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55 Summer Smoothie Recipes

Ah summer! Warm weather, lots of fresh fruits and vegetables, more daylight to get outside and get active… it’s truly the perfect time to enjoy an ice cold smoothie.

Because we’re such big fans of this season, we’ve collected 55 smoothie recipes that call to mind everything good about summer! From in season produce like strawberries, blueberries, watermelon, cherries, rhubarb, lychee, and stone fruits, to fresh herbs like mint and basil, to flavors that help you escape from it all (piña colada! Mojito!), there’s a recipe here for everyone.

Pro Tip: In the warmer months, try chopping and freezing all your ingredients before blending them up to encourage a frostier texture.

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Summer Smoothies

Apple Cherry Lemonade

Try this nutrient-filled smoothie instead of store-bought lemonade at your next BBQ! Thanks to anthocyanins (natural pigments that are also found in blueberries), Cherries are fantastic at lowering inflammation and easing aches and pains. Maqui berry adds a burst of antioxidant power, while tomatillos, rhubarb and apple bring a sweetness and a healthy serving of fiber. A half a lemon rounds everything out with an alkalizing burst of citrus. Low in calories and fat, this sweet treat is the perfect way to indulge without any guilt.

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Mint Green Tea

One of the healthiest drinks out there, green tea contains a large amount of catechins per serving. Catechins are antioxidants that have been studied for the ability to help prevent the damage of cells. Thanks to spinach, pineapple, and an apple, this smoothie also provides more than 100 percent of your daily vitamin C needs per serving. Help your immune system -- and your skin -- positively radiate with this refreshing breakfast.

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Watermelon Cherry

As the unofficial fruit of summer, watermelon makes the perfect blended drink because of its high water content (as well as vitamin A and lycopene). Another summer favorite, cherries contain melatonin -- which helps to normalize sleep / wake patterns -- and have also been shown to reduce soreness. Add an apple for fiber, and maqui berry powder for loads of antioxidants, as well as vitamin C, calcium and iron, and you have the perfect nutritious drink to kick back with on a hot summer afternoon.

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Lemon Peach Rhubarb

Rhubarb and peach are traditional summer pie ingredients, so we decided to combine them into a bright, healthy smoothie. Both rhubarb and apple are high in fiber, ginger is full of anti-inflammatory antioxidants, peaches are bursting with complexion-loving vitamin A, swiss chard has a nice serving of both vitamin K and magnesium, and walnuts around everything out with healthy Omega-3s and vitamin E. Get your summer barbecue dessert fix with this low calorie smoothie, skin-beautifying snack!

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Strawberry Carrot Creamsicle

A sweet Peruvian fruit that is often sold in powdered form, lucuma ranks low on the glycemic scale, which means it's a perfect natural sweetener for people who are trying to watch their sugar intake. Hemp seeds have both omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, as well as the nine essential amino acids our bodies do not produce on their own. Combine these two superfoods with sweet strawberries (vitamin C, folate and potassium), crunchy carrots (beta carotene, fiber and vitamin A), and the natural energy of a banana (fiber and beta-carotene), and you have a fruity, refreshing alternative to ice cream or pie.

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Carrot Berry Boost

Why are strawberries so great in smoothies? In addition to being naturally sweet, they're also a low sugar fruit, which means they can help curb sugar cravings without spiking your blood sugar. A boost of vitamin C and polyphenols (specialized antioxidants) also come with strawberries. Add in some beta-carotene from carrots, more vitamin C from camu camu, and anti-inflammatory power from ginger, and you have a sweet, low sugar start to your morning.

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Pineapple Peach Mint

While acai berry has been touted as a weight-loss superfood, those claims are hard to substantiate. What this South American superfood does do, however, is lower inflammation in the body, which helps keep the gut healthy. Acai is also full of fiber, an essential part of a healthy diet. Pumpkin seeds have antioxidants and magnesium, a mineral that’s beneficial for the digestive tract. The fiber in peach and pear, as well as the additional stomach-easing benefits of mint, means that this smoothie is perfect for restoring harmony to those hardworking organs, and for pushing “restart” on your digestion.

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Blueberry Punch

Here's why blueberries are amazing: They're low in sugar, there are numerous scientific studies showing how helpful they are to brain health, and they make any smoothie taste like a summer's day! Also known as Indian gooseberries, amla berries are native to southeast Asia, and contain phytochemicals (among other nutrients), which are plant compounds that do battle with unhealthy free radicals in the body.

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Cherry Rhubarb Pie

Cherry season is short -- May through July -- so now is the time to eat as many of these healthy fruits as possible! Full of fiber, vitamin C, melatonin and antioxidants, cherries also contain anti-inflammatory compounds that help achy joints and overworked muscles. Maqui berries have more antioxidants than almost any other fruit, and the fiber in oats add depth to this light, refreshing smoothie. Very low in calories but high in fiber and vitamins K and C, rhubarb is a summer smoothie staple that helps keep your mind healthy (vitamin K is especially helpful to the brain) and your stomach satisfied.

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Watermelon Lychee

Originally from China, fresh lychee fruit is only available for a small seasonal window because of its delicate shelf life. What it lacks in toughness it makes up for in Vitamin C, having about 86 percent of our body’s daily requirement in a serving. Lychee is also considered a good natural source of electrolytes. Maqui powder, made from a berry grown in the rainforests of Chile and Argentina, has more antioxidants per serving than most other fruits. Combine these two superfruits with the light, easy taste of both watermelon and pear, and the Omega-3s of chia, and you’ve got a health elixir that goes down deliciously easy.

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Green Coconut Pineapple

Take a trip to a tropical paradise with this smoothie! Vitamin C infused pineapple and creamy coconut milk combine to make a luscious base, while spinach adds a dose of Vitamin K and iron, an apple adds fiber and antioxidants, and chia seeds provide an energizing dose of fiber, protein, and healthy fats. Tackle everything on your To Do list with this light, complexion-loving drink.

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Watermelon Strawberry Lime Cooler

This fresh, light, and hydrating drink embodies the taste of summer. Few foods symbolize summer more than sweet strawberries and hydrating watermelon. Add some tart lime to bring out the flavors and add a bit of tropical zest. (And ward off scurvy, in case you’re concerned about that.) Coconut water adds electrolyte-rich hydration, and baobab powder provides calcium, B vitamins, and more vitamin C than a serving of oranges! Combine the fat-burning potential of high doses of vitamin C (from the strawberries, lime and baobab), with the high fiber and omega-3 fatty acids from flaxseed, and you’ve got a light smoothie that can make a big dent in your daily weight loss journey.

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Kale Mango Glow

Do something good for your skin and blend up this smoothie, packed with a super healthy dose of beta-carotene and vitamin C from mango. Want to know the fruits and vegetables that are super great for your complexion? Produce that's orange in color (carrots, mangoes, sweet potatoes, etc.) have the heftiest servings of skin-loving beta-carotene. 

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Orange Berry Basil

Quite high in vitamins K and A, basil adds a grounding, earthy flavor to smoothies. There's over 35 varieties of basil worldwide, and it has a long history in folk medicine. In addition to being a low sugar fruit high in vitamin C, many people believe strawberries can help naturally whiten teeth. And collard greens are great additions to smoothies because of their unusually high protein content! Drink this smoothie, feel fresh and clean from the inside out!

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Green Berry Revive

First cultivated during the Roman Empire, the shape of the strawberry should be your first clue into one of its main benefits: The increase of good cholesterol. Strawberries also have been linked to lowered blood pressure. Baobab powder is made from a fruit native to Africa that is especially helpful to the complexion, and flaxseed is a natural inflammation fighter. This light smoothie will help you feel your best, no matter what kind of busy day you have ahead.

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Classic Strawberry Rhubarb Pie

Rhubarb, which is actually a vegetable but often used in sweet dishes, is very nutrient-dense, packed with fiber, vitamin C, vitamin A and magnesium. It’s also very low in calories. Strawberries are full of fiber and vitamin C too, as well as a helpful serving of iodine. Add in some lucuma, which is a natural sweetener (with more fiber!), cashews (full of healthy fat and protein), and a banana (potassium, fiber and vitamin A), and you’ve got yourself the perfect way to satisfy those dessert cravings.

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Cherry Bomb

If you’re searching for a sweet, refreshing drink that will have you feeling good all day long, this smoothie has you covered. Cherries have been shown to help reduce inflammation and speed up muscle recovery, and also rank high in magnesium, a nutrient that helps with sleep / wake cycles. One of the most antioxidant-rich foods out there, maqui berry also contains calcium and iron. Mix these superfruits up with hydrating summer squash, tangy tomatillos, and fiber-rich dates, and you have a breakfast home run.

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Coconut Mango

Full of fiber and vitamin A, mangoes add a sweet, tropical flair to smoothies. Unsweetened coconut flakes also add a tropical touch, as well as help make your smoothie thick and creamy. Hemp seeds provide healthy Omega-3s and Omega 6 fatty acids, squash provides more fiber, and baby spinach tops everything off with a dose of vitamins A, C, E and K, iron, copper and manganese.

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Mint Chocolate Chip “Nice” Cream

This drink does it all! First it cools you with the mint, then it adds pep to your step with chlorella and cacao. Your immune system will also get a kick of vitamin C from both the spinach and the orange. To get an ice cream consistency, peel and freeze the banana prior to blending. Want a little extra crunch? Add the cacao nibs after everything is blended and blend for about 10-30 seconds.

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Rambutan Lavender Lemonade

Native to Indonesia and Malaysia, rambutans look like little sea urchins on the outside, and have a white, fleshly fruit inside that has a taste similar to a slightly sour grape. High in vitamin C, copper and iron, rambutan is also rich in phosphorus, which helps the kidney transfer waste out of the body. Lavender has been shown to help with fungal infections, wound healing, and general anxiety -- it’s a potent calming herb. Add in some alkalizing lemon, antioxidant-rich maqui berry and grapes, and hydrating honeydew and zucchini, and you have a smoothie that’s as calming and refreshing as a tropical summer breeze.

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Orange Limeade

With about 5 grams of protein per tablespoon, hemp seeds are a fantastic way to turn any smoothie into a light meal replacement. If you need more magnesium, phosphorus, iron and zinc in your diet, hemp seeds can help with that, too! This sweet/tart smoothie has a healthy dose of fiber thanks to a pear, and even though it tastes sweet, unlike traditional limeade, won't spike your blood sugar.

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Strawberry Refresh

Flaxseed and chia seeds are the perfect smoothie boosters because they contain fiber, protein, and healthy fats - but don't add a lot of unnecessary calories. Strawberries, lime and cucumbers make a refreshing, vitamin C-infused combination, but are also light on calories. Start your morning on an energized, happy note with this sweet treat.

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Chocolate Cherry Turmeric

This smoothie tastes like dessert but has a nice, earthy kick thanks to raw turmeric. One of the most studied foods out there, turmeric has been connected to everything from lowered inflammation, to healthier joints, to even elevated mood. Cacao is another mood booster (and anti-inflammatory), which means that this smoothie won't just make your stomach happy, it might just make your brain a little happier, too! 

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Lavender Plum Pop

Used as a natural headache remedy for centuries, lavender is a calming, relaxing flower that can immediately perk up any smoothie. An orange provides a nice dose of vitamin C and beta-carotene, and a plum provides antioxidants, fiber, and is a low glycemic fruit. Ease into your day with this low sugar, low calorie treat that will nourish your whole body.

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Swiss Almond Cherry

Rich in beta carotene, vitamin C, and anthocyanins (flavanoids that may help with everything from cognitive function to fighting against cancer), cherries have a whole host of health benefits. The antioxidants in cherries have been shown to help ease soreness from a tough workout, and their melatonin content makes them excellent for helping with sleep/wake cycles. Add a dose of vitamin C from camu camu powder and an apple, and you have a light, energizing breakfast that's also great for your skin.

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Creamy Blueberry Cinnamon Swirl

Love yourself a cinnamon roll, but don't love all the calories and sugar that can come with it? This smoothie is a healthy version of that sweet treat, and includes a burst of special antioxidants from blueberries that help keep your brain in tip top shape. There's also anti-inflammatory power from cinnamon, iron from spinach, and potassium from a banana. Walnuts have recently been shown to help curb cravings, which means this sweet smoothie will actually help you eat less sugar.

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Pina Banana

Pineapple, banana and unsweetened shredded coconut combine to create a delicious island flavor (as well as add potassium, magnesium, vitamin C and healthy fats), while lucuma helps to sweeten everything up without adding additional sugar. Mild collard greens round things out with a serving of vitamins K and A, making this smoothie a healthy version of everyone’s favorite tropical drink, the pina colada.

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Cucumber Limeade

This smoothie is low in calories and sugar, but has a healthy serving of the good kind of fat our bodies need to sustain energy and even lose weight. This combination is excellent for warding off mid-afternoon blood sugar crashes, Even though this drink is light, hemp seed and applesauce help give it volume (thanks to a type of fiber called pectin), and swiss chard provides a nice serving of vitamins K, A, and C, as well as iron. Your skin, immune system and digestion will all be saying “thank you!” after you give this one a sip!

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Sweet Pineapple

An incredibly sweet fruit that’s low in calories but big in nutrients, pineapples are rich in vitamin C and manganese (a trace mineral that is essential for healthy bones). They also contain bromelain, a digestive enzyme that is helpful with digestion and decreasing inflammation. Add in an orange and lime for even more vitamin C, and sweet potato for beta-carotene, and you have a high protein, skin-loving treat. 

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Green Kiwi Protein

The popularity of kiwifruit in America began during WWII, when servicemen stationed in New Zealand first got a taste. While everyone thinks of oranges as being packed with vitamin C, just one cup of raw kiwi provides around 270 percent of your daily recommended amount, making it the perfect fruit for brightening your complexion from the inside out. Nectarines contain beta-carotene, another complexion-loving vitamin, and spinach is full of iron and vitamin K, essential nutrients for healthy bones and blood. Give your immune system a boost with this green dream.

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Mint Mojito

There’s nothing like a mojito on a warm summer night, but this version doesn’t just have the tropical flair of pineapple and the cooling sensation of mint, it’s also full of protein (thanks to hemp seed), and essential vitamins A and K (thanks to swiss chard). Because they so easily into smoothies and disappear into other recipes, pears can often be overlooked, but this low calorie, high fiber fruit is full of essential minerals like copper, iron and manganese.

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Blue Butterfly Pea Lemonade

Native to Southeast Asia, butterfly pea flower tea has a similar taste and health benefits to green tea, but no caffeine. It’s also been called “mood ring tea” for its cool color-changing abilities! The rest of the ingredients in this smoothie, honeydew, pear, lemon and yellow squash, are hydrating and fiber-filled, and the addition of almonds add a bit of healthy fat and protein. Pro Tip: For the full “mood ring” effect, brew the butterfly pea flower tea in ¼ cup of hot water for 2-3 minutes. This will turn the tea bright blue. If you add the lemon to the tea prior to blending, the liquid will turn purple. Isn’t nature cool?

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Kiwi Cantaloupe

Native to South America, yacon root has been shown to help with blood sugar regulation, and has even been connected to weight loss. Grapes are full of healthy, cancer-fighting polyphenols, and kiwi is practically bursting with vitamin C. Cashews round everything out with a healthy dose of fiber, protein, and Omega-3 fatty acids.

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Strawberry Orange Basil

Amp up your energy naturally with this sweet, earthy smoothie that works as a great meal replacement. Strawberries (folate, potassium, manganese) and basil (vitamins K and A) are a familiar warm weather combination, while orange (vitamin C) and grape tomatoes (fiber and lycopene) add a sweet acidity. Goji berries (vitamins A and B2) and walnuts (vitamin E and Omega-3s) round this refreshing smoothie out.

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Summer Strawberry Sunset

Did you know that strawberries have more vitamin C per serving than oranges or grapefruit? Clinical research shows that people who eat foods rich in vitamin C have fewer wrinkles and fine lines than people who don’t! This smoothie does double vitamin C duty with sweet strawberries and luscious blood orange. Further fight free radicals with antioxidant-rich, inflammation-fighting flaxseeds. The good fats in coconut and almond milk help smooth and tone the skin even more!

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Purple Pluot Zest

If you’ve never had a pluot, you’re in for a treat. A plum and apricot hybrid, pluots are sweet and super hydrating. They’re also full of vitamins C and A. Acai is a superfood that has a higher antioxidant content than other commonly eaten berries, and cashews have heart-protective monounsaturated fats. When you blend cashews they create a wonderfully creamy texture, which is offset perfectly by the tang of the other fruits in this smoothie. Think of this drink as a “sweet tart” you can drink -- and that’s insanely healthy for you!

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Goji Carrot Lime

With zero grams of fat, but almost 100 percent of your vitamin C needs, this smoothie is the perfect substitution for your daily orange juice. The best part? The addition of goji berries, which contain a healthy serving of fiber, protein, and essential amino acids. These little berries have also been studied for their ability to help increase the body’s sensitivity to glucose, therefore easing blood sugar spikes.

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Maqui Mint Mango

The Maqui Mint Mango will make you go “Mmm!” This fresh, fruity concoction is a pretty purple refresher. Blackberries and mangos may come from two totally different places, but they’re both full of antioxidants and natural sweetness. Blackberries have a high tannin content which helps ease intestinal issues, and mangos have probiotic benefits. Both are rich in vitamin C, as is maqui berry (also rich in calcium, iron and potassium!)

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Chocolate Cherry Sundae

Cherries reduce inflammation, have been shown to support brain function, and may even reduce soreness after a long workout at the gym. Add some cacao powder, which fights cardiovascular disease; walnuts, which are full of healthy fats; banana, which delivers the potassium your body craves; collard greens, which replace much needed iron, calcium, magnesium, and a little bit of protein, and you’ve got an amazing (and amazingly tasty) pre or post workout snack.

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Apple Ginger Lemonade

Ginger is an incredibly warming spice (making it excellent for flavoring coffees, teas and oatmeal during colder months), and in addition to being an anti-inflammatory powerhouse, researchers have concluded that regular consumption of ginger may help burn fat and steady glucose. An apple, cucumber and collard greens keep this low fat meal high in fiber, while sunflower seeds add healthy fats, vitamin E, copper and magnesium.

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Cool As A Cucumber

One way to ease any immune or nervous system stress is to make sure our body is hydrated and nutritionally balanced. This low calorie smoothie not only provides natural hydration from cucumber, but protein (from the all natural pea protein) vitamin C, K and A (from the kumquats and spinach), and fiber (from the apple). Fuel up without filling up, and give your body the kind of nutrients it craves during a busy day.

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Orange Rice Creamsicle

A “perfect protein” that contains all nine essential amino acids (which our bodies can’t produce on their own), hemp seed also contains omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, which promote cardiovascular and hormonal health. This little seed is the perfect secret weapon against a diet that’s recently been less than stellar. Combine it with noni fruit, which boosts immune response and lowers inflammation, vitamin C from orange, potassium and magnesium from banana, and vitamins A and K from spinach, and you’ve got a sweet treat that will help balance your body and mind.

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Pineapple Coconut Cream

With 62 percent of your daily calcium needs per serving, as well as a ton of anti-inflammatory power, this smoothie is a great way to keep your bones, immune system, and nervous system healthy. Full of protein, healthy fat and fiber, pumpkin seeds are the perfect way to make a light smoothie into a meal replacement, and swiss chard is full of vitamin K, vitamin A, magnesium and manganese. Add in some coconut yogurt to create an extra creamy texture, and you’ve got all the relaxation benefits of a tropical spa in a cup!

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Strawberry Orange Spritzer

One of the biggest benefits to eating flaxseed is the amount of lignans available per serving. Lignans are “fiber-related polyphenols” (antioxidants) that can actually help balance hormones, and may help fight against hormone-related cancers. Flax also contains both soluble and insoluble fiber, as well as healthy Omega-3 fatty acids. With all of these health benefits and a flavor that virtually disappears when blended, flaxseed is the perfect addition to any smoothie! This light, low sugar drink is also bursting with vitamin C thanks to strawberries, mini peppers and an orange.

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Lychee Kiwi Glow

If you want to have glowing skin, amping up the amount of vitamin C you eat every day is the perfect way to do it! Native to China, lychee fruits have more vitamin C per serving than oranges, as well as powerful antioxidants, copper and iron. Maqui berry, which has an extremely high amount of antioxidants, is also bursting with vitamin C, as are kiwis. Add in some pumpkin seeds, which are full of magnesium and zinc (minerals that are beneficial for skin), and hydrating coconut water, and you have a delicious, skin-purifying elixir.

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Yellow Beet Refresh

Slightly sweeter and less “earthy” tasting than red beets, yellow beets contain B-complex vitamins, magnesium, iron, and naturally-occurring nitrates -- which help improve blood flow to the heart and brain. Ginger and flaxseed are two superfoods full of anti-inflammatory power, and apple, orange and lemon are full of immune-boosting vitamin C. This smoothie not only boosts your immune system, but your complexion too, so you’ll look and feel like a million bucks.

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Apricot Lemon Energy

Extremely high in potassium and antioxidants, apricots are a luscious summer fruit that are only in season for a few short months. Grapes are full of immune-strengthening polyphenols, zucchini is full of vitamin A, magnesium, and even a small serving of Omega-3s, and lemon adds an alkalizing kick. Almonds, one of the healthiest snacks around, not only add more good fat and protein, but have been labeled literal “brain food” by researchers. Low in calories and fat, this smoothie is perfect for starting your day on a high note.

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Lemon Peach Rhubarb

Rhubarb and peach are traditional summer pie ingredients, so we decided to combine them into a bright, healthy smoothie. Both rhubarb and apple are high in fiber, ginger is full of anti-inflammatory antioxidants, peaches are bursting with complexion-loving vitamin A, swiss chard has a nice serving of both vitamin K and magnesium, and walnuts around everything out with healthy Omega-3s and vitamin E. Get your summer barbecue dessert fix with this low calorie smoothie, skin-beautifying snack!

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Noni Fruit Coconut Orange

A vitamin-packed, tropical vacation for a cold winter’s day, this low calorie smoothie has around 130 grams of skin and immune-boosting vitamin C (thanks to carrots, pineapples and an orange). There’s also a pinch of noni fruit, which has been shown to ease aches and pains, and coconut flakes, which bring both a dose of island flair and healthy fat. No matter what the weather's like outside, this snack will have you positively glowing.

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Orange Limeade

A vitamin C-packed smoothie that tastes like a farmer’s market, this low calorie drink will give your skin’s natural collagen production a little kick in the pants, as well as work to smooth out any wrinkles with the natural Omega-3s from hemp seeds. Everyone’s favorite super green, kale, is full of vitamin K (essential for strong bones), iron, and is also a great anti-inflammatory. If you’re looking to start your morning on a bright, energetic note, this smoothie is the breakfast for you!

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Creamy Carrot Mango

This vibrant orange smoothie will have you feeling bright and bushy-tailed! Crunchy carrot and creamy mango both contain high levels of antioxidants in the form of vitamins A and C. Both boost the immune system and are -- yes, the old carrot cliche! -- good for the eyes. Tart kiwi sneaks in even more vitamin C, and cashews and flaxseed provide healthy oils and fats to reduce inflammation and keep your brain as healthy as your body. This is the perfect meal replacement for a busy morning -- you may not even need that extra cup of coffee!

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Green Colada

Low in calories but high in fiber, kale (the original “super” green) is bursting with folate and magnesium. Hemp seeds have a great balance of Omega-3s and Omega-6 fatty acids (the best kind of fat for your body), and are also high in protein and fiber. Blend these two powerhouses with refreshing and tropical coconut water, and add some sweet pineapple, and you have a healthy meal replacement that might just transport you to a tropical island paradise!

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Coconut Nectarine

Close your eyes and imagine you’re on a tropical island with the help of this coconut-infused smoothie! Lucuma, a Peruvian superfruit that has iron, zinc and calcium, is often used an insulin-friendly natural sweetener. Nectarines are not only a delicious summer fruit, they’re also bursting with beta-carotene and vitamin C, as well as fiber and potassium. Add in an orange for an extra dose of sweetness (and more vitamin C), and swiss chard for vitamin A and vitamin K, and you have a green smoothie that tastes like a slice of beachy heaven.

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Blueberry Walnut Cobbler

One of the best ways to keep you body free from the pain of stress is to focus on fighting inflammation, and this smoothie is perfect for that! Full of fiber, potassium and inflammation fighting antioxidants, regular consumption of blueberries has recently been connected to a healthier brain. Full Omega-3 fatty acids (which also help reduce inflammation), copper and manganese, walnuts may help protect against certain types of cancer. Combine these two superfoods with vitamin C-infused oranges, heart healthy oats and anti-inflammatory cinnamon, and you’ve got a pie-in-a-glass that’s also great for your health.

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Mangosteen Morning

Mangosteen is a tropical fruit known for being high in fiber and low in calories, as well as having a good serving of vitamin C, magnesium and potassium. There have also been a few studies highlighting this delicate fruit’s ability to help fight against cancer, as well as its immune-boosting effects. Kiwis have about five times the amount of vitamin C found in an orange, and spinach is full of vitamin C and vitamin A. Get your immune system revved up while toasting to warm weather with this tropical, fruity smoothie!

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