Super Immunity Tip 1: National Kale Day!

It's National Kale Day-celebrate with a Kale Smoothie. This is easiest smoothie you may ever make, and it's bursting with immune-boosting vitamins and minerals.
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It's National Kale Day-celebrate with a Kale Smoothie. This is easiest smoothie you may ever make, and it's bursting with immune-boosting vitamins and minerals.

Kale

1 dense handful kale leaves
1 handful frozen berries
1 cup water

Blend ingredients 1-3 minutes, or longer, to make smooth shake.
Recipe courtesy of Eric Berg, DC http://www.drberg.com/

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