A Favorite Smoothie

To boost the health and healing qualities of your smoothies, try adding a couple handfuls of spinach. You will hardly, if at all, know it is there yet the vitamin and phytonutrient content of your smoothie will dramatically increase.

Here is my simple, yummy and very healthy breakfast smoothie. I drink it every morning. Don’t let the simplicity fool you. Even with just 3 ingredients it is packed with nutrients, and of course you can add whatever else you like to it, such as hemp, flax or chia seeds. I’ve listed the nutrient values of the smoothie ingredients at the bottom.

Smoothie

–          1-2 cups wild* frozen blueberries

–          1-2 ripe bananas, depending on how sweet you want your smoothie

–          2 handfuls of spinach

–          Water, if needed

*make sure to get wild, not cultivated blueberries, as the nutrient make-up is very different. You can find them in the freezer section of many stores, such as Trader Joe’s (the least expensive organic wild blueberries I have found), Safeway and Costco (Wyman’s Brand), Whole Foods, etc. Make sure they come from the east coast of the US or Canada.

Blend ingredients and enjoy!

Wild blueberries have the highest proportion of antioxidants. They also are a highly effective heavy metal detoxifier. They are a powerful brain food and potent prebiotic. They tonify nerves and soothe emotions.

Bananas have a high concentration of minerals and are especially abundant in potassium. They are high in tryptophan. Bananas are soothing to the digestive tract and have anti-spasmodic properties in the colon. They are anti-viral and anti-fungal.

Spinach creates a healthy alkaline internal environment. It aids lymphatic drainage and detoxification. It is very high in bio available vitamins, minerals and enzymes. It is anti-viral, anti-fungal and anti-bacterial.

About Dr. Kristin Killops

Faced with a prolonged and near fatal illness at age 19, Kristin found herself launched into the broad landscape of medicine, from experimental bone marrow transplants and chemotherapy to individualized nutrition and psychic healing. Kristin survived to make medical history and live a normal productive life, including giving birth to four healthy children despite being sterilized from extensive chemotherapy. Her story, featured in Dr. Andrew Weil’s book, Spontaneous Healing, demonstrates the body’s tremendous capacity to heal even in extreme conditions and the miraculous transformations energy healing can have. Kristin became a Naturopathic Doctor in 1985. She later discontinued naturopathic medicine to become an energy healer and trained in Reconnective Healing, BodyTalk, Neuro-Emotional Technique, EFT and counseling. During this time, Kristin also embarked on a deep spiritual journey which led to profound inner transformation and opened the door to more subtle energies and a unique healing gift. When she discovered Quantum Techniques, she knew she had found her calling. It is a highly effective healing modality which seamlessly weaves together the key components to health and all that she is passionate about; energy work, a wholesome lifestyle and emotional framework, removing the toxin load from the body, spirituality and the advancement of consciousness. Kristin lives in Portland, Oregon.

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