Inflammation Alleviation

Inflammation Alleviation

Conventional treatments for conditions like fibromyalgia include prescribing painkillers and/or antidepressants, but by fighting the muscle, joint and sleep issues usually associated with these conditions, we can help ease inflammation and related illnesses at the source. Dark green leafies, flax seeds, and the omega fatty acids found in avocado can help you feel better by putting something delicious and nutritious in your body.

Vegan Dairy Free


Nutrition Facts

Recipe: Inflammation Alleviation
Servings in this Recipe: 1

Nutrition Facts Per Serving

Calories 466.2

% Daily Value*

Total fat 25.6 g 39.4%

Saturated Fat 2.9 g 14.3%

Trans Fat 0.0 g 0.0%

Cholesterol 0.0 mg 0.0%

Sodium 301.4 mg 12.6%

Total Carbs 57.3 g 19.1%

Dietary Fiber 19.1 g 76.6%

Sugars 21.8 g 0.0%

Alcohol 0.0 g 0.0%

Protein 10.2 g

Vitamin A 84.0%
Vitamin C 100.3%
Calcium 78.4%
Iron 16.0%
Vitamin D 0.0%
Vitamin E 10.8%
Vitamin K 325.4%
Thiamin 27.2%
Riboflavin 16.4%
Niacin 14.8%
Vitamin B-6 25.5%
Folate 37.3%
Vitamin B-12 0.0%
Panto. acid 19.1%
Phosphorus 25.3%
Magnesium 30.7%
Zinc 14.3%
Selenium 13.2%
Copper 47.2%
Manganese 78.1%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs:


  • Add all ingredients to your Tall Cup and extract for 30 seconds, or until smooth.
  • Enjoy!

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Comment by Leonilda1
March 03, 2015
Silly question but I've seen sooo many recipes and getting a little confuse so my question is: can I combine all the ingredients together if I have most? They don't off set each other if I dnt follow the recipes? I know they'll be a thick shake but will kill all birds with one stone :)
Reply by Sjy2232
July 10, 2015
I mix mine up all the time! Cucumber, celery, Apple, banana, flax, Chia, cinnamon.... You name it! They all have amazing properties. Try and find one you like
day for of blasting for me and trying different recipes every time..this one is yummmy
Comment by marbur95
January 04, 2015
Just got my Nutri-Bullet for Christmas and love it. I just tried this recipe and really like it. Smooth, sweet taste. I am willing to try anything for inflammation since I suffer from arthritis in my knees.
Comment by laspho35
January 03, 2015
how often should you drink these until they start working?
Comment by SusanOd
September 15, 2014
It would be so NICE, USEFUL and HELPFUL if the recipes were posted in the manner that would allow us to highlight the list of ingredients and copy them to a Word document for reference. Right now, I write them down, then type and save the recipe in a Word document, all of which could be avoided. Hope this makes sense and is worthy of NutriLiving's consideration - makes for good PR!! Thanks.
Reply by Tamiz1
March 31, 2015
Hi Susan - you don't really mention what device you are using, and methods of copying/saving (in some manner) vary based the device. I have an iphone, an android tablet, and windows laptop (old vista). Any OS will be different, even Windows 8 compared to Windows Vista can vary. On my iPhone I hit the share icon on the bottom, and choose Save To Home Screen. This is great, and the icons are not generic (which I like ) and I have a bookmark folder to place them in. Android has a similar feature...but I have not done it in on that device in awhile. It may be browser specific...and the icons are generic, but it still allows custom labels. Many apps and screens do allow you to copy on a tablet/phone...if you hold your finger down on the text/area to copy. A small highlight bar appears with two ends that can be dragged to expand the highlight range. Then a Copy pops up. It does take patience and though, and you will get better at it! Sometimes I have to press and hold the highlighted area to get the copy command up, but sometimes that unselects the text dependent on the page. I wish it were consistent!!! Anyway...good luck with YOUR device, whatever it may be!!!
Reply by singa2n
February 15, 2015
See if you can choose to print them, and then save them as a PDF. I have mine started in a file folder named Nutriblast.
you can download the app to your phone or tablet and have the recipes with you at all times..Its a great app and I refer to it at grocery store and in cut and paste
Reply by marbur95
January 04, 2015
I highlight the recipes and paste them into a word, document. Just bring up a word document, highlight in the recipe what you want to copy, hit control C than paste into word document. You will have to modify it a little but it works for me.
I was told the flax have more nutrition if ground up. They are great any way you choose.
Comment by jdubson
December 02, 2013
Are the oats cooked or raw from the box.
Reply by LadyBarber
December 09, 2013
You can do them raw...just like with the almonds: you can grind them alone ( as one would grind coffee beans) then set the ground oats or almonds aside, add your veggie/fruits, topp with the oats and blend! Enjoy! I just toss the almonds in whole with the veggies/friut and blend! You cand grind almonds alone and make your own almond butter... Coked oats are ok to use too...but you do not need to gothrough the extra step of cooking them. If you have leftovers...toss them in!
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