No refined sugar. No dairy products. No gluten. Just healthy, energizing superfoods!
Superfood Boost inspires and teaches you to start planning simple and quick dishes to improve your well-being. Developing better habits doesn't have to be difficult or time-consuming. Just replace your snacks with nutrient-rich smoothies and energy bars, and you'll see your health improve in no time at all! Simply put, food is medicine, and superfoods contain maximum nutrition in every serving, giving your body a healthy boost. With this book, you will learn which ingredients to choose to make the most out of your snacks and meals—and they can all be found in a supermarket near you! All of the recipes are based on raw food ingredients and help you get the most nutrition in the best possible way. Check out:
Perfect Matcha Latte
Blueberry Smoothie Bowl
Strawberry Coconut Smoothie Bowl
Cranberry-Coconut Overnight Oats
Chili-Cocoa Overnight Oats
Coconut–Goji Berry Smoothie
Green Smoothie with Almond Milk
Two-Minute Carrot Soup
Zoodles with Sundried Tomatoes and Pumpkin Seeds
Chia Seed Chips with Turmeric Guacamole
Blueberry-Prune Fruit Leather
Pumpkin-Sesame Protein Bar
Cherry Energy Bars
Dark Chocolate Puffs
Avocado Ice Cream
These simple and fast recipes will make you happy, healthy, and ready for anything. To top it all off, you'll have a calmer stomach and balanced blood sugar levels, you'll be full between meals, and your immune system will be stronger than ever!
Immunity-Building Smoothie Bowls, Green Drinks, Energy Bars, and More!
By Erica Palmcrantz Aziz
5 June 2018
7.75 x 8.75in.
120 color photographs.
About the author
Erica Palmcrantz Aziz is a raw-food educator and has been a high-raw vegan for almost four years. She is the author of Fabulous Raw Food and the coauthor of The New Art of Living Green, The Green Smoothie Miracle, Raw Food, and Raw Desserts. She lives with her husband Sam Aziz and their daughter Saga in Gothenburg, Sweden.
"Superfood Boost is an essential guide for anyone wishing to boost their health by embracing nutrient dense whole foods." —Dr. Jennifer Koslo, RDN, LDN, CPT, author of The Heart Healthy Cookbook for Two and The Diabetic Cookbook for Two