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Not only is this recipe healthy, but it's also simple to make, tastes great and packs a little punch to wake up your senses. Dr. Travis Stork says this recipe can help increase energy levels, may keep you feeling full, is packed with essential vitamins, and may even help to improve blood flow.
- 1- apple
- 1- orange
- 1- banana
- a pinch of cayenne
- Peel the orange and banana, then remove apple stem. Leave all other skin on for maximum nutrition.
- Place in a small jug blender and pulse until blended.
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