Healthy Vegan Smoothie Recipe

Healthy Vegan Smoothie Recipe

1 year ago

We are into vegan, as much as we can, for obvious reasons such as our own health and not supporting animal cruelty linked to so many meat and dairy products.

It’s pretty challenging, coming from a long line of meat lovers, and actually, being a meat lover myself. I don’t dislike the taste, but it’s hard to find grass fed, organic meat with certainty of no mistreatment in Japan where the labeling laws are not as strict as they are in Switzerland or other countries.

Hence, I try to avoid dairy where ever I can which is why I started making smoothies made with rice milk or nutty milks. It’s an easy step to take, and here is how we made this pink one:

in a blender, mix two handfuls of fresh strawberries (get organic frozen ones), one banana and 500ml of organic rice milk

The health benefits of strawberries are marvelous!

  • Vitamin C boost
  • promote eye sight
  • help fight cancer
  • keep wrinkles away
  • fights cholesterol
  • reduces inflammation
  • regulate blood pressure
  • boost fibres

Together with banana which shares some of the same health benefits as well as these:

  • increases energy
  • helps digestion
  • improves skin conditions
  • reduces stress
  • cures hangover

Served with a handful of Sahale snacks and you are ready to go! Support the community.

Eat less from a box and more from the earth.

 

healthy vegan smoothie recipe : lifestyle guide to modern parenting, conscious consumption, city life and travels by Abi, founder and content creator of Abi’s Journal, speaker and workshop curator and freelance creative. Follow on @abisjournal and subscribe to get the latest articles delivered to you once a month.

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Abigail Terrien
abi@abiloves.com

Abigail Terrien, Swiss English born, she calls the world her home. Her experience in fashion and lifestyle inspire her media and event production. With a natural passion for wellbeing, Abi loves to promote the people, products and places that inspire to her friends and community.

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