Naturopathic Cancer Treatment Provider for over 25 years

Watermelon-Lime Cooler from Nourish Me Kitchen

MAKES 5 CUPS

3 cups fresh or frozen coarsely chopped watermelon

½ cup fresh lime juice (from 2 juicy medium limes)

¼ cup loosely packed fresh mint leaves

1 cup ice

1 cup water

Liquid stevia (optional; I use10 to 15 drops)

8 fresh basil leaves (optional)

½ small cucumber, roughly chopped (peeled if not organic; optional)

 

DIRECTIONS:

Combine all of the ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth. Enjoy immediately, or refrigerate for up to 2 days and stir or reblend before drinking.

 

Note: 

Dr. Siegel always adds the optional cucumber to maximize the moisturizing benefits.

Author
Dr. Eric Blake Medical Director of Portland Clinic of Holistic Health

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