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Annelie's Raw Food Power
Serves 2 - Preparation time 5 minutes

“When I’m very busy and need a boost I make this protein-rich drink, which is packed full of antioxidant-rich berries and immune-feeding medicinal mushrooms. You can add whatever extra berry yumminess you want.”

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  • Step 1

    Put all the ingredients into a blender and blend until smooth. Pour into glasses and serve.

    “Medicinal mushrooms - People often ask me what are the best immune-boosting herbs and my top recommendations are medicinal mushrooms. Each medicinal mushroom possesses its own magical properties; however, using a blend of mushrooms really feeds, supports and works as an insurance system for the immune and nervous systems.
    Mushrooms are extremely rich in immune-enhancing polysaccharides (simple plant sugars) which science has proven to be one of the reasons why our immune system responds so well to certain plants and nutrient-rich foods. I am a big fan of reishi and chaga mushrooms, but any mushroom blends are highly beneficial. These particular mushrooms are fabulous immune tonics due to their high potency of antioxidants and polysaccharides that protect against free-radical damage. They also help to strengthen a child’s nervous system and are fantastic preventatives – far superior to any synthetic multivitamin. Reishi is also good for a chronic cough and beta glucan-rich chaga can help chronic allergies.
    Used over the course of a couple of months, medicinal mushrooms may also have the potential to calm an emotional, highly spirited child. In my opinion, medicinal mushrooms are future foods and are one of the most important, well-researched and preventative medicines of today.”

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Amberlynn Reid
Amberlynn Reid · Kathmandu, Central Region, NP · 67 projects
Is the medicinal mushroom important?ni need to make this!!

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