The Best Energy Soup

From Avacado Joy | Soups | American

Energy soup is a blended green soup that was designed by the famous healer and doctor, Dr. Ann Wigmore. It was designed to contain every nutrient that your body needs in a balanced form. Each ingredient is a complete food containing the highest levels of nutrition. Most important, it is easy to digest. Blending helps us to chew our food which aids in digestion, absorption, and elimination. Eat this soup everyday, and you will have lots of energy!

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Low cal Calories 104kcal

fat Total Fat 6g

Low sat-fat Saturated Fat 1g

chol Free Cholesterol 0mg

Low sodium Sodium 18mg

Low carbs Total Carbohydrate 13g

Serving size 189g Calories from fat 58kcal Fiber 4g Protein 2g Sugar 7g
4 servings

Ingredients

  • 1 cup avocado, chopped
  • 2 cups spinach, collard greens, wild edibles or salad greens
  • 2 cups sunflower sprout (or lentils or mung bean sprouts)
  • 1 whole apple – for sweetness, and to help digest all the proteins
  • 2 tablespoons dulse flakes, kelp flakes or black raw nori or even soaked arame
  • 1 cup filtered water

Directions

  1. Add all ingredients to the blender and blend until smooth.
  2. Serve in a bowl or a glass.

wigmore_annAnn Wigmore was a Lithuanian holistic health practitioner, nutritionist, whole foods advocate, health educator, author and a doctor of Divinity. Wigmore was born Anna Marie Warapicki in Lithuania on March 4, 1909 to Antanas and Anna Warapicki. Her father emigrated to America in 1908, settling in Middleboro, Massachusetts, where he first worked as a laborer in a shoe manufacturing company and later as a truck driver for a bakery during Wigmore’s American teen-age years; Wigmore’s mother followed five years later, aboard the ship Erlangen, arriving at Ellis Island on June 16, 1913. After World War I, Anna Marie, then 13, and her brother, Mykola, age 15, accompanied by an uncle, arrived at Ellis Island on December 9, 1922, on the ship USS America, to join their parents and younger sister Helen, born February 19, 1921, in Middleboro. The 1930 Federal Census found Wigmore living in Bristol, Massachusetts and working as a hospital maid under the name of Anna Warap. (wikipedia).

Her biggest contribution to healing was the founding of the Ann Wigmore Institutes and Hippocrates Institutes which still exist today in New Mexico, Florida and Puerto Rico. The now famous four healing foods strategy was developed based on raw foods with a target of serious conditions such as cancer. She had great healing success and was a major pioneer and innovator of the 20th century.

 

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