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Dr. Oz 3 Day Detox Breakfast Green Smoothie
Successful TV host, best-selling author (of over 25 books), cardiothoractic surgeon and Harvard-educated Dr. Oz is a fixture in American culture. He was class president and then student body president during medical school, and went on to become a professor in the Department of Surgery at Columbia University and Director of Cardiovascular Institute and Complementary Medicine Program at New York-Presbyterian Hospital. He’s been hugely influential in helping millions of people understand their bodies and how food affects them. His recipes, like the Dr. Oz 3-Day Detox Breakfast Green Smoothie Recipe, are a total package of nutrition that will boost your health and overall energy. The Dr. Oz 3-Day Detox Breakfast Green Smoothie Recipe is full of vitamins and minerals to get you going in the morning. It’s super easy to whip up in the Vitamix or Blendtec, and is very inexpensive to make. No more emptying your wallet at the smoothie bar down the street! The Dr. Oz 3-Day Detox Breakfast Green Smoothie Recipe is also delicious and low in natural sugar.
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The Dr. Oz 3-Day Detox Breakfast Green Smoothie Recipe is a great way to break free of the heavy breakfasts like bagels, sugary cereals, fried eggs, donuts, pancakes and other gut-busting foods. It’s light, full of fiber and a good source of plant-based protein, so you’ll stay full longer while loading up on essential vitamins and minerals to get your day started. The Dr. Oz 3-Day Detox Breakfast Green Smoothie Recipe is dairy- and gluten-free so you won’t feel weighed down or sleepy after a large helping. The Dr. Oz 3-Day Detox Breakfast Green Smoothie Recipe is also great to have if you are one of those people who eats breakfast on-the-go everyday. Just make fresh in the Vitamix or Blendtec or blend ahead of time and store in the fridge in a glass jar for easy portability. No more juggling or doing balancing acts to eat your breakfast on the way to work!
Spinach can help protect the lining of the digestive tract from damage and helps reduce the risk of prostate cancer, among a long list of other things. It is loaded with vitamins A and K, manganese, foliate, iron, copper, and an excellent source of the B-complex group, calcium, vitamins C and E, potassium, phosphorous and zinc. The lemon in this drink helps purify the blood, aids in digestion by strongly supporting liver and bowel function, strengthens blood vessels, clears skin, and helps prevent cancer with 22 anti-cancer compounds. Lemons are rich in the B-vitamins, as well as vitamins A, C and D, retinol, folate and folic acid. Minerals found in lemon juice include calcium, iron, phosphorus, magnesium, potassium, sodium, copper, zinc, manganese and selenium. Bananas are the only raw fruit that can relieve stomach ulcers. They help with digestive issues, aid in the absorption of nutrients, and help remove toxins and heavy metals from the body. For those with heartburn, acid reflux and/or GERD, bananas will help provide relief. Bananas also help combat depression, relieve anemia, build strong bones, remove dark under-eye circles, help with muscle cramps, relieve PMS symptoms, reduce swelling and regulate blood sugar, among many other things. They contain high levels of pectin, potassium, magnesium, vitamins A and B6, absorbic acid (vitamin C), tryptopan, antioxidants and fiber. The overripe bananas used in this recipe are more alkaline-forming than less ripe bananas, which is important to overall good health. Raspberries may potentially combat neuro-degenerative diseases, fight against free radicals, and help metabolize fats, carbohydrates and protein. They contain high levels of vitamin C and the phenolic flavonoid phytochemicals anthocyanins, ellagic acid (tannin), quercetin, gallic acid, cyanidins, pelargonidins, catechins, kaempferol and salicylic acid. Also present in raspberries are vitamins A, E and K, the B-complex group, and the essential minerals potassium, manganese, copper, iron and magnesium. Almonds can help prevent heart disease, lower cholesterol, reduce cancer risk, prevent weight gain, and may even help fight diabetes and Alzheimer\’s. They are rich in vitamin E and the B-complex groups of vitamins including riboflavin, niacin, thiamin, pantothenic acid, vitamin B-6, as well as an amazing source of manganese, potassium, calcium, iron, magnesium, zinc, and selenium. Fiber-rich flax seeds help protect against hypertension, depression, liver disease and prostate cancer. These protein-filled pods are loaded with iron, calcium, thiamin and manganese, as well as some magnesium, phosphorous and copper.
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