Spinach! A superfood that has been linked to strength and healthiness for AGES. Thanks, Popeye! Spinach does far more for you than just make you stronger; it is so jam-packed with iron that it is almost a necessity if you are trying to live a meat-free lifestyle. Spinach is full of Vitamin C and K, meaning it’s a very versatile vegetable. Unfortunately, spinach loses so much of its bulk when you cook it. If you’ve ever tried to cook spinach, you’ll notice that a full bag seems to leave you with just a few tiny spoonfuls. Luckily, by adding it to your smoothie, you don’t lose all that water weight. Spinach is great for keeping you hydrated throughout the day.
Spirulina is one of the best additions to your morning smoothie. It is so very nutrition dense that you really only need a small spoonful in your smoothie to get a world of benefits. Buying Spiralina premade is the way to go; you could make it yourself, but the process is expensive and time-consuming. Be prepared, a spoonful of Spirulina can make your smoothie like unnaturally green, but it’s so great for you. Spirulina is a great way of preventing cancer and improving organ health. If you are anemic and struggling to get enough iron intake, this is the way to go.
1 Beet Powder
Beet powder is excellent. I love how much vibrancy it gives your smoothie. Beet powder is not only great for your health; it’s also fantastic for your exercise regime. Beet powder improves endurance and stamina, meaning you can work out for longer, especially at high intensities. Not only that, but beet powder also helps to rescue recovery time. Beet powder in your favorite smoothie for breakfast can help you recover from the previous day and prepare you for the day ahead. There is also a fair bit of evidence that suggests beet powder can improve brain health and brain function.