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Good-for-Your-Tummy Smoothie

Good-for-Your-Tummy Smoothie

Smoothies are some of the best foods to help with the stomach problems I have. On top of that, they can be delicious. My hubby, being the loving guy he is, came up with this recipe for the smoothies he regularly makes for me. Let’s look at the benefits of each ingredient. Greek yogurt has probiotics that help promote a healthy gut by increasing the good bacteria that helps digest food. It has other health benefits as well. Aloe vera juice has been reported to aid in digestion and the elimination of constipation. There are some cautions however:  You may want to substitute apple juice for the aloe vera. Green veggies have an abundant amount of antioxidants and less sugar than fruits. They also provide fiber. My hubby buys a big bag of healthy greens at Costco and repackages them in small baggies. Then he freezes them so they are ready to go into the blender. Berries contain antioxidants that decrease inflammation and phytonutrients that help fight disease. During berry season, we use fresh, and also use our Seal-a-Meal and freeze them for the off season. (We’ve learned to freeze the berries first before sealing them.) Blueberries are probably the most nutritious, but we also freeze strawberries and raspberries. Hubby often uses two kinds of berries in the drink. Flax seed has many amazing benefits you can read about them here.


Good-for-Your-Tummy Smoothie

 Ingredients 1 cup frozen greens 16 ounces aloe vera juice (may be      flavored if  desired) 1 cup each two kinds of berries (fresh ​     or frozen) 2 tablespoons ground flax seed 1 1/2 cups Greek yogurt

Directions 1. Blend the greens, juice, and berries until smooth. 2. Add the flax seed and yogurt and blend again. 3. Pour 8 ounces in a glass and enjoy. Refrigerate the remaining for later.

I hope you enjoy this recipe. Let me know if you’ve tried it and how it’s turned out. Good cooking to you, Linda Note: Would you like a printout of this and other recipes? These directions may help: Use your mouse to select only the text you want to copy rather than the entire page. Then press Ctrl+C, open your Word program and press Ctrl+V to paste the semi-formatted text. Print it from there.

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