Amazing Wellness - - HEALING KITCHEN -

Serves 2

1 cup raw co­conut wa­ter or

fil­tered wa­ter 1 cup firmly packed baby spinach 1 English cu­cum­ber, roughly

chopped (do not peel) cups diced ripe fresh pineap­ple 1½ tsp. finely grated lime zest,

plus more to taste Tbs. fresh lime juice, plus more

to taste ⅛ tsp. ground turmeric Pinch of nat­u­ral salt Al­co­hol-free liq­uid ste­via

(op­tional) 1 Tbs. chia seed (black or white),

plus more to taste

OP­TIONAL BOOST­ERS: 1 Tbs. plain liq­uid chloro­phyll 1 Tbs. pure aloe vera juice 1 tsp. wheat­grass pow­der

. Throw all in­gre­di­ents ex­cept the chia seeds, but in­clud­ing the boost­ers, into your blender and blast on high for 3 to 6 sec­onds, un­til in­gre­di­ents are com­pletely pul­ver­ized. Strain with a fil­tra­tion bag, nut milk bag, or fine-mesh sieve, and then whisk in the chia seeds. Trans­fer to a jar, seal tightly, and chill in the fridge for 3 to 5 min­utes. En­joy cold. . Note: If you pre­fer, sub­sti­tute baby bok choy for spinach; and lemon juice and zest for the lime.

PER SERV­ING: 4 cal; .4g pro; .9g fat; . g sat fat; 74mg sod; .g carbs; . g fiber; .7g sug­ars

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