Achieve Your New Year’s Goals Using This 1 Item
Sceptical about how you'll maintain your healthy eating regime for the year ahead? Gain the upper hand when it comes to staying on track and knock out your new year’s resolutions with our portable blender. It updates your kitchen to Pinterest level and aesthetically compliments your activewear too. A nutrient-rich smoothie a day may be on your list of new year's resolutions. With bountiful recipes and combinations to choose from, the myriad of choices can put us off altogether. The key to mastering consistency? We'll simplify the smoothie-making process in 5 steps so you can stay health-conscious consistently without having to lose energy on researching new recipes. Check out our smoothie skeleton below:
Frozen Fruit: The base of your smoothie can spark inspiration from your daily fruit craving. To offer you a head start, try these great fruit staples: bananas, strawberries, blueberries, coconuts, peaches and mangoes.
Protein: Experiment with hunger-busting proteins. Options include protein powders (pea, whey, hemp etc), yoghurt, or cottage cheese.
Veggie: Vitamin and mineral-rich veggies add an important handful of antioxidants for overall vibrancy. Sticking to greens like spinach, kale, cucumber, cauliflower, zucchini, carrot- you can't go wrong.
Healthy Fats: There’s plenty to choose from when it comes to adding healthy fats to your smoothie. The following options contribute to a creamier and more filling advantage: nut butter (almond, peanut, hazelnut), seeds (chia, hemp, flaxseed), and avocados. By bringing in heart-protecting omega-3 fatty acids or monounsaturated fats, you’re keeping in your healthy lane.
Superfood: Boosting vitamin and mineral content can help your body ward off diseases, improve chronic ailments, and enhance energy levels. Here are some suggestions worthy of the superfood title: Camu powder (high Vit C content, contributing to collagen formation for the normal structure of skin), Maca (energy booster and hormone balancer), Turmeric (an anti-inflammatory agent), Matcha (boosts energy metabolism to power-up your day), Chlorella (heavy metal detoxifier, high iron content).
A handful of ice also goes a long way when it comes to adding volume to your smoothie! There is something about lingering over a drink that makes it more memorable and satisfying, not to mention allowing you to sip slowly. Adding texture and crunch, like flavourful sprinkles, or cocoa nibs ties up any recipe.
We’ve created a healthy recipe to help you start off the new year with a superfood kick, warding off the afternoon energy crash, whilst satisfying your cravings for all things naughty and nice.
Cookies N Cream Fit Shake
1 Tsp Of Peanut Butter
1 Tsp Of Maca powder
1 Frozen Banana
1 Tbsp Of Cookies And Cream Protein Powder or Vanilla Based Protein Powder 1 Tbsp Of Cocoa Nibs
1 Cup Of Almond Milk (Or Milk Of Your Choice) Large Handful Of Ice
Get back into the swing of things with pure ease.
written by: Corinna Harris