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glm1111
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Just thought I'd share this smoothie because it really is helping me heal my inflammed digestive track and getting rid of parasites.

Yogurt,

2-3 cups

Fresh Pineapple Chunks (antiparasitic, anti inflammatory)

5-6 pieces

Pomegranate Juice (antiparasitic, lowers cholestral and blood pressure)

1-2 cups

crushed ginger (antiviral, antifungal, anti inflammatory, anti parasitic) great for digestion

1/4 tsp

Pumpkin seeds (pre ground in coffee grinder)(antiparasitic)

3-4 tblsp

Green Goodness (Bolthouse farms)or any greens

2 cups

Coconut Oil (antiparasitic, antifungal, antibacterial)

2-3 tblsp

Super Digestaway (soloray)

4-6 capsules (antiparasitic)

ground cloves

1/4 tsp (antibacterial, antifungal, antiparasitic)

ground cinnamon

1/4 to 1/2 tsp(antifungal)


Crushed Ice

PLUS IT'S DELICOUS!!

Gael

[ 09-08-2009, 10:02 PM: Message edited by: glm1111 ]

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Thanks Gael..sounds great.
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this sounds great!! Do you have amounts per ingredient. [Smile] I'd love to give it a whirl.
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DeniseNM
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I'd love to try this also - rough estimates on amounts would be very helpful!

Thanks!

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dx: MS in 1998
2007 - Lyme suspected
2009 - Positive Lyme, MS worse. Now: Copaxone shots for MS
gall bladder out 7/09
Ceftin, Zith, Septra
LDN
Acyclovir
Monolaurin, DHEA, Pregnonelon, Curcumin

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gwb
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glm, ditto to what Denise and seek says. Would love to try this myself but need a little help with the measurements. : )

Gary

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glm1111
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Okay, I added the amounts (they are approx. and can be adjusted to taste. Sorry about that...I was being lazy.

Adding the ENZYMES are important and you can add whatever you think might be beneficial. We are very enzyme deficient and I think they are very important in chewing up any garbage in the G.I. track.


The crushed ice seems to help dry the parasites out (can't prove it...just a feeling I have)

Would love to hear if it helps anyone else

ENJOY!!


Gael

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Forgot to add crushed ginger which is anti inflammatory, antibacterial and promotes probiotic health.

I use the crushed ginger that you can buy in a jar. About 1/4 to 1/2 tsp

Gael

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Let me know when you make the next batch Gael, I'll be right over. [lol]

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I make it everyday Bob...just let me know when your coming, I will make a fresh batch for you. I am still thinking about that fresh oatmeal, berry, pumpkin seed breakfast you make that made my mouth water the way you described it.


I was thinking about you earlier when I saw the fermented vegetables you talked about. Gees, maybe if we combine everything we can knock this beast out of the ball park.

[woohoo]

Gael

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THank you!! If I make a batch, how long will it last in the fridge?

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dx: MS in 1998
2007 - Lyme suspected
2009 - Positive Lyme, MS worse. Now: Copaxone shots for MS
gall bladder out 7/09
Ceftin, Zith, Septra
LDN
Acyclovir
Monolaurin, DHEA, Pregnonelon, Curcumin

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Sounds good, but a very expensive drink.
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glm1111
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Denise,

It makes a blender full with the crushed ice. I drink it in a day, but you can keep it for 1-3 days in the frig.

It does sound expensive seek, but some of these items like the cloves, cinnamon, coconut oil and super digestaway goes a long way. The large pomegranate juice lasts me about a week. $10.00. A 32 oz container of yogurt is used in about 3 smoothies. ($3.oo)

The pineapples are about $3.oo a piece and makes about 4 drinks. The pumpkin seeds are about 4 helpings.($3.00)

You can cut it down to enzymes, pineapple, pomegranate, and yogurt if you want to and cut the expense, but the ENZYMES are important and go a long way.

(They contain:
pancreatin,

porcine bile,

papain,

peppermint leaf,

ginger root,

papaya leaf

pepsin,

betaine HCL,

bromelain

aloe vera gel)

I think they help the Humaworm work better.

It is REALLY helping me push this in to remission.

Gael

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glm1111
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Bringing this back up for Richiedie and others,

Gael

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Silverwolf
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Thank you <<<<< glm '>>>>>,

This recipe sounds very good... will see waht Ican do [have to find a blender soemwhwre!!!].

It sounds really good!!!

Iknow fresh ginger can help lots of things too!!!

Just teh Silverwolfi-Swampthing!

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[ Clinical Dx w/ two positives and several IND's on the tests from Igenex ], Prior Dx of CFIDS/CEBV 1992, and FMS '93-'94
Diabetes*2 Dx 10/'08

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Thanks Gael.

I eat a lot of those things now and even add some to a smoothie. I would be careful with a lot of yogurt as milk proteins are very mucous forming and can cause digestion problems. I try to avoid cows milk and yogurt....but once in a while I will.....

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Doxy/Biaxin/Flagyl pulse.
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Sounds great gale. But word of caution on the coconut oil. Some of us need to ramp up as if on flagyl. Serious stuff. If you have not ate any before pinch to start and then slow up dose.

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unable to identify.Igenex Jan.09IFA titer 1:40 IND
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Yum.. Gaels recipies are wonderful and delicious and healing. I have been now making them too but have still been gather every last ingrediet on the list.
I have been doing coconut oil and pineapple ones for a long time and add things on her list and some other things too... like flax seed.

THanks Gael... I think the smoothies are really helping me overall....
My digestion is much better.too which is HUGE all by itself.

SO this works!!

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Hi,
I just wanted to add this sounds really good..but could be very problematic for those with yeast issues, dairy allergies or someone who has a hard time digesting..especially with fats.
when repairing the GI tract its best to start out with very simple combining, no more than 3 ingredients. I know i err on the serious side with this due to trial and error, but its just my experience..
Runner

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Sounds yummy! Pineapples are so very good right now!
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glm1111
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I agree with some of the suggestions here if you are dairy sensitive. Also starting with less coconut oil is a good idea since it is very powerful.

Most of the other ingredients like cinnamon, cloves and coconut oil are antifungal. The plant enzymes also help with digestions and yeast.

Everyone should adjust according to their individual circumstances and starting with less amnts of ingredients is a good idea to see how you react,

Gael

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Gael,

I tried your recipe for the smoothie yesterday! I went and bought alot of things. It sure is expensive but hope it heals me somewhat.

Where can i purchase the plant enzymes?

Super Digestaway (soloray)

4-6 capsules (antiparasitic) AND

Green Goodness (Bolthouse farms)or any greens

2 cups

Please help.

Soni

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Soni,

You can buy the super digestaway at www.vitacost.com

or the

www.vitaminshoppe.com

...probably other place have it also. The green drink doesn't have to be that particular brand..

.you can use whatever good green drink that is free of chemicals from your supermarket. You can add or subtract whatever suits you.

Also remember that this is just an adjunct and I also do salt/c and humaworm. Gael

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