An Anti-Inflammatory Smoothie recipe with beets, ginger, turmeric, and strawberries boosts your immune system and helps ease inflammation.
Fresh smoothies with a variety of fruit, vegetables, herbs, and more! From green smoothies and detox smoothies to protein shakes and delicious tropical adventures, these smoothie recipes are here to support your nutritional needs. Make them for breakfast, snack, pre-workout or post-workout fuel!
A delicious Apple Pie Almond Butter Smoothie with apples, cinnamon, oats, almond butter, and maple syrup for a tasty fall treat.
Creamy Avocado Smoothie with blueberries, spinach, banana, protein powder, and a secret ingredient for a healthy complete meal in a glass! Make this smoothie on a daily basis for a great source of healthy fats, fiber, and protein.
Low-Carb Carrot Cake Smoothie is a nutritious breakfast or snack! It’s perfectly creamy, sweet, warmly-spiced, and a pure joy to the last sip.
Nutritious liver detox smoothie with apples, spinach, banana, carrot, parsley, turmeric, lemon, walnuts, and hemp protein powder. This healthful, filling smoothie is packed with everything you need to help cleanse and revitalize your body.
Anti-inflammatory, nutrient-packed Carrot Ginger Smoothie is loaded with health benefits and goes down real nice! The antioxidants and probiotics in this healthy smoothie recipe provide a big boost to your immune system.
A beautiful blue smoothie bowl made tropical-style with mango, banana, and coconut milk yogurt. Top it with paleo muesli and fresh fruit for an amazing breakfast.
Sweet and refreshing protein smoothie with turmeric, kiwi, banana, and yogurt. This delicious shake is a marvelous meal-on-the-go.
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My mealtimes all revolve around protein. If you follow me on Instagram, I probably sound like a broken record, as I have mentioned many times in the past, I take a but first, protein approach to food. I make sure I get at least 20 grams of protein at every meal, and in the event that I snack between meals, I make sure my snacks are protein-centric as well.
In addition to making sure I get adequate protein throughout the day, I also tend to drink a smoothie for either breakfast or lunch. That may seem like a pretty light meal, but my smoothies are typically on the higher calorie end in the way of smoothies, and have a pretty decent macro profile.
I’ve found that having one liquid meal per day also helps with digestion – simply put, liquid is far easier for your body to process than solid food. In this sense, protein smoothies are currently a big deal in my life, as I usually drink them after I workout to replenish muscle glycogen and feed my broken down muscle fibers with protein.
Two recipes for adaptogenic protein smoothies to sip on throughout your busy workweek. These healthful smoothies serve as a great snack or light meal replacement and are teaming with nutrients and health benefits.