You won’t believe how delicious this is! This is a great breakfast that will charge you for hours.
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All measurements are approximate – I use “handfuls” when I make this. I like a lot of spinach and a lot of pineapple.

Put in a Vitamix or powerful blender and blend until smooth.

Get ready to feel amazing!

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By devachal

You won’t believe how delicious this is! This is a great breakfast that will charge you for hours.

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i would reccomend using a different green. the hygienic system does not favor foods high in oxalic acid, and that includes rhubarb, cranberries, chard, beet greens, and spinach. oxalic acid is an organic acid that is widely distributed throughout the vegetable kingdom. it's sometimes found combined with calcium in the form of an oxalate, instead of as a free acid. sorrel, spinach, rhubarb, cacao, black tea and pepper contain from two to four parts per thousand in the fresh material. cashew nuts also contain an appreciable amount of oxalic acid. it's also found in lichens. the oxalic acid from food is circulated in the body in the form of a free acid or as a salt of the acid, usually a calcium salt. people in good health can oxidize the oxalic acid, that is, their bodies can break it down into carbon dioxide and water as it does other organic compounds. if metabolism is perverted by excess toxins in the body, then oxalic acid cannot be properly handled. in excess it interferes with digestion by inhibiting enzymic actions. if the oxalic acid is not broken down chemically before it reaches the kidneys, it may predispose to the development of calcium oxalate stones! the amount of oxalic acid in cocoa and black tea is especially high and an over-indulgence in these drinks combined with an acid-forming diet will greatly favor the formation or the deposit of urates and oxalates in the kidneys and bladder.

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'Just had this as my first green smoothie. My non-raw partner even liked it! I'll definitely make this again.

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You can buy coconut water at Whole Foods and various other grocery stores. Thai coconut water is preferred but my WF only has it from Brazil. Sometimes it's in the flavored water/juice section but I usually just have to ask a rep where they have it. Stores seems to keep it in various sections in my experience.

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You can buy coconut water at Whole Foods and various other grocery stores. Thai coconut water is preferred but my WF only has it from Brazil. Sometimes it's in the flavored water/juice section but I usually just have to ask a rep where they have it. Stores seems to keep it in various sections in my experience.

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I liked this. I had to use apple/banana because I didn't have pineapple/strawberries on hand (although that sounds great) and I also add a Tbsp each of hemp protein powder and wheat grass powder to my smoothies which alter the flavor but it was good. I really like the nutrient mix with the spinach and celery. I had not tried them in my smoothies yet (usually do kale/dandelion greens). Thanks!

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i would reccomend using a different green. the hygienic system does not favor foods high in oxalic acid, and that includes rhubarb, cranberries, chard, beet greens, and spinach. oxalic acid is an organic acid that is widely distributed throughout the vegetable kingdom. it's sometimes found combined with calcium in the form of an oxalate, instead of as a free acid. sorrel, spinach, rhubarb, cacao, black tea and pepper contain from two to four parts per thousand in the fresh material. cashew nuts also contain an appreciable amount of oxalic acid. it's also found in lichens. the oxalic acid from food is circulated in the body in the form of a free acid or as a salt of the acid, usually a calcium salt. people in good health can oxidize the oxalic acid, that is, their bodies can break it down into carbon dioxide and water as it does other organic compounds. if metabolism is perverted by excess toxins in the body, then oxalic acid cannot be properly handled. in excess it interferes with digestion by inhibiting enzymic actions. if the oxalic acid is not broken down chemically before it reaches the kidneys, it may predispose to the development of calcium oxalate stones! the amount of oxalic acid in cocoa and black tea is especially high and an over-indulgence in these drinks combined with an acid-forming diet will greatly favor the formation or the deposit of urates and oxalates in the kidneys and bladder.

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'Just had this as my first green smoothie. My non-raw partner even liked it! I'll definitely make this again.

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where can one get coconut water? just buy the coconut?

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Sounds sooo good for you!

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