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26 Powerful Ingredients to Supplement Your Smoothies

26 Powerful Ingredients to Supplement your Smoothies Eat a rainbow of nutrients for vibrant and wholesome health! Cayenne Pepper Beets Goji berries Pomegranate seeds 1 tbsp = 17 calories 1 beet = 35 calories 1 tbsp = 18 calories 1/2 cup = 72 calories High in vitamin C, antioxidants, iron, potassium, calcium, folate, and manganese. Naturally rich in blood flow enhancing nitrates. Contains capsaicin which can temporarily boost metabolism. Provides carotenoids, color Rich in vitamin C and K. pigments that may be effective in fighting cancer. Provides 36% of dairy recommended value of vitamin A and a gram of protein per tablespoon. Contain specific polyphenols like tannins, quercetin, and anthocyanins, which aid in heart health and cancer prevention. Apple cider vinegar Flaxseed Walnuts Almond butter 1 tbsp = 3 calories 1 tbsp = 55 calories 1 tbsp = 40 calories 1 tbsp = 98 calories Stabilizes blood sugar levels, helping to prevent cravings. Pairs well with cinnamon. Contains lignans, which may support heart health and help balance hormones to prevent certain cancers. Contain even more omega-3 essential fatty acids than salmon. May reduce the risk of prostate and breast cancer. Provides protein, fiber, and healthy monounsaturated fatty acids. Eating almonds can help lower cholesterol. Ginger Nutritional yeast Local honey Turmeric 1 tsp = 2 calories 1 tbsp = 30 calories 1 tbsp = 64 calories 1 tbsp = 24 calories Helps relieve digestive issues such as morning sickness, gas, diarrhea, IBS, and nausea caused by various treatments. Fights bacterial infections. Each tablespoon provides 4-5 grams of complete protein as well as B-complex vitamins thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, and fiber. Small regular amounts of local honey can help build resistance to pollen, easing allergy Studies show antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antimutagenic, antimicrobial, and anticancer properties. symptoms. Matcha Kale Avocado Spirulina 1 tsp = 12 calories 1 cup = 33 calories 1 cup = 234 calories 1 tbsp = 20 calories Offers 4 grams of protein per tablespoon, helps clear out some heavy metals, and eases/prevents many health issues, according to the NIH. Provides the benefits of Fiber-packed source of vitamin K, A, E, B vitamins, manganese, calcium, iron, and copper. Twice the vitamin C of an orange. Packed with fiber and green tea, like antioxidants, EGCG, and caffeine. monounsaturated fatty acids, which fight inflammation and are linked to overall reduction of belly fat. Wheatgrass Spinach Blueberries Acai berries 1 oz = 7 calories 1 cup = 7 calories 1 cup = 85 calories 8 oz = 110 calories (juice) Concentrated source of many vitamins and minerals. Made up of 70% chlorophyll, which can detox and aid digestion. Superfood source of vitamin K, A, C, B2, B6, E, manganese, folate, magnesium, iron, copper, calcium, and potassium. Even provides some protein! Plentiful antioxidants, cancer-fighting phytochemicals, brain-boosting nutrients, and compounds that prevent bacteria from adhering to bladder walls to help Source of antioxidants and fiber. prevent UTIS. Dates Сосoа Hemp seeds Chia seeds 1 date = 20 calories 1 tbsp = 12 calories 1 tbsp = 40 calories 1 oz = 138 calories Provides ample glucose for sustainable energy before a workout. Excellent source of alpha-linolenic acid, an omega-3 fatty acid that is believed to stimulate the satiety hormone leptin. Rich with flavonoids that can Contains all nine essential amino lower blood pressure. Provides antioxidants and naturally acids, making it a quality protein. Provides omega-3 and -6 fatty acids. boosts mood. Kefir Coconut water 8 oz = 154 calories 1 cup = 45 calories Kefir provides plenty of probiotics, calcium, and phosphorus. Easier to digest than most dairy. Provides potassium and magnesium, aids in muscle recovery, and optimizes hydration. AAA STATE OF PLAY®

26 Powerful Ingredients to Supplement Your Smoothies

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The more colorful your diet is, the more rich in nutrients it is! The pigments that give fruits and vegetables their color also provide cancer-fighting and health-boosting compounds. A healthy and con...


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