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A very good book that explains the
benefits of a green smoothie is:
The Green Smoothies Diet
- by Robyn Openshaw

Basic Green Smoothie Recipe

1 banana
½ cup frozen blue berries
3 cups spinach
5 drops Stevia or 1 Tbs.apple juice concentrate

Mix in blender adding water until your reach your desired thickness.

Mix it up all you want. I like to use apple and grapes together, banana and any berry.
There are many different types of greens you can try also.

A very good book that explains the benefits of a green smoothie is the
The Green Smoothies Diet Book By Robyn Openshaw

 

A great way to reduce Salmonella and E Coli on the spinach and leafy greens is to first rinse your greens and then soak them in water with common iodine (Potassium iodide). The same type of iodine we find in our table salt.

Just add five drops to a large bowl of water and soak your rinsed greens in the solution for seven to ten minutes. Drain off and enjoy. I love my salad spinner it makes this process a breeze. This also helps reduce flatulence that some people experience when eating a lot of leafy greens.

Hulda Regehr Clark, Ph.D., N.D. uses iodine very regularly in many of her books. She does advise you not to use it if you have an allergy to iodine.
The amount of iodine ingested when soaking greens in the solution is greatly reduced compared to the recommendations of Hulda Clark.

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