Alkaline Recipe #226: Thyroid Restoring Smoothie

thyroid restoring smoothie
Article by ross

The Thyroid Restoring Smoothie

This fat-rich, anti-inflammatory, high-alkaline smoothie is not only absolutely delicious (and quick to make), but it’s absolutely perfect for your thyroid health.

Whether you’re struggling with hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism (or any other endocrine imbalance, this is amazing for your adrenals, pancreas, bones and brain too!) this smoothie will give your body a big helping hand in regaining that balance and restoring the ability of your thyroid to receive the correct signals and create and regulate T3 and T4 and all of it’s other critical functions.

Note the need to soak the almonds if you don’t have a powerful blender such as a Vitamix or Nutribullet. If you forget to soak your nuts (yes, very funny) and don’t have a high-power blender, just leave the nuts out and have them as a snack after!

Thyroid Restoring Smoothie Recipe
Serves 2

[Note: if you’re making this for yourself, keep the 2nd serve in an airtight container in the fridge and save it for tomorrow!]

Ingredients

1 avocado
1 dessert spoon coconut oil
1/2 bunch parsley
1/2 inch of fresh turmeric (or 1/4tsp dried)
200ml coconut milk (from a carton – the dairy replacement version, not the thick canned version)
100ml filtered water
1 handful spinach
1/2 cucumber
1/2 cup of almonds (soaked overnight)
2 tbsp chia seeds

Instructions

1) Blend all of the ingredients together until totally smooth! That’s it!

If you have a high-powered blender like a Vitamix or NutriBullet than you donโ€™t need to soak the nuts, but if you have a regular blender try to soak for at least 6 hours.

If youโ€™re totally out of time, leave the nuts out and just eat them as a side-dish ๐Ÿ™‚

Enjoy!

ross and joe with the thyroid smoothie

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  1. Lynn Baillie Reply

    Hi Ross – I made this today and saved the other half for tomorrow. The smoothie made me feel more alert which was great. Chia seeds don’t seem to agree with me so I left these out – is there something I should use instead so I get the full benefit of the smoothie? Also, should I take this every day and if so for how long? Thanks.

  2. TracyBowering Reply

    Hi Ross

    I live in the UK what time will it be for me

    Thankyou

  3. Leanne Bedford Reply

    Hi Ross
    I have enrolled in your Thyroid Seminar
    at 4.pm on 13 th
    But I live in Victoria Australia what time is it for me thank you
    I appreciate all that you do and research
    Leanne

    • ross Reply

      Google is great for things like this ๐Ÿ˜‰

      6am.

  4. Carrie Reply

    Hi Ross l have been trying to drink water with lemon but I think I have an allergy as I keep getting hives on my hands ,think it may be a histamine problem . What alkaline foods & drink can I have if it is ? Thanks also my hair is coming out and thinning ,I am on thyroxin which is stable at the moment but wondered if any foods could cause this to happen ?

  5. Linda Reply

    Should I drink this (8-oz.) every day? Will this help get rid of my hypothyroidism?

  6. Janlee Reply

    Hi Ross, I really appreciate all your doing. The question I have is relating to coconut milk. It seems to really make me bloat. Is this something I need to push through or is there an alternative I could use ?

    • ross Reply

      You can use almond milk, that’s no problem.

  7. Cynthia Stroud Reply

    What fruit can be added to make the smoothie sweet and still be good for ones thyroid and bones?

  8. DIKSHA CHAKRAVARTI Reply

    Hi Ross
    My daughter has had to have her thyroid gland removed because of cancer and is now on life long thyroxine. Will this smoothie interfere with her meds?
    Thanks

    • ross Reply

      Hi – you need to discuss that with her consultant. Even if I knew which meds she was on I can’t legally make comment on that.

  9. Esther Downes Reply

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  11. Michelle Clark Reply

    Hi Ross. Is this similar to the leptin balancing smoothie? thanks Michelle ๐Ÿ˜‰

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