Chia Berry Banana Smoothie

Chia Berry Banana Smoothie

Whether you’re looking for a refreshing breakfast sipper or a post-yoga snack, this smoothie has what your mind and body need to keep going strong – fiber, probiotics, veggies, fruit, protein, vitamins and minerals. Just blend these ingredients, pour into your Regular Girl water bottle and be on your way:

2 C water
1 sliced carrot
1 sliced banana
Tip: Bananas can be fickle. Green one day, splotchy-brown the next. Try slicing a few when they’re ripe and storing them in the freezer so they’re ready when you are.
1 C frozen mixed berries
1 tsp chia seeds
1 packet (or scoop) Regular Girl

Voila, that’s all there is to it! Plus, your body will be overjoyed to get all of these nutrients:

Fiber & Probiotics
These two work in tandem to keep your digestive system balanced. The 5 grams of fiber in Regular Girl help keep you feeling fuller for longer and help move food through the digestive system at just the right pace. That means you can say peace out to excess gas or bloating. The fiber also nourishes the 8 billion active probiotics in Regular Girl so they can more efficiently increase the number of good bacteria in your gut*.

Carrots
People usually talk about how carrots are good for your eyes. That’s because one serving has well over 100% of your daily-recommended value of Vitamin A. But Vitamin A does so much more. It also helps your heart, lungs and kidneys work like they should.

Bananas
Packed with potassium, bananas are notorious for helping prevent muscle cramps. But bananas also have lots of Vitamin B-6, which helps your body break down protein.

Chia Seeds
It’s surprising how much good stuff is packed into these tiny seeds – magnesium, iron, calcium, protein and fiber. They help your body do a variety of things, from strengthening bones to regulating blood sugar levels to providing your muscles with oxygen.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

 

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