June 16

Wellness Wednesday Restorative and Energising Super Smoothie

Wellness Wednesday Restorative and Energising Super Smoothie

This smoothie is a great little energiser as well as restorative hug in a glass. Yesterday I suffered with hay-fever which I grew out of aged 27. I'm now 38 but yesterdays pollen count must have been so high that I was suffering. By the end of the day, I was knackered, so I made this smoothie and it really helped me to get back on my feet and teach a wonderful outdoor yoga class.

Ingredients 150ml of milk or alt. milk 125g of Greek Yoghurt Half an avocado, peeled and stoned 1 Banana, chopped 25g Almonds or Cashews

Method 1. Put milk, yoghurt and avocado in a blender and wazz up. Add the banana and nuts and blend again. 2. Pour into a glass and top with banana slices 3. Enjoy

Let me know if you try it by leaving a comment below.

I love this for breakfast or a pick me up. It really gets your energised again, especially if you are feeling sluggish in the heat.

The protein in the milk, yoghurt and nuts is amazing as building cells and muscles. The avocado has some amazing fats which are great for keeping the cholesterol levels down, they also have huge amounts of vitamins and minerals in then. The banana is great for fibre. So go try out this recipe and feel amazing for yourself.

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Gemma Nice
Jun 17, 2021

Hello, I hope you are well. Ahh no worries, I'm glad you can try this one.

I have a downloadable Nutrition Guide for beginners but I'm unable to put the link on here for you to get it. (links aren't allowed due to core spirit rules) but you can download it via my Instagram profile, just search Yogigemma on there and head to the bio.

Or you can head over to my website, just search EasYoga. Co. Uk and head over to the blog, There you will be able to find links to the nutrition guide.

I hope this helps you xxx

Emma Gardner
Jun 16, 2021

Thank you very much for this wonderful recipe, I will definitely try it. Lately, I have been suffering from constant fatigue and burnout, so the specialist with whom I work advised me to carefully monitor my diet. But I have absolutely no knowledge of proper nutrition. Could you please advise where to start the path of restoring my body? What food and ingredients should I always have in my refrigerator? Maybe there are some obvious basics of healthy eating here that I am not aware of?