I picked up some Natural Mint Hot Coco from Trader Joes. Cy said we could only get it if I actually drank it. I think he is referring to, literally, the 30 boxes of tea that I have yet to consume. But, I am proud to say that scoop by scoop I am drinking it down. I even brought it with me babysitting last week, and when it was time to reach for a mug, I was delightfully surprised to find the same jar in their cabinets. The grocery shopper of that household is one of the healthiest but still yummiest food eaters I know, so I knew I had scored big time. But just in case I need to convince myself (and you) a bit more, check it out:
In terms of pesticide use, it is second only to cotton.So that means, if you are wearing your organic shirt and you spill your hot coco down the front, then you are pesticide free.Or if you get organic coco, then none are used at all. Yes, that means you don't even have to wear a shirt. Wait, what?
Coco has almost twice the antioxidants of red wine, and almost three times as many as green tea. But you can't pretend you are drunk, no one will buy it.
Mint will soothe your digestive track, and getting rid of stomach discomfort and any bacteria that you may have in there.If this really is the case, I can't imagine that mint hot coco is the best option, but it might be enough for you to have more than one cup.
I just turned 25 and I live in Orange County, California with my husband. We love God, love life, and love trying new adventures together. In June I will have completed my Masters in Theology at Fuller Theological Seminary. I hope to some day teach like my parents, and write a book about how all of this somehow relates together. It always does.