A red beet and some wild plants or parsley in a cocktail cam promote the formation of blood cells. The red beets give this dish a sweet note.
1 red beet
2 handfuls of chopped wild plants, parsley or arugula
Juice from one lemon
1 cup of fresh thawed raspberries
½ cup of roasted sunflower seeds a as a garnish
½ cup of coconut milk
Puree all of the ingredients except the sunflower seeds in a blender or food processor. Garnish with the seeds.
Red beets contain valuable phyto-nutrients and promote the formation of blood cells. The combination of wild plants and raspberries makes this recipe especially healthy and tasty. It contains loads of antioxidants that can prevent cancer. Coconut oil contains valuable fatty acids, which are important building blocks for the cell membranes and promote the absorption of nutrients in the intestines. This recipe is a great blood builder and excellent tonic.
IMPORTANT NOTE: As with any green cocktail, for a real boost of benefits, add the Micromineral Primal Essence. While these liquid minerals are not required, they are essential to create a synergy with the chlorophyll for an effect you will NOT experience drinking the cocktail or minerals alone!
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