Gut Healing Smoothie

If you’re on a journey to promote good gut health, this creamy nutrient-dense gut-healing smoothie is the perfect way to start your day.

Kefir* is a great source of beneficial bacteria for your gut. Here, kefir shares the spotlight with phytonutrients and fibre. In this delicious creamy breakfast smoothie, you get all your need for a good gut start: probiotics, phytonutrients, prebiotics, minerals, and vitamins.

Ingredients (Per person)

  • A handful of raw almonds (30 grams)
  • A handful of raw cashews (30 grams)
  • 1 cup of dairy home-made organic kefir*
  • 1 handful of mixed frozen or fresh berries of your choice
  • 30 gram of rolled oats
  • A handful of crushed ice or ice cubes – if you like your smoothie extra thick

Method:

  • Combine in a high-speed blender until thick and mousse-like or the consistency of soft-serve ice cream.

Note:

If your blender is not capable of very high speed, blend the nuts first before adding the other ingredients.
The recipe can be modified to suit what you have on hand – and what variations you prefer. As long as it has kefir, phytochemicals and fibre, you are good to go.

* For more information about making your own kefir at home, reach out! Kefir is a superfood that is worst having on hand. 
Note: contains nuts, avenin (a form of gluten usually well tolerated if you are not Coeliac) and a small amount of lactose (kefir has been shown to be tolerated by some lactose-intolerant people – always starts slowly and under supervision)
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