How to make the best protein smoothie you’ll ever taste

How to make the best protein smoothie you'll ever taste

Smoothies full of fruits, veggies and protein powder can pack a punch and provide your body with essential vitamins, nutrients and protein that you may not be getting in your daily diet. Smoothies can even serve as a meal replacement that doesn't skimp on taste and still fills you up so you can reach your weight loss goals. Start off your day with a smoothie in the morning, or use it as a snack in the middle of the day. Either way, if you're using the right ingredients, you'll never get bored with the taste and you certainly won't get bored with the results! Here's how to make a delicious tasting smoothie:

Add fruit
Not only does fruit equip the body with antioxidants, it keeps the immune system healthy and adds extraordinary flavor to your smoothie. Choose at least two of your favorite fruits, like bananas, berries, pears, apples, watermelon, peaches, kiwis or pineapple. They can be fresh or frozen – either way, you'll be getting the nutrients and a great taste. If you want to make your smoothie even more healthy, opt to add in some leafy greens (we promise you won't taste them) like kale, spinach or arugula.

Give it a boost of protein
Protein powders are a great way to promote muscle growth and can even assist in weight loss. Naturade Total Soy comes in both chocolate and vanilla flavors, and is low on sugar and calories but high on dietary fiber and taste! Soy protein may even help to lower cholesterol and promote heart health. Other protein boosters that can be used to make a delicious smoothie include:

Thicken it up
One of the key elements of a great-tasting smoothie is consistency. You don't want it to be too watered down, but make it too thick and it won't taste much like a smoothie anymore. Add some extra ingredients can help get it to that perfect consistency while still adding more nutrients. If you need to thicken it up, add some Greek yogurt for that creamy texture and a boost of probiotics. If it needs to be thinned out a bit, pop in a few ice cubes for a chilled treat.

Provide a touch of flavor
For the final finishing touch, add a bit of flavor to your meal or snack. They can often be enhanced by adding a bit of honey, maple syrup, dates, vanilla extract, mint or cinnamon. These add a a burst of flavor to your smoothie without giving you all those unneeded extra calories. Cinnamon is also especially good for your health, as it lowers cholesterol, reduces blood sugar levels and boosts cognitive function and memory, according to Organic Authority.

Now all that's left to do is enjoy!

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