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Psyllium adalah tumbuhan semak yang tumbuh di daerah Eropa, USA, Rusia dan India. Baik biji ataupun sekam (husk) mempunyai kandungan water soluble fiber yang sangat tinggi. Psyllium Husk sering digunakan untuk membantu melancarkan buang air besar, meredakan serangan diare dan sebagai pencahar. Karena kandungan fiber nya yang tinggi, Psyllium Husk juga dapat digunakan sebagai diet penurun kolesterol. Psyllium Husk juga sangat membantu bagi penderita wasir. Psyllium Husk dapat membantu menurunkan resiko kanker usus besar dan resiko cardiovascular. Anda dapat berkonsultasi dengan dokter anda sebelum menggunakannya sebagai bagian pola diet anda. 🔘 Psyllium Husk 225 gr
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Simple, nutritious & delicious... These breakfast açaí smoothies are designed to fuel you with açaí berry goodness and they will replenish your body with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and slow releasing energy enabling you to smash the day, your way!
All you need is 100g of our quality @amazoniaza açaí (check our online shop for featured products - link in bio ☝️) some frozen fruit - 🍌 and 🥭 for the creamiest blend - some nut/plant milk, granola & a few slices of fresh fruit🍓🍓. Blend the Açaí with the frozen fruit and milk first then serve in any glass you fancy, layering the fresh fruit + granola first and topping with Açaí! Upside down jars of happiness 🙃🙃
CHAI STICKY BLEND! ☕🍵☕🍵 Oh... how I wish you could smell the deliciousness in these pots! Let me fill you in alittle on what you are missing out on....
🥄Ceylon loose leaf black tea
🥄Cinnamon 🥄Star anise
🥄Ginger & Black pepper!
Made with 100% pure Australian ingredients this handcrafted blend is delivering a truly distinctive taste...and what better way to get into the Christmas spirit then with this loose Chai inspired blend! 🥄Tea pot / Plunger / cup / mug or add it into a recipe! Yum all round 😁
Homemade cashew butter! 🙌🏻🙌🏻
SUPER happy with how this turned out, thick and nutty and works well in baking and smoothies.
Have you ever tried making your own nut butter?
Seriously the easiest thing to make (roasted cashews, a bit of salt and I also added some vanilla + coconut oil)
Plan on having a bit more of a refined recipe + a few other nut butter recipes in the works 👀
Raise you hand if you love muffins !!🙋♀️ I know I do😉! Turned a banana oat quick bread recipe into these little babies and they turned out super yummy! Not only are they tasty but they’re high in protein and calcium to keep those muscles and bones strong 💪 !
Banana Oat Muffins: ~ 1 1/2 cups all purpose flour
~2/3 cup sugar
~1 1/2 tsp baking powder ~1/4 tsp baking soda
~1/4 tsp salt
~3/4 cup oats
~1 cup mashed banana ~1/3 cup buttermilk
~1/4 cup vegetable oil
~1 tsp vanilla
~2 eggs, beaten
1-Preheat oven to 350 and combine dry ingredients in a large bowl.
2- Combine wet ingredients in a separate bowl. Once combined, mix wet ingredients into dry.
3- Stir mixture gently until all ingredients are combined.
4- Spoon batter into pre-lined muffin pan. Fill cups 2/3 way full.
5- Place muffins in oven and bake for approximately 30 mins or until golden.
6- Enjoy! 🥰 Nutrition Facts- serves 6. For 1 serving- ~317 calories
~12.5 g fat
~46.9 g carbs
~3.1 g fiber
~6.6 g protein
~80% DV Calcium
It's friggin cold here in Vancouver which means it's the perfect time to start whipping out some fun new winter warming recipes! As promised here is last week's Turkey Curry recipe 🙌 I made this recipe up after I saw a picture of beef curry and thought how can I "simplify and healthily" a recipe like this...Depending on whether or not you like spice you can absolutely play around with the red chili flakes, otherwise I really hope you dig it. xx
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The reality of SIBO that just NEVER 👏🏼 WANTS 👏🏼 TO 👏🏼 GO 👏🏼 AWAY 👏🏼
Im super serious and diligent about my supplements, but my SIBO protocol is like another part time job. If I’m keeping up with it 110%, my SIBO stays pretty mild, but the minute I miss 1 of my 6 daily doses, I automatically balloon up, and get prettyyy crampy and uncomfy 😬
Super grateful I know what works for me, but sometimes, I just look at my body and think: sis..can we cut the high maintenance attitude? ✋🏼 Anyone else? .
But in all seriousness, 99% of my stomach issues can be linked to my SIBO, which I never realized until this last year. I was always wondering how I always felt like straight 💩 when I was technically in remission. IBD can be so confusing and misleading, which is why it’s SO important to find a doctor that cares, and takes a holistic approach to finding the source of your unique problem. Functional medicine connected me to my body, taught me to dig deeper, and quite literally changed my life. So I’m gonna go sleep off this blog, and start my protocol again tomorrow. But for now, at least I get extra fiancé compliments awhing at how cute i would look pregnant. Hmm 🤔
Started my day off with some warm overnight proats! -
Base recipe in earlier post!
Topped with @ghirardelli dark choc chips and chopped pecans
Avoid these following food storage mistakes to keep foods fresher longer and protect against food-borne illnesses! 👇🏻😎
- Keeping leafy greens in plastic bags 🥦🥒
If you've ever keeping leafy greens in plastic bags will make them wet and slimy. This because the plastic bag doesn't allow air to circulate around the leaves, which will increase the growth of mould and bacteria, so it rots more quickly. Store your leafy greens in perforated plastic bags or layer it with sheets of paper towel and keep it in a large bowl in the fridge
- Storing Onions with Potatoes 🌰🥔
Both onions and potatoes release moisture and gases, which can lead to faster spoiling. Store your potatoes in a cool, dark, dry place, and keep your onions far away, also in a cool, dry place, but one that gets plenty of air circulation
- Storing Food Uncovered 🍲🍝
Putting an uncovered plate in the refrigerator can be a dangerous food storage mistake and lead to cross-contamination. That's why it's so important to store everything in enclosed containers, in addition to protecting it from contamination, it also helps foods last longer
- Storing Food Before It Cools Down 🥟🍛
If you place hot food in the fridge, it can warm the food around it and increase the rate of bacterial growth! Instead of that, it's best to allow hot foods to cool before refrigerating and be sure to get foods into the fridge within two hours
- Storing meats on the top shelf of the fridge 🥩
It's best to store high-risk foods like raw meat, chicken and poultry on the bottom shelf in the fridge. Storing it on the top will cause the juices dripping onto other foods and cause cross-contamination
Let's share this to all your families and friends! 😉