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Want More Energy? Choose Your Breakfast Wisely - Bruce's Roots

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.  As the word breakfast suggests, you’re literally breaking the fast after a night of sleep. I do realize everyone is different and therefore it's important to listen to your body and do what works best for you. If you wait a few hours to have it, or if you wake up and eat first thing like me, this is the first chance to fuel your body with nutritious food.

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Everything you want to know about the Planting Seeds For Energy Program. We’d love to have you and to support you in eating plant-based whole foods. This will help you learn how to eat delicious balanced meals that are nutritious while supporting your liver. I hope you carry these recipes and tips with you in life. It doesn’t stop after 10 days!

xx Bruce’s Roots

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Signs Your Liver Needs Some Love and What to Do About It - Bruce’s Roots

Detoxification is about resting, cleansing, and nourishing the body from the inside out. By removing and eliminating toxins and then feeding your body with healthy nutrients, detoxifying can help protect you from disease and renew your ability to maintain optimum health.

Give your liver some love!

  • Your liver is your number one detoxifying organ. It has over 500 functions!

  • It produces bile (which helps us excrete toxins), regulates carbohydrate metabolism, assists in hormone breakdown, and detoxifies EVERYTHING!

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Parasites May Be Why You Aren't Feeling 100% - Bruce's Roots

Learning the signs of parasites will help you be more in tune with your body and get support sooner. I see a lot of clients who don’t know the symptoms and therefore has no idea they were suffering from one. Parasites are a lot more common than we think and like many believe, you don’t need to travel to a third world country to get one. Live and dry blood analysis is an informative and accurate way to find out if you have parasites.

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The Benefits of Coffee Leaf Tea - Wize Monkey

As someone who eats gluten-free, plant-based and mostly free of refined sugar, I am very conscious about what I put in my body. I’m often asked for advice on healing foods and nutrient-dense ingredients.

In the last few years I’ve started to recommend coffee leaf tea for those that could benefit from cutting back on caffeine but still love the routine of a hot drink in the morning and an energy boost.

What is coffee leaf tea? It’s exactly what it sounds like, made from Arabica coffee plant leaves but substantially lower in caffeine than coffee or black tea.

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