The natural sodium, potassium and glucose that fruit and greens provide are vital for the proper functioning of the body, and essential for anyone dealing with adrenal fatigue and the host of health conditions affected by poor adrenal health.
If you’re suffering from adrenal fatigue or viral issues, try regularly incorporating ripe bananas into your meals and snacks. Bananas help stimulate the rich production of electrolytes thanks to their abundant levels of amino acids and exceptionally bioavailable potassium that work together. The bananas superior ability to replenish the body makes this fruit one of the best foods you can eat before and after working out. So, next time you’re gearing up to exercise, try snacking on a banana or throwing one in your bag for a post-workout treat. Do you suffer from colitis, IBS, or Crohn's disease? Bananas can help alleviate these conditions as well as gastric cramps and other gastrointestinal disorders that are largely impacted by stress.
Dates possess a number of healing properties that can positively impact your health, and their delicious sweetness make them a fantastic snack as well as an easy and healthy way to sweeten a dish. Although the true number has not yet been recorded, dates contain close to 70 bioactive minerals. These minerals offer fantastic support for your adrenal glands, which can always benefit from assistance due to the stress and busyness of modern life. Dates are incredibly rich in amino acids, although researchers have yet to identify the exact amount. Leucine and the other amino acids this fruit contains help enhance its potassium content so that muscles and nerves receive exceptional support.
One of the greens I often recommend for its incredible healing properties is barley grass juice powder. This wonderful green powder can be added to water, coconut water, juices or smoothies to give you additional nutrients. Barley grass juice extract powder contains high-quality protein that the body is able to easily take in and use as well as 20 amino acids. If you’re working to better support your thyroid, barley grass juice extract powder can offer tremendous assistance. This food can help to free the thyroid gland of toxins and heavy metals. It may be surprising to learn that barley grass juice extract powder is gluten-free and as a result can be consumed by anyone with celiac disease or gluten intolerance. The reason for this is that the young grass used to create barley grass juice powder is harvested before the grass yields grain.
Learn much more about the physical, emotional, and spiritual properties of these foods and more in my book Life-Changing Foods.
Today’s recipe gives you one a delicious way to incorporate barley grass juice extract powder into your diet. The base of bananas in this recipe gives an unbeatable sweet creaminess that is reminiscent of milkshakes you may have enjoyed as a child. Adding the barley grass juice extract powder is optional but gives you an especially powerful balance of nutrients. This is a perfect breakfast or snack and is also great to take on the go.
Barley Grass Shake
Blend all ingredients in a high-speed blender until smooth.
For a thicker milk, add water slowly until you reach the consistency you desire. Pour into a glass and enjoy!
This item posted: 07-Dec-2015
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