Greens powder & coconut water

While nutrient-dense meals are ideal, you can use green powders as a time-efficient shortcut to boost your vitamins and minerals.

Coconut water is an excellent source of minerals while the greens powder provides a range of vitamins such as B2, B12 A, C and K.  The greens powder can be bitter, so the coconut water provides some sweetness to balance out the taste.

This recipe won’t be ideal for someone who is keeping an eye on their blood sugars.  However, if you are looking to lose or maintain your weight and boost your micronutrients this could be a useful addition to your diet if it is lacking in these nutrients.  


One 500 calorie serving of this recipe provides 60g of protein, 17g of fat and 6g of net carbs.


The Cronometer screengrab below shows the nutrients provided by 2000 calories of this recipe relative to the Optimal Nutrient Intakes


  • Greens power 
  • Coconut water


  • Mix powder and coconut water and enjoy cold.  


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