Delicious energy bites that are quick and simple to make that'll give you a quick 'hit' of energy! A great combination of chocolate chips and sunflower seeds! Yum!
Greens are also your BFF’s (best fiber friends)! Enjoy this combo of greens with a medley of roasted sweet potato, cabbage, carrots, chickpeas and many other BFF’s! Your stomach will fall in love with you!
Kale is extremely high in vitamin C & the ‘top’ green leafy vegetable, the nutrients it contains support healthy skin, hair, and bones and the fiber content enhances digestion and contributes to cardiovascular health. Avocado, despite its creamy texture, is actually high in fiber. Eating foods with natural fiber can help maintain a healthy digestive tract!
I love, love, love this delicious 'full-meal' dish that's very quick to make! Kedgeree, (also known as kitcherie, kitchari, kidgeree, kitchiri, or khichuri - legume-and-rice dishes), is best known in Ayurvedic tradition as a complete protein meal; it's also very easy to digest and a cinch to make! Eating this dish exclusively for three to five days is said to purify the digestive organs while cleansing the body of toxins.
Oolong tea is an ancient traditional Chinese tea from the leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant, the same plant used to make green tea and black tea (semi-fermented). It is said to reduce inflammation in the digestive tract, making it highly beneficial to anyone with acid reflux or ulcer issues. Additionally, known to combat some of the bad bacteria in the gut.
Coriander-Cumin-Fennel Tea, or CCF Tea as it is called, is a traditional Ayurvedic remedy. A nice, healthy blend of licorice and cumin flavours to fill your mug! The three herbs are boiled to create a deliciously nurturing and digestively-balancing tea. According to Ayurveda, coriander seeds supports digestion, the liver, combat allergies, reduce bloating. Cumin is thought to support digestion and to have a balancing effect on us. Fennel has been traditionally used to stimulate digestive juices, reduce indigestion, prevent gas, and address constipation. In India, fennel seeds are often chewed after meals to aid digestion!