Healthy Eggnog- Holy Hot Zeolite, Batman!

Posted by ZeoliteMixer on November 30, 2012 in Zeolite, Zeolite Drinks |

We all know that warm drinks aren’t as much fun as blender drinks, but they can be just as yummy! Since zeolite won’t dissolve, it is of course easier to mask it in a blended drink than a clear drink, like tea. But that’s where I come in to help you along and give you some ideas.

Typically my recipes have been healthy, very easy, 1-2 servings, no fuss, throw in blender and you’re done. However, hot drinks take a little more time and effort, (not to mention decadent ingredients), but they are well worth it! You will see some time consuming entries, duplicate ingredients, some harder to find ones too, but all contribute to wildly delicious drinks that you can mix your zeolite into. Many of these will make more servings than you can drink at once, but you can save them for later use, or enjoy them with friends. Yay!

As always leave your comments and share your ideas, who knows you may inspire a new post! (That’s a nod to you Julie!)

All the recipes in this blog are made with ZEO Health’s ZEOLITE PURE powdered product. The reason is they have the purist form of zeolite and their product was used in the efficacy study.


Healthy Eggnog (1 serving)


  • 1 scoop of ZEOLITE PURE
  • 1 egg yolk, beaten
  • 1/4 cup of fat free milk
  • 1 teaspoon of sugar substitute (like Splenda or Truvia)
  • 1/2 teaspoon of vanilla extract
  • Ground nutmeg to taste
  • 1/8 cup of light whipping cream


  1. Beat the egg yolk, milk and sugar substitute in a bowl
  2. Pour in a pot and cook over medium heat
  3. Stir in vanilla and ground nutmeg
  4. Right before serving, beat light whipping cream until soft peaks form, add to mixture
  5. Add 1 scoop of ZEOLITE PURE into a mug, add mixture
  6. Sprinkle with ground nutmeg

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