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Try This Weight Loss Shake

By Dr. Eric Berg DC
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Our Educational Content is Not Meant or Intended for Medical Advice or Treatment

Weight loss shakes and supplements have become a huge industry; generating several billion dollars in annual revenue. However, there are multitudinous products on the market that are not natural and don’t provide adequate nutritional support necessary to supplement an effective and healthy diet. 

 

When it comes to weight loss shakes,I suggest using natural and fresh ingredients to mix your own shake.

 

The shake that will be suggested in this article contains papaya and kale, which serve several purposes.

First add about a hand full of kale (including the stalk) into the blender. Kale is a great source of vitamin k and vitamin A. Then add papaya. Papaya, if it is extremely ripe, will provide a very creamy texture to the shake. Papaya has the highest vitamin C content of any food on the planet. Being that vitamin C has to be replenished daily, papaya would be a good food source to help reach your required levels.

After adding the kale and papaya, add 1 ½ cups of water. Now blend the mixture into liquefied form. You should now have a very tasty shake that is high in enzymes; because papaya is also very good for your digestive system.

The shake should be sort of sweet, but not too sweet. This is the perfect shake for those who prefer a shake that is not too sweet. If you are one of those people who don’t like sweet drinks, papaya would be a great choice for your weight loss shake.

With natural fresh food combinations like the one presented here, you can create your own weight loss shake regimen; eliminating processed and unnatural ingredients. You should experience an increase in energy, focus, and overall health.


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