Superfood drinks contain ingredients that provide an exceptional amount of nutrition per serving and make for a nutritional foundation on which a life full of health and wellness can flourish.
The right combinations include the perfect amount of carbohydrates, fats and proteins; large amounts of vitamins, minerals, phytochemicals and enzymes; loads of age-defying antioxidants; and cleansing fibre.
Like the green drink diet, superfood drinks offer dieters the chance to add something to a diet rather than take anything away. So, whip out your blender and give your body a boost with juices, smoothies and drinks enriched with superfoods. Here are five fabulous smoothies. Your ticket to wellness.
Recipe and image from Superfood Juices, Smoothies and Drinks by Jason Manheim (Murdoch Books) $24.99. Buy the book here.
Makes three 455-ml servings
4 pitted dates
1–2 cups raw milk (or almond milk)
¼ cup soaked almonds
2 tbsp. cacao nibs
½ cup packed mint leaves
½ small avocado
2 cups coconut ice
Chocolate and mint together provide a tasty treat that never fails to satisfy. Reminiscent of biscuit and sweet standards, Chocolate Mint pays homage to some nostalgic favourites. With this creamy drink, you can enjoy the combination guilt-free with the added bonus that it is actually good for you!
Skin all soaked almonds before placing them and the rest of the ingredients in a blender to blend to a chunky minty goodness.
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