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How to Create the Supercharged Shake

Place the following ingredients into a blender and add either an egg, half a glass of filtered water or home made nut milk. Blend until smooth.

Pour into a Latte glass & enjoy this nutritious shake daily.  The Supercharged Shake contains all essential vitamins and minerals to recharge your immune system.

Ingredients  for Daily Shake

Calcium Citrate Powder 600mg
Magnesium Citrate Powder 600mg
Primal Defense, Powder, HSO Probiotic Formula  1 Scoop
Vitamin C Powder  (with Bio-flavonoids)  2000mg
1 x Vitamin E Capsule  400 IU

With the shake take the following:

1x vitamin Multi B capsule
2 TBS Cod Liver Oil
(which contains Vitamin A: 30,000 IU, Vitamin D: 1,200 IU, Omega 3 EPA plus DHA 3,000mg)

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Comments (23)

  • Suzie Griffiths

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    Hi Lee, where is the best place to purchase the above supplements? I live in Sydney – Health Food Store or online??

    cheers

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    • lee

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      Hi Suzie, I would recommend a health food store just make sure the supplements are non synthetic.

      Reply

  • Felicity

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    Hi Lee, I live in a small town and my local health food store doesn’t stock most of these ingredients. Can you recommend an online store?
    Thanks!
    p.s. I have your cookbook and it is my bible – I love it!

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    • lee

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      Hi Felicity, you can find some of the products here http://www.superchargedfood.com/shop also there are organic stores like doorstep organics which I think are quite good.

      Reply

  • lyndal

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    hi Lee love the website! where can i buy the primal defense powder. I live in a regional town so could you suggest a good online option. thanks lyndal

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    • lee

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      Hi Lyndal, http://www.iherb.com.have a good range of probiotics that are reasonably priced. They are in the US but the order comes within 5 days.

      Reply

  • Aaron Schultz

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    Hi Lee

    I wonder if you know of an alternative I could use for recovery for my fitness training. I currently use dextose, creatine and whey protein powder and have been for years however am looking for a healthier, fast absorbing alternative.

    Kind regards

    Aaron

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    • lee

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      I would try a green juice instead. Those powders are synthetic and not good for you. Or you could also try water with lemon and sea salt for electrolyte balance.

      Reply

  • Nora

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    Hi Lee,
    Thank you for sharing the recipe for the supershake. I was wondering if you could recommend a good brand for the multi b vitamin. Also, I was wondering, is Ester C powder with Citrus bioflavonoids a good option?
    thanks.

    Reply

    • lee

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      Yes that’s a good option and I use NOW brand of Vitamin B. 🙂

      Reply

  • Carmody

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    Hello

    Is this shake safe when breastfeeding? I’ve been taking vital greens but just found it’s not suitable when bfing so I’m looking for an alternative

    Thank you

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    • lee

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      Yes this would be ok to have whilst breast feeding 🙂
      Lee

      Reply

  • Natalie

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    Hi Lee

    I have been recommended by naturapaths to only use the brands either fusion or herbs of gold as these are the most trusted by them to not contain any nasties, but they don’t stock the magnesium or calcium citrate in power form. Please can you recommend a brand that you trust for me to use in this shake?

    Many thanks,

    Reply

  • Mary

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    Hi Lee, just wondering if you can have the above shake if your pregnant?

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    • lee

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      yes it is fine to have it when pregnant.

      Reply

  • Janice McIvor

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    Hi Lee, struggling to find these in Scotland, can you help?

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  • Janice McIvor

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    me again, checked Amazon who seem to have a lot of these but not sure if they are non synthetic as the packaging does not say , can you give me a brand to check? Janice

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  • caitlin

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    Hi Lee

    When do you recommend is the best time to drink this shake? After breakfast?

    Thanks x

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    • lee

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      Yes after breakfast is good

      Reply

  • Karen

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    Sorry if this is a silly question, but how do you quickly and easily measure 600mg? Thanks for your help.

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    • lee

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      Every ingredients weighs differently so it really depends on what it is. As a very general guide 600mgs is about 1/8th teaspoon but again this could change depending upon what it is.

      Reply

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