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The Blood Builder

Series: Mega Immunity | Episode: 10 | Runtime: 6m 34s | Release date: 2013

This segment features: David Wolfe.

What you eat and drink has a significant effect on the blood’s capacity to support a strong immune system, so you want to make sure to ingest things that keep the blood clean and responsive.

Serves: 2-3

Why its so good for you:

Blood is an important factor in immunity, delivering oxygen and nutrients to the cells and carrying waste products away from organs. Healthy blood contributes directly to the body’s ability to ward off foreign invaders.

Featuring:
David Wolfe

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Sherry None | 3 years, 9 months ago
That's Noni fruit in the glass jars. It is left for several weeks to ferment, then the juice is strained off and consumed in small amounts. Make sure you plug your nose though, it is very stinky and I mean very!
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Daisy Woskow | 3 years, 10 months ago
When i try this, (soon hopefully) i will leave a comment, seems tasty. I love David Wolfe, our hero! I am constantly building my blood due to the fact i run on the anemic side. Now i know because of this video that astragalus can aid my build up of white cells. Thank you FMTV.
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Team member | FMTV | 3 years, 10 months ago
Hope you can try this soon Daisy! You will surely love it! :) ~ Pauline
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Sarah St.Laurent | 3 years, 12 months ago
Where can I buy these ingredients, like the Cacoa nibs and Coconut water? I've been reading so how so many of the coconut waters on the market are horrible because the nutrients aren't even in them that the company claims. I just want to find a legit place(s) to buy from that I can Trust. Thank you :)
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Team member | FMTV | 3 years, 12 months ago
Hi Sarah, you may check from your local health food stores for the availability of the ingredients. You may purchase here too: http://www.longevitywarehouse.com/ :) ~ Pauline
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marie perrin | 4 years ago
Looks like a Vitamix or similar could also be used for the entire recipe? Looking forward to trying this. In the absence of advice from a NP would it be ok to drink once a week for general health? Thanks!
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Melissa Matecki | 4 years ago
Great recipe! But what on earth is that thing growing in those glass containers on the side? That has me really baffled!
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Team member | FMTV | 4 years ago
Hi Melissa, unfortunately we do not know what is inside those jars. :) ~ Pauline
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Alicia Christoffel | 2 years, 7 months ago
if you mean on the right in the big 3-4 jars, then it's Noni fruit
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lemuel hysaw | 4 years ago
This is amazing LOVE IT YESS THE KIDS LOVE IT TOO!!!!
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Team member | FMTV | 4 years ago
Wow! That's amazing to hear Lemuel! Have fun with your kids! :) ~ Pauline
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Goutham Chamakura | 4 years, 1 month ago
how many times in a week should we drink this to achieve desired results?
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Team member | FMTV | 4 years, 1 month ago
Hi Goutham, there are many factors that would influence or contribute to healthy blood. If you have health issues connected to blood and its components, it would be best to work with a natural healthcare provider to assess further through tests and help you with other ways to achieve your goal: http://www.foodmatters.tv/content/practitioner-directory This recipe is just one of the natural ways to help purify the blood which you can add to your recipes. Rotate your veggies and fruits or use a variety to get a balanced amount of nutrients. You might like to look into detoxification to help cleanse the blood: http://www.fmtv.com/detox-and-weight-loss We also have a great action plan here to guide you: http://www.foodmatters.tv/health-resources/detox-action-plan I hope this helps :) ~ Raziel
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Jenny Ennis | 4 years, 1 month ago
I am a bit sad. I ordered the nutribullet and have been excited for it to arrive Monday, because he was on there and I thought...."this must really pulverize the fruits and veggies so I don't have to buy a juicer also"....and now I see all his videos he uses a juicer TOO. His infomercial is very misleading.
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Team member | FMTV | 4 years, 1 month ago
Hi Jenny, sorry to hear you felt disappointed. A nutribullet is a product which creates smoothies. Juicing on the other hand is a process which extracts water and nutrients from produce and discards the indigestible fiber. However it really just comes down to personal preference as there are so many benefits to both blending and juicing. Here's an article that you might find useful: http://www.foodmatters.tv/articles-1/juicing-vs-blending-which-one-is-better. Additionally, you might also want to check out our juicer buying guide here for help with buying a juicer should you decide to buy one: http://www.foodmatters.tv/juicer-buying-guide. Hope this helps :-) ~ Iris
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