It’s supplement time! At least it is in Marzia Prince’s fun, four-part series about the way she regularly eats.
Healthinista Marzia Prince, aka super health and fitness expert and friend to Sunwarriors everywhere, tackles another of her daily diet basics, where she discusses what she regularly eats. Today she looks at her supplements.
She always tries to buy organic, non-GMO, vegan, and food grade with her supplements. Freshly juiced ginger is her first supplement, even if it isn’t of the typical store-bought variety. Ginger is very good at reducing pain and inflammation naturally. Red Ace beet supplement helps her cardiovascular health. You can juice your own or use a supplement like this one.
Marzia is really into anti-aging, so she is taking resveratrol, a super antioxidant made from grapes for cellular longevity. Vitamins are a tough one. You need plenty, but you want whole-food based ones, without the artificiality. Sunwarrior has capsules and liquid multivitamins that are all natural.
She recently discovered Bulletproof’s Brain Octane, eighteen times more powerful than coconut oil for cognitive function. One of her favorite probiotics is Sunwarrior’s Supergreens: green superfoods, enzymes, and probiotics all in one.
Last, but not least, is protein. She loves Sunwarrior’s Warrior Blend and Classic Plus. Both taste fantastic and come from powerful plant-based superfoods like brown rice, yellow peas, hemp, quinoa, chia, amaranth, and coconut. These are Marzia’s favorite supplements. Try them out and suggest your own too.
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