it is creamy, easy on the digestion and nutrient dense (lots of nutrients packed into one bowl).
1 cup frozen berries (any kind)
1 cup dairy free milk
2 tablespoons acai powder
2 tablespoons chia seeds
1/2 tablespoon raw nut butter
1 scoop protein powder, plant based
Blend all of the ingredients, then top with your favorite toppings.
I love coconut, bee pollen, raw cacao, berries, maca or goji berries.
My kids love this one: (they love gluten free granola, banana and berries).
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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, the International School of Detoxification and Natalia Rose Advanced Detox Certification Training. Rachel has also certified by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners. 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. Her signature detox and cleanse programs help people to eliminate foods that are wreaking havoc on their body. To find out more about her work visit www.rachelswellness.com.