Luckily, there are tons of banana alternatives, and we have incorporated many of them here. Mangoes for example, make for a thick and creamy smoothie. They’re also are rich in vitamins A, C, fiber, folate and potassium. Apples are another great substitute. Not only do they provide smoothies with the sweetness of bananas, but the fiber content adds a wonderful thickness and helps to satiate cravings. Avocados and chia seeds, two superfoods, give smoothies a milkshake-like consistency and…
A cup of cooked pumpkin contains more than 200% of your RDA of vitamin A, which aids vision, particularly in dim light as well as helps support cell reproduction, bone health, immune function & healing. It has more of the refueling nutrient potassium, than a banana. Pumpkin puree provides vitamin C, that supports tissue repair & immunity, & vitamin E, which fights disease-causing free radicals. The iron in pumpkin is more readily absorbed due to the Vitamin C also included in it. #SWaGKing
The B-vitamins in bananas, like folate and vitamin B6, are key to the production of serotonin, which can help improve your mood and reduce anxiety. For an extra stress-busting boost, top bananas with almond, peanut, or cashew butter. Because nuts are rich in magnesium and zinc, they can make it easier for the body to eliminate both physical and emotional stress. - GoodHousekeeping.com
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Crushed it in the gym? Help your body recover with this Post-Workout Recovery Smoothie. Full of anti-inflammatory and vitamin-packed ingredients, this smoothie will help prevent soreness and rebuild your muscles.
Strawberry and Kiwi Smoothie ! A snack or dessert vitamin and 100% FRUIT, Kiwi Strawberry smoothie good !!! It's fresh, sparkling, light and consumes without complex !!! I say with this little smoothie we are pleased even in diet !!!!
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In My Cup 🍵❤️☕️ • • As a mom, ambitious career woman, and health-focused individual, how I start my day determines how I’ll feel by the end of it. A healthy breakfast is super important, plus vitamins and that much needed boost from my morning cup of coffee (with my favorite homemade coconut milk coffee creamer). But if I’m being honest, my vitamin taking success rate lately has been sub 50%, and on the days I don’t take them, I feel winded by early afternoon with a whole lot of doing left…
One of my first blog posts! A banana boost smoothie! Still made regularly and still a great start to your day. The health benefits are numerous. A quick and easy way to get essential vitamins, minerals and vital nutrients.