Or because sometimes its trial and error to get the right combinations you can do what I do and put a phytobiotic rich blend of fruits and vegetables in a super food product in it for additional nutrients. Each scoop gives you a serving of 3 fruits and veggies. It’s an anti-stress proprietary blend designed to support a healthy microbiome, improve stress resilience, maintain overall gut integrity and help with production of anti-stress molecules. Some of the ingredients include: Japanese asparagus, spirulina, apple fiber, beet root, carrot, spinach, etc. What I love about it besides it tastes good is that it is gluten free, daily and soy free, non-gmo, vegan, sugar free and no additives, preservative, artificial colors, flavors and sweeteners.
Otherwise test out the suggestions below …
If you go with the ideas below let me know how they turned out! If you want more info on what I use let me know.
Homemade Smoothie Ideas
There are many vegetables that can be used in smoothies, depending on your taste and preference. Some of the most common and nutritious ones are:
- Leafy green vegetables such as spinach, kale, chard, and collard greens. These veggies are rich in vitamin K, iron, vitamin C, and calcium, and have a mild taste that can be masked by sweet fruits1. Some examples of smoothies with leafy greens are:
- Avocado is technically a fruit, but it can be used as a vegetable in smoothies. It adds a creamy texture and healthy fats that help you absorb more nutrients from the other ingredients. Avocado is high in antioxidants, vitamin C, fibre, vitamin A, potassium, folate, vitamin B6, and riboflavin2. You can use fresh or frozen avocado in smoothies. A delicious smoothie with avocado is the Avocado Mango Smoothie with Spinach2.
- Cauliflower is another vegetable that adds creaminess and fibre to smoothies. It also has anti-inflammatory properties and contains vitamin C, vitamin K, folate, and choline2. You can use fresh or frozen cauliflower in smoothies. You won’t even taste it! A yummy smoothie with cauliflower is the Cherry Chocolate Cauliflower Smoothie2.
- Zucchini is a versatile vegetable that can be used in both sweet and savory smoothies. It has a mild and slightly sweet taste, and provides vitamin C, vitamin A, fibre, potassium, and manganese2. You can use fresh or frozen zucchini in smoothies. A simple smoothie with zucchini is the Banana Zucchini Smoothie2.
- Carrot is a sweet and crunchy vegetable that can add color and flavor to smoothies. It is high in beta-carotene, which converts to vitamin A in the body. It also contains vitamin K, vitamin C, fibre, potassium, and biotin2. You can use fresh or cooked carrot in smoothies. A tasty smoothie with carrot is the Carrot Cake Smoothie2.
- Sweet potato is a starchy vegetable that can make smoothies more filling and satisfying. It has a sweet and earthy taste, and contains vitamin A, vitamin C, fibre, potassium, manganese, and vitamin B62. You can use cooked or raw sweet potato in smoothies. A cozy smoothie with sweet potato is the Sweet Potato Pie Smoothie2.
- Beets are a root vegetable that can add a vibrant color and a subtle earthy flavor to smoothies. They are rich in antioxidants, folate, manganese, potassium, iron, and nitrates2. You can use raw or cooked beets in smoothies. A refreshing smoothie with beets is the Berry Beet Smoothie2.
These are just some of the many vegetables that can be used in smoothies. You can experiment with different combinations and find your favorite ones. Smoothies are a great way to enjoy the benefits of vegetables in a delicious and easy way! 😊
Email me for details on how you can get this prebiotic fiber proprietary fiber blend too at wholesale pricing: email@example.com