Wellness with Natalie: Feel Good Friday powered by Superfoods!
Yeah! It’s Feel Good Friday once again. Don't you just love how that happens every week!!! To feel great this weekend, we are gonna follow the catchy slogan that says: “You are what you eat…so don’t be fast, cheap, easy or fake.”
Think about it. Picture this. You own the toppa toppa model of performance sports cars. Sexy…sleek… whatever gets you excited - and no judgement if that’s a very reliable family vehicle.
Regardless, you own the best car you could possibly own. Now tell me about your car care routine. That baby gets detailed very regularly. That baby gets the premium fuel, the best you can find.
So why do you throw kerosene into your high-performance fuel tank and expect to feel good???
How ‘bout you try SUPERFOODS?
Superfoods are nutrient-rich catalysts for good health and overall wellbeing. These babies optimize your immune system, energize you on a cellular level, have body-healing compounds, reduce inflammation, can kill off harmful bacteria, AND.... people who regularly consume super foods are healthier and thinner.
BONUS for Feel Good Friday right?
So you want to make sure you choose organic. Because otherwise you’re getting chemicals in with your superfoods and that just defeats the whole purpose.
Superfoods you could try?
- Cracked cell chlorella
- Alfalfa Leaf Juice
- Oat Grass Juice
Easiest way to get them is in a shake and my fave is part of this superfood upgrade right here.
Natalie Murray is an Integrative Health Coach. She runs individual and group detox programs, offers corporate wellness programs and maintains an individual coaching practice. If you want to learn more about how working with a Health Coach can help you in making gradual sustainable shifts towards a healthier lifestyle visit www.natalie-murray.com or email her at email@example.com.
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