This recipe is from vegan Type 1 diabetes orthopedic surgeon Carrie Diulus.
We are often overwhelmed by polyunsaturated fats from seed oils (e.g. canola, sunflower, rapeseed and soybean). The avocado in this recipe provides monounsaturated fats as a healthy source of energy along with vitamin C and copper.
Protein powder boosts the protein which can be harder to get on a plant-based dietary approach. The greens provide a range of vitamins and minerals to boost the nutrient density of this ketogenic snack.
|Kale, Raw||1||cup, chopped|
|Spinach, Raw||1||cup, cut pieces|
|Dandelion Greens, Raw||1||cup, cut pieces|
|Broccoli Sprouts, Raw||1||oz|
|Arugula, Raw||1||cup, cut pieces|
Place all ingredients in a blender and mix until smooth and consume fresh.
One serving provides 454 calories, 35 g of protein, 24 g of fat and 14 g of net carbs.
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