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Kale Apple Lettuce Alkaline Smoothie

Kale, Apple, Lettuce - Alkaline Rebuilding Smoothie

Kale has been credited with lowering blood pressure, as well as anti-inflammatory, anti-viral and anti-cancer properties. Kale is good for the heart, as it reduces cholesterol. Kale is also a key asset to bone health.

Lettuce leaves promote metabolism, help prevent heart problems, lower diabetes, lower inflammation and help prevent cancer growth.

Avocados are beneficial in preventing cancer, protect your eyesight, are also beneficial for pregnant women, good for constipation and good for anti-aging. Avocados are also a great source of good fat and plant-based protein. 

Watercress has dietary nitrates that help to improve the health of blood vessels, by decreasing the thickness and stiffness of blood vessels, and by reducing inflammation. It can also help to lower your cholesterol levels. Watercress also contains phosphorous, potassium, magnesium, and calcium, which are all great for bone health.

Apples are rich in fiber, vitamins and minerals. They also contain anti-oxidants. Due to the varied nutrient content found in apples, they may help prevent several health conditions.   

Prep Time      10 Min

Servings          2 


1 handful chopped kale

1 handful watercress

4-6 lettuce leaves (except iceberg), Romain lettuce is preferred. 

1 granny smith apple (chopped, without its seeds)

¼ medium cucumber

1/8 green bell pepper

1/2 avocado (optional)

1/2 cup hemp milk or coconut milk

3 dates

3 Brazil nuts *Beware, if you have a nut allergy, do not include Brazil nuts*

1 tbsp. agave syrup (optional)

1/2 cup ice cubes 


Add all ingredients along with ice cubes in the blender first, then blend until smooth and fluffy.

Taste and adjust sweetener as desired.

Pour smoothie in serving glass.

Serve immediately and enjoy!

*You may consume this smoothie with (4) capsules of Sea Moss +

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