(NaturalNews) As part of my ongoing scientific research into heavy metals, elemental retention and metals capturing (see explanatory videos here), I have identified and documented anti-heavy-metals substances which have a remarkable natural affinity for binding with and “capturing” heavy metals.
(NaturalNews) Late last year as I was conducting atomic spectroscopy tests on foods and nutritional supplements, I publicly asked whether juicing would turn out to be a safe practice due to the removal of all the fiber during the juicing process. Many heavy metals, it turns out, stick to plant fibers such as fruit pectin. Mercury is especially good at sticking to fibers, which is why I was able to show that strawberries and peanut butter are both excellent at binding with dietary mercury.
½ ripe banana
1 tablespoon peanut butter, creamy
1 cup fresh or frozen strawberries
¼ cup skim milk (could use 1% as well)
1 teaspoon honey
½ cup crushed ice
If you use frozen strawberries put them in the blender and blend until chopped.
Put all of the remaining ingredients in a blender for 1 minute, lift lid and stir and continue to blend until smooth.
Notes: You can make this recipe Vegan by substituting the skim milk with your favorite nut milk and substituting agave syrup for the honey.