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Banana S’mores Superfood Smoothie Recipe

Banana S'mores Superfood Smoothie Recipe, by My Nutrition Advisor
Targets:
11 Health Goals
Contains:
11 Superfoods!
Servings
Ingredients
Tbsp Ancient Chocolate Superfood Mix
Cup
Banana
Cup Walnuts
Medjool Dates (pitted)
Tsp Coconut Oil (Virgin)
Cup Carrots
Cup Ice
Cup Water
Tbsp Dark Chocolate Chips
Cup Pecans (raw)
Optional Ingredients
Scoop Smoothie Protein

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This recipe targets 11 health goals!

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Servings
Ingredients
Tbsp Ancient Chocolate Superfood Mix
Cup
Banana
Cup Walnuts
Medjool Dates (pitted)
Tsp Coconut Oil (Virgin)
Cup Carrots
Cup Ice
Cup Water
Tbsp Dark Chocolate Chips
Cup Pecans (raw)
Optional Ingredients
Scoop Smoothie Protein
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Nutrition Facts

Based on 1 Serving

Servings Size is based on the recipe after any modifications you made.

 

  Calories % of Calories
Total Calories 277  
Calories from Fat 133 48%
Calories from Total Carbs 108 39%
Calories from Net Carbs Help Icon 82 30%
Calories from Protein 36 13%
    % Daily Value*
Total Fat 15 g 23 %
Saturated Fat 5 g 24 %
Cholesterol 0 mg 0 %
Sodium 21 mg 1 %
Total Carbohydrate 27 g 9 %
Dietary Fiber 6 g 25 %
Sugars 16 g
Protein 9 g 16 %
Vitamin A 59 %
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Vitamin C 8 %
Calcium 17 %
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Iron 13 %
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

Why are Superfoods so Super?

Hint: It’s not because of the information found on a nutrition facts panel

Why are Superfoods so Super?

DEFINITION OF SUPERFOODS

While there is not set criteria for what is considered a superfood, it is agreed upon that the term should be limited to only the healthiest foods on the planet. Many superfoods originate from ancient civilization from all over the world where using “food as medicine” has been the norm for thousands of years.

WHY ARE SUPERFOODS SO SUPER?

It’s generally not due to the information you find on a nutrition facts panel. Lets look at Cinnamon as an example. Cinnamon is considered a superfood, yet has a mostly empty nutrition panel. So why is it considered a superfood? It’s because Cinnamon contains various antioxidants that have been linked to help things like inflammation, cardiovascular system, and help regulate blood sugar levels. Many times, a superfood is considered super because of their antioxidant properties.

ABOUT ANTIOXIDANTS

Lets start with a definition of free radicals. Free Radicals are are molecules that your body creates that damages your cells – which create diseases like cancer, heart disease, diabetes, infections, Alzheimer's, etc. They are produced naturally by your body as a natural part of aging. But they are harmful.

Antioxidants protect your body against free radicals. They remove them from your body. There are tens of thousands of different types of antioxidants, and they can serve different benefits. You should eat a variety of foods rich in antioxidants since different antioxidants will serve different benefits.

There are various types of antioxidants and they will be referred to throughout our website. We like to simplify the categorization as follows:

  • Enzymes: Superoxide Dismutase, Glutahione, Catalases
  • Phytochemicals: Catotenoids, Flavonoids, Allyl Sulfides, Polyphenols
  • Vitamins: Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Folic Acid, Beta-Carotene, CoQ10

SUMMARY

In summary, eating healthy is more than just the information found on the nutrition facts panel. There is more to it than just calories, fat, cholesterol, carbs, protein, etc. We always recommend eating a wide variety of different foods, because they have different antioxidants which serve different benefits to your body.

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Additional Information for this Recipe

Blend everything up except the dark chocolate chips and pecans. You add those to the blender after the smoothie has been blended, then you just pulse the blender to keep them chunky. You can pulse to your liking – depending on how crunchy you desire. This is a trick we use to really bring out the flavor of the chocolate and pecans, without adding too many calories to the recipe.

 

This is a great recipe that many people really like. It is pretty nutty and filling. The flavor of banana s’mores is driven by the banana, coconut oil, dates (sweetener), chocolate, pecans, and walnuts.

 

In this recipe – we are using dates as the sweetener. Using sweetened vanilla almond milk will make this recipe taste the best, but you can also use unsweetened to keep the sugar and calorie count lower.

 

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