It doesn't matter if you're the Trill King of Michigan; if you feel lousy and draggy and not-all-there, no one will be able to be wowed by your trilling, for you, sir, will not shine.
When students (and teachers!) wonder why they can't remember a passage, or if they can't concentrate throughout a 30 minute lesson, the very first questions we ask are:
How much water have you had today?
When was the last time you had a salad?
Feed your brain.
Drink your water.
Eat your greens.
Yes, we teach this. Call us for lessons. 313.919.2806
P.S. There is no competition that crowns a person the Trill King or Queen.
But there ought to be.
Tina's Power Salad
Time: 10 minutes.
2 cups chopped fresh spinach
1/4 chopped cucumber, skinned
1/4 chopped hothouse tomato
a handful of leftover chicken breast
1/8 cup white onion, thinly sliced
tablespoon of olive oil
a few drops of agave nectar
In a small skillet, gently heat up some olive oil. Throw the 1/8 cup sliced white onion in, with a few drops of agave nectar. Let it simmer.
Meanwhile, in a bowl, combine the spinach, cucumber, and tomato. Toss.
When the onion turns caramel-y, add the chicken breast. Stir occasionally until the chicken breast is warm.
Drain all excess liquid, then add the chicken and onion mixture to the spinach bowl. Toss again.
I added Tessemae's Organic Green Goddess Dressing.