The Recharge Protocol is a combination of three powerful products, all powders, and hence easily mixed together into a wonderful drink.
This famous morning drink (or afternoon booster) has a cult following. It can actually revolutionize your morning constitution, enhance your gut microbiome, and boost your heart health, immunity, and the feeling of well-being.
It is truly that good. And you will learn more about the Beta Glucan, part of this protocol next week, with Dr. Artemis Morris.
How to make this famous drink??
In a blender:
The base of the drink: 1 tablespoon of Beta Glucan, 1 tablespoon of Be Regular, and 1 teaspoon of No 7 Systemic Booster.
Fruits: 1 Banana, 1 cup of frozen or fresh berries, and any fruit you would like (fresh or frozen, e.g., pineapple, melons, mango, peaches, nectarines).
Liquids: 1. Choose any juice (diluted or not) or combine different juices: apple, pineapple, prune, watermelon juice, sweet green juices with apple, carrots, and beets, or any berry juice: 1/3 cup of juice & 2/3 cup water (if you need more liquids add a little of both). 2. Coconut water: dilute half/half with water. 3. Nut milks, oat milk, soy, or hemp (half/half or use the whole plant-milk). 4. Just water.
Optional and so healthy: 1 tablespoon of Flax Seeds, 1 heaping teaspoon of Bee Pollen - if you are not allergic to bees or honey. Keep in the freezer for freshness. Bee pollen contains a host of nutrients such as antioxidant, protein, vitamins, minerals, enzymes and coenzymes, etc.
Optional- one or two of the following: Nut butter: 1 heaping teaspoon of nut butter - almond or cashew butters, peanut butter occasionally and if you are not allergic. Dates: 1 date or 1 tsp date powder (extra minerals, sweetness, and iron); 1-2 tsp cacao powder (organic, potent, keep in freezer), 1-2 tsp yogurt (goat, sheep, cow, or plant-based, according to your dietary program).
Extra protein: Plant-based protein powder, 1-2 tbs (peas, seeds, hemp, lentils, soy, etc.). Or 1 tbs of Whey (according to your dietary program). Or 1 tbs Collagen Peptide with amino acids. * Be aware: rice has high levels of arsenic. We typically get plenty of proteins but not enough fiber. We need 35-50 grams of fiber daily!
Blend until smooth and drink. Enjoy!
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