10 Trendy Fruit Flavor and Green Breakfast Smoothies

10 Best Breakfast Weight Loss Smoothies

By Negin Daneshfar

My 15, 2016


Trendy Top 10 Best Breakfast Smoothies


When going grocery shopping set new goals for a healthy diet plan and stay in aisles that include natural remedies to light fruit blends and all-combined green veggie smoothies for breakfast.


Make it yourself with a simple blender and throw in leftover greens from last night’s dinner salad to start fresh in the morning or on the run. Drink regularly to provide an alternative crave to leafy greens that keep our bodies moving.


The five most common resolutions are losing weight, getting organized, spending less and saving more, enjoying life to the fullest, and staying fit and healthy. Thirty-eight percent base resolutions on losing weight, according to the University of Scranton’s report.


According to New York Times Bestseller, 10-Day Green Smoothie Cleanse by JJ Smith, toxins overload the body causing it to loss energy and burn off fat as well as high doses of calories. Energy can be used to burn fat once these toxins are depleted. Each day, it’s recommended to drink up to 60 ounces of green smoothies per day to get rid of excess fat cells in the body.


Hot Tip: Eat about 15 grams of protein and 30 grams of carbohydrates to keep off excess sugar which can lead to fat.


It is vital to eat healthy snacks about every three to four hours and eat regular meals, including breakfast to provide energy to the brain and to help prevent overeating. To stay in shape exercise lower’s stress levels and bad eating habits. It is highly recommended to exercise at least 30 minutes every 2 to 3 days of the week. Regular exercise builds muscle while reducing the excess fat we crave.


Nutritional planning on how to maintain a healthy diet and lose weight include replacing a large meal with healthy snacks, such as raw nuts and yogurt. Below are 10 trendy breakfast smoothies that contain high nutrients and antioxidants for high energy. Extra advice on how to maintain weight may include eating less high sugars and fats, which tend to lower energy and drinking more water and fluids.


Fluids prevent overeating and keep the body hydrated making us less hungry. For example, Gatorade as well as emergen-Z contains plenty of electrolytes, which include essential minerals and ions that energize the body during long workouts. Avoid trans fat, sugar and eat more rich foods.


Being on a diet of fewer than 800 calories a day for a long time may lead to serious heart problems, according to National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases.


The worst mistake is a lack of meal structure. Not consuming the nutrients needed causes less energy and a craving for high fats and high sugar to rebut the body. Replacing a meal with protein bars or snacks, such as breakfast smoothies are a great tool for losing weight.


Green smoothies have the nutrition of leafy greens and herbal medicines that contain high antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, healthy carbohydrates, fiber and low fat whole food needed to help you lose weight quickly, safely and effectively without fasting, but through detoxification. Cleanse the body while reducing the cravings of bad foods with these 10 best smoothies below which provide a nutritional guideline to lose weight fast by simply using a blender at home.

A positive attitude with nutrient-extract powering of the NutriBullet can spark your metabolism and satiate your hunger thanks to the amazing power of these whole foods. These smoothies, or what we call Blasts when they’re made with the nutrient-extracting power of the NutriBullet, pack a nutritional punch that you’ll love. Pick a few and rotate off on favorites.

NutriBullet Drinks:

  1. Scrumptious Vanilla Shake Blast

Dessert for breakfast? Sign me up! This smoothie is packed with all-natural protein, which not only helps you feel full longer, but has been shown to aid in weight loss – helping you keep off those unwanted pounds!

  1. Chocolate-Covered Strawberry Blast

Love is in the air – and so are antioxidants! Tons of flavor and antioxidant-rich cacao will fuel your body the minute you get out bed, for a surprisingly tasty start to your morning.



3) A common chocolate protein shake known as SlimFast makes a great breakfast smoothie after a long workout in replacement of a large meal it can set a new standard in today’s world of low nutrition and high stress. It includes (4g) dietary fiber, which helps prevent weight gain and keep it off. Fiber is a natural ingredient that supports the digestive system and filters excess wastes out the immune system, replacing it with antioxidants and natural minerals. These nutrients include vitamins essential to your health, protein, and potassium with calcium, iron.


Directions for Shake Mix with added fruit:

1 and a ½ SlimFast powder

Add 2 cups of fat free milk

OPTIONAL: Add 1 cup of frozen strawberries

OR Add 1 cup of frozen berries

½ cup of banana if wanted.


4) This is my favorite

Mango Berry Flave:

3 cups of mango orange juice

1/2 cup of frozen berries

½ cup of frozen strawberries

½ cup of frozen cranberries

Throw in lemon juice (about 1/3rd cup)

– Lemons have a good dose of antioxidants and Vitamin C also.

OPTIONAL: Add a slice of mango on the side.


5) Green Tang Smoothie: kiwi, spinach and avocado Kiwi includes Vitamin C and is good for skincare and the immune system and potassium for sodium balance with contents of the enzyme actinidain, which helps with the digestions of protein, according to Best Green Drinks Ever by Kathrine Van Wyk.

1 and ½ of coconut water (which hold the electrolytes rich in minerals)

1 cup spinach – (include Vitamin A,C, E, K. High in omega-3s, calcium and magnesium.

2 kiwis, peeled

½ avocado, peeled.

OPTIONAL: 1 cup of orange juice


6) Ginger Orange Green Smoothie Boost:

Ginger contains immune-boosting properties. Ginger is known for its anti-flammatory properties and is a great digestive aid, while the probiotics add healthy bacteria to the stomach.

1 cup of water

½ cup of spinach

½ cup of orange juice

And fresh ginger

OPTIONAL: banana can leave it with a tasty flavor.

Add all ingredients to the blender without ice. Add about 10 ice cubes after blending to enjoy!


7) Just Green Smoothie: Leftover salads make a start to a healthy diet and provide an alternative crave to greens that keep our bodies moving. Nutrient rich and whole food recipes are below:


1 cup of spinach

½ cup of parsley

½ cup of kale can add the ruffled mint leafs to the drink with Vitamin A, C and K.

½ cup of lettuce- that contains essential amino acids and levels of vitamin C, K and A.

OPTIONAL: 1 cup of berries or strawberries even to make a fruity drink.

OPTIONAL: Mustard green adds some spice (affective in lowering cholesterol, with a healthy dosage of niacin, riboflavin, magnesium and iron).

½ of coconut water

OPTIONAL: 1 cup of ice


Or go with

8) Sweet Spinach Smoothie
6 ounces plain nonfat Greek yogurt
2 cups spinach leaves, packed
1 ripe pear, peeled, cored, and chopped
15 green or red grapes
2 tablespoons chopped avocado
1 to 2 tablespoons freshly squeezed lime juice

Nutrition facts per smoothie: 316 calories, 21g protein, 52g carbohydrate, 6g fat (0.9g saturated), 9g fiber, 115mg sodium

PB&J Smoothie
4 ounces plain nonfat Greek yogurt
2 cups chopped fresh or frozen strawberries
1 frozen banana, chopped
2 teaspoons smooth peanut butter
1/2 cup ice

Nutrition facts per smoothie: 327 calories, 18g protein, 55g carbohydrate, 7g fat (1.4g saturated), 9g fiber, 94mg sodium

Tropical Morning Smoothie
6 ounces plain nonfat Greek yogurt
1/2 cup fresh or frozen mango chunks
1/2 cup fresh pineapple chunks
1 frozen banana, chopped
2 tablespoons ground flaxseed

Nutrition facts per smoothie: 368 calories, 22g protein, 60g carbohydrate, 7g fat (0.9g saturated), 9g fiber, 68mg sodium


9) Mexican Chocolate Banana Smoothie:

1 cup chocolate soy milk

½ cup silken tofu

1 cup shelled almonds, not skinned

½ cup chopped dark chocolate

2 tablespoons flaxseed oil

½ teaspoon ground cinnamon

2 cups frozen banana slices.

2 tablespoons grated chocolate for garnish (optional)

OPTIONAL: 1 scoop of protein powder.

(Reference: “Super Smoothies 100 Recipes to supercharge your immune system,” by Ellen Brown with Karen Konopelski.)


10) Sesame papaya smoothie:

This next one, includes sesame seeds that contain a good source of Copper, which utilizes iron and protein fibers. It includes vitamin C-rich papaya in the smoothie.


1 cup chilled papaya nectar

½ cup silken tofu

1/3 cup tahini

2 tablespoons bee pollen

2 cups frozen diced papaya

4 papaya spears for garnish (optional)


Add even some papaya on the glass with a straw and mix for 20 seconds!


(Reference: “Super Smoothies, 100 Recipes to supercharge your immune system,” by Ellen Brown with Karen Konopelski.)


11) Carrot pineapple smoothie:

¾ cup chopped fresh pineapple

½ cup ice

1/3 cup fresh orange juice

¼ cup chopped carrot

½ banana

One medium carrot provides Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin K, and includes even a little carrot cake. Enjoy a sweet flavor with these directions:


12)  Beet it juice:

Beets have soothing ingredients that hydrate you and reduce nausea and headache, and also includes fiber-rich ingredients with detoxifying greens to give a higher metabolism. Beets have high antioxidants and can pose as a wellness to the liver and heart. The purple pigment in beets is called betacyanin which helps increase the level of detoxifying enzymes in the body. This makes beet juice a great hangover blast and booster in the morning.

2 beets

1 lemon

1 and ½ inch slice fresh ginger

1 carrot

1 cup or 3 leaves kale (with stems)

OPTIONAL: (1/2 a cup of broccolis or a variety of brussels, sprouts, cabbage cauliflower, asparagus, red peppers or sweet potatoes.

Drink about one-third every three to four hours a day


According to, “Simple Green Smoothies” by Jen Hansard and Jadah Sellner, a green smoothie keeps up to 48 hours in the fridge. Just shake your smoothie well before drinking and add a small amount of lemon juice to your blender. You can store up to 6  months, 1 month preferred.


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