Green Goodness Smoothie Recipe

PHD4PHD1 PHD2 PHD3In recent months my health has somewhat suffered due to a profound increase in stress. I realised that it’s not all about looking good on the outside, I need to do more to promote my overall well-being.

As mentioned in my previous Bikini Ready Body Tips post (found here) I’ve been looking to introduce more green goodness to my diet due to the incredible health benefits. Cellular, immune, Gastrointestinal and liver health are all reported to see a vast improvement from introducing Green powders as well as acting as an appetite suppressant and stabilising blood sugar levels. But  Green Powders really aren’t for the weak stomached as their smell alone is enough to turn you green yourself, however added to the right smoothie and you don’t even notice they’re there. Great for fussy eaters and small children!

So I thought I’d share my current favourite Green Juice Smoothie recipe (serves 2);

You will need

1 x Ripe Banana

3/4 Cup of Frozen Berries (or fresh)

1/2 Cup  of Apple juice

1/2 Cup Water

1 scoop of PhD Nutrition Greens PH-7 (unflavoured)

8-10 Ice cubes


Put it all in a blender and you know the drill!


  1. Sammi 14th July 2014 / 1:21 pm

    Masking the taste is a good idea. Have you seen Super Greens powder from The Protein Works though? They have flavours such as mandarin orange, tropical punch and pomegranate & cranberry. I’ve had the mandarin orange one and I just mix it with water and it tastes like juice, it’s still that dark green colour but it tastes good. 🙂

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