This was the game changer for me while fighting Lyme and Co-Infections. My hair tissue analysis revealed several minerals that were very low despite eating a conventional Paleo diet for the last few years. This is the most nutrient dense breakfast that I have found so far. It is packed with vitamins, minerals, anti-oxidants and fiber. Since many of us with chronic infections are nutritionally depleted, this breakfast is a great way to boost much needed nutrients. One year after adding these smoothies into my daily diet, my last hair tissue analysis has improved greatly. I no longer have any minerals below the acceptable range.
Further Food Nutritionist Commentary:
Note: If you want this is as a sustaining stand-alone breakfast or as a post-workout boost, add a source of protein, such as 2 Tbsp Further Food Collagen, 1 Tbsp nut or seed butter, 1/2 cup plain yogurt or cottage cheese, 1 Tbsp chia, hemp or flax seeds, or even 1/4 cup plain silken tofu.
By Heather Goesch
Super Healthy Green Smoothie
2 cups romaine lettuce (or other green such as spinach or arugula)
1.5 stalks celery
1/4 cup parsley
6-10 ounces water (Depending on how thick you want it)
two heaping tablespoons (2 scoops) Further Food Collagen
beets, berries, soaked pumpkin seeds
1 teaspoon moringa
Place all ingredients in blender and blend at high power. Enjoy!
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