Carma Goes on Manuel Villacorta’s Jump Start Reboot from Whole Body Reboot
“In Peru, people take two hours on average for lunch. In the United States, we typically take five to ten minutes. I understand that not everyone has two hours during a workday. Nevertheless, we can take at least twenty minutes to sit down, chew our food, and be present in the act of eating.”
~ Manuel Villacorta
Today I present day three of a 5-day detox from Manuel Villacorta’s book Whole Body Reboot: The Peruvian Super Foods Diet to Detoxify, Energize, and Supercharge Fat Loss. The reboot is organized by the colors of the rainbow. Monday was Red, Tuesday was Orange, and today is Yellow.
The superfoods in today’s smoothie are chia seeds and pichuberries (also called golden berries). I was unable to purchase fresh pichuberries, but I did find some dried ones.
In the video, I forgot to mention or add the protein, which is a very important component of the beverage. But never fear, I remembered once the camera was off and blended it right in!
Today’s spice was tumeric. One of my previous guests on Carma’s Cookery shared some really good information about the health benefits of this spice. You can find that episode here.
If you would like to try this program for yourself, you can grab a copy of Whole Body Reboot: The Peruvian Super Foods Diet to Detoxify, Energize, and Supercharge Fat Loss at Amazon.com. Also, here are some links to help you find the other ingredients:
- Golden Berries from Sunfood.com
- Golden Berries from Navitas Naturals
- Raw Golden Berries from Good For You Foods
Take Charge of Your Health!
Changing your eating habits can be tough. But it doesn’t have to be if you take a little time to think it out and create a plan.
This Healthy Eating Worksheet will walk you through the process of creating a healthy eating plan. All you need to do is print it out, set aside some time to complete it, and then fill it out. Then you can create your plan, knowing that you have addressed potential obstacles and came up with some creative ways to handle them.