Nutrition guru Dr Rhonda Patrick runs the wildly popular Found My Fitness blog and podcast and was mentored by nutrition pioneer Dr Bruce Ames. It’s no surprise breakfast juice recipe ranks well in terms of nutrient density.
While smoothies should not replace real food, they can help to boost the nutrients that you’re not getting a lot of. This smoothie will be great if your goal is nutrient density or if you are an athlete. However, higher levels of carbohydrates from the fruit, it may not be so great if you are managing diabetes.
One serving provides 594 calories, 15 g of protein, 32 g of fat and 51 g of net carbs.
|Unsweetened Flax Milk||7||cup (240 mL)|
|Carrots, Raw||2||medium – 6″ to 7″ long|
|Blueberries, Fresh||1||cup, whole pieces|
|Banana||1||medium – 7″ to 7 7/8″ long|
|Apple||1||medium – 3″ diameter|
|Tomato||1||large – 3″ diameter|
|Spinach||3||cup, cut pieces|
|Chard||3||cup, cut pieces|
- nutrient-dense maintenance
- athlete & bulking
- maximum nutrient density
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