- You can easily absorb nutrients from this delicious energy soup because of its highly digestible liquid form
- Apples contain high amounts of vitamin C, fiber, riboflavin, thiamin, and pyridoxine
- Just half an avocado can satiate your appetite and help prevent overeating
- 2 medium Fuji or Gala apples, cored and cut into 4 pieces
- Juice of 1/2 medium lemon
- 2 cups spring mix or spinach
- 1 avocado, peeled and pit removed
- 1 cup fresh mint leaves
- 4 cups pure filtered water
- Himalayan salt, to taste
In a blender, combine apples, lemon juice, greens, avocado, mint, and two cups of water. Blend until smooth, adding more water as necessary for desired consistency. Season with salt to taste.
Avoid buying apples with bruises and holes. Make sure to include their skin in your soup as it contains most of their nutrients. However, remember that apples are among the most contaminated fruits today, so it’s best to buy them organic.
When storing your apples, refrigerate them at a temperature of 39 degrees Fahrenheit to maintain their freshness. If one of your apples has been damaged or spoiled, it is better to discard it right away.1 It may be surprising, but avocado must actually be peeled the right way to maximize its nutritional benefits. Research has shown that most of the fruit’s carotenoids are located closest to the inside of its peel.2
To get all of avocado’s nutritional benefits, you must cut it lengthwise around the seed. Then, twist each half in the opposite direction to remove them from the seed. Cut each half lengthwise and scoop the avocado with a spoon, but make sure that you get the fruit close to the skin.
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