It’s been awhile since I have been wanting to try out the Superfood Smoothies. After the lemon water, this maybe something that I could really force myself to invest in. After all, it’s for my health, right? I need those basic intake, cancer-fighting components and acai vitamins.
Before that, I need to double and even triple think of the budget that I need to put in this one. Switching to a Superfood diet entails a lot of investment — financial, time (of course, blending in the ingredients) and self-control. This week, I have eaten two guilty meals in the form of giant burgers from Brothers Burger and Jollibee. Ohmy. So, here are what I need.
A Reliable and Fun Blender
There are lots of blender discounts from TCAT and I am kind of confused which to get. As of the moment, Shake ‘N Take grabs my attention. I like the white lid and it is the cheapest of the three. Sports Bottle Blender is also a drink-after-you-blend type of blender, but I don’t like its appearance like I do with the Shake ‘N Take. Though it is 4 oz. advanced in volume.
This is the difficult part. Not on the doing part, but for the wallet. Superfoods are costly. For instance, a Superfood Starter Pack from Superfood Grocer Philippines would be equivalent to Php1,000.00 damage to the wallet, but an instant immune boost to our body.
I intend to get a pack on December. Maybe that will be my gift for myself and for the boyf. He gets tired easily and he claims he doesn’t have a good night’s sleep. I’ve read the testimonials and they have said the Maca Powder helped them have a healthy sleep. Hope it’ll work for him.
My awareness of Superfoods started when I started working on oDesk with this fitness guru. I was her assistant. I was re-typing recipes, fixing the ingredient substitute, typing out her newsletters and I gained a lot of knowledge about superfoods since then. It kind of ignited the health buff in me, but the ugly junk-eating persona is still alive inside me. Ugh, I just have to tame her.