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Green Deal Smoothie

 

This smoothie combines vegetables, herbs, seeds and fruits rich in antioxidants which may be be helpful in cancer prevention.

It is advisable to take this first thing in the morning or in the night for effectiveness of the ingredients.

Ingredients

Coriander ( Cilantro or Chine Parsley) – 1 bunch (a lot of dietary fiber, which is excellent for lowering bad cholesterol and increasing good cholesterol).

Spinach- 1 handful

Green Basil – 1 bunch

Green Apple – 1

Sunflower Seeds- 1 tablespoon

Chia Seeds-  1 tablespoon

Lemon (juice squeezed) – 1

Wheatgrass Powder – 1 teaspoon

Water – 2 cups

How to make the green deal smoothie.

Make sure all your fruits and vegetables are thoroughly washed in water with drops of white Vinegar to ensure it is bacteria and harmful chemicals free.

Add all the ingredients into the cup of your extractor/blender/juicer,  blend for 60 seconds or until smooth.

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Man who dismembered girlfriend with circular saw gets 28 years’ jail

A MAN who claimed his live-in lover had died an accidental death before he cut up her body with a power saw has been jailed for at least 21 years for her murder.

Neal Richardson’s treatment of the body was partly an “expression of anger and hatred” towards Kiralee Grant, Justice Lucy McCullum said in the NSW Supreme Court today.

Richardson, 45, was found guilty last November of murdering Ms Grant, 41, in April 2010, at the unit they shared in Malabar in Sydney’s east.

He dismembered her body, included cutting off her hands and nipples, before he put the pieces in garbage bags and dumped them on a rural property on the NSW south coast.

Justice McCullum expressed her sympathy to the parents of Ms Grant, whose twin sister was murdered in Brisbane in 1991.

The judge found Richardson was partly motivated to cut up the body to remove evidence of injuries inflicted by him.
She noted the jury rejected his claim that Ms Grant, a prostitute who was a heavy user of drugs and alcohol, died when she hit her head on a coffee table after falling during a fight.

Ms Grant died the day before she was due to give evidence against Richardson, who had initially been refused bail after being charged with assaulting her in October 2009.

“The existence of the charge and the impending hearing is relevant to an assessment of the offender’s likely state of mind on the night he killed Ms Grant,” the judge said.

On the night she died, Ms Grant borrowed a mobile phone from a neighbour to call her bank to order a new card as she had lost her purse.

“The recordings of those telephone calls are chilling,” the judge said.

“They reveal that Ms Grant was at times incoherent, angry, frustrated and distressed.

“The offender, by contrast, was calm, politely providing the information required by the bank.”

The judge was satisfied Ms Grant rang the bank under threat from Richardson and “that she was in grave fear of harm at his hands at that time”.

She found Richardson had formed the intention to kill Ms Grant and was forcing her to make the calls so he would have access to her bank account after her death.

The judge set a maximum term of 28 years.

Source: The News Australia

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