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Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Paleo Quick Start Smoothie ingredient list!

At the excellent suggestion of my friend John Maldaner, I am putting the ingredient list fot the Quick Start Paleo smoothie on my blog. This way, you can print it out easily, to bring to the store!

Quick Paleo Smoothie ingredients list:
My current recipe- variations are not only possible, but encouraged! But the base outlined here is very representative of a transformative replacement meal/ultimate real food supplement in one tasty drink!

Coconut Milk- 1 can  OR 3 scoops dried coconut milk powder
Coconut oil and/or red Palm oil- 2 Tablespoons
Carlson’s or Nordic Naturals Cod liver oil- 1 Tablespoon
Powdered kelp- 1 teaspoon
Unsweetened kefir- 1/4 cup
Organic, unsweetened lemon juice- 1 teaspoon
Apple cider vinegar- 1 teaspoon
1-2 cups of green tea
cinnamon- 1 tsp- also great on coffee and whipped cream! (Fresh ground is best-
I use a coffee grinder)
Frozen spinach- approximately 1 cup
Frozen mixed “California Mix” vegetables (broccoli, cauliflower, carrots), ~1 cup
Frozen mixed berries- blueberries, raspberries, strawberries- 1 cup
1/2 banana (I freeze mine so they don’t over-ripen)
1 peeled orange

Since publishing my ebook, I have begun adding the dried, powdered varieties of:
turmeric 1 tsp
ginger 1 tsp
cinnamon  1 tsp
spirulina  1 tsp

All are strong anti-inflammatory agents, among having many other nutritional benefits.

That’s it! You can also “mix and match” with fresh or frozen fruits and vegetables you have on hand- cranberries are a favorite of mine, as is liquid vitamin D in the Winter months!


NoBite said...

Thanks, Jay. BTW, I have been enjoying this recipe. Do you eat the entire batch at one meal? I have been dividing it into two meals. It is amazing how this really satisfies my appetite throughout the day! You said it would do that. I am convinced.

PaleoJay said...

I do just what you do, John! I have a glass in the morning, give one to my daughter and wife, and have two mason jar glasses full over the course of the day...

When I am here alone, I drink the whole thing- and usually don't eat anything else that day!