Naura Hayden's Dynamite Milkshake

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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.

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  • 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
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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 ,

    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 ,

    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 ,

    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 ,

    Hi! Don't know how old this post is, but thoght i'd give a shot. I have the book (...energy 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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