What’s in our Smoothies?
We build our smoothies with organic vanilla yogurt, or if you prefer almond milk, coconut water, or all spring water. We add your liquid of choice, banana and the best part – fruit combinations of your choice. That’s it! No added sugar, preservatives or confusing ingredients. Naturally sweet and satisfying. Let us know any dietary or allergy concerns – we’d be happy to customize your smoothie to your liking.
Sweet Ginger: fresh ginger root, banana, pineapple, kale, spring water
Seeing Green: spinach, mango, banana, date, spring water
Chocolate Mudslide: pineapple, banana, chocolate almond milk
Green Goddess: kale, mango, banana, yogurt*
Green Gojiccino: Gojiccino, banana, kale, almond milk, cinnamon
Berry Green: spinach, raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, banana, yogurt*
Blue Monkey: blueberries, banana, yogurt*
Strawberry Nana: strawberries, banana, yogurt*
Pineapple Express: pineapple, banana, yogurt*
Tango With Mango: mango, strawberries, banana, yogurt*
Breakfast Smoothie: banana, vanilla-almond granola with your choice of fruit (mango, pineapple, strawberry, blueberry, mixed berries), yogurt*.
*Dairy can be substituted for non-dairy options (vanilla unsweetened almond milk, chocolate almond milk, coconut water, spring water)
Yumberry : It is the only known antioxidant that can cross the blood-brain barrier and safely provide direct protection for the brain andnervous system. Reduce your blood pressure and protect your heart health. Lower bad (LDL) cholesterol. Protect your eyesight and reduce your risk of cataracts. Strengthen your cell membranes. Fight inflammation and associated diseases such as arthritis. Help slow the degeneration of collagen, thus supporting the natural structure of the skin and slowing premature aging.
Sacha Inchi (Incan Peanut) : Among the best plant sources for omega-3, omega-6, and omega-9 essential fatty acids. In addition, Sacha Inchi is high in protein, iodine and antioxidant vitamins A and E. It is also full of essential and non-essential amino acids, and has only 6% saturated fatty acids compared to its 93% unsaturated fatty acids. A healthy intake of omega fatty acids supports the body in many ways. With an average of 48% omega-3s, Sacha Inchi is very helpful in vegetarian diets as a plant source of these important nutrients. Sacha Inchi can assist the body’s formation of nerve tissues, eye tissues, and cell membranes. It may also help maintain healthy cholesterol levels and help regulate blood pressure and the immune system. Sacha Inchi may help promote normal blood sugar levels and provide support in maintaining mental acuity and healthy brain tissues.
Kale Powder : Kale is a very good source of Vitamin K, as well as Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin B6, calcium, potassium, copper and manganese. This nutritious leafy green also contains dietary fiber, thiamin, riboflavin, folate, iron, magnesium and phosphorus. As is common in cruciferous vegetables, Kale has numerous compounds contained in its curly leaves that may be beneficial to one’s health. One such compound is indole-3-carbinol, which may support colon health, and also sulforaphane, which has been shown to be beneficial for cardiovascular health. Kale also has the 3,3′-Diindolylmethane compound, which research shows may support the health of the pancreas. Studies have also shown that Kale may also be beneficial to the cardiovascular system as well as the bladder.
Spirulina : Spirulina is a type of blue-green algae that grows in both salt and fresh water. It may be one of the most nutrient-dense foods on earth. Phycocyanin is the main active compound in spirulina. It has powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Studies indicate that spirulina can lower triglycerides and “bad” LDL cholesterol and may simultaneously raise “good” HDL cholesterol. Spirulina may provide multiple exercise benefits, including enhanced endurance and increased muscle strength. Some evidence suggests that spirulina may benefit people with type 2 diabetes, significantly reducing fasting blood sugar levels. One study suggests that spirulina can reduce anemia in older adults, though more research is needed. A higher dose of spirulina may lead to lower blood pressure levels, a major risk factor for many diseases.
Other Boosters (based on availability):
- Apple Cider Vinegar
- Beet Powder
- Chia Seeds
- Coconut Palm Sugar
- Flax Seeds
- Oats (Steel Cut or Large Flake)
- Shredded Coconut
- Almond Butter
- Cocoa Powder
- Coconut Oil
- Hemp Seeds
- Hemp Protein (4g protein)
- Sprouted Protein (8g protein)
- Maple Syrup
- Pumpkin Seeds
- Psyllium Husk
- Sunflower Seeds