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A Smoothie Drink For Detoxification

A WEEK AGO I FOLLOWED MY FRIEND TO A DETOXIFICATION PROGRAM.... She is now in remission after going through a bout of chemotherapy and radiation for breast cancer.  It has been a year over now since the cancer treatment and all this while, she does not know how to "detox" and "rejuvenate" her body system till last week.  After a visit and consultation from a qualified nutritionist, she has to go through a month long detoxification process.  Besides detoxification, these ingredients below is to re-energized" her body system as well....

Since I have the Froothie Blender G2.1, I sort of "loaned" it to my friend for her daily use.  Her present home blender is the normal type that does not grind nuts as her daily intake needs to add in big Brazil nuts in her detoxification program.

My Optimum G2.1 has six pre-set programs, it can blend fruits, make sorbets, smoothies, grinding, nut milk, soup and sauces.  More description of the Blender are as follows....

  • Featuring an elegantly simple LED touchscreen panel
  • Six automatic, one-push automatic programmes
  • Precise, fine-tuned manual functionality
  • UL, CE and FDA approved Eastman Copolyester BPA Free jug with lid and cap
  • Wet and dry multi-purpose 6-blade stainless steel assembly
  • Heavy duty tamper tool for improved processing and mixing
  • FREE Nut Milk Bag
  • FREE 104-page comprehensive hard-copy recipe book
  • 30 Day Money Back Guarantee 

  • Back to my post, here are the ingredients my friend uses for her detoxification and re-energizing program....  A Smoothie Drink!
    Orange, apple, beetroot, lettuce and sweet potato leaves...
    Oh yes, plus one cucumber as well.... 
    Followed by one teaspoon from these bottles.... 
    One tablespoon of Pine Nuts, sunflower seeds, cranberries, gojiberries & 3 Brazil nuts...
    And one teaspoon of Wheat Grass, Barley Grass and Chlorella Powder... 
    A display of these ingredients for her Breast Cancer detoxification treatment... 
    Into the blender... 
    A bit of this and that..... 
    A nearer angle of what has been put inside.... 
    Add in 500ml of water.... 
    And just a touch on the start menu... 
    Time display is 1 minute and it has an auto stop... 
    After a minute, everything is crushed and grinded...
    The Smoothie is ready!
    She has to drink 250ml x 4 in one day...
    This one is for me to try out the taste... 
    No "Aikssss" but Yes!  Acceptable... 
    Most important my friend loves the taste...
    This drink will be her "everyday affair" for one whole month...
    Kah Yau, Friend!!


    Disclaimer:  This post is written based on own experience with a friend who is recovering from breast cancer.   This information does not represent an absolute cure on breast cancer.

    Comments

    1. That is a lot to digest in one mug!! But detox is good for body I do agreed.

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      1. Yes, but I dont mind drinking fluids good for the body...

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    2. Agree with Rose above, that is a lot!

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      1. I drink 2 liters of water each day.. or more.. :)

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    3. That's a lot of goodness in one mug!
      Pray your friend will win her battle with the big C.

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    4. Yes, yes...after all that feasting, must detoxify! :D

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    5. So many ingredients for one mug of smoothie, I think those ingredients are not cheap but it is worth spending for the sake of health

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