Probiotic Beet Smoothie Bowl
- November 10, 2017 -
Happy Fermentation Friday loves! Today’s Friday post has double the juicy deets with the results to my Pinnertest food intolerance test and a eat to glow Beet Smoothie Bowl recipe topped with homemade probiotic coconut yogurt based on an anti inflammatory diet!
Prior to taking the PinnertestI had some intuitive feelings about foods that I didn’t think agreed with me but never any true evidence of an intolerance. I’ve never really liked eggs, I’ve always known that processed carbs made me feel crappy, and I hated the insulin slump an hour after eating refined sugar but beyond that I was in the dark. I’ve always just kind of eaten what I thought my body needed and dealt with mild bloat when it happened. Fermented foods have regulated my digestion and made me feel like my best self but this food intolerance test is taking things a bit further. One thing to clear up before I tell you about my results, food allergies and intolerances are not the same thing. To put it very simply, food allergies elicit symptoms as soon as you eat them, food intolerances occur slowly over after you eat them. The slower onset of food intolerance makes it very tricky to spot, potentially causing a bevy of unwanted symptoms. Because of the latent onset you could be increasing bloat, skin issues, and GI irregularity with every meal! Blood tests are the best way to establish food intolerance and help you eliminate foods that trigger your intolerance.
I did my easy at home blood test, sent in my sample, and received my results via email in about 4 days. When I opened my results I was flabbergasted By my level three intolerance to cashews!! That level of intolerance is no joke, goodbye homemade cashew cheese and milk. I also had a level one intolerances to soy, sesame, garlic, and egg yolks. I am going to try to completely eliminate all of my trigger foods for a month and report back! If you guys are interested in trying Pinnertest and learning more about how to feel your best I have a discount code for you, use TRUESPOON for $60 off your test and free international shipping Pinnertest Link .
Before I received my test results I had been eating a homemade protein bread with lots and lots of egg yolks, sometimes washing it down with cashew milk! I developed a new craveable breakfast recipe that is tolerance approved! This Beet Babe Smoothie Bowl contains whole ingredients to nourish your body and make you glow from the inside out.
Beet Smoothie Bowl with homemade Probiotic Coconut Yogurt
Beet Smoothie Bowl
1 cup roasted then frozen beets 1/2 cup raw then frozen zucchini
1 cup unsweetened almond milk
1 scoop unsweetened vanilla protein powder
1/4 cup white chia seeds
1 dropper liquid stevia
1/2 a packet of Four Sigmatic Cordyceps Myshroom Elixer (red packet) BUY NOW
A sprinkle of cinnamon
A pinch of sea salt (optional)
• Add all ingredients to a high speed blender and blend until smooth
•top with a tablespoon of white chia seeds
Two tablespoons Probiotic Coconut Yogurt
Probiotic Coconut Yogurt
1 can of organic coconut cream
1 teaspoon live probiotic coconut yogurt (starter)
- add coconut cream and starter to a a pint sized mason jar, screw lid on tightly, shake softly to incorporate
- Store in a cool dry place on a paper towel or rag for 24 hours
- Place mason jar of probiotic coconut yogurt in the fridge for 3 days
- Remove from fridge (natural separation is normal), add contents to a large mixing bowl, add sweetener if desired, mix with an electric mixer for two minutes or until you achieve desired fluffy consistency.
- Store in the fridge for up to eight months
- Truly enjoy
A small handful of toasted coconut shavings
2 teaspoons of pomegranate seeds