You learn something new everyday.
Today, I learned about a new diet called "Moon Juice Diet." Health guru and Moon Juice founder Amanda Chantal Bacon linked with Elle Magazine to give the mag a bit of insider info on her daily eating habits. A snippet below:
"At 8am, I had a warm, morning chi drink on my way to the school drop off, drunk in the car! It contains more than 25 grams of plant protein, thanks to vanilla mushroom protein and stone ground almond butter, and also has the super endocrine, brain, immunity, and libido- boosting powers of Brain Dust, cordyceps, reishi, maca, and Shilajit resin. I throw ho shou wu and pearl in as part of my beauty regime. I chase it with three quinton shots for mineralization and two lipospheric vitamin B-complex packets for energy."
I mean...stone ground almond butter. Shilajit resin. This is pretty far out.
Things went crazy on the internet when the news released that this "Moon Juice Diet" cost 710 dollars a day to be apart of. Actor Jarret Sleeper followed with a video that showed him reading the diary while doing yoga stretches. I felt obligated to share this one with the masses.
I think the big issue with this one is that this about someone who’s presenting her very elite diet as something that everyone could try.
I mean, I don't know about you, but I don't have any Shilajit resin laying around for the hell of it.