5 Smoothie Recipes to Brighten Your Morning

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A diet rich in fruits and veggies helps to lower heart disease and aids with weight maintenance. It’s the nutrients and antioxidants in all kinds of combinations of these colourful foods that make our organs happy, and that bring an extra ounce of beauty to the skin.

Smoothies and juices are especially perfect for summer, since they are deliciously light and fresh. Try these recipes to enjoy at home or to grab on the go, taking sip after sip for a healthy, vibrant, and energetic summer.


Santosha (Contentment)

Santosha (Contentment)

Large quantity juice recipe from Nicola Farrer, founder of Nicola’s Raw Menu

Makes about 40 ounces of juice

4 Fuiji or Gala apples
5 stalks of celery
1 large cucumber (peeled if not organic)
3 lemons (peeled if not organic)
1 head of kale (4 or 5 stalks)
1 head of romaine lettuce

Combine ingredients together with a juicer, and enjoy.

 


Go Green

Go Green Green smoothie recipe from Kim Fuller, writer

1 apple, cut up
1 handful of spinach or kale
Half an avocado
Half a lemon, juiced
1 knuckle of ginger
Coconut water or water
Handful of ice (optional)

Blend until smooth, and enjoy.

 


Pineapple Express

Pineapple Express

Smoothie recipe from Heather Waring, mother and yogi

Ingredients are approximate, so add your own flare/flavour!

1/2 cup of cut pineapple
2 handfuls of kale
1 knuckle of of ginger
Juice of half a lime
1/2 cup of coconut water
Pinch of cayenne pepper
Handful of ice

Blend until smooth, and enjoy.


Bambool Bliss

Bambool Bliss

Smoothie recipe from Craig Woods, Bambool Entrepreneur

Half a banana
2/3 cup of almond or coconut milk
1 cup of mixed berries (raspberries, blueberries, blackberries)
2 cups of strawberries
1 scoop of PlantFusion vanilla protein
1 cup of water

Blend until smooth, and enjoy.

 


Beet-Carrot-Ginger

RobinJuice2Simple favorite juice of Robin Katherine Doney, creative and world traveler

“This photo is from a place in Pai, Thailand—the Om Garden Cafe,” Doney shares. “The juice recipe is simple: beet, carrot and ginger.”

 

 

 

Kim Filler

Kim Fuller

Kim Fuller grew up in the Colorado mountains and has always found beauty and inspiration through nature and movement. She is currently a freelance journalist and yoga teacher based in Vail. Her writing and photo work has focused on health, wellness, recreation, food, and travel since 2007, and Kim began her yoga practice in Boulder, followed by her first teacher training with Real Evolution Yoga at Peace Retreat Costa Rica in November of 2012.

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