No imported berries that you can’t pronounce or exotic fermented drinks that costs $5 a bottle; these foods are not only easy to find, but also very affordable and of course absolutely delicious. If you follow the simple philosophy that health and vitality are grown from the ground, not manufactured and sold in supplement stores, you’ll be well on your way to not only feeling better, but also looking better. Who knew the fountain of youth could be found in your fridge?
While her smoothie actually isn’t $200 a serving, her Moon Juice does come out to about $4.50 a teaspoon (not to mention all of the other expensive supplements that are also recommended), yikes! I couldn’t find a better example of misguided healthy eating if it bit me on the nose. Guys, if you haven’t caught on by now from my previous posts, healthy eating doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg. In fact, healthy eating is much less expensive than it’s processed counter part.