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Would this apply to proper food combing using cacao and fruit? How about almond milk? Or is this more of a 90/10 treat? Thank you!


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It's lovely to meet you! Thank you for your excellent question. It's probably ok food combining since we're blending everything and not using that terribly much cacao. I personally don't have any problems with it whatsoever and I am fairly sensitive to improper food combining. That said, it's an individual thing as all our bodies are different so listen to your body and if it works well for you great! Otherwise, you could simply leave out/reduce the cacao/almond milk (sub just enough water to get the blender going for the milk). Let me know how it works out for you!

And, as always let me know if you have any other questions, comments or insights. I love to hear from you!

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