Adrenal Recovery Soup – Our glands may be tiny, but they have powerful abilities to affect how we feel each day and how we manage what comes our way in life. You may have heard of the terms, “adrenal burn-out” or “adrenal fatigue” which mean that the glands have been exhausted beyond their daily duties.
A diet high in stress-inducing chemicals, sugars and certain other properties directly affect your glands. They can disrupt your sleep, hormone function, and your weight and mood.
When you are not feeling your best the food choices you make become even more important to your health. Especially when your adrenals respond to stress your cell metabolism speeds up, burning many more nutrients normally needed. With adrenal fatigue, the cells have used up much of the body’s stored nutrients, creating a nutritional void. Good healthy food is the best source for replenishing these nutrients.
So something you can do right now to improve your diet and support your adrenals is start adding in our ‘Adrenal Recovery Soup’.
If you are suffering from fatigue, when you eat is very important. By eating healthy food at frequent and regular intervals. This can help avoid low blood sugar and make a difference in your health and energy levels.
Adrenal Fatigue Diet Tips
- Eat breakfast within 1 hour of waking – don’t leave it too long to get your cortisol levels into gear.
- Don’t skip meals especially breakfast – you need to get your blood sugars up at the beginning of the day.
- Don’t wait too long to eat meals with adrenal fatigue, the body has a difficult time storing energy, to eat smaller meals at regular intervals.
Make this delicious recovery soup recipe for a healthy recovery from fatigue. A 100% healthy choice to assist with recovery. A vegetable soup proved helpful in restoring adrenal function. Plus it’s low-cal, packed with vitamins and healthy.
Try this home recipe to help boost your health –
Recipre from Elaine www.facebook.com/elaineking.kinesiology/
Adrenal Recovery Soup
Sauté your onion, garlic, coriander & olive oil Add in your courgette, celery, smoked paprika, green beans and sauté for 10mins Add in your chopped tomatoes and your vegetable stock ( We recommend using the Kallo yeast, gluten and lactose-free stock cube, also free from MSG) Bring to the boil and simmer for 20mins