Green up Your Internal Garden

Super Green Smoothie

According to teachings of Dr. Ann Wigmore, “Consuming chlorophyll is like receiving a healthy blood transfusion.” This is because the chlorophyll molecule closely resembles a molecule of human blood. Greens cleanse and nourish our bodies and provide the perfect foundation for a healthy immune system. In addition to eating a variety of salads, you can increase your greens intake by drinking green smoothies. Green smoothies are easy to prepare, very tasty, and easy to digest. Blending foods breaks open the cell walls making the nutrients readily available, so the body starts absorbing nutrients immediately upon contact with your mouth.

Super Green Smoothie

1 cup of greens – spinach, romaine lettuce, lacinato kale

12 oz water

5 Brazil nuts

1 scoop protein powder

1 apple

½ cup frozen pineapple, star fruit, or grapes

1 cup ice cubes

Blend water, spinach, nuts, and protein then add apple, frozen fruit and ice cubes blend until smooth. Kim Smith is a licensed massage, colon therapist, living foods chef, educator and coach. Her office is located at 950. N Courtenay Parkway in Merritt Island. For more information call 321-960-0444. (MA17575, MM16158)

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