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Spirulina Power Smoothie

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spirulina-smoothie

Spirulina is one of the super foods. It is packed with antioxidants and full of helpful vitamins. Spirulina is a true healthy and beneficial nutrient. But like many things that are healthy it doesn’t taste so great. The good news is smoothies are the perfect vehicle for helping you get healthy foods while giving you a great taste too. Try this power green smoothie with Spirulina, and see if you don’t feel better and get a great tasting smoothie to boot!

Spirulina Power Smoothie

Rating: 51

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Blend Time: 2 minutes

Total Time: 12 minutes

Yield: 1

Serving Size: 14 ounces

Calories per serving: 258

Fat per serving: 3.9g

Spirulina Power Smoothie

Smoothie Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup mixed berries (frozen)
  • 1/4 cup orange juices
  • 1 cup plain low-fat yogurt
  • 1 tbsp Spirulina powder

Instructions

  1. Place the berries, orange juice, plain yogurt and Spirulina powder in your blender and blend for a minute or until green and smooth. If you feel it still needs a bit of sweet try adding a 2 teaspoons of honey.
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    • Jacob
    • September 30, 2011
    Reply

    Using coconut milk is pretty good too

    • Abbie
    • September 30, 2011
    Reply

    Well this looks disgusting really, but is really tasty! It was hard when a friend of mine asked me to try this but i have no regrets!

    • AD
    • July 15, 2012
    Reply

    Using citrus fruits as a blender makes the nutrient in Spirulina to not be absorbed as well as it should/would/could

    • N
    • August 3, 2012
    Reply

    Mine does not look that light of Green it looks darker then Forest Green… or Scum but it taste’s Delish

    • Scott Walker
    • August 6, 2012
    Reply

    It is considered a complete protein, as it contains an ideal balance of all essential amino acids, and spirulina powder is immensely more digestible than other rich protein sources like red meat and even soy. Its whopping protein content isn’t the only asset that gives spirulina superfood status–it is loaded with vitamins A through E, iron, potassium and calcium.

    • Rick Lewis
    • August 25, 2012
    Reply

    Spirulina is actually rich source of cobalamin or vitamin B12 that can help improves memory and prevents anemia.It has gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), which is considered as a very important fatty acid, cholesterol reducing, and preventing high blood pressure and heart disease.As well as, it help in boosting immune system that is a great help to combat cancer cells.Eating the right food and proper exercise gives the right impact that your looking for.

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