Super Aztec Green breakfast smoothie 

This is a super beneficial smoothie read all about the health benefits of SPIRULINA. If your tackling stress or feeling down at the minute – this is great for a pick me up. 

Spirulina is a microalgae that has been consumed for centuries due to its high nutritional value and supposed health benefits. Today, popular lifestyle personalities endorse Spirulina as a secret, potent “superfood,” a “miracle from the sea.”

“Spirulina” sounds so much better than “pond scum,” but that’s what the popular supplement really is — a type of blue-green algae that grows naturally in oceans and salty lakes in subtropical climates. The Aztecs harvested Spirulina from Lake Texcoco in central Mexico, and it is still harvested from Lake Chad in west-central Africa and turned into dry cakes.

Look at them colours 😍😍😍 who would want to put dead animals into their body with such negativity when you can literally put Mother Nature back into your body as its where you came from and the cows and pigs can graze the land in the natural law of the universe  
Many people promote Spirulina as a treatment for a range of metabolism and heart health issues, including weight loss, diabetes and high cholesterol, according to the National Institutes of Health (NIH). People may also recommend Spirulina as an aid for various mental and emotional disorders, including anxiety, stress, depression and attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).

Spirulina is said to help a range of eclectic health problems, including premenstrual symptoms and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (Lou Gehrig’s disease), according to the NIH. A combination of zinc and Spirulina may help the body clear arsenic in people whose drinking water has unusually high levels, according to the NIH. Read more here http://m.livescience.com/48853-spirulina-supplement-facts.html

This is a powerhouse of a breakfast smoothie – enjoy it and feel epic afterwards 🌿👏🏼

Recipe : 

1 banana 

1 avocado 

1 teaspoon of SPIRULINA 

1 teaspoon of hemp protein 

1 teaspoon of chia 

2 cups of hazelnut milk

1 tablespoon of agave syrup 
  

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