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There are so many options for smoothies. It's definitely easiest to purchase at your favorite smoothie shop but I find throwing easy ingredients in your own blender creates an even better experience - one for your wallet and belly. As someone who loves nutrition, it was a must to share my daily dose of greens. Enjoy my go-to smoothie recipe below, and a guide to creating a new smoothie with all the essentials.















My Go-To


INGREDIENTS

1 cup kale

1 medium banana

1/3 avocado

1 tbsp chia seeds

1/2 cup frozen pineapple chunks

2 cups filtered water

DIRECTIONS

Add ingredients to blender

Blend!


This smoothie is especially good for your gut (live enzymes and prebiotic), high in antioxidants (Vitamin A & C), high in minerals (Calcium & Potassium), and high in fiber (13g).

MACROS

320 Calories

49G Carbohydrates

14G Fat

6G Protein


“Smoothie my way for a healthy day"

I recommend choosing one item from each of the categories below. It makes the process easier and simplifies your smoothie for optimal taste, but by all means add all that you desire. Throw it all in a blender.


Greens

Serving: 1 cup

Choice of kale, spinach, romaine or mixed greens.


Protein

Serving: as recommended

Protein choice is dependent on your own preferences.

Other good options for protein: chia seeds, yogurt, peanut/ almond butter, nuts and seeds.


Booster Foods

Serving: as recommended

Choice of collagen, spirulina, chlorella, Maca root.


Fruit

Serving: 1 cup

Choice of avocado, banana, apple, blueberries, raspberries, mixed berries, pineapple, mango.


Liquid

Serving: 1 cup

Choice of filter water, coconut water, coconut milk.





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