(NaturalNews) Wouldn't it be nice to chug down a delicious chocolate shake without any guilt whatsoever? That's what my Avocado Chocolate Superfood Smoothie recipe provides: A delicious, nutritious and 100 percent guilt-free superfood smoothie that will excite your taste buds and enhance your health!
This recipe provides hundreds of healing phytonutrients that help prevent cancer, protect your heart and brain, boost immune function, improve digestion and skin, and give your body a healthy jolt of nutritional awakening. (I drink one of these nearly every morning for breakfast.)
• 1 quart (32 fluid ounces) of raw almond milk (or soy milk, hemp milk, cow milk or whatever milk you use)
• 1 fresh, raw Asian pear (or regular pear, or banana, depending on taste)
• Sweeten to taste (stevia, brown rice syrup or other natural sweetener of your choice)
Combine all ingredients in a Vita-Mix or other powerful blender. Blend and enjoy! The color is incredible!
It's healthier to drink these ingredients at room temperature, but if you're used to cold, ice cream shakes, then it may seem more familiar to use these ingredients cold at first. Over time, you can gradually shift to more room temperature ingredients.
Optional nutritional additions for hard-core "power" superfoods fans:
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