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What Makes Tropical Shakeology Different?

What Makes Tropical Shakeology Different?

These are just five of the amazing things that make Tropical Shakeology better than regular Shakeology and far more than just meal replacement or a protein powder. Make sure when you decide to give it a try you by from this link here so i get credit ;) thanks

  • Raw Sprouted and Bio-Fermented Brown Rice Protein.

When a seed sprouts, it transitions from being dormant to active, catapulting a metabolic explosion of nutrition. Vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients, essential fatty acids, and antioxidants all skyrocket, creating more amazing stuff for your body. Sprouting also synthesizes healthy enzymes and increases the quality of the proteins. And it reduces phytic acid, a substance that interferes with a body’s ability to absorb minerals. Bio-fermenting further breaks down the rice grain, releasing enzymes to make it easier for your body to absorb its vitamins and other nutrients.

  • Himalayan Salt

Our bodies need salt, but only the good kind. Because Himalayan salt is minimally processed, it contains more than 70 trace minerals from the Earth that our bodies need. Plus, it may help detoxify the blood and stabilize cells’ pH balance.

  • Konjac Root

When used as a soluble dietary fiber, this superfood helps promote healthy blood sugar levels, makes you feel full quicker, promotes healthy cholesterol levels, and helps clean the digestive tract of excess fat and toxins.

  • Coconut Flower Nectar

The flower of a coconut tree produces nectar that’s sweet, has a round, earthy flavor, and is low on the glycemic index (GI). It’s high in potassium, magnesium, zinc, and iron; is a natural source of vitamins B1, B2, B3, B6, and C; and contains 17 amino acids. It’s also rich with inulin, a prebiotic fiber that feeds our intestinal flora and helps boost digestive and immune functions.

  • Luo Han Guo Fruit

This low glycemic fruit has been used as a powerful and healthy way to lend natural sweetness to foods in Asia for nearly a millennium. Its antioxidant properties help with immune health, and the fruit has also been used in Asia for medicinal purposes, such as respiratory support and to soothe sore throats.