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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

  • Great for baking

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    Make sure you use this product as intended! It's great for baking with, which is what I was looking for. I use it as a milk powder substitute in my wholemeal bread and it has improved my breads tremendously! I hope you continue to stock this product as it's awesome!

    Claire

    15/05/18

  • BERRY DELICIOUS

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    I really enjoy a berry smoothie which I make by adding this product to some frozen blueberries and / or raspberries if I have some on hand plus some frozen banana slices (great way to save ripe bananas) and some soy milk (or can use any type of milk). All whizzed up in the blender it makes a great lunch or breakfast drink and as mentioned it is a great way to camouflage the greens for the younger members of the family.

    DEBS

    7/05/18

  • Good product but not sure about quality recently

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    I have been taking RED8 soy vanilla protein powder for about 10 years - to help with building neurotransmitters for depression. Basically helps lift my mood, (especially when followed by a serving of potatoes for some reason!). This is my favourite flavour, and I use soy because it's slow-releasing unlike whey, and meant to be GE free, and only uses stevia as a natural sweetener which doesn't cause blood sugar fluctuation. It's smooth as long as you mix it in one direction into water, not water into it. I have to agree with a previous reviewer - RED8 used to feel like a high-integrity, high-quality product and company, but after finding fault with the product one day I found out that it was bought out by Thompsons. I agree that the product has changed for the worse, as well as the customer service. It's still a very good product, but I think as a long-term customer it's definitely not as great now. If I saw a smaller company with a good product and greater integrity I would probably be prepared to switch.

    lightawake

    2/05/18

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