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Smoothie Ingredients

In our busy, modern lives, it can be difficult for many people to consume their five or more servings of fruit and vegetables in a day. One of the easiest – and most popular - ways to get around this is to have them all at once, in the form of smoothies. Have a look at our range of carefully selected products to help supercharge your smoothie below.
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Smoothie Ingredients Info

The simplest way to make a smoothie is to chop up fruit, put it into a base of a water, dairy or nut milk, add some nuts, seeds, oats, or leafy green vegetables, and blend. However, there are many other things you can add to take your smoothie to the next level, often enhancing the flavour in the process. These range from exotic fruits, superfoods and powders, various herbs, protein powders and more.

Fermented foods can add a probiotic boost. Green powders may add nutritional value, particularly where green vegetables are out of season or hard to source. Essential fatty acids such as flaxseed or fish oils can add critical macronutrients lacking in many modern diets.

Take your pick and start your day in a delicious way.

Product Reviews

  • Just OK

    I like the idea of pea protein as I try to minimise dairy in my diet and don't want a whey protein powder. Be aware if you haven't tried a pea protein powder before there is a distinct flavour to this protein powder which took a bit of getting used to even with the vanilla flavouring. Probably not so great if you mix your protein powder just with water like me. I resorted to using coconut water to mix with to disguise the taste a little. Other than that, no complaints.

    Paul

    30/11/16

  • Great apart from sweet aftertaste

    I tend to make my protein shakes just straight up with water and found this one had a distinct stevia aftertaste - almost too sweet for me. Mixed with other things it wasn't so noticeable. Otherwise a great protein powder.

    Paul

    30/11/16

  • Good for energy

    Maca is wonderful stuff. I take 1 teaspoon a day and notice a big difference in physical energy levels. I'm not sure how this brand compares with others, but I chose a gelatinised maca because I've had thyroid issues and read that raw maca can affect thyroid functioning.

    Lena

    30/11/16

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