We all know how exhausting flying can be. Imagine doing it for a living!! Yep, I chose this life and I have no regrets. But that doesn’t mean I don’t get tired, fatigue, or jet lagged. There is no magic pill when it comes to traveling and every trip is different. Here are some things I like to keep on hand to make life a little easier, smoother, and more stress-free.
coffee – 3am wake ups are no joke. I love Bulletproof’s cold brew because it’s convenient, hassle free, SUGAR FREE but still tasty, and their packaging is recyclable which is super important to me.
greens – preferably in tabs because they pack well. I love the ones from Amazing Grass!
collagen sticks – I take collage daily because it helps with my joints (I like to run and do HIIT workouts) and because I open so many soda cans, I need my nails to be hella strong.
ginger and peppermint tea – both aid digestion. Flying always throws my digestion off.
healthy snacks – this goes without saying. Fruits, veggies, nuts, the less processed the better! But sometimes I will opt for a high fiber, high protein bar with low sugar.
charcoal pills – helps with bloating on the plane.
propolis throat spray – to help prevent sickness! I use it the second I feel off.
apple cider vinegar – so many benefits to taking ACV daily! I always have some in a little reusable jar.
adaptogens – I love carrying ashwagandha on me. It really helps me cope with stress!
*pro tip: stay hydrated, chew slowly, avoid carbonated beverages, and only eat when you’re hungry to avoid bloat! Our bodies bloat naturally when we fly but doing these things will prevent from maximum bloatage.
Hope you found this useful! All of the love and safest of travels!
As a disclaimer, this is me sharing MY personal experience (word vomit style). I am not saying that you will feel this way if/when you try the Whole 30. Everybody is different and reacts to things differently!
THE GOOD GOOD
I loved eating WHOLESOME, REAL foods. It was nice to cut the processed foods and snacks and focus on eating foods that we grow.
The creativity I gained from this experience was incredible. I felt uninspired with my food prep, Instagram posts, and meals in general, so using ingredients like coconut aminos, watermelon radish, and edible flowers made cooking exciting again.
I noticed that after the Whole 30, my taste was enhanced. Everything tasted so flavorful and so sweet!
I saved SO much money not eating out and not drinking alcohol!
I realized I don’t need alcohol to have fun, even when hanging out with my flight crew on layovers! Also felt REALLY GOOD not having alcohol for 30 days!
I noticed that getting out of bed was easier! I woke up with a good amount of energy in the morning which made me feel really good!
It made me realize how sugar is snuck into so many things – condiments, protein bars, juices, etc. I’ve always checked labels even before doing the Whole 30, but I became more knowledgeable and investigative when it came to unfamiliar ingredients.
THE NOT SO GOOD
I became obsessive. Just as a little back story, I have a little bit of an obsessive personality. Whether it be a hobby or food trends, I get sucked in easily and become.. well.. obsessed. I was obsessed with the food restrictions and became fixated on what I could and couldn’t have. That was awful for my mental state. I never seemed satisfied with what I was having if I was actually craving pizza or a cookie.
I ate SO MUCH SUGAR. I don’t normally have a ton of sugar on an every day basis. My smoothies mostly contain steamed then frozen veggies and starting my day with a high protein/fiber/fat/greens smoothie really keeps me on track with a low sugar diet. Since I didn’t get to start my days this way, I ended up consuming a lot of fruit. I also snacked on dried fruit in between meals and having them for dessert too. I noticed the sugar was breaking me out and made me want more sugar too.
I ate more than I should have. I feel like I was ALWAYS snacking. I don’t know if it’s because I was constantly thinking about food or what, but I noticed that I ate more than I normally do.
Social gatherings were sometimes hard. It got easier and easier to hangout with friends and crews without eating the chips and salsa everyone else was having, but sometimes you just to be included. Hard to admit, but food IS so social.
Eating out was really annoying. Making a million food modifications and asking what was in the salad dressing made me feel really annoying and a hassle to work with. I always ended up tipping extra!
Having to explain what the Whole 30 was to people could sometimes be difficult. “Are you doing it to lose weight?” was one of the most annoying questions I got. It was also hard to explain why I was doing it since I ate Whole 30-esque to begin with.
As a recipe developer, I missed baking and creating recipes with “non Whole 30 compliant” ingredients.
THE IN BETWEEN
My crew cooler staples: Chomp bars, Lara bars (dangerous- tried to have them in moderation/half a bar at a time), Epic bars, baby carrots, an assortment of nuts, GT’s kombucha (the only kombucha I could find without any added sugars), Suja green juice, tea (so much tea), nut butter, apples, collagen peptides packs, cucumber slices, avocado.
I started drinking coffee again in place of my natural pre-workout in the morning (it has stevia in it). I noticed that my body responded well to it! I usually had it with a splash of homemade almond milk or coconut milk, and sometimes a scoop of collagen.
The words “it’s only 30 days” really kept me going!
I’d HIGHLY recommend doing the Whole 30 with someone you are close with/live with! The support is what kept me going but it definitely would have been a lot more fun and easier if I was cooking all of my meals with someone else and had someone to relate with on a daily basis.
I hope this gave you a little insight of what being on the Whole 30 could be like! I would encourage it if you are rely heavily on processed foods AND have a relatively healthy relationship with food. I realized that for me, intuitive eating is so important and more my style. All the love!
We found an Airbnb in the business district, which was super convenient for getting around. We walked a lot and took the public transport (get an Opal card) when needed.
The Harrison* (central) – decent happy hour
Playfield Cafe* (central) – located in the Rocks, great stop for an epic sandwich if you’re there for the market
Grill’d* (Surry Hills) – it’s a healthy fast food chain with amazing zucchini fries, paleo buns, vegetarian/vegan options. highly recommend enjoying with a glass of rosé!
Fishbowl* (Bondi) – poké chain. so fresh and their fish are sustainably sourced!
Berri Patch* (Bondi) – great smoothies and smoothie bowls!
Lil Darlin’* (Darlinghurst) – the best meal I had in Sydney! their salmon is AMAZING. fun drinks, fun vibes! you get $10 off your drink for posting on your IG about them
Gelato Messina* (Darlinghurst) – there was a constant line out the door for obvious reasons. it was soooo good! they have vegan options too
Verd* (Manly) – think plant based Sweetgreen, they have vegan bulletproof coffee too!
Manly Wine* (Manly) – such a cute spot for brunch!
Fish Market – highly recommended by multiple people
Mug Life – colorful burgers
Flower Child Cafe
Orchard Street Cafe – shop and cafe with adaptogens, wish I had gone!
The Grounds – whimsical vibes
Son of a Baker
Little Turtle – Thai food
The Mews Mosman
Bondi Health Market (Surry Hills)
Al Taglio (Surry Hills) – pizza owned by two young men, highly recommended by a friend
Green Dream (Bondi)
Icebergs Club (Bondi) – such a great spot for a view and a drink. there’s a dress code!
Trio (Bondi) – highly recommended to me, wish I had gone!
Bare Naked Bowls – açaí bowl chain
Market Street Cafe (Manly) – best coffee
Manly Skiff Club (Manly) – food with a great view of the water and boats
Four Points (Manly) – local brewery
Activities & Tips:
The Rocks Farmers Market on Fridays and Saturdays*
Ferry to Manly* – such a cute little beach town
Explore Darlinghurst and Surry Hills* – these were my favorite parts of the city
North head looking out Manly* – trails and caves
Hike Blue Mountains* – gorgeous park, plan to make it a day trip. pack lots of snacks and water!
Bus to Bondi Beach* – super busy and touristy but really fun!
Eco hopper ferry – like a free tour of Manly to the Quay
The Rocks Walking Tour – free
If you’re dying to hold koalas, know that you can’t in the city of Sydney. They have a law against it to protect the animals. Plan around this if that’s important to you!
If you’re not a huge city person, I wouldn’t recommend staying in central. It’s really busy! If I were to go back, I would stay in Manly (still lots to do, eat, and see) and stay close to the beaches, then ferry into the city.
Where I stayed:
I stayed at an Airbnb south of the city, around Southbank. I loved the area! I just took public transport (get a go card) to get around, north of the city, as well as to and from Lone Pine. I loved walking to West End too! Such a fun area and about 2 miles away from where I stayed. Message me if you want details on where I stayed! I had the best host – super kind and welcoming.
Miss Bliss Whole Foods* (West End) – so good, went here twice! the bliss bowl without grains and peas, add salmon was my go to order! they also have amazing raw vegan treats, as do many of these places!
Paw Paw Cafe* (South) – Asian fusion healthy food. the curry was amazing. vegan/gluten free options available!
NoDo Donuts* (Newstead) – awesome brunch spot with the best gluten free donuts. AMAZING. their gluten free and vegan sourdough hot cake was really tasty too
Brew Wine Cafe* (central) – speakeasy vibes, vegan/vegetarian options, great spot for a drink
The Pantry* (Southbank) – tiny little health food store with fresh produce/deli/juice
Whole Health* (West End) – HIGHLY RECOMMEND! I made a stop here a few times to pick up some fun health food items. they have an amazing bulk section with loving earth chocolate bars you can buy for baking too!
The Cruelty Free Shop* (West End) – such a cute little vegan/cruelty free shop. mostly food, some clothing, books, etc.
Marcia’s* (West End) – sustainably friendly shop with some food in the back. they have really amazing ice cream sandwiches that are vegan, gluten free, and refined sugar free!
The Green Grocer* (West End) – little health food shop
Cardamom Pod* (Gold Coast) – HIGHLY RECOMMEND. plant based. the most beautiful smoothie bowls ever and they taste amazing
West End Markets on the weekends* – search for Davies Park on google maps
Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary******* – HIGHLY RECOMMEND!!! Funny story, I originally had just a 7 hour layover in Brisbane, just enough time to travel to Lone Pine to cuddle the koalas, right? Wrong. We got there and were told that they were no longer doing koala cuddles and photos and to come back in the morning. I decided to cancel my flight to Cairns and stay so I could hold the koalas. Worth it. These animals are really taken care of here and I felt really happy supporting an organization that’s so passionate about animals.
Train to Gold Coast* – go south if you want quieter beaches, but I wanted to see the madness since I was making a day trip out of it. I went to Surfer’s Paradise and it was beautiful. Be careful though! I got stung by a jellyfish here!
I regret not making time to make it to Byron Bay. Next time, I would definitely rent a car and drive there to see the beaches and amazing healthy foods!
Where I stayed:
I stayed in a beautiful apartment I found on Airbnb in the Docklands, where the marina is. 10/10 would recommend! It was so nice getting to walk over to the marina to read my book and watch the sunset. There’s also a free trolley that runs in that area into the city! It’s not a bad walk either! Uber pool is available for really cheap too.
Cocobei* (Docklands) – amazing cafe next door to my Airbnb. I literally pulled up a photo they had on their IG and said, “I’d like to order this!” it was something off their menu with modifications. super bright and calming atmosphere. they also offer barista and latte art classes!
Aunt Maggie’s* (Fitzroy) – like a little Whole Foods. the best part is all of their raw vegan treats and loco love chocolates at the checkout! AMAZING.
Matcha Mylkbar* (St Kilda) – highly recommend!!! plant based brunch spot. the most beautiful food and super tasty too!
Combi* (Elwood) – got a coffee here but their smoothies looked amazing
Leaf* (Elwood) – little health food store. amazing finds!
Manchester Press* (central) – amazing open face bagel toast
Laneway Greens* (central) – similar to Sweetgreen
Ronnie and the Fabulous Juice* (central) – located at the Queen Victoria market. I got the Charlie Brown smoothie without agave and it was delicious!
Little Green – vegan
Weirdoughs – plant based baked goods
Barry – coffee and food
Lune Croissanterie – best croissants in the world
This Is Life
Elwood Bathers (Elwood)
The Turtle (Elwood)
Who is Bunker Spreckles (Elwood) – cool surf vibes cafe
Foxes Den (Elwood) – healthy take out
Plain Sailing (Elwood) – highly recommended by a friend
Gin Palace (central) – a must if you enjoy gin
Heartbreaker (central) – cool spot for a drink
Madame Brussels (central) – rooftop bar
Toff in Town (central) – rooftop bar
Activities & Tips:
Queen Victoria Market* – such a fun market with lots to see! great place to get souvenirs
Sucker Love Tattoo* – Bobbie is amazing especially if you’re into fine line tattoos!
Hosier Lane* – famous spot for legal graffiti
Walk Fitzroy* – lots of quirky shops and restaurants
Explore Elwood* – tons of cute little shops and cafes
Free trolley in and around the city
City Gallery – free art museum
NGV Australia – free art museum, abstract art
Robert Gordon Ceramics – local to Melbourne and he has an outlet shop an hour away from the city
Flinders Lane – lots of shops
Brunswick Street – shops
Walk around Crown Casino
Crown Fire Show
Drive the Great Ocean Road – if I could go back, I’d make time for this!
* = places I’ve been. no * & no note = instagrammable spot I found via word of mouth or on @bestfood IG accounts
Quick tips for solo travel:
bring a good book, or two! I finally found and made time to read and it felt amazing
download offline mode maps. T-Mobile is my service provider and they offer unlimited international roaming but it’s SLOW
bring a little cash. most places accept card but some market vendors only take cash
don’t be afraid to ask locals for help! your Airbnb hosts are great resources too. locals love sharing info about their favorite spots and little tips with getting around the city
be comfortable with making friends everywhere you go. solo travel can get lonely! I made friends with my servers, random people out and about at pubs, shops, and restaurants, the cabin crews, etc. your confidence will build too!
make a list of your priorities and make them happen! make note of their location, how long it would get there from where you’re staying, and when they close. don’t leave without any regrets!
bring some American goodies for cabin crew, Airbnb hosts, random people you meet! I packed a ton of chocolate, protein bars, thank you cards, and Seattle pins from home to share!
be cautious, mindful, and smart! be aware of your surroundings and say “no” when your gut tells you to in any situation
I used tinder as a way to meet locals and have someone to grab coffee with. didn’t have the best experience but I don’t regret doing it either
made friends by having a power bank on me. just an idea!
I know this is heaps of information but it was seriously one of the best places I have ever visited. The people are so kind, warm, and welcoming! I never really felt alone even whilst traveling solo. Have fun, be safe, and don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any questions!
Starting a series that’s way overdue, a travel guide series! I’m starting off with South Africa because I just spent a week in Cape Town and had the time of my life. Here are some things I did, things I ate, and everything in between!
I stayed in an Airbnb the heart of Cape Town, conveniently located next to a bunch of shops and only minutes away from our favorite restaurants located on Bree Street. I really wanted to stay in a place that felt homey, so I picked out a loft I felt best suited me: large windows for natural lighting overlooking Lion’s Head, a kitchen with everything you could possibly need, and just the right amount of space for my best friend and me.
A MUST. Lion’s Head and Table Mountain are both centrally located and were only about $5 USD uber rides to the start of the trail from where we stayed.
Lion’s Head took about 2 hours round trip, but prepared to do some major rock climbing towards the top. There are handles and chains for guidance but don’t let those intimidate you! The bigger rocks towards the top are quite slippery as well, so just be very cautious and try to avoid going when it’s wet or when it’s dark out, unless you have the proper equipment for it.
Table Mountain was SO MUCH FUN. It was paved very well and felt completely safe all the way up, but as always, proceed with caution. The steps get steep pretty quick but it’s basically a straight shot all the way up. There are alternative routes as well if you prefer switchbacks. Or, you can also take the cable car up! We decided to hike up, which took about 2 hours, and took the cable car down.
CITY SIGHTSEEING BUS
The city sightseeing bus is hop on hop off double decker bus and is a perfect way to get a tour of the city. We did this on our first full day and had so much fun seeing a glimpse of the city as well as getting to stop at the waterfront. A ticket for a full day is R180 and you and hop on and hop off at different stops the entire day. Just make sure to check the bus schedule online to plan accordingly!
THE WHARF WATERFRONT
The waterfront is a really fun and lively part of Cape Town. A perfect place to get souvenirs with loads of local and handmade vendors. There was also a mall with lots of shopping in case you need to pick up something you forgot to pack. The V&A Food Market is also located at the waterfront and it’s amazing!
THE WINE TRAM
One of my favorite things we did in South Africa! We hopped on a wine tram in Franschhoek which took us from vineyard to vineyard. We paid R220 for a ticket on the train and the tastings at the vineyards cost about $5-$10 USD at each place. Some vineyards didn’t charge a tasting fee if you bought a bottle. They’ll let you know if that’s the case! We caught on uber to and back from where you need to meet to catch the train, which was cheaper than their prearranged charter bus. Bring water and snacks! We hopped on the green line and LOVED it.
Boulder’s Beach is a beautiful beach filled with wild penguins. Definitely recommend checking it out, but just know that it’s very touristy and you will not be able to get too close to the penguins or pet them. There’s a fee to get into the park. We got to Boulder’s Beach and Cape of Good Hope via the City Sightseeing Bus. Another option is to rent a car. We also packed lunches and snacks for our road trip day, which I’d highly recommend doing.
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE
This is where the most southwestern spot of Africa is and it was absolutely stunning and serene. Luckily for us, it was a stop on our City Sightseeing Bus itinerary.
The strip of bright and colorful houses located in downtown Cape Town is a must see. A really good spot for photos as well!
V&A FOOD MARKET
They’ve got everything from poke bowls to local South African cheeses to lamb wraps. You’re bound to find something here! The hard part is deciding WHAT.
One of the best pizzas I’ve ever had was from Hail Pizza. I got their mushroom pizza add zucchini and eggplant. SO GOOD. On Wednesdays, they have buy one get one free pizzas from 6-8PM and reservations in advance are recommended as they do have limited seating!
The best little spot for breakfast or brunch! I got a smoothie bowl and a mushroom toast here and they were both so delicious.
THREE WISE MONKEYS
THE BEST RAMEN. They also make amazing sushi donuts and baos.
CLARKE’S BAR AND DINING ROOM
We grabbed drinks and a appetizers here. Good ambience and great vibes!
BURGERS & LOBSTERS
Their happy hour is amazing. Buy one get one free on some really unique and handcrafted cocktails.
EASTERN FOOD BAZAAR
We grabbed some curry at a spot behind our Airbnb. It was like a food court made up of about 5 different vendors of Asian and Middle Eastern food. Super delicious, affordable, and the portions were massive – lasted us 3 meals!
WOOLWORTHS FOOD & SPAR
We shopped for foods we could make for breakfast and have for snacks to save some money. Woolworths Food was blocks away from our Airbnb so it was pretty convenient, but if you can, get to Spar! They had a lot of health foods like kombucha, and grain free and sugar free baked goods and protein bars.
Snagged some freshly baked sourdough bread here!
A strip of amazing restaurants and bars. Hail Mary, Burgers and Lobsters, and Clarke’s are all located on Bree St.
Uber rides are extremely cheap in Cape Town and there is always a driver just minutes away. Super convenient and saved us from renting a car!
Since we stayed downtown, everything was pretty close and in walking distance. However, be cautious walking around after dark. Certain streets can get pretty sketchy. Always walk with a buddy if you can.
Ask locals for recommendations! I like to do this whenever I travel. My Airbnb host ended up giving us lots of advice on places to go based on our preferences and interests.
Find an Airbnb with a washer/dryer so you can pack less clothes.
Pack a jacket, leggings, and comfy shoes. The hikes are no joke and I cringed watching people hike in jeans. Don’t do that to yourself! It also gets cold higher up on the mountains.
Cook meals at home to save money. It’s fun to go out and have local cuisine, but waking up and having your usual breakfast made at home will not only save you money, but it will also help with your digestion.
We were traveling during a drought so we limited our water usage by using hand sanitizer and taking really quick showers.
The travel journey is long. From Seattle, you spend about 27 hours in the air. I’d recommend drinking of water at the airport, bringing detox tea and greens tabs with you. For more tips on flying, see this blog post.
Flight attendants: I non-reved via Emirates connecting through Dubai there and back. It was super easy and I got a seat on every flight!
I hope if you are considering making a trip to South Africa that this has convinced you to do it. It was such a beautiful place with loads to do and although it was bummed to leave, I feel like spending one week there was the perfect amount of time.
You’ve probably heard turmeric this, turmeric that, but what exactly is it and why do we love it so much? Turmeric comes from a root (you can find it at your local grocery store!). This herb is pretty much like magic, but backed by science. Many studies have shown that turmeric has been found to:
act as an antioxidant
lift your mood
prevent heart problems, diabetes, and cancer
Needless to say, I like to try and sneak turmeric in EVERYTHING. By everything, I mean roasted veggies, salad dressings, cookies, tea, chicken and fish marinades, you get the idea. I am also a lover of golden milk lattes! But this recipe is one I wanted to share because 1. I have yet to see one like it and 2. IT’S FREAKING DELICIOUS. Give it a try and let me know what you think!
Here’s what you need:
1 can of tuna
2 TBSP shredded carrots
2 TBSP minced red onion
1 TBSP avocado oil mayonnaise (I use Primal Kitchen Foods)
1/2 finely chopped dill pickle
1 TSP turmeric
1 TSP paprika
1/2 TSP cayenne pepper
1/2 TSP tarragon
1/4 TSP crushed red pepper
1/4 TSP cumin
pink salt to taste
Feel free to add more avocado oil mayonnaise as you go to achieve your ideal consistency. Subbing mayonnaise for mashed avocado is also pretty tasty! You can also sub veggies around to your liking, but I found these veggies create the perfect taste and texture! I love flexible recipes though and I encourage that you change things up until you love it. Thanks for tuna-ing in and I hope you have a fantuna-stic day!
I just wanted to check in with you guys and share my experience doing a 7-day sugar detox (for the first time!) inspired by Rachael’s Good Eats. After reading her blog post on the 7-day sugar detox, I decided to give it a shot. How bad could it be right? As some of you may know, I’ve fallen into the trap of many cleanses in the past. My last cleanse was regrettably a juice cleanse and it was a bit of a disaster. However after educating myself so much more, I decided this sugar detox would be a great reset for me. The idea of maintaining your blood sugar levels is something that should be a part of your daily life – I learned this after reading Body Love by Kelly Leveque (highly recommend read). I find that avoiding sugars in the morning (replacing with healthy fats and protein instead), helps me stay energized, satisfied, and keeps me from crashing. IE: instead of having a bowl of fruit for breakfast, I’d have avocado toast or a Fab 4 Smoothie (Kelly’s Leveque’s signature swear by shake – contains protein, fat, greens, and fiber).
So since I don’t have a ton of sugar on the regs, this detox wasn’t extremely difficult for me. However, I STILL struggled every now and then but more so in social settings. It also tested my will power when I got packages in the mail with new treats to try out from incredibly generous and wonderful companies. Confession: I actually slipped my first day because I totally forgot I was even doing the detox until I was reading the amount of sugar was in each serving. Yikes!
Out of sight, out of mind! I found that my cravings would go away if I just avoided the sugary aisles at the grocery store. This was extremely hard though with all the holiday baking posts on Instagram. Although I will say it did get easier as the week went on!
The benefits? Personally, I experienced no crash and I didn’t have craving. This also meant less snacking! My grapefruit tasted like candy and that in itself was pretty incredible.
Here are some quick tips if you’re looking to try a sugar detox:
Using pomegranate seeds in salads – just a little sprinkle but it was so satisfying!
Berries in oats/smoothies. They’re not as sweet as bananas and I actually prefer the tartness in berries over bananas.
Bulletproof chocolate with nut butter. I craved chocolate more than I craved anything else! This is sugar detox friendly and did the trick.
Eating small portions of fruit and then seeing if my body wanted more before investing in the entire piece. I did this with grapefruit especially and at most, I had half at a time.
Cacao and cinnamon everything! For all of my chocolate lovers, it will help so much.
Bulletproof matcha/coffee. I prefer my coffee black anyway so by adding some brain octane and healthy fats into my morning drink, I start my day off on a good start. I tried to avoid having fruit first thing in the morning because I didn’t want it to make me feel like I needed more.
2 scoops collagen peptides (I used Vital Proteins)
steamed purple sweet potato
Trader Joes frozen kombocha squash
2 tbsp flax meal
1 tbsp cacao powder (I used Navitas Organics)
2 tsp açaí powder (I used Sari Foods Company)
1 tsp ashwaghandam (I used Maju Superfoods)
topped with Lee from America’s coconut fat ball, bee pollen, and cinnamon
QUICK POST WORKOUT SHAKE
2 scoops collagen peptides
2 tbsp cacao powder
2 tbsp flax meal
2 tsp cinnamon
1/4 cup rolled oats (I used Bob’s Red Mill)
1 scoop collagen peptides
2 tbsp chia seeds
1 tbsp cacao powder
1 tsp cinnamon
Lee from America’s fat ball
sprinkle of blackberries
Final verdict? YES. DO IT. I am already excited to do this again in January. I felt so good after the week was through and although I thought I’d be so excited to have sugar again… I didn’t. I woke up the next morning and made my Bulletproof matcha and added one scoop of Terra Origin’s Greens Superfoods in mint and it was SO SWEET. I couldn’t believe it. My taste buds were totally in heaven. Also wanted to note, before I started the detox I wanted to bake EVERY treat on my IG feed, but now I don’t have much of a desire to. Part of that is due to laziness but I just don’t have that crazy desire to anymore.
Have you guys tried a sugar detox? I know it’s not for everyone but I’d love to know what you think!