Who does not love a good cocktail? They are delicious, packed with nutrients, easy to carry and easy to do. If you are a professional smoothie, you probably already know about how to make sure your smoothies to pack a lot of protein filling and do not overdo the sugar. You might even be in the freezer package prep smoothies as we are. But even smooth (I) Est operator could use a little inspiration from time to time. Here, Lindsey Pine, RD, gives the dish in four delicious add-ons, you might not have tried yet not all of which are now in the trend smoothies – bars in New – York.
A teaspoon of coconut flakes sprinkled on top of your smoothie adds texture and a hint of tropical flavor. Just be sure you buy them unsweetened-some contain artificial sweeteners.
Brightly colored veggies like beets help lower blood pressure and the risk for heart disease. Roast them first for a smoother consistency.
3. Silken Tofu
If you’re dairy-free, tofu is a go-to plant-based protein. For smoothies, silken works best because of its yogurtlike creamy texture.
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Thanks to a type of fiber called beta-glucan, oats lower cholesterol and boost your immune system. Plus, they’ll keep you full all the way to lunch.