life by SEACRET

life by seacret

 

Life is full. In different ways for each of us. Family. Friends. You work. You play. You are on the go. Home. Office. School. Community.

You wear lots of hats. You are probably a professional cat herder. You put out fires. You make lemonade out of lemons. You build. You care. You instruct. You fix. You plan. You dream. You do.

You want to be productive. You want to make your day count. You want to have what you need to rise and shine. To be your best. To tackle the day and lay your head on your pillow at night feeling satisfied with what is behind you and hopeful about what is ahead of you.

You need to wake up feeling fresh and energized so that you can be a go-getter. And then, you need to hit the reset button at night. It's all about vitality.

 
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the seacret lifestyle plan is based on consistency in the following five key areas

 

slurp
use the products am and pm. each and every day. with consistency. like it's your job. and guzzle that H20. water is everything.

savor
follow the food plan to your best ability. find accountability and build a supportive community for yourself.

sweat
follow our fitness plan and work up a sweat...on the daily. get moving to make your mind/body/spirit feel fab.

spirit
you can't have restoration without REST. build in time for adequate sleep and activities that promote balance and a positive mindset.

social
connection is key. engage with the community around you. plug in. find accountability and support. no man is an island. live life with others.

 

 

 

This is all about choices. Choosing health. Choosing wellness. Choosing to live your best life. This is a plan for your life. For your lifetime. Wellness and beauty from the inside out - and outside in. Welcome to LIFE BY SEACRET.

#SLIFE

rejuvenation and refreshment

increased cognitive energy

immunity boosting

stress relief

cellular health

your daily dose of vitamin sea

 

Our LIFE BY SEACRET plan focuses on nutrient dense foods with high mineral content. We believe in nourishing the body with foods that are fresh and seasonal. Keeping things as close to nature as possible. Since the minerals and vitamins in your food are directly related to the vitamin/mineral profile of where those foods are grown or raised, pay attention to your sources. Try for local and natural... and you get bonus points for organic.

Our food pyramid is all about VITALITY: mineral rich veggies, vitamin vibrant fruits, fabulous fats, primarily plant proteins, and heritage or ancient grains. Oh, and we really love adding the flavors of the sea to our dishes.

Here are some of our primo picks. Are these the only things you can eat? Nope. This is just a great starting point. 

Mineral Rich Veggies

artichokes, sprouts, arugula, bok choy, lettuce, celery, chicory, cucumber, mushrooms, parsley, peppers, radishes, artichoke, asparagus, avocado, bamboo sprouts, cabbage, chard, collard greens, eggplant, hearts of palm, kale, leaks, onion, pumpkin, rhubarb, spinach, string beans, tomato, turnip, zucchini.

Vitamin Vibrant Fruits

açaí, goji, mulberries, golden berries, apple, banana, apricot, cranberries, figs, dates, raisins, blueberries, kiwi, pineapple, cantaloupe, watermelon, papaya, mango, oranges, lemons/limes, grapefruit, cherries, strawberries, raspberries, dragon fruit, grapes, blackberries, plums, peaches, pomegranate, tomatoes.

Fabulous Fats

olives and olive oil, avocados, coconuts/coconut oil, unheated nut oils, raw tree nuts, raw peanuts, seeds (especially chia and flax), palm oil, butter/ghee, egg yolks, full fat yogurt, cheese, dark chocolate.

* try to keep your dairy raw / pastured / cultured

 

Powerful Proteins

(Primarily Plant-Based)

tempeh, seitan, tofu, beans, tuna, salmon, sole, trout, flounder, sardines, herring, chicken, turkey, duck, goose, cornish game hen, pheasant, quail, oysters, mussels, clams, shrimp, lobster, crab meat.

* try to limit your red meat intake. when you do enjoy beef, go for grass-fed

Heritage/Ancient Grains

farro, quinoa, einkorn, spelt, emmer, wheat berries, khorasan wheat (kamut), couscous, millet, amaranth, buckwheat, oats, barley, teff, freekeh, bulgar, sorghum.

The Sea

spirulina, blue green algae, nori, wakame, arame, dulse, kombu, kelp, hijiki, astaxanthin, fucoxanthin.

and don't forget the salt! but opt for the mineral rich salts like celtic sea salt or himalayan salt.


 

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