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Pink Berry Smoothie

When you are looking for a lunch-time treat to keep you going through the afternoon, this Pink Berry Smoothie is just what you need!   This smoothie is designed specifically to keep your blood sugar levels stable, which is exactly what you need to take you through an afternoon of meetings, work or studying!

  • Portion: Serves 1  |  Time: 5 min  |  Equipment: Blender



  • 1 cup strawberries, fresh or frozen
  • 1/2 cup raspberries, fresh or frozen
  • 1 medium banana
  • 1 tablespoon almond nut butter
  • 1 cup nut milk of your choice
  • a few blocks ice (if you are using fresh berries)
  • # 1 teaspoon gratitude



While you are putting all the ingredients into your blender, take a few deep breaths and appreciate the beautiful and nutritious ingredients!


Blend everything together for about 30 seconds until smooth.  Pour in a glass and take your time to enjoy this delicious pink smoothie!

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4 Great Foods to

Keep Blood Sugar Levels Stable


When you are looking for a pick-me-up-carry-me-through-the-afternoon, these ingredients are great to keep your blood sugar levels stable to prevent that afternoon energy slump:


  • Strawberries are low in sugar which helps with blood sugar level control, and give you a boost of vitamin C!
  • Raspberries are great for immune function and help with iron absorption.
  • Bananas offer several antioxidants into the smoothie, and also helps to moderate blood sugar levels.
  • Almond nut butter is rich in vitamin E, an antixodiant, and also assists with blood sugar control as it is high in healthy fats, protein and fiber.


Nutritional Information Source: Healthline


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