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NUTRITIOUS GREEN BREAKFAST BOWL

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Combine baby spinach, a little organic coconut milk, frozen banana, mango, a teaspoon of Synergy Natural Spirulina, and maca powder, topped with activated buckinis, sunflower seeds, almonds, Brazil nuts, mixed berries, kiwi and coconut flakes.Spirulina is a super algae rich in beta-carotene and iron to help boost immunity and energy levels, and plenty of protein and beneficial fats. Spirulina is also an excellent vegetarian source of B12, needed for healthy energy levels and nervous system health!

 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR 

Lisa Guy - Art of Healing

02_4635Lisa Guy is a highly qualified Sydney based naturopath and author, with 10 years of clinical experience. Lisa runs a busy naturopathic clinic in Double Bay called ‘Art of Healing’. Lisa is passionate about helping people achieve optimal health and wellbeing, through good wholesome foods, nutritional supplementation, healing herbs and homeopathic remedies. Being a mum of two, Lisa has a particular interest in supporting women through pregnancy and beyond, and for children’s health and nutrition. Lisa is also the author of ‘My Goodness: all you need to know about children’s health and nutrition’, ‘Heal Yourself’, and ‘Pregnancy Essentials’. Lisa is an avid health writer, being the resident nutritionist for Body and Soul magazine, and regularly writing for a number of health and natural parenting magazines and websites.http://www.artofhealing.com.au

 

 

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