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Naura Hayden's Dynamite Milkshake

LindaLinda Cork

Naura Hayden’s famous “Dynamite Milkshake” energy shake. Long before there were smoothies, there was this. Don’t expect it to taste like an ice cream milk shake or a smoothie, this is a high-protein, B-Vitamin packed drink that may grow on you over time, but will never be confused with dessert. That said, it has a pleasant taste once you’re used to it, and the effect on your overall energy and feeling of well-being can make it feel addicting.

servings:Makes 1 serving


  • 2 cups skim milk
  • 1 Tablespoon Safflower Oil
  • 2 packets (to taste) sweetener
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 4 heaping tablespoons brewer’s yeast
  • 4 heaping tablespoons lecithin granules


Put all ingredients into the blender and blend until smooth. Put in the refrigerator over night. Re-blend in the morning just before drinking.



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  • laura

    by , July 14, 2014

    Kathy!Thank u SO vry much for taking your time to post!You really helped me & I appreciate it more than u know.I honestly wasn't expcting anyone to reply.Mayb nxt mnth I can unpack the boxes of books lol.

  • Kathy

    by , July 5, 2014

    Here are is the vitamin list and amounts
    Vitamin A 10,000 units
    Vitamin C 500 mgs ascorbic acid
    Vitamin D 400 units natural
    Vitamin E 400 units mixed tocopherois
    Dolomite (Calcium & Magnesium) - calcium 130 mg, magnesium 78 mg

    Every morning (with yeast milkshake)take
    2 vitamin A
    4 vitamin C
    2 vitamin D
    1 vitamin E
    10 dolomite pills ( or put 1 heaping teaspon dolomite powder in your morning milkshake)

    Every evening (after dinner) take the same as above

  • laura

    by , July 1, 2014

    I'm also looking for the vites to be taken w/shake. I rmembr A, E & C but need the quantity. Any help would be GREATLY appreciated! The shake REALLY worked in the past & I need it desperately now. TYVM in advance, laura

  • laura

    by , July 1, 2014

    Hi! Don't know how old this post is, but thoght i'd give a shot. I have the book ( but too weak to ask) but can't find it due to moving. The recipe posted sounds right cept there's Dolomite powder missing, I can't rmrmbr the amount.

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