Drink Your Fruits and Veggies
By Terri Bonin
There’s a really powerful way to drink your fruits and veggies and I’ll let you in on a little secret…it’s not juicing. Say whaaaaaat? I know, I just blew your mind. I’ll give you a minute to recover. Are you ready?
Okay I’ll tell you…
…What if there was a way for you to get 100 oranges, 814 blueberries, 22 medium carrots, 59 broccoli florets, 73 strawberries, 93 apples, and 10lbs of spinach into your body every single day? I mean frankly, you’d be eating all day long am I right? What if you could add 18 amino acids, 21 trace minerals, and essential fatty acids into the mix too? And what if I told you that you could drink all of this in a single ounce? Would you be intrigued? You should be!
Y’all, this is why I’m so obsessed with Young Living’s NingXia Red! All of those fruits and veggies are in a single ounce of NingXia Red. Isn’t that WILD?! That’s why my entire family drinks it on the daily. We do NOT run out of this powerful antioxidant drink because it’s just that good. I don’t even mean it’s just that good for you, I mean it tastes amazing too! I could drink this all day long but I hold back. Young Living is the ONLY place you can get this liquid gold y’all. Just another reason I am so in love with this company.
Meet Terri Bonin, the author of 31 Days to Fit, 14 Days to Ignite Your Marriage, and Live, Laugh, Love, and Laundry. Terri’s 23-year union with her favorite dentist (her husband), has been prosperous in their prolific production of 10 darling children. She also holds a degree in nutritional counseling which seems to be most frequently used to persuade her children to eat their greens. Terri’s secret pleasure is sneaking away from juggling the daily tasks, homeschooling, and dating her husband to escape to her office to write for her own enjoyment. As you can imagine she has a LOT to write about!
*Disclaimer: The information above is based on my research and personal use of Young Living Essential Oils. I am not a doctor. Statements, products, and techniques mentioned have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.