All fruits have incredible healing and energizing properties, but wild blueberries are the most phenomenal of them all.
Wild blueberries are loaded with antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals. These sweet and satisfying berries are excellent liver and blood cleansers, and are vital to the health of eyes and the digestive tract.
Wild blueberries also have the ability to repair tissues and cells and keep the immune system strong. They are a powerhouse food not to be missed!
Today's recipe gives you a fun, easy and delicious way to get wild blueberries into your diet. They are such powerful healers that including them daily is ideal, or as much as possible.
Wild Blueberry Bowl
Topping options: sliced banana, strawberries, raspberries, shredded coconut, chopped walnuts, cinnamon or granola (leave out coconut, walnuts and granola if fat-free)
Where possible, it is always best to buy these foods organic for ultimate health benefits.
Place the frozen wild blueberries, mango, banana and water in your blender, and blend until smooth and creamy. If it's not blending well, you can add a little more water to get your blender moving. But be careful not to thin it out too much.
Transfer the mixture into a bowl and add the toppings. Eat with glee!
Learn more about how to heal from the New York Times bestselling book Cleanse To Heal.
This item posted: 02-Jun-2015
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