8 Healthy Fruit Smoothies for an Easy Breakfast
Wake up and blend up one of these healthy smoothie recipes for a great start to your day.
Strawberries are powerhouses of healthy immune-boosting nutrients. In addition to being low in calories and high in vitamin C and potassium, berries are high in fibre, making them an excellent way to keep you full with this healthy fruit smoothie recipe from breakfast until lunch. Snag the recipe for a Strawberry-Yogurt Smoothie from our recipe collection.
Secret ingredient mango smoothie
This healthy fruit smoothie uses avocado, which provides you with healthy fats and a slew of nutrients that help keep your hair strong, lower cancer risk, and keep blood sugar steady. Get the recipe for Secret Ingredient Mango Smoothie.
Beets in this healthy fruit smoothie produce nitric acid, which helps to increase blood flow throughout your body—including to your brain. MRIs done on older adults showed that after eating a high-nitrate diet (including beet juice), these adults had more blood flow to the white matter of their frontal lobes. Check out our smoothies section for the recipe for Berry-Beet Smoothie.
Juicy “love apples” (aka, tomatoes) as in this healthy fruit smoothie have been linked to preventing heart disease. The jellylike substance surrounding tomato seeds is high in salicylates, which have an anti-clotting effect on the blood. Get the recipe for Tomato Smoothie.
Flaxseeds are packed with fibre and loaded with lignans, which have been shown to slow down tumour growth in women with breast cancer. They also contain magnesium to help control blood sugar and omega-3 fatty acids to lower triglycerides and reduce inflammation. Get the recipe for Berry-Flaxseed Smoothie. Then, top your favourite fruits for a mouthwatering smoothie bowl.
Orange & banana breakfast smoothie
Blueberry-orange yogurt smoothie
Both fresh orange juice and blueberries are high in vitamin C, antioxidants, and fibre. A half-cup of freshly squeezed orange juice provides roughly the same amount of nutrients found in the fresh fruit, but much of the pulp and membranes are strained out of most commercial brands, so you lose out on most of the fibre and flavonoids. Get the recipe for Blueberry-Orange Yogurt Smoothie.