Mixted berry smoothie
Here is my recipe for a Mixted berry smoothie. The end of summer often means returning to routine, but it also brings the harvest of wild blueberries, a small fruit with many benefits that are great to have in your kitchen. With its bluish-purple color, this berry adds color to many recipes while also having positive effects on our health.
Tips & Tricks for the Best Mixed Berry Smoothies
Something that many people struggle with is making a smoothie like the ones we have at smoothie places! The secret to a successful smoothie is using the right ingredients. The key to a thick and creamy smoothie is frozen bananas! Make sure your bananas are ripe – no green… with lots of brown spots all over! Freeze them in an airtight container – (can be stored in the freezer for weeks and weeks!).
Super Nutritious Mixed Berry Smoothie!
- Rich in vitamins and minerals
- Good source of fiber
- High in antioxidants
Bananas are great for your digestive system! They aid in digestion, stimulate the growth of beneficial bacteria, and contribute to intestinal health due to their high fiber content.
Benefits of Potassium
Regular consumption of bananas reduces the risk of heart attack and hypertension. Additionally, bananas are an excellent source of iron, making them very useful in combating anemia.
Thanks to its fiber content, bananas can reduce cholesterol; it is also an excellent natural remedy for constipation, heartburn, and nausea. Potassium, fiber, vitamin C, and B vitamins are all elements that promote heart health.
This combination is particularly ideal for your menstrual phase.
It has been shown that the vitamin E found in almonds reduces muscle cramps, bananas are loaded with magnesium which reduces menstrual cramps and promotes overall muscle relaxation. High-quality cinnamon, such as true cinnamon or Ceylon cinnamon, has been studied for its powerful effects on stabilizing blood sugar. By adding ground flax seeds, it helps support hormonal balance and block excess estrogen in the body, which may be linked to painful cramps.
Wild blueberries are rich in antioxidants.
They contain important natural compounds that help prevent certain cardiovascular diseases and some cancers. According to some research, these small fruits have anti-inflammatory properties, and adding them to your diet can reduce problems with body mobility and memory.
From a nutritional standpoint, one cup (250 ml) of these natural treasures provides more than 15% of your daily value of fiber. They are also a good source of vitamin C and manganese, contributing to the health of your bones and the well-being of your immune system.
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- 2-3 frozen ripe bananas
- 125-150 g frozen (or fresh) mixed berries (ou pas)
- 250 ml unsweetened plant-based milk (almond or oat)
- 1/2 tbsp almond or peanut butter or other nut butter
- 1/4 tsp cinnamon powder
- In a blender, blend all the ingredients until smooth and homogeneous in texture.
- Serve and enjoy!
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