>a copper cup of silver needle and calendula tea
>Brain Dust, cordyceps, reishi, maca, and Shilajit resin
>three quinton shots for mineralization and two lipospheric vitamin B-complex packets for energy
>a handful of activated cashews
>mint chip hemp milk with double servings of maca and sprouted brown rice protein
>pre-yoga dinner at Shima in Abbot Kinney, which is my 3-year-old's favorite restaurant
>Moon Pantry heirloom raw cacao, reishi and Chaga mushroom
I knew those libfags seemed like zombies.
Reading THAT led me to THIS...
I followed the shop links from there. The supplements aren't even 30-day supplies. Brain Dust is a 25-day supply. Quinton Shots are 30 to a box, but Bacon takes three of them a day. The shilajit resin is ONE SERVING PER BOTTLE. Even a handwave of 'oh, that's just up-front, that's not every day' isn't going to cover how ridiculously expensive all this nonsense is.
No idea. But in the case of cashews, raw nuts from the tree will fuck your shit up. They are surrounded by a resin containing something very similar to urishiol, the "active" ingredient in poison ivy. The nut must therefore be cleaned and roasted properly to be safe, one reason they are expensive.
So maybe activated cashews are cashews that won't cause blisters in your esophagus. Sounds healthy!
some meme-lover said activated instead of sprouted. it basically means keeping them moist until they begin to sprout the beginning of a new plant, since they're technically seeds. most nuts and seeds you'll buy have been steamed or cooked in some way, so they can't be sprouted anyway.
>I wash my face with this really gentle Dead Sea Mineral Warehouse Soap for Combination Skin. It’s made with minerals from the Dead Sea and clay. And once or twice a week, I’ll use Earth Tu Face Face Wash, which smells like roses. I also travel with the Earth Tu Face, because traveling with bar soap is a pain in the ass. [Laughs] To exfoliate, I like the Dead Sea Warehouse Amazing Minerals Mud Mask. It only takes three minutes, so I’ll put that one while I’m getting into the shower. I love being in my shower—the water is oxygenated, re-mineralized, pH-balanced water, and all of the tiles were made by Heath Ceramics to make it feel really grounded, like you’re in earth. It's intense. [Laughs]
>To moisturize my face, I found an Ayurvedic, organic face cream called EcoBotanica Damask Rose Creme. This woman sources everything from India, makes products in super small batches in a traditional, Ayurvedic way, and even chants mantras into them.
>I, uh, have to go activate some almonds.
What is even the point of this? To use this shit that just SOUNDS fancy or "all-natural"? Do all these long names make them feel better or something, or are they actually producing results?
The animals of Redwall would look at you with pity and give you real food to eat.
>MFW hotroot soup and a nut brown ale with berry pie and candied chestnuts afters
I got curious and added up what this bish eats in a day, assuming she's not lying and pounding McChickens and fries at the drive thru like most of these people
>wake up tea and smoothie
>almond butter and protien powder
ONLY TWO SCOOPS WEALTHY HARPISCHORD SAYS ONE DAY YOU WONT
>salad with olives and nuts
>assume 2oz each
>yogurt and 3 figs
>one milk with double protein
FOUR SCOOPS WHOOOAOOAAAAA
>soup and salad
>no clue gonna guess
>cup of pudding
>bish you cheatin' now
>chocolate protein shake
THATS 5 SCOOPS ONE DAY YOU MAY
~2260kcal in total So she's eating appropriately and a healthy amount for an active woman here age.
Sure it's all got fancy names and shit but it's protein and veggies and sweets so that's fine. Good for her for fleecing these dumb bimbos out of their money. She knows exactly what she's doing. Superb long con.
>I love Moon Juice's soft and chewy bee pollen—it's a creamy, candy-like treat
Real talk: bee pollen is slammin'.