Blog — Food As Medicine

Adaptogen Rich Paleo Blueberry Granola

Adaptogen Rich Paleo Blueberry Granola

Want a yummy, high protein breakfast that tastes like heaven and makes you feel like you're flying in the clouds?  Try this paleo granola recipe that has a packet of IN:PEACE, which has over 1,500 mg of adaptogenic herbs to keep you chill.  Great for kids too!!! 1 IN:Peace packet2 cups almonds I used 1 cup chopped and 1 cup sliced1 cup walnuts roughly chopped1 cup coconut flakes2 tablespoons chia seeds1/3 cup maple syrup¼ cup coconut oil melted¼ cup creamy almond butter1 tablespoon vanilla extract2 teaspoons cinnamon½ teaspoon kosher salt1 cup dried blueberries (I like Trader Joe's)   InstructionsPreheat the...

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Simone Wan Moran

Fast Acting Hangover Smoothie

Fast Acting Hangover Smoothie

OK, how many times have you felt slightly silly for having too many drinks the night before because the next day you have an AWFUL hangover!?  We’ve got you covered!  Everyone knows hydrating is a huge part of recovery because alcohol is a diuretic, but who wants to drink water all day long?  Here’s a yummy smoothie recipe that will fill you up and reduce your hangover symptoms!  If you don’t care for a smoothie, just use IN:MOTION by itself, up to 3 times a day, to help you feel like yourself again.  It has herbs that help with nausea,...

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Simone Wan Moran

Bed-Time Zzzzz Promoting Smoothie Treat

Bed-Time Zzzzz Promoting Smoothie Treat

This five-ingredient smoothie is so simple, delicious and can help launch you into dreamland. Bananas are an excellent source of potassium, which help you sleep through the night. Tart cherry juice is rich in melatonin, the hormone that controls your sleep cycle, and the almonds are rich in magnesium, a nutrient that helps calm the nervous system.  Then when you add the perfect combination of herbs from IN:DREAM that promote deeper, sounder sleep, a restful night's sleep is right there waiting for you. Ingredients: 1/2 cup unsweetened Almond Milk (Vanilla or Original) 1/2 cup Tart Cherry Juice  ¼ Cup Almond Flour...

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Simone Wan Moran

Healing Through the Face: Stomach

Healing Through the Face: Stomach

We are continuing our face mapping journey and next up is the stomach. In Chinese medicine, the two main sources of energy come from the air we breathe and the food we eat. Our lungs and stomach are important to keep healthy if we are to have the maximum energy level possible.  Stomach imbalances can manifest symptoms in several different ways.  For instance, my son has a sensitivity to wheat, rice and eggs.  The only symptom he had was an awful stuffy nose.  He tested negative for any food allergies but when I tested him for food sensitivity and he...

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Simone Wan Moran