Sunday, 21 June 2015
Going Green for Protein & Cleansing & Superfoods Affair
No, I'm not about to set up home in the tree tops, scaling up and down the trunk by rope and sending communications via pigeon.
I'm just going to green-ify my insides and refresh, rejuvenate, re-energise.
I'm not into a cleanse or a detox. I don't believe the body is "toxic", only some of our habits. You can't outrun or disguise bad habits but you can gradually try to build and establish good ones.
The more good habits, the better. Some naughtiness and indulgence is absolutely necessary for the spirit so don't become a total puritan!
After indulging my coffee habit to the point of 8 hardcore black coffees a day, I know I need to face the horrible sleep deprivation and wonky appetite I've dealt myself. I'm going green.
I've stocked up on green tea and can't wait until Forest Superfoods starts stocking matcha green tea. Soon, I'm promised.
In the meantime, I've ordered moringa powder and aloe vera juice. There's every sort of green and raw, natural supplement you could want or need and they are super friendly. I had questions and mere minutes after sending an email, bam! Responses.
It is also recommended for iron deficiency, arthritis and rheumatism (joint pain), heaches, fluid retention and to boost the immune system after an infection.
Or just too much coffee.
PLUS it aids in digestion and stomach pain. Again, coffee havoc.
Aloe Vera juice from Forest Super Foodshttp://forestsuperfoods.com.au/
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