Just sharing a way to make your smoothies look more cool and yummy. Make combinations with different fruits and super foods and make the joy of making food more fun!


1/2 Cup Frozen Mango in Cubes.
2 Tbs Coconut Nectar or your favorite sweetener
1 Banana 16 oz of water
2 Tbs of any green powder (wheatgrass, spirulina, etc)



Place all ingredients (exclude green powder) blender and mix until smooth. Serve in to glasses but reserve like 1/2 a cup and blend with green powder. Use a silicon pastry syringe and fill the green color and pipe it around the top of glass to make green drop Serve with your favorite glass straw and share with your friends!





The Flu Shoot


So today I felt like a strange virus visiting my immune system. Since it was not invited I wanted to give it a little fair well party with a Flu shoot!. From Ann Wigmore’s Book Overcoming Aids and other “Incurable Diseases”, one of the 37 benefits of wheatgrass it’s vitamin C potency and immune support. Combining it with Oregano Oil, another powerful anti-viral and immune support substance, I made the “Flu-Shoot”.

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1 ounce of fresh wheatgrass juice

5 Drops of Oregano oil




Green Energy Smoothie

If you’re feeling a little rundown, why not go back to the basics and make yourself a delicious and nutritious raw vegan smoothie?

This smoothie recipe, loaded with fresh kale and apples, requires only the simplest of ingredients, all of which can be found in any grocery or health store.  Regular servings will help you boost your cells with lots of vitamins and cancer-fighting phytochemicals and nutrients.

All you need is a good blender and a great sense of adventure!

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1 Cup of Kale cut into chunks
1.5 Cups of fresh apple juice (red or green)
1 Tablespoon of lime juice
1 Pinch of Himalayan Salt, Celtic Live Salt or Real Salt.

1.  Place ingredients in a blender.
2.  Blend at high speed until smooth.

Serve and enjoy!





Sunrise Lemonade


Something to keep on the chiller or your canteen while your on the run!


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1 liter Filtered water

2 unit limes

3 tablespoons coconut nectar

5 drops lemon stevia

teaspoon High mineral Salt

Mix all ingredients on your favorite jug! Enjoy




Raw Chocolate Smoothie

Life Elixir inspired by the Aztec God of Rain, Fertility and Water:

Chakras:  Anahata, Anja

Benefits: Heart, muscles, immune support


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1/4 cup raw cacao powder

2 medium medjool dates

2 mission figs

1 cup coconut water

1/2 cup coconut pulp

1 pinch cayenne pepper

1/4 cup frozen blueberries

1/2 tsp bee polen on top





Spinach Colada


This simple smoothie is not only delicious, but it combines a perfect balance of nutrition and detox benefits. If you search about the benefits of coconut you’ll be probably amazed of the density of nutrients that are found in this miracle fruit. Living in Asia makes it quite easy to have access to fresh Thai coconuts, that are the best for making this recipe. As for spinach, or any other green leave that you want to add to your smoothie, it will make it even more refreshing and nutritious too!.




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1 cup Spinach
1/2 cup coconut pulp
1 cup coconut water
1/8 tablespoon sea salt

Place all ingredients on a high speed blender and mix until smooth.






Gianduja Dream

We have to thank Caffarel for the invention of Gianduja , a mixture of hazel nuts and cacao, from this blend many creations of chocolates and spreads like Nutela have come to existence. This recipe resembles a raw version of amazing ingredients in their natural form, creating delicious and healthy drink.
Hazle nuts or filbert nut are rich in oleic acid, vitamin E and antioxidants.


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2 Cups of hazel nut milk*
2 Tbs raw cacao nibs
1 Tsp vanilla extract
3 Tbs of palm sugar
1 pinch of sea salt

Blend hazel nut milk with all ingredients on a high speed blender until smooth, for a thicker consistence use 1 tsp of Irish Moss Paste
*Blend 1 cup of raw hazel nuts with 2 cups of water for 20 seconds, drain using a milk bag or fine mesh drainer, dehydrate pulp and keep on freezer for further recipes.


Using web 2.0 to explain raw milk

This recipe is dedicated to the people that attended the past conference at Nutracon 09.

1 cup of soaked almonds (at least 12hrs)
1/4 teaspoon of Celtic or Sea Salt
1 teaspoon of vanilla extract
3 cups of water
1/2 cup of soaked dates or 4-6 tablespoons of maple syrup or agave.

Filter bag

We first we wanna remove the skin of the almonds, the reason for this is to prevent the ingestion of tannic acid and to give a smoother taste. To remove the skin, we heat water (without the almonds) before boiling point and then we add the almonds in the hot water. We allow them to sit around 30 seconds. Then we remove them and place them on another water tray at normal temperature. We use our hangs to remove the skin, it would be now a lot faster and easy.

Then we proceed to add the almonds into the blender, with 3 cups of water. We blend for around 30 seconds, until it’s fully mixes. Then we take the Filter Bag, and pour the Mylk into it, and squeeze the filter bag until all the mylk is extracted. What’s left on the bag is our almond flour, it would be used in other recipes I’ll post later.

Pouring almond mylk

Then, we pour the Mylk again into the blender, add a pinch of sea salt, 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract and? your favorite sweeter, like dates, maple syrup, agave nectar, stevia, etc.. (Do not use sugar!!!) You can make it even better adding super foods (they are call super-foods because the have high amount of antioxidants, anti-inflammatory, anti-aging, ingredients in small amounts), Like our loca goji berris, cacao powder, maca root, etc.

almond mylk with super-foods

One more think, I like to add golden flax seeds, to balance the omega3. About 1 Tbs per cup.
It keeps on fridge for 2 days.



Juice up to to cool down

Traditional Chinese Juices

Bitter Melon + Green Apple
Bitter Melon + Pear
Bitter Melon + Cucumber + G Apple + Celery + Green Pepper
Carrot + Apple
Carrot + Orange
Carrot + Celery

Just some mixes that I remmember, anyway they’re so many options waiting for you to try!

Fruits provide us with lots of vitamins and phytonutrients that makes our inmmune system strong and they also supply carbs and fiber for energy and digestion

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