The Fed has changed its approach to inflation which poses opportunity in the market. Frank shares his opinion on 3 areas to look into and while the smoothie may resemble mud it is pretty good & good for you.
Blackberry, Mint, Avocado Smoothie
2 c almond milk
1 c frozen blackberries (or any berry)
1 c frozen spinach
2 T chia seeds
4 t plant collagen
5-10 mint leaves
Optional: add a banana or 2T of maple syrup to sweeten
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