Simple Smoothie Recipes That Are As Tasty As They Are Easy To Make

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And they are very easy to make. Get leaner and healthier at the touch of a button with these four simple smoothie recipes.

Red Berries And Chilli Smoothie Recipe

  • Handful of strawberries , provide polyphenols, which help to improve blood sugar control and reduce fat storage
  • Pinch of chilli powder , provides capsaicin, which aids fat loss by increasing body temperature and energy expenditure
  • Handful of frozen raspberries , provide fibre, which helps keep you full and avoid the temptation to snack
  • 100ml natural yogurt , provides filling protein, which helps to minimise muscle wastage when eating for fat loss

Kale And Pear Smoothie Recipe

  • Handful of kale , provides calcium, which plays a key role in regulating body fat levels
  • ½ pear , provides anti-inflammatory flavonoids, which help you recover after a fat-torching gym session
  • 1 scoop of natural yogurt , provides high levels of protein to keep you feeling full throughout the morning
  • Pinch of cinnamon
  • 1tbsp honey , has been found to increase exercise capacity during workouts, allowing you to burn more calories
  • Water, to taste

Chocolate And Coconut Smoothie Recipe

  • 20g 85% cocoa dark chocolate , provides flavonoids, which supply working muscles with oxygen
  • 100g coconut milk , fuels muscle growth because it is calorie-dense, containing 140 cals per 100g
  • 25g scoop whey protein isolate, provides protein to help build and repair muscle tissue
  • 1 pinch cinnamon , improves insulin sensitivity and body composition
  • 1 banana
  • 50g raw oats, soaked in 100g water

Spicy Orange And Green Tea Smoothie Recipe

  • Juice of 1 orange , provides vitamin C, which helps to combat free radicals and improve recovery after training
  • Pinch of chilli powder , provides capsaicin, which helps to suppress appetite
  • 1 scoop of whey protein isolate , which is very filling, helping you avoid the urge to snack
  • 400ml green tea, cold , provides the antioxidant ECGC, which causes an increase in fat oxidisation

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