Super Breakfast Smoothie
Smoothies are symphonies of nutrients and fiber! You can have smoothies as a meal or a snack, or freeze them in popsicle molds and have them as a healthy desert.
I put healthy fat in my smoothies because my research shows it gives us energy, supports our brain health, and helps us absorb nutrients in fruits and other food more easily.
Chew on a bite of blueberry or cherry right before you have a smoothie, because it will help prepare your body for digestion.
1 tbsp. coconut oil
2 tbsp. cold-pressed hemp or flax seed oil
1 scoop Protein Powder (Garden of Life is a good choice, or freshly ground, sprouted hemp seeds.)
2 tbsp. raw organic sprouted seed or nut butter
1-2 tsp. coconut probiotics (from refrigerated section of the grocery store)
1 banana with the skin (Clean the banana, cut off the ends, and cut it into chunks before putting it into the blender. The skin has more nutrients in it than the banana and is high in fiber.)
1 cup berries (cherries, strawberries, wild blueberries or berries of choice)
1 1⁄2 cups organic vanilla non-dairy milk (coconut or hemp work well)