Happy Hormones Hollandaise Recipe with Cordyceps Mushroom and Pine Pollen
• 3/4 cup Cashew Butter
• 1/2 cup warm Spring Water
• 2 tsp Dijon Mustard
• Zest and Juice of 1 Lemon
• 1 tsp Garlic Powder
• 1/2 tsp Ground Turmeric
• Pinch of Cayenne Pepper
• Sea Salt & Black Pepper to taste
Add all ingredients into your blender and blend on high for 20-30 seconds until smooth.
Add more water if you desire a thinner consistency. Makes approximately 1 cup. Serve over your favourite salad, vegan or paleo breakfast. Place remaining hollandaise in a jar and keep refrigerated. Stays fresh for 3-4 days.
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Pine Pollen is nature’s most abundant source of bio-identical hormones androstenedione, testosterone, DHEA, and androsterone derived from plants.
Phyto-androgens support endocrine hormonal balance and improve the ratio of testosterone to estrogen.
Our environment is riddled with estrogenic compounds both natural and man-made. These include water drinking sources, pesticides, plastics and more. When the body becomes overloaded with phytoestrogens, in both genders, testosterone levels decrease which can lead to a whole host of health-related issues, including an increase in bad cholesterol levels, premature aging, tissue and bone loss, blood sugar imbalances, lack of energy, weight gain, and low libido.
Pine Pollen is easily absorbed and can assist in reducing the toxic estrogen load in the body, and support the entire endocrine system. Women need testosterone too.
Contrary to what some may believe, Pine Pollen does not lead to enhanced male physical characteristics such as facial hair growth, an overly-muscular tone or deepened voice. Pine Pollen is very beneficial for men and women.
Cordyceps mushroom is a superb athlete’s tonic for building physical power and boosting performance.
It has been known for centuries throughout the East that Cordyceps is a potent aphrodisiac. It is traditionally used to boost libido and increase fertility in men and women.
Cordyceps has been shown to improve sex hormone production and studies revealed that it has a positive effect on steroidogenesis, the production of steroid hormones.