If you are a woman, you need to take the quiz to find out your power type, it’s fascinating! To take the quiz click here. I am the Boss Lady, but the others are Gypsy Girl, Savvy Chick, Earth Mama and Nightingale. I love hearing what everybody’s power type is, so leave a comment and let me know which one you are. Once you find out which type you are, you can reference the chapter in the book that specifically addresses your health. It was so surprising to read some of the common ailments with my personality…reflux, join pain, etc.
My first week of healthy lifestyle changes at a glance:
- Reset my PH, 6m-7am
- Ease digestion with breakfast and lunch smoothies
- Skip red meat
- Build my micro biome by eating foods that boost good bugs
- Seal my leaky gut, fortify with supplements. (probiotics, digestive enzymes and glutamine) – You can buy these at her office or at Whole Foods, your local health food store, etc.
- Flush Toxins with a liver lover smoothie
- Master midday meals
- Cool your fire with food
- Cool your fire with exercise
- Cool your fire with mind, body, and beauty regimens. (aromatherapy, epsom salt bath, beauty regiments)
To find out all of the details on each step you really need to buy the book. The book gives you recipes and all of the in depth knowledge to get your body healed and full of energy. I need more energy so badly. When I was super strict over a year ago about not eating any dairy or anything processed I had SO MUCH energy. I also shed all of the pregnancy “fluff” I was carrying. It all comes down to determination and discipline and I’m determined to stick to the three week plan.
I’m also giving away a copy of the Super Woman RX book to one of my lucky readers! Just leave a comment with your power type and I will announce the winner on Friday on my Insta Stories. You will need to check the stories to see if you’ve won so I can mail you your book.
Crunch Kale Chips
Use fresh kale and wash and then dry it using a salad spinner or dehydrator or simply leave it on the counter for an hour.
2 cups kale, torn into chip-size pieces
1 tablespoon coconut oil
2 tablespoons coconut flour
1/2 teaspoon salt
Preheat oven to 325 degrees
In a bowl, combine the kale, oil, flour, and salt. Toss. Spread on a shallow baking sheet. Bake for 10-15 minutes, or until crispy.
My kids LOVED these kale chips and so did I. Such an easy snack to make that has great flavor without any preservatives and brain fogging ingredients. Stay tuned for the end of my week three, because I will do an update on how I’m feeling and if I lost any weight!!
I’ve also linked some cozy things to wear below like I’m wearing in the pics above. You can also check out this post too with the cozier pajamas too.