Serves 2 Gather: Overnight oats1.5-2 cups nut milk1 cup gluten-free rolled oats1 tbsp maple syrup1 tbsp chia seeds2 tsp Mayde Tea chai latte powderSpiced apple1 pink lady apple1 granny smith apple1 tbsp maple syrup1 tbsp filtered water1 tsp cinnamonTo serve: tahini, maple syrup, hemp seeds Make: Overnight Oats• Combine milk, oats, maple syrup, chia seeds & chai latte powder in a large bowl• Cover and refrigerate overnight, or at least 4 hoursSpiced apple• Chop apples into rough 2 cm cubes• Add to a small saucepan with maple, water & cinnamon, stir to combine• Cook over a medium heat, with...
Take a slow, deep breath. Winter is here. A seasonal practice requires you to pay close attention to how the environment shifts and how it influences you. The winter season holds the perfect antidote to the fast-paced mobility of the summer and autumn. This is a time of rest, reflection, holding space, vision, hibernation, and to withdraw some of your outwardly-focused energy and redirect it inward.
This tea was first prescribed to me by my TCM therapist to help aid digestion & create the healthiest environment in my gut for absorbing nutrients from the food I eat. It worked wonders for me, who is someone who has always needed to work hard on my digestive health and have recovered from a severe candida overgrowth only a few years ago. Not only is this tea delicious, super easy to make and great for your gut, but these fresh ingredients also have a myriad of other benefits.
This recipe is a super simple, nutrient packed way to boost immunity that you can do from home. This is a great way to still enjoy the ritual of a warming morning drink that doesn’t interrupt natural hormone function & is an easy way to nutrient pack your day with little effort and is super delicious Being loaded with antioxidants and vitamins, matcha is a simple to prepare way to boost immunity, brain function, support liver & heart function all while being gentle enough on your endocrine system to not damage your hormone function (the way that coffee can)