A Very Berry-Filled And Delicious Smoothie Recipe
Filled With Healthy Berries
Fresh And Ripe Bananas
A Highly Versatile Smoothie Recipe
A very delicious and fruity favorite for those extremely hot days during mid-summer. This nutrient-filled smoothie recipe will be certain to cool down all the young children after soccer practice or even after a day spent outside at the park during those humid days of July. The recipe can be vastly altered with various berries or even different juicy fruits. A person might prefer to add ripened bananas, many like juicy kiwi fruit, some may enjoy wild blueberries, or maybe even fresh peaches for others. The smoothie recipe is very versatile and can be prepared in a fairly short length of time. Feel absolutely free to let the small children or possibly all of the grandchildren help out with creating there very own favorite flavors. The young children will often need some basic adult supervision because the blades inside of the blender will tend to be incredibly sharp. An individual can continusly mix and match the healthy ingredients until they create there very own wonderful masterpiece. The many different options for the recipes ingredients are rather endless and honestly the sky is the limit. Be certain to cool yourself down this summer with a healthy and abundantly flavorful smoothie of your choice.
- Two Cups Cranberry Juice, One-Hudred Percent Juice
- Four Cups Frozen Strawberries, Unsweetened
- Two Cups Frozen Raspberries, Unsweetened
- Two Six Ounce Cartons Blackberry Yogurt
For The Blender
- In a blender, combine only half of the ingredients; cover blender with the top and process until blended smoothly.
- Then pour the smooth mixture into chilled eight ounce glasses. Repeat process again with all of the remaining ingredients. Finally, serve the smoothie immediately and enjoy.
|Serving size: Eight Ounces|
|Calories from Fat||9|
|% Daily Value *|
|Fat 1 g||2%|
|Saturated fat 1 g||5%|
|Carbohydrates 34 g||11%|
|Fiber 3 g||12%|
|Protein 4 g||8%|
|Cholesterol 3 mg||1%|
|Sodium 34 mg||1%|
|* The Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet, so your values may change depending on your calorie needs. The values here may not be 100% accurate because the recipes have not been professionally evaluated nor have they been evaluated by the U.S. FDA.|
Blackberries Versus Raspberries
The fresh blackberries and ripe raspberries in the recipe both naturally contain very abundant levels of healthy antioxidants. In fact, blackberries are presently considered to contain one of the highest ranking antioxidant levels of all other fruits on the market. The red raspberries and wild blackberries both will typically be found growing on a thorny bramble plant out in the wilderness. A thorny raspberry plant can currently be found growing out in the wild on a total of five different continents around the modern world. The prized blackberry is currently harvested all over the world, but the country of Mexico is presently the worlds leading producer of the berry. Both of the berry varieties are widely known for there chemo-preventive effects. These cancer fighting capabilities will normally help prevent lung, esophageal, and even breast cancer types. A blackberry contains many essential vitamins that will typically include a high abundance of vitamin C, vitamin A, vitamin E, vitamin K, vitamin B-one, vitamin B-three, vitamin B-six, and even important bioflavonoids. Fresh blackberries rank very highly as a polythenoc rich food and are also abundant in anthocyanin. Both berry varieties are excellent sources of ellagic acid and even gallaic acid. A ripened raspberry contains many vital vitamins that will include vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin K, and even quercetin. In general, the blackberry delivers many outstanding and very important minerals to the human body. The common minerals found in harvested blackberries will contain thiamine, dietary fiber, folate, calcium, potassium, phosphorus, zinc, riboflavin, niacin, iron, magnesium, ascorbic acids, and even amino acids. Blackberries also will contain alpha-tacopherol, phenolic acids, authocyanosides, phylloquinone, flavonols, and flavonoids. Several of the key minerals found in tasty raspberries will include biotin, phytonutrients, dietary fiber, pantothenic acids, manganese, cooper, omega-three fatty acids, and even rheosmin. A juicy blackberry only contains sixty-two calories per serving and also is known to be an excellent fruit choice for pregnant women to consume during there pregnancies to significantly decrease the risk of birth defects in there offspring. Raspberries will naturally decrease obesity risk, greatly increases the bodies enzyme activity, regulates blood sugar levels, shown to have ant-inflammatory properties, prevents heart disease, and even decreases the bodies chances of being diagnosed with circulatory disease. In general, the harvested blackberry will promote healthy skin, aids in digestion, promotes healthy heart functions, boost the bodies immune system, improves cognitive functions, strengthens the bones, enhances the memory section of the human brain, improves vision, improves behavioral functions, aids in weight loss, relieves endothelial dysfunction, improves neuronal functions, and is even capable of warding off many other health conditions. The red raspberries are mighty tasty, but the wild blackberry is known as the official fruit of the state of Alabama. A fresh blackberry is the most widely available and nutrient dense fruit that is currently known to all of mankind.
Very Berry-Liscious Smoothie
Fresh And Ripe Strawberries
Cranberry Juice And Fresh Strawberries
The bitter cranberry was commonly used for many different medicinal purposes and even consumed regularly into the diets of the Native American Indians a number of years ago. Fresh cranberries naturally contain many of the important vitamins that the human body requires for good health. A juicy cranberry delivers vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin K, folate, choline, and even high levels of alpha-topcopherol to the human body. Some common minerals of the fresh cranberry will generally include adequate levels of magnesium, calcium, copper, phosphorus, and even potassium. The fruit juice that is made from juicy cranberries is widely known to relieve urinary tract infections, prevents stomach disorders, great for respiratory disorders, aids in digestion, significantly helps to prevent heart disease, cures the kidney stones, has many anti-cancer properties, prevents gum disease caused by dental plaque, aids in weight loss, typically prevents diabetes, boost the bodies immune system, and will generally prevent tooth decay. On average, the fresh strawberry is commonly said to be the most popular fruit in the entire world. A bright red strawberry is currently ranked in the top fifty bracket for being one of the best antioxidant dense foods presently known to mankind. Other common vitamins found in juicy strawberries will include the crucial vitamin C, vitamin B-six, omega-three fatty acids, and good levels of amino acids. The fresh strawberry also contains several phytonutrients that deliver anthocyanins, terpenoids, ellagitannins, phenolic acids, and flavonals to the human body. Many of the basic minerals that are found in tasty strawberries will always include the high levels of manganese, iodine, potassium, mangenesium, phosphorus, biotin, dietary fiber, copper, and significant levels of folate. The natural abundance of medicinal benefits originating from fresh strawberry consumption typically will include anti-inflammatory benefits that help to greatly improve rheumatoid arthritis inflammation, tremendously helps with bowel movement issues, decreases the risk of type two diabetes, improves the common symptoms associated with crohn's disease, generally improves cognitive functions, is highly known to improve ulcerative colitis, and naturally improves eye diseases. In fact, a fresh strawberry has even been scientifically proven to carry many anti-cancer properties and benefits. A few types of different cancers that a juicy strawberry is capable of fighting off will generally include esophageal, breast, cervical, and even colon cancer.