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Basic smoothie recipe:
2 cups liquid (coconut water, water, juice, kefir, nettles, milks, etc)
2 cups greens (rotate, spinach, kelp, Romaine, spring mix, asparagus, etc - use organic)
1 cup frozen fruit (berries, mango, bananas, peaches, etc - use organic)
1-2 tablespoon of fat (avocado, coconut oil, cream, ghee, nut butte...r, etc.)
1/4 cup protein (pastured egg, nuts, seeds, nut butter, sprouts, liver, etc.)
1/4 teaspoon herbs or spices (cinnamon, cayenne, turmeric, kelp, ginger, etc.)
(optional) sweetener (honey, maple syrup)
1/4 cup of whole food probiotics (kefir, kombucha, yogurt)
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So we could get those coconuts at the Asian market most likely. What about using purchased coconut milk? I know that is never as good but it would be more likely to happen in my house.
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Great idea! Everyone needs ways to incorporate more green leafy vegetables into their day!
Thanks for the inspiration.
I am pregnant and am always super-concerned about doing any detoxing because of this. I know that some do enemas throughout their pregnancy, but what can I do to protect my baby while making better food choices? I'd like to have more vibrant health, but don't want to make bad choices for the baby. I know that oil pulling can pull toxins out of the blood and niacin will do the same. I don't see how OP could be bad, but with even niacin, am I putting the baby at risk?
I am in for adding more greens to our diet and I already add nettle to my pregnancy tea -- which Red Raspberry Leaf is considered "dangerous" by our government for pregnancy?! That's another things I'm ignoring. Horsetail very good for you and your bones, but possibly dangerous for baby because of the high silica content and its diuretic effect. Marshmallow root can cause edema and other issues. Can't I put them together and cancel the negatives?
Sorry, not the forum, but curious about adding greens and detoxing during this pregnancy and if anyone has had experience or knowledge of this issue.