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Breakfast Smoothies

Peanut Butter Boost

Wholegrain oats, nuts and seeds make this a high fibre smoothie. Fibre helps to keep you full and feeds the useful bacteria in the gut, which do all sorts of jobs from making neurotransmitters to training the immune system. This one is also a source of protein which is good for bones and muscles.

Ingredients

Banana, peanut butter, whole oats groats, organic oat bran, black chia seeds, macadamia nuts, almonds, hazelnuts, sunflower seeds, raisins, cranberries, fat-free frozen yoghurt.

Nutritional values

Typical Values Per 100g – Energy [kcal] – 190, Fat (g) – 2.9, Carbohydrates (g) – 15.3 of which sugars (g) – 6.74, Fibre (g) – 3.85, Protein (g) – 6.72

Purple Dawn

Berries are high in anti-inflammatory antioxidants which neutralise DNA-damaging free radicals in the body. Almonds and oat fibre have been shown to help reduce cholesterol too.

Ingredients

Strawberry, blueberry, raspberry, blackberry, banana, while oats groats, almonds, organic oat bran, hazelnuts, cacao powder, quinoa, apple, lucuma.

Nutritional values

Typical Values Per 100g – Energy [kcal] – 135.5, Fat (g) – 1.86, Carbohydrates (g) – 24.31 of which sugars (g) – 5.49, Fibre (g) – 5.09, Protein (g) – 4.14

Tranquil Green

Matcha contains catachins which are a type of polyphenol that have been shown to have anti-cancer and anti-diabetic properties as well as supporting good liver function. It also has a kick of caffeine which can help memory.

Ingredients

Spinach, banana, mango, avocado, orange, whole oats groats, organic oat bran, hemp seeds, macadamia nuts, pumpkin seeds, medjool dates, matcha green tea, fat-free frozen yoghurt.

Nutritional values

Typical Values Per 100g – Energy [kcal] – 151.56, Fat (g) – 3.29, Carbohydrates (g) – 26.66 of which sugars (g) – 7.44, Fibre (g) – 4.09, Protein (g) – 4.77

Fruit Smoothie Sachets

Strawberry Dream

Lacuma contains carotenoids which are a group of anti-inflammatory antioxidants. It also adds sweetness but with more nutrients and without the drawbacks of sugar. Fruit and camu camu contains vitamin C which is needed for all sorts of functions in the body including making collagen for skin structure.

Ingredients

Strawberry, pineapple, banana, melon, orange, lucuma, organic camu camu.

Nutritional values

Typical Values Per 100g – Energy [kcal] – 50.75, Fat (g) – 0.26, Carbohydrates (g) – 12.83 of which sugars (g) – 7.97, Fibre (g) – 2.00, Protein (g) – 0.74

Mango Bango

Mango is great for vitamin C and potassium. Potassium has been shown to lower blood pressure.

Ingredients

Mango, melon, pineapple, banana, orange, organic baobab, lucuma.

Nutritional values

Typical Values Per 100g – Energy [kcal] – 64.75, Fat (g) – 0.30, Carbohydrates (g) – 16.48 of which sugars (g) – 12.35, Fibre (g) – 1.8, Protein (g) – 0.82

Passion Pulse

High in fibre, this smoothie is great for feeding gut bacteria. Pineapple is a great source of manganese which is involved in metabolising amino acids and is involved in a healthy immune response.

Ingredients

Passion fruit (with seeds), mango, pineapple, apple, medjool dates, organic camu camu.

Nutritional values

Typical Values Per 100g – Energy [kcal] – 83.25, Fat (g) – 0.42, Carbohydrates (g) – 16.64 of which sugars (g) – 11.12, Fibre (g) – 6.2, Protein (g) – 1.06

Berry Blast

Berries are low in calories but really high in micronutrients and beneficial phytochemicals. Purple fruits are very high in the polyphenol anthocyanin, which has potent anti-inflammatory effects.

Ingredients

Strawberry, blueberry, raspberry, blackberry, dark cherry, raw living organic baobab, black chia seeds.

Nutritional values

Typical Values Per 100g – Energy [kcal] – 43.9, Fat (g) – 0.4, Carbohydrates (g) – 10.52 of which sugars (g) – 6.06, Fibre (g) – 3.49, Protein (g) – 0.90

Tropical Trance

Avocado is full of monounsaturated fatty acids which have been shown to be beneficial for heart health. Mango and camu camu are both high in vitamin C which is a powerful antioxidant.

Ingredients

Mango, papaya, avocado, lychee, pineapple, coconut, organic camu camu.

Nutritional values

Typical Values Per 100g – Energy [kcal] – 111, Fat (g) – 5.67, Carbohydrates (g) – 14.16 of which sugars (g) – 8.73, Fibre (g) – 2.44, Protein (g) – 0.90

Acai Kick

Acai is ridiculously high in flavanoids, the phytochemicals found in dark red fruits and the ingredient that gives red wine its purported health benefits!

Ingredients

Strawberry, acai, wild blueberry, mango, apple, lucuma, black chia seeds.

Nutritional values

Typical Values Per 100g – Energy [kcal] – 86, Fat (g) – 2.6, Carbohydrates (g) – 12.3 of which sugars (g) – 8.00, Fibre (g) – 1.61, Protein (g) – 1.4

Vegetable Smoothie Sachets

Green Goddess

A study found that people who ate 30 different plant foods a week had a greater diversity of beneficial gut bacteria than those who ate only 10. This smoothie is a source of fibre that feeds the microbiome and gets you a third of the way there.

Ingredients

Kale, lemongrass, mango, spinach, banana, apple, avocado, aloe vera, lucuma, organic Baobab.

Nutritional values

Typical Values Per 100g – Energy [kcal] – 63, Fat (g) – 0.50, Carbohydrates (g) – 12.0 of which sugars (g) – 9.00, Fibre (g) – 2.1, Protein (g) – 1.0

Carrot Crush

Orange and yellow fruits and vegetables often contain beta-carotene, which is a precursor to vitamin A. Vitamin A plays a role in eye health and night-vision, so carrots (and other foods containing beta-carotene) do help you see in the dark. Beta-carotene is also an antioxidant, as is turmeric, and both are anti-inflammatory.

Ingredients

Carrot, goji berry, mango, orange, ginger, banana, pumpkin, apple, turmeric, coconut, hemp seeds.

Nutritional values

Typical Values Per 100g – Energy [kcal] – 47, Fat (g) – 0.1, Carbohydrates (g) – 9.5 of which sugars (g) – 9.3, Fibre (g) – 2.0, Protein (g) – 0.7

Power Beets

Beetroot has been shown to lower blood pressure and this is greater in raw vs cooked. This is thought to be owing to the naturally occurring nitrates. The nitrates in beetroot are thought to increase energy production in mitochondria, the “power-houses” of cells.

Ingredients

Ginger, beetroot, rhubarb, pineapple, wild blueberry, apple, medjool dates, organic camu camu, black chia seeds.

Nutritional values

Typical Values Per 100g – Energy [kcal] – 44, Fat (g) – 0.1, Carbohydrates (g) – 8.8 of which sugars (g) – 7.8, Fibre (g) – 1.6, Protein (g) – 0.7

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