DIY Organic Aspirin: Orange Julius

DIY Organic Aspirin Alternative: Orange Julius | Butter Nutrition
What’s your favorite breakfast on the go? Today I’m sharing {one} of mine, something I call my anti-inflammatory Orange Julius. Why is it anti-inflammatory? Because it contains eggs and gelatin to support the liver and detoxification! You can read more about the benefits of gelatin here.  In addition according to Lita Lee, PhD, “Fruit juices are high in salicylates so it’s like drinking organic aspirin (very anti-inflammatory).”  Just remember to always drink your juice pulp free (the cellulose can be hard to digest), and with protein and fat to help balance blood sugar. My favorite is a glass of OJ or pineapple juice with pastured egg yolks, a tablespoon of great lakes gelatin powder, and a pinch of salt!

Orange Julius Ingredients:

1 1/4 cups pure orange juice (organic, not from concentrate, no vitamins or additives)
1 tb collagen hydrolysate (like this)
2 pastured egg yolks*
Simple syrup (optional, to taste)
pinch of salt (optional)

Process:

1) Using a blender combine OJ, gelatin & egg yolks. Makes 1 Orange Julius. Enjoy!

*Raw egg yolks are not appropriate for everyone, especially those with weakened immunity. Please do your own research and make your own choice on whether they are right for you. You may also view our disclaimer here.

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