Natural Immune Boost
Below is a breakfast recipe that will give you the vitality you want, hold you all the way until lunch, include both your essential Macro-Nutrients and your Micro-Nutrients, and taste fabulous! But first, you owe it to yourself to quickly review some essentials about your health in general, and your wonderful immune system.
Boost your Immune System the natural way.
Do you want to do what is best for yourself and your family? If so, you're probably on the look out for easy, affordable and tasty recipes that are a win-win. Especially in light of all the new data reminding us of the harmful side-effects of vaccines, and the new studies which are showing how ineffective the flu vaccines actually are. (Some years the effective rate is under 10%.)
How do you support your Immune System the natural way?
- Excellent Micro-Nutrients
- Less refined sugars and carbs.
- Get good exercise.
- Lower Your Stress Levels.
- Plenty of Rest.
How do I get excellent Micro-Nutrients?
First off, it's important to learn about the balance of Macro-Nutrients and Micro-Nutrients. Most people fill up on too much of the "Macros" like carbs, protein, sugars and fats, and miss the critical "Micros". Now, don't let the word Micro sway you into believing they're not important! When you add up the more than 300 Micro-Nutrients you use everyday, they're impact is big! For instance, right this second, as you read this line, you have 7 trillion cells using dozens of Micro-Nutrients to do everything from keeping your heart pumping to allowing your brain and nervous system to read this paragraph! For example, every minute of every day, you're using the mineral magnesium in over 200 magnesium-dependent enzymes!
And don't forget the hundreds of Phyto-Nutrients your body is using right now to get you thru the next hour of your life! The only way to get Phyto-Nutrients is from fruits, vegetables, herbs and spices. Especially the deeply colored ones! If you're eating a couple of servings of greens, berries, and a wide array of brightly colored vegetables, you're doing great. But if you're too busy to eat right all of the time, (which is most of us), then you'll want to find the purest, cleanest, and most affordable source of intensely colored foods in powder form to supplement yourself.
The primary reason that Sarvaa SuperFood exists is for this very reason. Almost nobody can get all their Micro-Nutrients every day, either because of our long-standing habits in this culture of filling up on the Macros, or because of our fast-paced life. Sarvaa's SuperGreens and SuperFruit C are absolutely packed with the Micro-Nutrients that are impossible to get in even a great diet. Why? Because nobody eats lot's of: Camu Berries, Moringa Leaf, Nettle Leaf, Mangosteen, Ashwaganda, Acerola Cherries, AFA, Chlorella, Dulse, or Medicinal Mushrooms on a daily basis!
Immune Boost Breakfast - Part 1
Here is a Terrific Triple Teamed approach to keep you super fit, healthy, strong, and will really support your immune system and your overall vitality as we approach the cold and flu season.
Add 2 Teaspoons of Sarvaa's SuperGreens and 3 Teaspoons SuperFruit C to 4 oz of water in a very small jar or bottle and shake for 11 seconds while smiling delightfully. Then sip on this Micro-Nutrient "Bomb" as you eat the warm porridge explained below.
Immune Boost Breakfast - Part 2
Buck You Up Buckwheat. (To replace cereal, toast, bagels, or oatmeal)
1 Cup of Raw White Buckwheat Groats. (Note: Buckwheat is not wheat! It's gluten-free and better protein!)
2 Cups of Water
2-3 rounded Tablespoons of Chia Seeds.
1-3 rounded Tablespoons of Chopped Ginger
1-2 rounded Teaspoons of Cinnamon
Optional pinch of Salt
Optional Pumpkin Pie or Apple Pie Spice Blend
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1. Bring Water and Salt to a boil, and then stir in the Buckwheat.
2. Reduce heat to simmer, and cover for 5 minutes.
3. After 5 minutes, stir in all the remaining ingredients.
4. Cover for 1 minute max.
5. Turn off heat after 1 minute and let sit for 3-5 minutes.
The secret to how this works without any sweet ingredients is that you're actually making a mental and culinary switch to a unique taste sensation that isn't quite in the "Savory" realm, but is definitely in the "Spice" realm. I suggest as much fresh chopped Ginger and Cinnamon as possible and you won't miss the sweet stuff we're so used to in breakfast.
Love Your Body! Love Everybody!Immune Boost Breakfast - Part 1