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The cure is in the kitchen

Aloeride smoothie turmeric curcumin
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This phrase is right on the button, it was coined by Dr. Sherry Rogers MD who is a registered physician who is totally clued up about nutrition (I attended her lectures in Oxford decades ago). How you fuel yourself up for your journey is open to lots of debate and opinions, ranging from being vegetarian to doing the paleolithic diet. But, well before that tug of war, there’s something clever that everybody can afford, and that can make all the difference… a clever smoothie.

This morning’s fuel was 2 pints of smoothie and it was called my breakfast. It tasted delicious, it brimmed with healthy nutrients including electrolytes, antioxidants, fibre and other health promoting nutrients you can check in PubMed. Just two delicious pints and I wasn’t hungry until tea time… there isn’t a cereal or a porridge that comes close to how healthy this stuff is. As you may have read in Our Approach, I advocate you using Aloeride together with natural, DIY probiotics to make sure your digestion is able to make the most of your clever smoothies.

Ingredient Why it’s in there
Water Kefir broad spectrum probiotic cultures at negligible cost and it keeps the smoothie fluid (I use milk kefir also)
Tart cherries (a very good handful) are known to lower C-Reactive Protein i.e. help with inflammation and raises melatonin to help with sleep duration and aids recovery by reducing post-exercise muscle damage inflammation and oxidative stress e.g. reduces several phenotypes of metabolic syndrome and reduces both systemic and local inflammation thereby reducing risk for the development of type 2 diabetes and heart disease
Goji Berries powder (heaped soup spoon) antioxidant like other berries and thins the blood and increases subjective feelings of general wellbeing and improves neurological/psychological performance and gastrointestinal function
Kale (a good handful) usual green nutrients benefits high in antioxidants plus anti-inflammatory properties (cooking destroys 89% of its vitamin C and 56% of its polyphenols content)
Turmeric powder (heaped tea spoon) contains many anti-inflammatory compounds including six different COX-2-inhibitors (the COX-2 enzyme promotes pain swelling and inflammation; inhibitors selectively block that enzyme)
Spinach leaves (a good handful) standard greens nutrients with significant total phenolic content and antioxidant and antigenotoxic activity
Banana (very ripe) looked lonely in the fruit bowl and compared to unripened bananas they produce Tumor Necrosis Factor and also have a higher level of anti-oxidants
Kiwi looked lonely in the fridge and contains twice the serotonin of tomatoes and has folate also

This admittedly boring video serves no purpose other than to show you that we ‘walk the talk’. Every day 1 or 2 pints of a nutritional abundance. In addition we eat, sometimes a delicious bird that has lived out in the wild, sometimes local grass fed beef with loads of different vegetables (Dr. William Hay MD not mixing protein with starch) or often a vegetarian meal that also grew in the wild. The clever smoothie is part of the baseline, so’s the Aloeride. Doing it once in a while will not make a dent in anything, but doing it daily gives huge benefits to what you can do (top athletes experience a very big lift in performance), to how you perform mentally or academically, and to how you growing older is going to pan out.

5 thoughts on “The cure is in the kitchen

  1. Thank you Han! Lots to learn still but fascinating.

  2. I wish I could have been present at your lecture because the slides by themselves I find a bit difficult to understand. Otherwise, great information and I hope to receive details of where you buy your ingredients to make your smoothies clever. All the best, Mike.

  3. “This admittedly boring video serves no purpose” hahahahahah han you never fail to makes us laugh!! I will be making more smoothies at university for sure!

  4. So…looks good and I’ve made smoothies with some of these ingredients before, but what Is water Kefir, and where do I find it?

    1. Dear Marnie, water kefir is made from water kefir grains and one UK supplier is happykombucha, there are others of course. The milk kefir I buy directly from Abel & Cole and the brand I use is nourish (N.B. you can also DIY milk kefir). The amount of probiotic benefit is greater from the milk kefir than the water kefir. It milk tolerance is something you are thinking about then have a read of https://www.aloeride.com/lactose-intolerance/ which may put this is perspective. Kind regards, Han.

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