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Good to see you made it to Chapter 4 of the breakfast guide. Hope you’re enjoying it as much as we are.
Cheers to another healthy and tasty day ahead!
These recipes are not only easy to make but are also time-saving, which in turn reduce your overall stress.
Thanks to this guide, now you don’t have to worry so much about your health which ensures your everyday nutrition.
This is the best way to eat dessert for breakfast (yes, you’re most welcome!). This smoothie even looks Insta-pretty when prepared.
Your 7-Day Plan for Easy Breakfast Smoothies
With the goodness of Omega-3 in flaxseed powder, high-quality protein in protein powder, chromium and vitamin B in Brewer’s yeast, and natural sugar and vitamin C in strawberries and orange.
This strawberry smoothie is the ultimate breakfast with healthy nutrients for your weight loss journey.
And as you already know, all you must do is repeat with us: Mix, Freeze, Blend, and Drink!
Ingredients you will need:
- 1½ cups of frozen strawberries
- 1 cup of orange juice
- 1 tablespoon of protein powder
- 1 tablespoon of flaxseed powder
- 1 tablespoon of brewer’s yeast
Instructions to go about it:
- Chop 1½ cups of frozen strawberries into pieces before adding them to the blender.
- Pour 1 cup of orange juice into the blender.
- Add 1 tablespoon of protein powder.
- Mix 1 tablespoon each of flaxseed powder and brewer’s yeast.
- Close the lid of the blender and blend together the ingredients until they are creamy and smooth.
- Pour the smoothie into a glass.
- Your breakfast strawberry smoothie for weight loss is now ready to be served!
How is this Strawberry Smoothie good for your health?
- Boosts immunity: The orange juice contains ascorbic acid, one of the components in collagen, which repairs cells and is responsible for the growth of fresh tissues.
Vitamin C in strawberries also boosts immunity. Vitamin B9 in orange juice is crucial for the growth of new cells and the creation of DNA.
- Aids in weight loss: Anti-inflammatory foods such as strawberries help restore normal function to weight-reducing hormones.
- Good for the heart: Strawberries not only control cholesterol, but the antioxidants found in them also tend to lower blood pressure. Fiber also helps in controlling type 2 diabetes.
- Prevents cancer: Vitamin C found in oranges and strawberries serves as an antioxidant.
- Detoxifies the body: Oranges support normal kidney function.
- Protects the eyes: Vitamin A enhances vision and prevents the eyes from getting dry and exhausted. Vitamin C in strawberries also strengthens the eye's cornea and retina.
- While you’re using strawberries that are fresh, make sure you wash them and remove the crown (leafy stem at the top) before you add them.
- You may use whole milk to give smoothies extra creamy flavor. Just remember that whole milk adds calories. To maintain a low-calorie component, use almond or soy milk
- Store fresh-ground flaxseeds in the refrigerator or freezer.
- To make smoothies sweeter, you may even add honey.
- Learn here how to make a creamy strawberry kiwi dessert.
- The smoothie tastes best when it’s chilled. Add chunks of ice after the smoothie is prepared.
- In case you are lagging behind on your weekly smoothie regime, quickly have a recap for 'Day 1 banana-almond and Day 2 detox smoothie' here.
- If you’re using frozen strawberries, reduce the added ice to ½ cup as the frozen strawberries will already make the smoothie chilled.
- Smoothies last a day while refrigerated but it is best to prepare it afresh every day.
- For best digestion, enjoy the smoothie on an empty stomach.