Morning Glory Shake

Morning Glory Shake

Morning Glory Shake

People always ask me, how do you start your day?

What’s the most important thing to start with?

My answer:

Every morning, I start my day with my Morning Glory Shake.


Because it’s important for your body to know

it’s going to get what it needs every morning:

a blend of proteins (made from vital Amino Acids

that actually make up your body!), unique vitamins,

fiber, and supplements that soothe your gut, give

you the minerals and omega 3’s your body requires,

and most importantly, boosts your body’s

immune system  (all of which your body

hungers for).

Here’s the recipe for

“Morning Glory Shake”:

  • 8 oz. of Almond Milk (no carrageenan)
  • 1 scoop of Pro-Optimal Whey Protein powder, chocolate favored (or another Whey Protein Isolate powder of your choosing)
  • 1 Tablespoon of Chia Seeds
  • 1 Tablespoon of Gelatinized Maca Root Powder
  • 1 scoops of L-Glutamine powder (approx. 5 grams)
  • 1 Tablespoon of Hydrolyzed Collagen Powder (approx. 5 grams)
  • 1 scoop of D-Ribose powder (approx. 5 grams)


Mix all the ingredients in a blender – on very low
speed, as the amino acids in the Pro-Optimal Whey
Protein are delicate and can easily be destroyed
with heat (through high speed blenders which create heat),
and enjoy.


This “Morning Glory” shake is just delicious and so

packed with all the nutrition you need, not

just to start your day off right, but to help heal your

immune system and colon.



Morning Glory Shake

What does each ingredient do?

1) Almond milk (without carrageenan) is important
to give this shake flavor,
density, liquidity, and
taste and form.

2) Whey Protein – contains
proteins, which
are made up of the
many Amino Acids your
body and its organs
require to function.

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3) Chia Seeds are
important for the fiber,
the minerals, and the
omega 3’s they provide
your body. If your gut
can’t handle the seeds,
then make Chia Seed Gel
and use 2 Tablespoons
of this Gel in its place.

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4) Gelatinized Maca
Root Powder is to help
with fatigue, depression,
loss of libido ( so many
of us have had as a
result of all those terrible
steroids our doctors
have made us take),
hair loss.

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5) L-Glutamine Powder
is important as it has
been shown in studies
“heal the mucosal lining”
of the colon.

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6) Hydrolyzed Collagen
Powder is a well known
a “gut Healer”, but in
addition helps with skin,
hair, nails, and more
importantly joint
pains as well.

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7) D-Ribose Powder
is a type of sugar that
all the cells of our bodies
need to produce their
energy, through a molecule
called ATP.

ATP is adenosine triphosphate.
Healthy, active cells constantly
replenish their supply of ATP to
produce vital cellular energy.

However, under conditions of stress,
injury, or aging, [or diseases such
as Auto-Immune Diseases],
critical body tissues such as
heart and skeletal muscles
cannot produce ATP quickly
enough to perform optimally.

D-ribose, a carbohydrate molecule
found in every living organism,
facilitates the production of ATP
In studies of healthy athletes as
well as those who have suffered
injury to the heart muscle,
supplying fatigued muscle
cells with D-ribose quickly
restored ATP levels to normal.
By helping to rapidly refill depleted
energy stores, D-ribose may be
especially beneficial for people
coping with cardiac and other
problems marked by impaired
cellular energy production.

D-Ribose Tablets and D-Ribose
 can help speed energy
recovery, increase energy
reserves and maintain healthy
energy levels in heart and
muscle tissue.


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Here’s another note of importance on the

Morning Glory Shake,

  1. you can add other vitamins to it as well, personally I add 

    10,000 I.U. of liquid Vitamin D3

  2. the Morning Glory Shake is

    perfect for Bowel Rest

  3. if you’re struggling to add

    weight, you can add

    a) 1/2 an avocado OR

    b) 1/4 Cup of Almond Butter to your shake

  4. mix it up a bit… experiment





Morning Glory Shake