While I'm not really sure what to think about Anthony William (the "Medical Medium"), he does seem to offer some good dietary advice. But, then again, it's not much different than many other plant-based advocates.
Anyway, here are some of his "Power Breakfasts" recipes:
Wild Blueberry Smoothie
This simple smoothie recipe is delicious, vibrant, and comes together easily in just a couple of
minutes. Wild blueberries are the star ingredient with their phenomenal health benefits.
• 1 cup wild blueberries
• 2 bananas
• 2 dates, soaked
• 1/2 lemon
• 1 cup of water
Combine the wild blueberries, bananas, dates, and water in the blender. Add the juice from half a
lemon. Blend the ingredients until smooth and well combined.
Green Smoothie Bowl
The base of this smoothie bowl is creamy, sweet and refreshing with a hint of tartness. If the addition
of greens scares you, don't worry! You can hardly taste them in this recipe but you'll still receive their
benefits. The different flavors and textures of the toppings give you something to bite into, making this
smoothie bowl a really fun eating experience!
• 1 frozen banana
• 2 fresh bananas
• 4 kiwi fruit, skin removed !
• juice of 1/2 lime
• 1 tsp barley grass juice powder
• 1 cup spinach
• 1/2 to 1 cup water
• banana slices
• kiwi fruit slices
• organic shredded coconut
• or choose any other fruits you like
Blend the spinach with 1/2 cup of water. Add the rest of the smoothie ingredients into the blender
and blend until smooth. You may wish to add in extra water to facilitate blending or for a thinner
Add toppings of choice and enjoy!
Orange Creamsicle Smoothie
This smoothie brings a healthy spin on the classic creamsicle. It's thick, creamy, refreshing, sweet and
gives a bright pop of tangy flavor with the orange. This smoothie is so good that both adults and
children will be asking for more. It's perfect as a breakfast smoothie, for lunch, or a snack.
• 2 frozen bananas
• 1 fresh banana
• 3 whole chopped oranges, peel and seeds removed* !
• 1-2 cups coconut water
• Seeds from 1/4 vanilla bean, or 1 tsp vanilla extract (not essence)
*If you don't have a high-speed blender, you may prefer to try using 1 cup of fresh orange juice
as the oranges may not blend smooth.
Place coconut water in the blender. Blend with the oranges until smooth.
Add the frozen and fresh bananas and vanilla and blend again until very smooth and creamy. If
you use only fresh bananas instead of frozen the smoothie will still taste wonderful. It just won't
be as creamy and dessert-like.
Serve right away and enjoy!
Apple Green Juice
This lightly sweet green juice is a perfect staple for your mornings and will be enjoyed by kids and
• 4 stalks of kale
• 1 head of celery
• 1 lemon, peeled
• 2 apples
Run all ingredients through a juice one at a time. Pour into a glass and enjoy!