This recipe is has the benefits of fruit tastiness with none of the reluctance related to eating veggies.

It is very light, very filling, focuses the mind, and provides lots more energy than a higher calorie meal. Unlike other meals (fattier and or with processed sugars) it seems like the body can use most (if not all) of the nutrients and energy potential.

I recommend trying it for breakfast, then doing something that keeps you preoccupied for four or more hours. If you try this, please let me know how it works for you at

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A fair mix of berries and veggies. Excellent for breakfast and dinner.

Per serving
155 Calories
Calcium = 9%
Fats = 20%
Protein = 8%
Sugars = 31%
Vitamin A = 39% (Be careful to not exceed 100% of Vitamin A in a day.)
Vitamin C = 101%

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Veggie Berry Smoothie 1
Prep Time 15 min
Passive Time 2 min
Prep Time 15 min
Passive Time 2 min
  1. Throw it all into a blender. Chop then Blend.
Recipe Notes

Points of Interest:

  • Blend up your ingredients (separately) and use traditional ice-cube trays to create 1/8 Cup portions that store compactly, don't spoil easily, and fit in the blender for meal prep.
    • This recipe only shows Kale or Spinach using this trick.
    • Blending significantly compacts food, while adding some air, which drastically changes ingredient quantity requirements. If you're going to do this, measure, blend, measure, then compare so that you know the difference.
  • Tomatoes should always be fresh.
  • Soak the almonds in clean water (I use filtered) for 24 hours, then rinse them. (Improves Digestion)

Clean Water:
 Click these links to read up on the dangers of fluoridated & chlorinated water.

I started filtering my water after I realized that I was experiencing continuous, unmitigated, and agonizing abdominal pains. Since I started filtering my water, making sure to clean off as much soap residue as I can from my dishes, especially any dish that can contain water (i.e. bowls, cups, pots, pans, and mixing bowls {Soap goes to the bottom of the dish if you simply dump the rinse water.}); and started avoiding pork products (one of my allergies), my abdominal pains have completely disappeared. If I am not careful with any of those three factors, the pain comes back (but to a lesser degree). Anyone diagnosed with Crohn's disease should consider whether these types of factors are affecting them. It does take a few weeks to notice the difference.

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