Kava is native to the islands of the South Pacific and is a member of the pepper family. The roots of the kava plant contain compounds called kavalactones which are responsible for many of kava’s beneficial effects. Pacific cultures traditionally use the kava drink during rituals and social gatherings. They have used kava in ceremonies to bring about a state of relaxation.
When you say “I’m too busy to make healthy meals”, you really mean “I don’t make my health a priority.”
We make time for what’s important to us. If your schedule is so packed you can’t feed yourself, it’s time to rethink your obligations. If you truly value your health and understand that cooking healthy meals is an important step in the process then you will make time for it. Eating Healthy is the catalyst to many other challenges in your life. It all starts with having good health, and taking care of your body which starts with eating healthy.
My 8 Step Program dives into these topics in Steps 5 (Healthy Cooking) Step 6 (Food Prep) and Step 7 (Mindful Eating). If you’re looking for help in these areas, you can find more details on my website: https://thewholefoodnut.com/8-step-nutrition-program/ or get in touch with me: firstname.lastname@example.org.