Each morning I make up and have a protein smoothie the recipe of which is as follows:

Musashi Hybrid 92 sustained release protein blend which contains 18 essential amino acids.

Ingredients:

250 ml Pure Harvest Organic Almond milk

2 scoops of Musashi Hybrid 92
1 banana
½ medium pear
½ medium avocado
I did crush two cloves of fresh garlic however out of respect for my clients I take two capsules of Kyolic high potency aged garlic extract each day.

¼ teaspoon each of the following spices:

Cardamom
Cinnamon
Cloves
Coriander
Cumin
Nutmeg
Oregano
Cayenne pepper

Grated ginger
Grated tumeric
Grated galangal


1 tablespoon black and white seed blend of Chia seed

1 tablespoon Acai seed

1 tablespoon rolled quinoa whitegrain

Seasonal fruit: e.g. rock melon, strawberries, blueberries 

Preparation:

Blend all ingredients until smooth consistency.

This makes up three large mugs two of which I put in the fridge for the following mornings breakfast.

The objective for using such a range of spices is to build my immune system since each spice, seed and berry has its own significant beneficial properties in this regard. Additionally spices have a very high ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity) rating and therefore effectiviely neutralize free radicals thereby slowing the oxidative processes and free radical damage that can contribute to age-related degeneration and disease.

Here is the link to the spice web site that I use:
 
http://www.theepicentre.com/Spices/spiceref.html  

the Chia seed web site:
 
http://www.living-foods.com/articles/chia.html

and the Acai berry web site

http://www.amazonpower.com.au/what-is-acai.php

and the ORAC web site

http://www.phytochemicals.info/list-orac-values.php 

In addition to the protein smoothie I also take one teaspoon of Chyawanprash a very powerful antioxidant which I take twice a day. Should you be interested to learn more about Chyawanprash here are two links, one of which is Ingrid Naiman's about whom I wrote in Cancer Salves and the other Dabur the manufacturer of the Chyawanprash that I take.

Here is Ingrid Naiman’s link:

http://www.kitchendoctor.com/ayurveda/chyawanprash.php

and here is Dabur’s link:

http://www.dabur.com/Products-Health%20Care-Chyawanprash