The saying goes “Pay for it now, or pay for it later”
I think superfoods are one of those those foods. They don’t cost $1.29 like the pack of lentils I bought at the supermarket yesterday, but they’re a wonderful investment in your health.
They say that the nutrients in our food have gone down by up to 40% in the past few decades, so I dabble in superfoods as a kind of insurance policy.
A new company has opened up in Perth, owned by Shannon, who, in her about us section talks about her wellness journey and says:
“A major attitude shift and professional help sparked a massive journey of self discovery. Instead of treating my body like an amusement park on weekends and then punishing myself with over-exercising and restrictive diets, I learned how to nourish myself from the inside out with REAL food.”
The Prospect Project stocks yummy bliss balls (many with quirky names.. often from Hip Hop artists…. like pea diddy and haze-z) and desserts, as well as superfood smoothie powders and caters for vegans, paleo, dairy-free, sugar-free and gluten-free diets. They’re pretty much designed for people like me with zero time and a different way of eating.
I must admit – I’m a little partial to a morning smoothie at the moment, and adding a sachet sounds like such an easy way to get an extra dose of nutrients. They contain things like raw cacao, maca, chia, ginko, wheatgrass and spirulina.
Shannon has kindly given us a months supply of superfood smoothie sachets, worth $60. How cool is that.
Basically you just add 400ml of whatever drink you want, a cup of frozen fruit, and your sachet, and you’re good to go!
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