The Perfect Snack for Energy, Vitality, and Weight Loss

Want a snack that’s not only healthy, but tasty and full of nutrition? One that will maybe even help you to whittle your waistline?

 

INTRODUCING THE PROTEIN BALL!

These bite-size snacks are the perfect way to enjoy something yummy while also packing a whopping nutritional punch.

You can use any kind of protein powder for these balls, but I highly recommend giving raw sprouted protein powder, by Garden of Eden, a try.

 

 

This protein ball has a lot of healthy ingredients.

In one serving, you’re getting:

Antioxidants from raw cacao

Omega-3s from flax seeds

Magnesium for muscle relaxation from sunflower seeds

Anti-parasitic and anti-viral properties of shredded coconut

Metabolic boost from coconut oil

 

Try whipping up this tasty treat to satisfy your taste buds AND provide a whopping nutritive punch!

 

One of the most important things I discovered while researching my cancer victory was how to create a lifestyle that will support my immune system and keep my cells singing. How to develop healthy  habits that help prevent disease and create  longevity with energy and gratitude. How to make it simple and clear.

My search led me to the practice of seasonal detoxing. Once I began this and found the benefits of more energy  ( and 28 pound weight loss)I knew I had to create a program so that you too could benefit from the fabulous results of reducing inflammation and feel so much  better.

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Please use the comment section below to share your thoughts and ideas. We LOVE hearing from you!

In health and gratitude,

Elaine & Nevin

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4 Comments

  1. Charlotte May 4, 2015 at 1:40 am - Reply

    I made these last week, they’re a must, really yummy! (though i must confess to being more generous with the honey and stevia – i used both).

    • Elaine Gibson May 5, 2015 at 4:57 pm - Reply

      Way to go Charlotte. Just watch hte sweeteners. Try adding fresh mint and less honey.

  2. Dianne June 24, 2015 at 3:27 am - Reply

    Can I substitute another oil for the coconut oil? I have a sensitivity to coconut.

    • Elaine Gibson July 2, 2015 at 4:26 pm - Reply

      Hello Dianne,
      Absolutely, always use what you love.
      Please let us know how they turn out.

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