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Easy Herbal Energy Drink for People Living with HIV/AIDS

Energy drink, HIV/AIDS recipe

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Energy drink HIV/AIDS recipe

Herbal Energy Drink for People Living with HIV/AIDS

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People living with HIV/AIDS may have problems in digesting fat; the recipe below is a suggestion that may help to address some of the common food related complications arising from HIV/AIDS.

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Herbal Energy Drink for People Living with HIV/AIDS.


Living with HIV/AIDS

Herbal Energy Drink for People Living with HIV/AIDS

Serves 2 African HIV/AIDS food Total time from start to finish 10 minutes Energy drink

Nutrition facts: 210 calories, 2 grams fat

Ingredients 

1 large clove of garlic 

1 small piece turmeric root 

1 small piece fresh young ginger 

3 cups whole milk, goat milk or water


Directions 

Boil together all the ingredients. Simmer for ten minutes. Cool slightly, remove spices. Add a teaspoon of honey or sugar if you like the drink sweet.


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