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July 10, 2017
By Yogalife

Very Berry

July is celebrated as a Berry month in the US. We should take this opportunity to enjoy the nutritional value and taste of fresh berries. All berries are incredibly nutritious, and each has different vitamins and health benefits. Nutritionist and Kenwood brand ambassador Lama Al Naeli puts together some berry recipes created with Kenwood PureJuice Pro and Blend Xtract.

Most berries can be consumed raw, are quick and simple to eat and involve almost no preparation. Almost all of them are rich in vitamin C, fiber, folic acid, and phytochemicals. Vitamin C helps the body produce antibodies against invading bacteria and virus’. Fiber can help protect your body from colon cancer and lower your risk of heart disease. Phytochemicals help to prevent cancer, diabetes and high blood pressure. Simply eating berries can truly strengthen your health. Plus, berries are a great alternative to sweets. They have a natural sweetness that may satisfy your dessert craving, and they have little or no fat.

Life Support (Pomegranate Power)

Tips: Healthy cholesterol levels, Healthy blood pressure, Cardiovascular aid, Immune support, Healthy blood formation, Healthy muscle function, Enhances stamina, Antioxidant rich.

Blend all ingredients then serve:

·       1 big Pomegranate

·       2 medium Cucumbers

·       1 medium Apple

·       1 small Beetroot

·       1 small Lemon

·       1 small Lime

Very Berry

Blend all ingredients then serve:

  • CupFrozen unsweetened raspberries,
  • 250 Ml Chilled unsweetened almond or rice milk or Camel milk,
  • 1 CupFrozen pitted unsweetened cherries or raspberries.
  • 1 Table spoon Honey,
  • 1 Tea spoon finely grated fresh ginger,
  • 1 Table spoon ground flaxseed,
  •   1 Cup fresh lemon juice.

World’s Best Blended

Blend all ingredients then serve:

  • 200 Ml Plain nonfat yogurt.
  • 1 medium
  • 1/2 
  •  10 pieces frozen strawberries.


Blend all ingredients then serve:

  • 250 Ml light soy milk,
  • Half cup frozen blueberries,
  • One medium frozen banana,
  • 1 extract vanilla piece
  •  2 tablespoon Honey


Lama Al Naeli

Lama Al Naeli is nationally known Nutritionist and clinical dietitian having several years of extensive experience in nutrition, health, wellness and natural living.




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