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Dr. Ben Kim's Greens: How To Take It

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Do you have recipes for Dr. Ben Kim's Greens available? I need to have some creative ways to be able to take it. Thank you! Look forward to its benefits!

- Marie W.


Thanks for your question, Marie. It's one that I've received several times in the past few weeks, so I thought I would answer it here.

First of all, let me point out that I don't recommend Dr. Ben Kim's Greens for its taste. I recommend it because I have found it to be the highest quality super green food around. As is the case with all of the other items in our recommended health tools section, my family and I take Dr. Ben Kim's Greens every day.

Here are a few of the ways that we take Dr. Ben Kim's Greens in our household:

1. Mixed with water, stirred vigorously.
We drink Dr. Ben Kim's Greens with water when we are a bit pressed for time. We find that it tastes like a concentrated green vegetable juice. Others have said that it tastes like spinach juice.

2. Blended with a fruit smoothie.
We blend 1 tablespoon of Dr. Ben Kim's Greens per person with any fresh, ripe fruit that we have - usually bananas, blueberries, pears, mangos, and apples - along with almond milk or water to produce the consistency that we desire on any particular day.

3. Mixed with romaine lettuce juice.
About once a month, we use our champion juicer to juice up 6-10 heads of fresh romaine lettuce. We keep our romaine lettuce juice in two airtight glass pitchers in the refrigerator, and drink 1 tall glass a day, mixed with 1 tablespoon of Dr. Ben Kim's Greens.

A few decades down the road when we can hopefully retire and have more time than we do now, I imagine that we'll have freshly squeezed romaine lettuce juice with the greens every day. It's amazing how healthy this regimen makes us feel.

4. Mixed with a freshly pressed vegetable juice.

Whenever we have to press a fresh vegetable juice for a guest at our clinic, we make extra for ourselves and drink it with Dr. Ben Kim's Greens. Our most popular vegetable juice is made with 8 leaves of romaine lettuce, 3 ribs of celery, and 2 large carrots.

5. Mixed with sparkling water and fruit juice.
Occasionally, as a special treat, we mix our greens with a glass that contains 25-50 percent fruit juice, and 50-75 percent sparkling mineral water. The sparkling water adds a great bite - just like an old fashioned seltzer.

Hope that you find these suggestions to be helpful.


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