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Alkaline Diet Recipe #38: Smoothie with no name

Alkaline Diet Recipe #38: Smoothie with no name

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Hello to You,

I have had challenges finding the wonderful Spectrum flax seed and pomegranate oil I add to my Goddess of Greens which means you might have been having the same challenge. In my home, we LOVE to start our day with this smoothie and while the Goddess of Greens tastes good without it, it just isn’t the same.

So I have been thinking about you and wanted to offer you an alternative smoothie that tastes great and will act as a great alternative until we can find it again.

I don’t even have a name for it yet so if you can think of a great one and want to share it, please let me know. For now, I will call it the Grapefruity Spinach shake…Hmm!!!

Hope you like it.

1 large grapefruit, skin removed (white is best but ruby will also do)
2 handfuls fresh baby spinach
1 avocado, stone removed
1 large lemon, skin removed
½ cucumber, skin removed (you can keep the skin but it will add bitterness to the smoothie
10 fresh mint leaves
1 tsp Celtic salt or Utah Sea Minerals
1 scoop Core Greens or your favorite greens powder
1 liter alkaline water
10 – 12 ice cubes

Either cut out the segments of the grapefruit or squeeze each half into a blender.
Add the rest of the ingredients and blend on high for a good 60 seconds or until smooth.
Add the ice cubes and more water if you like your smoothie more watery and blend for 15 seconds or until blended.
Pour in to your favorite glass and enjoy.

Happy Spring to YOU!

It is an Outstanding Day!

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This website and its contents are not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease, nor replace the need or services of a trained health care practitioner. PurelyHealthyMe or Fiona Johnston assume no responsibility for those who decide to treat themselves rather than seek the assistance of a health care professional. Please ensure that you obtain the advice of your medical practitioner before embarking on any new health program.

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