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An Anti-Inflammatory Smoothie for our HCG Dieters

October 14, 2015
HCG Diet Friendly Anti Inflammatory Smoothie!
HCG Diet Friendly Anti Inflammatory Smoothie!

Healthy Smoothies are Great on the HCG Diet Protocol


I always love to share some of my favorite recipes with my HCG Diet patients.

There are so many that are simple and easy to create.  By adding these healthy ideas

into the diet one step at a time I see how they can help to create new healthy, habits and patterns

and then before you know it ... your life is different and you are actually putting real nutrient rich

food into your body meal after meal.  Guess what ... if you can stay motivated and make this happen ...

I can almost guarantee you will feel better than ever.  I see it all the time in my clinical practice --

sleep improves, musculo skeletal pain gets better, energy rises, anxiety releases, depression can lift,

moodiness can regulate and mental clarity increases.  All it takes is a lot of mindfulness and inspiration!



Preparation for this Rockin' Smoothie!


Ginger is one of my favorite anti-inflammatory foods. I try to make tea with the root or throw some in my smoothies.  Hemp protein is one of the most digestible forms of protein and does not create acidity in the body.  The cranberries in here also help to let go of some water. 


To make this smoothie friendly for phase II of the HCG Diet, you would need to count the fruit as one of your fruits for the day!


Gather these ingredients:

  • Ginger root (2 inches)
  • 3 tbsp hemp protein (high quality source such as Nutiva)
  • 1 cup spinach, organic
  • 1 cup kale, organic
  • 1 cup mixed berries
  • 3/4 cup pure spring water

Creating this Nutritious HCG Diet Friendly Smoothie


Place all of the ingredients for this HCG Diet delight into a blender and blend away until smooth and creamy.

Enjoy the delicious flavors and feel your cells dancing with happiness:)



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