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Smoothies from Heaven...
for Life on Earth!

By Brother Viktoras Kulvinskas, MS, DD
author of the "Living Foods Bible", Survival Into the 21st Century


We live in a fast paced, demanding world. We need nourishment that is of the highest quality. I truly enjoy the smoothies. They are high energy foods that are so easy to digest and prepare. I have them from one to three times a day, especially when my schedule is particularly demanding. A 16 ounce serving will keep me energized for two to four hours. I might have smoothies all day long and then have a grain-based meal in the late afternoon.

Smoothies are quick to prepare and require very little chewing. As a result, it takes practically no time to eat. If the ingredients are raw, then they are virtually predigested and are high in enzymes.

Some smoothies are complete meals in the sense that you are getting protein & complex carbohydrates in addition to all the desired greens, as well as a dessert taste because it is sweet.

If you have a sugar-related imbalance (candida, diabetes, hypoglycemia), exclude the fruit and fruit juice. Replace it with vegetables, such as celery, zucchini, parsley; add sea salt and lemon, as well as other seasoning, to taste and use it as a soup or a salad dressing.





1 cup of fruit juice
1/2 cup of soaked almonds
1 or more of the following ripe fruit choices: mango, papaya, peach, or 1/2 cup of your favorite berries
1 tsp. of Blue Green Algae


Blend the almonds and juice, then blend in the rest.





2 tsp. of Blue Green Algae
1 cup of soaked almonds
1 ripe banana
8 oz. of fresh apple or orange juice
1 sliver of ginger
1 tsp. of friendly probiotic culture (acidophilus, bifidus, etc.
1 drop of peppermint essence or 2 leafs of fresh mint

Blend all together.


SEED MILK (a calcium source)


1 cup of soaked seeds (almond, sunflower, sesame or pumpkin)

Blend to a cream with 1/2 to 1 cup of water, or bottled diluted organic fruit juice. You may blend in a few black mission figs (as well as other favorite dried fruit - especially pitted date, pineapple, papaya), 1 tsp. Blue Green Algae, and 1 banana. Serve as it is or poured over a non-melon fruit salad.

Please note that these milks not only have a much higher source of calcium than milk, but the calcium also is in chelated form with high bio-availability. Furthermore, there is very low fat, and it is not heated. It is a source of high-quality, predigested, enzymatic protein. It is truly an excellent meal.




2 cups of 24 hr. sprouted wheat
1 cup of water
1 ripe banana
1 black mission fig
2 caps of plant-based enzymes

Blend the wheat with water for at least 1 minute on high into a pancake batter. Add more water, if needed. Pour it through a strainer, (or better yet, a sprouting nylon bag from Hippocrates, or some other source) and press/squeeze out the milk. Blend milk with the other ingredients. If you wish, add 1 cap of Super Blue Green Algae, a pinch of sea salt and 1 Tbs. of either Virgin olive oil or cold pressed wheat germ oil, or blend in 10 soaked almonds. I have tested this recipe through Kinesiology, and as a rule, the food combining works. However, if you are overly acid, or have an acid stomach with an ongoing slightly burning feeling in stomach, or you have an allergy towards wheat, then of course, this is not your cup of bliss. If you are still into cooking, then add less water in the blending, and use this as a basis for an exceptional pancake. Use a non-stick pan. Creates sweet cakes, without any other additions - it is all the sweet sugar released from the wheat.


©1997-2011 Viktoras Kulvinskas