Kale Shake – Transform Your Kitchen Ep. #8

Get rid of the coffee in the morning. Forget the oatmeal for breakfast. This is one of the best energy drinks you can possibly have! This Kale Shake will boost your energy levels and fuel your body.
And believe it or not–it tastes amazing! Try it out and see for yourself.

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11 comments so far - add yours!

  1. Allen K Crowder says:

    Thanks Dr. Josh, great looking shake. I’m going to get the ingredients now!

  2. Evelyn Hunter says:

    After I finally figured out which part of my blender to use, I got a rich, creamy, delicious shake. Thank you, Dr. Axe.

  3. Millie says:

    I like the shake- wasn’t sure I would. Is this a serving for 1? Do you know how long you can keep it refrigerated? I just have a normal blender. Do you think it makes a big difference? My shake is kinda well, chewy- not at all smoothie like. your blender looks like a vitamix brand. Does it make a big difference?
    Thanks for everything you do!

    • Dr. Axe says:

      The type of blender you use won’t make any difference in the nutritional value. The serving size is one and you can probably keep it in the fridge for 24-48 hours. However, the sooner you can drink it the better since over time nutritional values can decrease.

      • Brenda Carter says:

        Hi Anne,

        I bought me a vitamix. If you can afford it, it is well worth the money, and will last forever. I struggled to spend that kind of money on a blender but it does so much more. It will make soups, dips, peanut butter. I love mine.

        Have a good day

    • Anne says:

      I think the blender must make a difference to the consistency and therefore how palatable the mix ends up. I have a good blender, but not a great one obviously. I made the shake and still had bits of leaves which made it unpleasant to drink. I think the taste was good, and the nutritional value worth the extra money so plan to try again with a high end blender in the near future!

  4. Derrick King says:

    Would it hurt to add other fruits like blueberries? I am looking forward to the benefits!

  5. Kathy says:

    looks great but do you need to take the kale off the woody stem?

  6. liz says:

    What s surprise! I love it. I think I put a little too much cayenne, my throat is nicely burning :)

  7. Brenda Carter says:

    This is not bad, but not delicious. I will make occassionaly because of the nutritional value. This makes too much for one serving, I drank half of it and that is plenty for me.

    Thanks for the recipe

  8. Dr. Axe says:

    I have been eating raw kale for years and know many others who have as well. I have never had any trouble. There have been some articles saying that if you eat cruciferous vegetables in massive amounts it could affect thyroid, but unless you’re eating 3 lbs of brussels sprouts and kale a day I wouldn’t worry about it. :)

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