The liver rescue smoothie is a recipe created by #1 NY Times Best Selling Author, Anthony William (The Medical Medium), which is a central recipe in the Liver Rescue 9 day cleanse in his book ‘Liver Rescue.’ Each of the ingredients are carefully selected thanks to their powerful healing support for the liver, which the author believes is crucial in healing any type of chronic illness and symptom.
The first smoothie tastes absolutely delicious and my kids love it. It’s fast, simple, antioxidant rich smoothie designed for deep liver healing. The second smoothie option brings in the additional benefits of greens without compromising on taste.
Liver Rescue Smoothie
Dairy Free | Egg Free | Gluten free | Soy Free | Tree Nut Free | Vegan | Vegetarian | Wheat Free
- 2 bananas or ½ papaya
- 1 cup dragon fruit (fresh or frozen)
- 2 cups wild blueberries fresh or frozen
- 1 cup water
- 1 banana or ¼ papaya
- 1 mango
- 1 dragon fruit (fresh or frozen)
- 1 celery stalk
- ½ cup sprouts
- ½ lime
- 1 cup water
- Pop all ingredients into a blender.
- Blend on highest setting until very smooth (approx 1 – 2 minutes).
- Add more liquid if necessary. Serve immediately.
Do you know if he means just the juice of the lime or the flesh and peel included?
Yes! I’d say all of it but, you may wish to take the peel off … Neither matters as long as you’re ok with skin on
Does this help Gilbert’s syndrome?
Hi Gio. Id certainly be working with a practitioner like a naturopath or integrative doctor to address the root cause, but anything that supports the liver like this drink which aids in removing toxins etc is only going to help. However Id be doing more than a smoothie and really address this from many angles to expedite results so you can feel your best. Sharon xx
Hi. In option B celery stalk are you talking about single branch or the whole bunch?
Single branch. Hope you enjoy it. I find it rather delicious.
How many calories in option b
Hi Kevin, I don’t know. I’ve never counted calories with food. I just celebrate a natural whole foods diet high in fresh fruit and veg. Seems to have done wonders for my health and my family’s. Sharon xx
I can’t find dragon fruit in my area, is there a fruit we can substitute for dragon fruit?
Feel free to replace with any fruit you enjoy. I find melon (rock, honeydew) to be a great alternative in taste and health benefits. Sharon xx
Or you can order dragon fruit powder, Amazon. Most you buy in store have white flesh, which is not what Williams is specifying.
Hi Sharon, Would you know where we can get wild blueberries from? My understanding is they’re hard to find?
Would home grown ones be the same? Is the a difference between wild bluerries & store bought ones just the fact that they havn’t been farmed, or are they a dfferent breed /type?
Hi Michelle. Wild blueberries are different to standard blueberries. They are a lot smaller and more potent in nutrients. In Australia there is the Vikings brand which is increasingly available in supermarkets or you can buy online. Doorstep Organics deliver: https://www.doorsteporganics.com.au/product/Frozen-Organic-Wild-Blueberries-Viking-Organic-400g?gclid=Cj0KCQjwmdGYBhDRARIsABmSEeNNL2uPEiilEVIAXsSaAGMgEBoYR-YUp286FtP3ESZeK3qYpnx52UkaAieGEALw_wcB Hope this helps. Sharon xx
Can you flip flop items from Option 1 or 2. I don’t want to blend 2 bananas and want to add mango and 1 banana instead. I would also like to sometimes add spinach.
Is this ok. I have also seen chopped apple is ok too.
Funnily enough I do that all the time and I always add a handful of spinach or greens so my boys get that every day. So absolutely. Sharon xx