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Adrenal Creamsicle Recipe


- 6 oz. pulp-free OJ

- 2 Tbsp. organic coconut cream (can also use grass-fed dairy cream)

- 2 Tbsp. Great Lake Collagen (green container)

- ¼ to ½ teaspoon sea salt

Pour it in a shaker bottle and drink up!

The Adrenal Creamscile Drink is a recipe from Josh Rubin of East West Healing and you can find some more of his amazing information here:

This drink is the perfect ratio of protein, fats, and carbs and can be consumed as a snack daily for women and men alike! The reason I recommend it to my pregnant mommas as a labor snack is because it's easy to make and take with you and perfect for consumption during labor to provide you with energy if you don't feel inclined to eat.

Some more benefits of the Adrenal Drink:

OJ is high in folate to support adrenal-fatigue, provides glucose to boost liver function, and delivers carbs (energy) to boost the metabolism.

Collagen is loaded with amino acids - the building blocks for health. It is also helpful for digestion, and provides 12-16 grams of very easy to use protein, which is satiating and very helpful for those without an appetite.

Coconut cream provides the brain supporting fat that will slow the release of glucose in the OJ to balance the blood sugar. It also contains a calming peptide, which helps decrease anxiety.

Sea salt contains all 84 essential trace minerals that the body needs to function properly. It is also alkaline-forming so it helps support the body’s natural detoxification process.

Personally, I drink this yumminess right after a workout to provide my cells and muscles with fuel. 

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