Today I have a special recipe to share with you that not only demonstrates the beauty of ice cream made just from frozen bananas, but also gives you a fantastic vehicle for getting more mineral rich greens into your diet with the addition of mint and barley grass juice powder. If you were ever a fan of mint ice cream, you'll love this recipe. If mint isn't your favorite, you can simply leave it out and it will still taste wonderful. A squeeze of lime is also a fun addition to play with!
Jam Packed With Healing Properties...
The combination of fruit and greens in this recipe provides you with a vast array of healing antioxidants, flavonoids, vitamins and minerals that will nourish and cleanse your cells, tissues and organs, and infuse your body with more energy and vitality. It's also a great choice for adrenal fatigue because the ingredients in this recipe give you a great balance of the glucose, potassium and sodium that will nourish your adrenal glands.
Bananas are a fantastic "brain food" that also contain powerful anti-fungal and antibiotic compounds as well as protease inhibitors which can help stop viruses in their tracts. This makes them highly beneficial for chronic illnesses such as shingles, epstein barr virus, parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, arthritis, chronic fatigue syndrome, and lupus.
Barley Grass Juice Powder is one of the most nutrient rich plant foods available to us and helps the decomposition of fats in the body proceed smoothly, helping to balance body weight. It is also especially high in chlorophyll, which helps to inhibit the growth of disease bacteria, along with balancing the PH of the body to promote excellent health and immunity. Barley Grass Juice powder has been shown to strengthen the immune system, alkalinize the body, increase energy, aid digestion, relieve constipation, and improve health of skin, hair and nails. It's essential for removing toxins and heavy metals out of the thyroid, which is why it's one of the five essential foods for heavy metal detox that I cover in my book.
Mint has wonderful calming, digestive, and antibacterial qualities. It is known to relieve symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome by relaxing the digestive muscles and also aids in the digestion of fats, making it a wonderful natural remedy to drink at the end of a rich meal. Mint tea is also excellent in helping to relieve mental fatigue, mood swings, sinusitis, asthma, head colds, headaches, and congestion.
Banana Mint Ice Cream
Enjoy this recipe for breakfast, lunch, a snack, dessert or anytime! It's great for both children and adults and is also a great choice if you are doing the 28 day Healing Cleanse that I outline in my book Medical Medium.
I hope you love this recipe.
• 4 peeled, chopped and frozen bananas
• 1 tsp fresh mint leaves, finely chopped
• 2 tsp barley grass juice powder
1. Place your peeled, chopped and frozen bananas in a food processor or high speed blender. Process/blend until you get an ice cream consistency like a soft serve. This will take a few minutes. You can move the bananas around a few times to help them break down. If you are using a blender, you may need to add a few tablespoons of water but add as little as possible.
2. Once you have turned the bananas into ice cream, add the chopped mint and barley grass juice powder. Process again for a few seconds.
3. Serve and eat immediately, or place your ice cream in the freezer for 15 to 30 minutes to firm up if you prefer a firmer consistency.
This item posted: 22-Apr-2016
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