Before you reach for another artificially flavored, fat-laden 'treat' from the grocery store shelf, consider this: Nature itself is serving up a bounty of superfoods that could change the way you eat, feel, and live. Susan Casey ventures into the wilds of Peru for a mouthwatering tour.
Around 4 o'clock on any given morning, Darin Olien will walk into his Malibu, California, kitchen and make himself a smoothie. This will not be an ordinary drink. The other day, for example, he tossed the following into his blender: coconut water, fermented sprouted brown rice, maca, aloe vera juice, barely grass powder, kamut juice powder, almond butter, camu camu, avocado, gojl, lucuma powder, noni juice, cacao nibs, MSM, maqui, bee pollen, sacha inchi oil, omega-3-DHA/EPA oil, Hawaiian deepwater salt, chia seeds, nopal, goat yogurt, luo han guo, and a powder called Shakeology.
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