Hello, Womb Gang!
First of all, I am super excited about starting this blog. It seems way overdue however, this must be divine timing because here I am! I have never really been into writing, so I am not sure what little tricky plan the universe has up her sleeve because I am actually in the middle of writing two books! LOL, these are some strange times I tell ya. Anywho What I plan to do here with you all is share my womb healing journey. I will share personal experiences, recipes from my book that is soon to be released ” Feed Your Divinity™ guided meditations and so much more. I Just simply wanted to get this out there and say ” Hello!” to all who choose to join me here. I send much gratitude out into the universe for your support and in trusting in my journey. I appreciate you! ohhhhh check out the ultimate Acai Bowl below its to Live for! maybe one day I’ll make one just for you. Ciao for now!
Kim Morris xo
Berry Acai Bowl
Looking for something yummy to satisfy your sweet cravings, brighten your mornings, and make your womb sexy?
The acai berry is said to have a lot of wonderful benefits, and one of them is kissing your menstrual pain away. This is because acai berry is rich in calcium content. Calcium coats the lining of the uterus and the stomach, so that there is less pain felt when the uterus releases prostaglandin and starts to contract. Other symptoms associated with menstrual cramps are also alleviated because of acai berry.Here are some other benefits of acai berries: Low in sugar. Acai is one of the most diabetic-friendly fruits of all. Per serving it contains very little sugar, three grams of fiber (the same as a banana or a small apple), and six grams of healthy fats, which are mostly all omega-3 fatty acids. Since acai is low in sugar, it is incredibly easy to digest and wonderful for blood sugar balance.Brain foodThe acai berry’s unique fat composition makes it an amazing brain food. It is high in oleic acid, one of the most well-known types of omega-3 fatty acids. Oleic acid has anti-inflammatory benefits for the brain and heart. This omega-3 fat also supports neurotransmitter function, and when consumed in place of refined carbohydrates and high-sugar foods, it can assist with memory and focus while also reducing brain fog associated with blood sugar imbalance and low fat intake.Digestive health. Another great reason to eat acai berries is their benefit to digestion. Acai berries can help promote regularity due to their fatty acid and fiber content, as well as their low sugar content.
High-sugar foods can be irritating to the bowel and can cause an overgrowth of bad bacteria in the colon. Individuals who are sensitive to FODMAPS (fermentable carbohydrates found in a variety of plant foods like blueberries, onions, and garlic) may find that berries cause digestive upset, such as gas and bloating. Acai berries are a great option since they contain no FODMAPS and provide anti-inflammatory benefits to the colon and digestive tract. The whole acai fruit purée, which you can find in the frozen sections of health food stores, is a great fruit to aid in satiety. Add a whole pack of the fruit to a smoothie and you’ve got a great filling option with tons of nutrition. One pack provides 80 calories, six grams of heart-healthy monounsaturated fats (most of which are omega-3 fats), fiber, and even three grams of protein! This is a great option to add to a smoothie in place of a banana or other fruits if you’d like to reduce your sugar consumption and get as much nutrition as possible. Or, you can make an acai bowl by blending the fruit with some coconut or regular yogurt, some stevia or a little honey (or a banana), hemp protein and some pumpkin seeds for a delicious high-protein breakfast.
Anti-aging skin benefits after using acai for several weeks — in combination with a healthy, whole foods diet — you’ll likely notice improved skin health. Acai is rich in antioxidants that fight aging and free radicals, even more so than blueberries. It also reduces inflammatory markers in the body that can lead to aging.
The healthy fats in acai will improve skin luminosity and overall collagen production.Best of all, acai berries taste great!
Acai berries taste like chocolate and blueberries mixed together, even though they are not sweet. This makes them a great option to eat every day (if you have access to them) because they satisfy your taste buds without any negative side effects. Although the fruit is not sweet, when mixed into a smoothie or an acai bowl, it transforms into a delicious treat. Acai has a fruity taste much like wine — it has an incredible depth and is satisfying to the palate. It pairs well with cacao, maca, hemp, goji, maqui, and spirulina in a smoothie.
Author: Kim Morris
Recipe type: Smoothie Bowl
- ⅔ cup Frozen Blueberries
- ⅔ cup Frozen Strawberries
- ½ Banana
- ¾-1 cup Almond Milk (or cashew milk or milk of your choice)
- 1 teaspoon Acai Powder
- ½ Banana, sliced
- Fresh blueberries
- Fresh strawberries, sliced
- Granola of your choice
- Coconut Flakes
- Put all the smoothie ingredients into a blender
- If the mixture is having trouble blending, add more Almond Milk or water
- Blend until the smoothie is smooth
- Pour the smoothie mixture into a bowl
- Top with desired ingredients
- Serve and enjoy!
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