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Join the “UnDiet” Culture of Warming Mala Broths

The last thing we all want is another fad diet or quick fix. We ditched that back in the early 00’s. Now, we’re looking for more ways to tune into…

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The last thing we all want is another fad diet or quick fix. We ditched that back in the early 00’s. Now, we’re looking for more ways to tune into our wellness, while stressing less and giving our bodies more pure, plant-based nourishment.

Well, what if you could sip your stresses away with a warm elixir filled with savory spices, wouldn’t you grab a cup?

When we heard about @malagirlbroths’ helping broth blends that help our bodies do many things, like balance hormones, stabilize imbalances, and encourage more relaxing moments with their all-veggie-based broths, we were sold. The cherry on top was how these broths acted as “mini meals” containing low calories, while still giving a nourishing dose of vitamins and minerals to our bodies with every sip!

Chef Raechel Barfield, the Original “Mala Girl” herself, fired up this fully plant-based broth company on a mission to cook and share delicious flavors with the world. Coming from a culinary background and an instilled love for cooking from her late mother, she carries on the mission to the plant powered benefits and rethink convenience with her easy to sip broths.

Mala Girl’s broths consist of 6 blends, including:

Soulfull Classic Broth: A classic “chicken broth”-like blend that has the nostalgic, delicious flavor while being completely chick free! It contains simple ingredients like cacao butter, lemon, himalayan salt, onion, celery, yeast flakes, dulse, ginger, herbs and spices.

Mystic Maca: A balancing chai spice mix with a savory flare. Great for hormonal balancing, bone health, and even libido boosting! This blend is made up of Organic spices including cinnamon and cardamom, Peruvian maca, cacao butter, lemon, himalayan salt, onion, ginger, celery, nutritional yeast, dulse, and herbs.

Mushroom Brainiac: This one is for the beef broth lovers! If you’re looking for a more “meaty” flavor, this is made of reishi extract, cacao butter, cacao powder, lemon, himalayan salt, lions mane extract, porcini, garlic, celery, dulse, nutritional yeast, herbs and spices. It encourages brain boosting properties, wellness, and a sense of empowering!

Miracle Moringa: If you already love drinking green juices, smoothies, or tea, this moringa blend is balanced with lemon and acts as a  natural energy booster. This is an immune and digestion booster, with ingredients like cacao butter, lemon, moringa, himalayan salt, onion, ginger, garlic, celery, dulse, nutritional yeast, herbs and spices.

Fireball Basil: Spicy lovers unite! This blend is full of hot and spicy kicks of cinnamon and holy basil while it helps boost your immunity and reduce stress! Ingredients include tulsi (holy basil), cacao butter, lemon, himalayan salt, onion, cinnamon, ginger, garlic, cayenne, celery, nutritional yeast, dulse, herbs and spices.

Cosmic Curry: Who doesn’t love curry? This warming blend of turmeric mingles with curry for a whole lot of revitalizing, brain-boosting, stress relieving flavors! Sip on this classic broth made up of curry spices, cacao butter, himalayan sea salt, ashwagandha, lemon, onion, celery, nutritional yeast, dulse, herbs and spices.

Our personal favorite was their Mala Girl Broth’s Fireball Basil that’s a hot, spicy, and savory blend of flavor that filled up my house with such a cozy herby vibe. And yes, it did the job to chill me out, which is excerpt what I needed.

All of Mala Girl Broths are made to be sipped within minutes. Just add water and you’re in Chillsville, USA!

Aside from the health benefits of all of @malagirlbroths’, it’s amazing how they’re all made with zero animal parts, curated “plant medicine” ingredients with the planet’s finest veggies, and made with packaging that is made from renewable resources to best help align with Mother Nature.

Now we want to know: how would you enjoy these broths? Sip them or cook with them?

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