Easy Green Drink Recipe (No Juicer Needed)

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How It Works

Mix one scoop of a greens powder* in a glass of water with a squeeze of lemon juice and a shake of cayenne. Stir and sip!

*My two favorite greens powders are from Health Quest 365 and Welleco. Both are of great quality, organic and give me my daily staple of veggies, probiotics, alkalinity and so much more. (The marketing claims include helping with inflammation, the immune system, detox, and cellular health).

In winter months, Thorne's Vitamin D3/K2 is a nice addition to this green drink.

What You’ll Need

  • Lemon
  • cayenne
  • Wellco Greens
  • Healthquest 365

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Story

I start every day with a green drink. In an ideal world I would always have a supply of veggies on hand to juice and prepare myself, but I am admittedly lazy. Instead, I rely on a green powder and the recipe above.

Before I eat breakfast or drink my coffee, I drink my green drink. I find drinking my vitamins to be easier than taking a handful of supplements. In fact, I have never felt better and I am currently not taking any pill form of supplements.

The combo is delicious, refreshing and EASY!!

What do you think?

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suzabella
By suzabella
15 - Community Member
1 month ago

Are there any green drinks without sugar substitutes?

Mara Landis
By Mara Landis
1330 - Community Leader
1 month ago

I would imagine. The ones I have tried all do including Dr. Gundry’s.

Heidi Sloane
By Heidi Sloane
1030 - Community Leader
4 weeks ago

Yes! Amazing Grass :) https://shop.amazinggrass.com/products/organic-supergreens

Heidi Sloane
By Heidi Sloane
1030 - Community Leader
4 weeks ago

Note: they also have some with sweetners. From what I can see, in general their flavored ones have sweetners and the non-flavored ones don't. I use the Supergreens one, which is just wheatgrass, kale, moringa and spirulina or the Just Greens Trio, which is wheatgrass, alfalfa and barley grass.

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