These Anti-Inflammatory Smoothies Do A Body Good

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Rachel Fine, owner of nutrition counseling practice To The Pointe Nutrition, says her go-to anti-inflammatory smoothie is loaded with blueberries and avocados, “because they are high in the ‘good for you’ type of fat which have been shown to reduce inflammatory markers in the blood.” @tothepointenutrition
Karisa Karmali, certified personal trainer, fitness coach, and founder of Self-Love and Fitness, is a fan of this high-fiber green summer smoothie, which she says will leave you feeling full and satisfied. Self-Love And Fitness
“This carrot mango turmeric smoothie is a tasty, creamy, immune-boosting recipe,” says Shelby, a strength and nutrition coach and the founder of the Fit As A Mama Bear platform. “Made with anti-inflammatory ingredients like fresh turmeric, this healthy smoothie makes a delicious breakfast or snack!”Fit As A Mama Bear
"I love this smoothie from BareOrganics,” says Kylene Bogden, registered dietitian and co-founder of FWDfuel. “It contains a healthy balance of protein, healthy fat, gut-friendly fiber, and greens. This smoothie is great for balancing blood sugar, which is essential to keeping inflammation down."Courtesy of BareOrganics
“I love this [strawberry rhubarb] recipe because instead of using almond milk, I use water and whole almonds, which offers vitamin E, fiber, selenium, magnesium, plant sterols, and flavonoids, which fend off inflammation,” says Jessica Gutsue, registered dietitian and founder of Pinch of Healthy blog. Pinch of Healthy
Maggie Michalczyk, registered dietitian nutritionist and founder of Once Upon A Pumpkin blog says her frozen pumpkin smoothie recipe is ideal in that “pumpkin is truly a superfood packed with so many good vitamins and minerals for immunity and more.” Once Upon A Pumpkin
Vegan food blogger and founder of The Simple Sprinkle blog Jacqui Wormington swears by her Berry and PB Smoothie bowl, touting the full serving of berries, which are rich in antioxidants and “offer a boost to your immune system and a guard for your liver and brain.”The Simple Sprinkle
“This Almond Cool Mint Smoothie makes a great breakfast meal replacement,” says Lisa Richards, nutritionist and author of the Candida Diet, of her go-to anti-inflammatory smoothie. “The minty freshness helps awaken your senses and it is a great way to rehydrate your body after a good night’s sleep.”The Candida Diet
“According to research, cocoa contains many phytochemicals, including polyphenols, which are antioxidants with anti-inflammatory properties,” says Lindsay Delk, registered dietitian and founder of Food & Mood blog, of her Mango Chocolate Smoothie with Spinach. Food & Mood

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