My wife and I decided smoothies would be a good way to get our vitamins, minerals and nutrients. So, we have come up with the following smoothies.
Morning (for two people)
2 cups of milk kefir,
Strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, a kiwi, grapes and a plum,
tbsp. spirulina powder, tbsp. black cumin seed, tbsp. chia seed, handful of dried goji berries, handful of mixed nuts (tree nuts only), tbsp. of turmeric paste, tbsp. of sunflower seeds
Evening (for two people)
Handful of raw mixed greens, handful of raw kale, 4 raw okra, 4 cherry tomatoes, 3rd of a cucumber, several broccoli florets, 1 apple, 1 banana, 1 avocado, handful of mixed nuts (tree nuts only), 2 tbsp honey, 2 tsp cinnamon, 1 tbsp. sunflower seeds.
Add water til it spins in the blender (about 3 cups)
We are interested in any and all comments. We think we are doing the right thing based on what we’ve read. We would also like to know about foods interacting in the belly. For example, I read somewhere that some foods cause fruit to rot in the belly. We would like to know if certain foods, mixed in the belly, will negate our “good” efforts.
Gary and Bel