10 ADRENAL HEALTHY BREAKFASTS

10 ADRENAL HEALTHY BREAKFASTS

Eating frequently is critical to recovery. If your blood sugar drops and your liver's glucose stores are low or non-existent, as most people are (for more information on why this happens and how you can heal, you can read the Liver Help book ), the adrenal glands they will be forced to produce extra adrenaline to compensate for this - a corrosive adrenaline that exhausts the adrenal glands and stresses the liver and nervous system. If you already have a chronic disease or symptom, such as acne, eczema, acid reflux, bloating, weight gain, thyroid problems, diabetes, fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis, addictions, eating disorders, fibroids, cysts, menstrual cramps, migraines, autoimmune diseases, Raynaud's syndrome, Parkinson's, endometriosis, hair thinning and hair loss, an autoimmune condition or other chronic disease or symptom, your adrenal glands need support so that they don't release unnecessary adrenaline that can worsen your symptoms and led to new ones.

By eating a nutritious breakfast every hour and a half to two hours that contains the right balance of glucose, sodium, and potassium that your body needs, you can prevent blood sugar crashes. These drops force the adrenal glands to produce and release adrenaline. In this way, you save your adrenal glands, as well as your liver and pancreas, and prevent the corrosive toxic adrenaline from causing more problems. Frequent snacking with the right foods can put you on the true path to healing.

Take a look below at 10 examples of snacks you can enjoy every hour and a half to two hours to support your adrenals every day. They are simple and easy to pack, so you can take them with you or prepare them in advance for busy days.

10 Snacks for Adrenal Health


Apple, celery stalk and dates

Orange, avocado and spinach

Dates, banana and romaine salad

Coconut water, banana and spinach

Pear, mache salad and berries

Berries, honey and celery stalk juice

Apples, dates and kale

Grapes, banana and red lettuce

Cauliflower, apple and cucumber

Watermelon with lime juice and celery stalk juice


You can find more information about other healthy foods and recipes on our blog , as well as in Anthony William's books .

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