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Follow these simple steps to get a true taste of the Caribbean with this dairy- and soy-free creamy mango and coconut smoothie:
Berries are high in antioxidants, which can help protect your skin and hair, minimise inflammation, and prevent and manage arthritis. Berries contain anthocyanins, which can help prevent and manage arthritis. Berries are high in vitamin C, which is essential for collagen production and joint flexibility. To reap the benefits of these berries, whizz up this Berry & Banana Smoothie in minutes.
When ready, serve and enjoy.
Peach melba is a well-known dessert, but peaches and raspberries are a winning combination.This smoothie combines the delicious flavours of peach and raspberry with the health benefits of seeds.
You may not have considered adding seeds to your smoothie, but pumpkin seeds are rich in zinc, omega 6 and 9, vitamin E, B1 and B6, and iron. Pumpkin flesh is a low-calorie, high-vitamin vegetable, which is excellent news if you want to pack the body with nutrients. There are only 6 ingredients needed for this smoothie.
If you'd like to start your day with an antioxidant-rich smoothie, this pomegranate, blueberry, and kale smoothie is for you. Since pomegranates and blueberries are both rich in antioxidants, and kale is low in calories and high in fibre, this smoothie will keep you full until lunchtime.
Cranberries may be small, but they are rich in antioxidants and are an excellent way to rid your body of toxins on a regular basis. Cranberries not only fight urinary tract infections, but they're also a natural probiotic, promoting the growth of good bacteria in the gastrointestinal tract, which aids digestion. Combine raspberries and blackcurrants to sweeten the tartness of cranberries. Mix a small cup of raspberries and blackcurrants with 200ml of cranberry juice in a blender.
Green smoothies are all the rage right now. Here are some helpful hints for making the perfect green smoothie: Take note of the following simple formula for the best flavour: Fruits account for 60% of the diet, while leafy greens account for 40%. To avoid leafy chunks, combine the leafy greens and liquid first, then add the remaining ingredients.
Blend the spinach, mint, and water/aloe vera juice together until smooth. Combine the remaining fruits and milled seeds in a mixing bowl. For a refreshing touch, sprinkling some mint on top is a good idea.