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The world’s best smoothie is a moveable feast, if it is as organic and natural as possible! Many people don’t have the time to prepare the fabulous five portions of vegetables necessary each day for health but this recipe does the trick!
*Pignoli (pine) nuts are high in nutrients and heart healthy mono-unsaturated fats
** Grapefruit seed extract is known as an antifungal and antibacterial product. Before adding any supplement to the diet, check with your qualified, health care provider if you take medications as there may be counter indications, especially with grapefruit.
- 1 Scoop Gruvolo’s Premium Greens (24 calories), equivalent to 6 portions
- 1 scoop chia seeds
- 1 Tablespoon Udo’s evening primrose or favorite oil (optional)
- 1 scoop spirulina powder
- 1 -2 cups 'good' water, unsweetened almond, soy, or hemp milk
- 1 apple or pear, blueberries (or whatever is in the kitchen)
- 1 Packet Eveliza/Alen, an organic, cereal compound (60 calories), 5 grams protein, or other protein powder
- ½ avocado
- ½ banana
- 1 small handful of nuts (almonds, walnuts, cashews, pignoli*)
- 1 shake each of cinnamon and turmeric
- 1 dropper green tea extract
- 1 dropper Wellness Herbal Resistance Extract from Source Natural
- 1 dropper sea buckthorn oil
- 1 drop grapefruit seed extract**
Peach Probiotic Smoothie
Take your smoothie to the next level with this mocktail peach smoothie recipe. Mix with your fav kombucha and serve at your next pool party.
Our Peach Probiotic Smoothie is made with three very simple ingredients and served icy cold in a fun coconut sugar-rimmed glass. Blend up a pitcher of this mocktail to serve at a summer pool party or sip it on the patio before it gets too hot out!
Summer pretty much here… which is the perfect time to blend up a smoothies to stay healthy and cool off.
Summer also means it’s time for our Thrive Summer Reset. From July 6-12, we will be hosting a live community reset with daily green smoothies, plant-powered snacks and meals to look + feel your best this summer.
Are green smoothie recipes healthy?
What we eat can truly transform our bodies and our lives in powerful ways. Especially with this smoothie recipe as I’ve seen in the lives of so many of my friends, family and community online. Blending spinach into a fruit smoothie is a great way to boost your immune system, as well as naturally energize you.
Most smoothies are made with just fruit and liquid, which is high in sugar and can cause inflammation. A green smoothie, on the other hand, is made with fruit, plant-based liquid and leafy greens.
This recipe is full of iron, potassium and vitamins galore— and tastes like a tropical treat from all the island fruit. Yet the best part is how simple as well as quick it is to make! You only need 4 ingredients and all of them can be found at your local grocery store (they don’t cost a fortune either!). As I say all the time— I’m all for making healthy eating affordable so it’s sustainable.
A green smoothie can taste just as good as a regular smoothie, and also have incredible health benefits.
Coconut Latte Smoothie
Prior to now, I have not been a smoothie drinker. I know smoothies are all the rage, but I really prefer to eat my food. Why make a strawberry smoothie when I can just eat strawberries? I like kale. I don’t have to hide it in a fruit-laced drink. I’ll just eat it with a fork.
All was going just fine in my non-smoothie world until my friend Faith from An Edible Mosaic wrote a book of smoothie recipes and asked me to try a few. I’ll do pretty much anything for my friends, so I agreed. Skimming through the book, all the recipes sounded pretty delicious chocolate cake batter, peaches and cream, raspberry-lime green tea, until…………
She must have made this one just for me right? I’ve never been the same since Starbucks discontinued their coconut latte, and seeing this recipe was like the sun shining down after a thunderstorm. The best part about this smoothie is that it has oatmeal and cashews in it too, so it’s like a meal in a glass. Plus, I made it in my magic bullet so I could just blend and go.
These days, as you know, I’ve been all about the quick, portable recipes and this smoothie definitely hit the spot during my weeks of craziness.
Additional Tips on Lowering High Blood Pressure
Incorporate movement into your daily activities. You don’t have to start pumping muscle, but make sure you do at least 30 minutes of movement every day. This movement could come in the form of a brisk walk, a yoga session, dancing around your house while you cook or clean or something as simple as always taking the stairs instead of the elevator. Be aware of the movement your body needs and incorporate this into your day-to-day life.
High blood pressure may be controlled if you make better lifestyle decisions and drinking a smoothie for high blood pressure daily can help you do that.
Smoothies are often simple, straightforward ways to enjoy a quick meal. They're great for taking on the go and are typically loaded with healthy ingredients. Generally made from fresh fruits and vegetables, smoothies are the perfect&mdashand perhaps most delicious&mdashmethod of getting your fill of energy-boosting proteins and healthy fats. We rounded up the 10 most popular smoothie recipes from our Pinterest boards to help make your mornings (or afternoon snacks!) easier.
There's a smoothie recipe here sure to delight anyone's tastebuds any time of the day. That's right: Smoothies aren't just for breakfast, although we do agree that they do make for delicious early morning meals. Still, they're great as a post-workout snack or an afternoon pick-me-up, especially when they're made from more than just a handful of fruit and ice. That's where these popular recipes come in: Our smoothies most frequently pinned on Pinterest feature a colorful medley of superfoods, including nuts, seeds, greens, and alternative milks for a healthy mix of nutrients.
Some of our most popular recipes include traditional strawberry and banana combinations, which are sure to delight even the pickiest of palates. Make them in the summer for a breakfast treat your kids will love&mdashjust be warned, you'll want to double the recipe and make one for yourself, too. And if you want something a little different, you'll be pleased to know that some of our most popular smoothie recipes also feature unique ingredients, like pumpkin, pomegranates, and coconut milk for mouthwatering flavor. Blend your way to better health with our 10 most-re-pinned smoothies from our Pinterest boards.
8 Amazingly Healthy Smoothie Recipes You've Never Heard Of
Beyond the slew of avocado toasts that bait us on Instagram, the colorfully arranged #smoothies on the app are even more of a studied art. In fact, the chilled drink craze is part of the inspiration behind New Yorker Rachel Drori's line of delicious frozen smoothies that deliver straight to your door.
Her company Daily Harvest's motto is "the best smoothie you've never had," and fittingly, they contain a range of organic ingredients that you won't find in your average bodega smoothie. Think pineapple and matcha or mango and camu. Truly #FreezerGoals, in the brand's own words.
To get a leg up on those smoothie cravings this year, we collaborated with Daily Harvest on eight utterly unique recipes that you'll exclusively find here. BRB, heading to the grocery store.
1 Sweet Apple, peeled and cored
½ cup Vanilla Almond or Coconut Milk
In a blender, add all ingredients and blend until smooth. Add more almond milk if necessary and garnish with cinnamon and apple slices.
1 Dragon Fruit, peeled or a 3.5 oz. pack of frozen dragon fruit puree
2 drops Ginseng or Gingko Extract
In a blender, add in the dragon fruit, kiwi, mango, and ginseng or gingko extract. Squeeze in juice of ½ lime. Pour in coconut water and 2-3 ice cubes and blend. Add more coconut water if needed.
In a blender, add in the basil, pineapple, cucumber, and chia. Squeeze in juice of ½ lime. Pour in coconut water and 2-3 ice cubes and blend! Add more coconut water if needed.
Heat coconut milk and steep chai tea for five minutes. Strain tea leaves from milk. When milk is cool, pour into a blender with remaining ingredients. Blend until smooth, and add more coconut milk if needed. [Add a dash of maple syrup if you need some extra sweetness.]
⅛ tsp. Activated Charcoal or Shilajit
In a blender, add in the blackberry, blueberry, spinach, hemp seed, and activated charcoal or shilajit. Squeeze in juice of ½ lemon. Pour in coconut water and blend! Add more coconut water if needed.
1 Tbsp. 100% Pure Roasted Peanut Butter
1 Tbsp. Pea Protein Powder
In a blender, add in the cacao powder, cacao nibs, vanilla bean, banana, peanut butter, protein powder, and almond milk. Blend until smooth! Add more almond milk if needed.
½ of a Large Tomato or ½ cup of Cherry Tomatoes
In a blender, add in the kale, spinach, tomato, celery, horseradish, cayenne, and black pepper. Squeeze in juice of ½ lemon. Pour in water and 2-3 ice cubes and blend! Add more water if needed.
In a blender, add in the banana, apple, pumpkin seed, vanilla, colloidal silver, and almond milk. Blend until smooth! Add more almond milk if needed.
How To Make Our Watermelon Smoothie (30 Sec):
A few things to know before you get going.
First, just every time you buy a watermelon for this purpose, cut it up in chunks and store the chunks in bags in the freezer. 2 cup portions works nicely – that’s enough for one large smoothie or two small ones. That way you don’t have to go trying to break apart a huge block of frozen watermelon when the watermelon smoothie craving hits.
Second, toss in whatever add-ins feel necessary. If you’ve got basil, throw a few basil leaves in. If a spritzer is more your style, add some La Croix which is more than likely already in your fridge because life loves La Croix, right? If you’re looking for more of a party drink, put your mixology hat on (I’m imagining rum? or maybe tequila in a watermelon margarita sort of capacity?) and GO. Also invite me over please k thanks see you soon.
Thirdly, if you want the slushie-like consistency to stay smooth and uniform, serve it right away. Especially if it the glasses are going outside for any length of time. The longer you wait, the more you will notice the icy slushie parts rising to the top of the glass and the juicy, uhh, juice sinking to the bottom. Which, to be honest, leaves you with a serious juice treat when you stick your straw in and start drinking (pure bliss, really), but maybe you’re looking for more of a non-juicy smoothie experience, in which case serve immediately.
Elderberry Syrup in an Immune Boosting Smoothie
I’m sure you’ve noticed my favorite ingredient in this immune boosting smoothie is elderberry syrup. Along with the delicious berry flavor, elderberry syrup is packed with natural health benefits.
It’s important to note that black elderberry syrup is a dietary supplement. It isn’t intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Yet elderberry syrup is a natural remedy that my family has experienced the benefits of and I’m excited to share it with you today.
You can make your own DIY Elderberry Syrup Recipe, yet it takes more time and money. It’s just so convenient to keep Sambucol Elderberry Syrup on hand. Whatever way you go, you can use either syrup interchangeably in this immune boosting smoothie recipe.
46(!) Healthy Smoothie Recipes
A smoothie is a convenient meal or snack option anytime&mdashjust throw your ingredients in a blender, pour into a glass, and enjoy! Even better: The ingredient possibilities for shakes and smoothies are endless. We should know we're always in the kitchen creating and re-creating our favorite healthy smoothie recipes. Keep reading to see which healthy smoothies we've been blending up all year long!
1. Cinnamon Honey Green Tea Smoothie
Not only will the caffeine in the green tea give you much-needed energy, but cinnamon and green tea also have been shown to have metabolism-boosting properties. In addition, research has shown that honey may help regulate blood-sugar levels, meaning you won't feel groggy after this afternoon snack. The next time you're feeling like you could use a frosty sweet caffeinated beverage, forgo the Frappuccino for this 139-calorie green tea smoothie instead.
2. Flat-Belly Smoothie
All the ingredients in this flat-belly smoothie, such as Greek yogurt and blueberries, are great for busting bloat. If that's not enough, you also get the sweetness of pineapple, which contains an enzyme that helps ease digestion.
3. Cherry Berry Sore-Muscle Smoothie
Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) can cause discomfort after a workout, so reach for this recovery drink after you hit the gym. This sore-muscle smoothie contains antioxidant-rich strawberries and kale, both of which are full of pain-easing vitamin C, as well as wheat germ, an excellent source of vitamin E, which can help decrease exercise-induced muscle damage. The omega-3s in the walnuts can help reduce inflammation, as well.
4. Mango Kiwi Smoothie
Made from hair-healthy ingredients like Greek yogurt, blueberries, and kidney beans, this mango kiwi smoothie will help moisturize the scalp and encourage growth. The beans also offer biotin, which is great not only for your hair, but also for your skin.
5. Papaya Ginger Mint Smoothie
If you're feeling bloated, sluggish, or otherwise low-energy, it's time to whip up this digestion-relieving smoothie. Almost every ingredient in this recipe is good for your gut: Papaya helps you debloat and relieves constipation, Greek yogurt offers healthy probiotics for your system, and ginger and mint help calm upset stomachs. It even has a splash of lemon juice to help flush out toxins.