Want a spicy alternative to coffee?

By: Dr. Elisabeth Bastos ND, Dec 06, 2016
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healthy tea, coffee substitute, circulation drink

A little spice can be nice!

Support your circulation goals with this great find... tea with chilli pepper!

A little spice can be helpful to circulate the white and red blood cells more effectively to help you maintain more optimal health.

60 minutes vigorous exercise per day is the recommendation because proper movement of your blood is so key to health. Avoiding sticky red blood cells that cause low oxygen environments where white blood cells have a hard time getting in making a recipe for chronic illness, joint pains, stiffness and heart disease risk. This is another trick to support this goal.

I love it! Ditch the coffee and sip some chili!

Naturopathic Doctor and Acupuncturist Elisabeth Bastos is founder of the Natural Care Family Clinic that has now expanded to the Bastos Natural Family Center in Southwestern ON since 2005. She has proven processes for restoring mental and physical balance, using simple systems for root cause healing. She is a wife, mother of 2 small children and author of 2 books, the Energy Guide and her Intolerance Free Simplified Recipe book that now empower families internationally. She has contributed to Chatelaine, appeared on experts live and is a professional speaker empowering individuals, families and other Naturopathic Doctors. To learn more about her foundations of transformation visit

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This information is the opinion of Elisabeth Bastos and does not constitute medical advise and is not a replacement for regular visits to your medical doctor. Please consult with your medical doctor before making any changes as a result of information/articles by Dr. Bastos ND