3 Summer Smoothies To Give Your Body A Boost

Smoothies are great for summer. They are refreshing and hydrating. Perfect for people who are always on the go, as smoothies are really quick to make and very delicious. Never miss a meal, just pack it in your tumbler and take it with you anywhere. What’s also great is that you can choose any combination of fruits you want and even control the sweetness!

Today we give you three smoothie recipes which will perfectly fill and hydrate you on an entire summer day:


Breakfast Smoothie:

• 2 bananas
• 2 cups of coconut water

Lunch Smoothie:

• 1 banana
• 1 large mango
• 1 cups orange juice

Afternoon Smoothie:

• 1 banana
• 1 cup of cherries
• 1 ½ cups of almond milk
• 5 drops of stevia


Each smoothie takes about 5 minutes to make. Serves 2.

Put all the ingredients in a blender.
blend until smooth.
Pour into glasses and serve.

Ideas And Tips:

• The breakfast smoothie is rich in dietary fiber, hydrating and filling.

• When choosing bananas for the smoothie, pick the ones with spots. When bananas ripen the starch turns into glucose. It is better than sugar to make the smoothie sweeter.

• The afternoon smoothie contains melatonin, magnesium, and tryptophan which will have a calming effect on one’s brain and body. This helps in getting a better nap or sleep.

• Use frozen fruits to make a ready-chilled smoothie.

3 Summer Smoothies To Give Your Body A Boost
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