Whip up this easy and tasty smoothie in a matter of minutes. If you choose to include the barley grass juice powder, it will provide an extra boost of vital nutrients and mineral salts.
Cherries are high in anthocyanins that bond to specific petrochemical troublemakers that store deep inside our livers. Cherries’ red color pigment acts as a degreaser, dispersing these sticky, gluey toxins and allowing them to gravitate out of the liver and into the gallbladder. The anthocyanins prevent the toxins from being reabsorbed back into the liver, and the rich fiber from the cherry fruit helps rush the poisons out of the small intestine and colon.
Banana Cherry Smoothie
Combine the bananas, date, cherries, water, and barley grass juice powder (if using) in a high-speed blender and blend until smooth. Serve and enjoy!
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This item posted: 29-Apr-2021
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