Researching health food is a weird, crazy habit that I picked up a few years ago. The obsession has resulted in some pretty weird looking things ending up in our fridge and pantry so nothing really surprises Colton anymore.
Yesterday we compromised and he went to Publix to get his usual rotisserie chicken and 3 gigantic bags of broccoli while I went to the organic market next door and found some new, weird things to make him try.
I’ve been pretty jealous of LA’s food scene for quite a long time now. I hate that I can’t get the juices, broths, etc that are readily available in that area. But Tampa is slowly catching up on the health food scene so I’ll get it where I can.
GoodBelly StraightShot is a gently flavored, dairy-free oatmilk with 20 billion live and active probiotic cultures per serving and no sugar added
All natural ingredients, read the label. You can literally taste that it’s better for you.
A probiotic beverage made by fermenting organic veggies and then pressing them to release juices with live active cultures. The company recommends adding them to salad dressings if you don’t want to take it as a straight shot.
I think, by now, pretty much any and all coffee drinkers have tried cold brew, but they are not all one-in-the-same. This one is good and strong.
A small list of the benefits of Umeboshi plums:
- Alcohol poisoning (hangovers)
- General nausea (including pregnancy, motion, etc.)
- Diarrhea; dysentery.
- Runny nose.
- Liver toxicity.