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Post-Workout Wild Blueberry & Greens Smoothie


  • roughly 2 cups of frozen wild blueberries

  • 2 big handfuls of spinach OR kale

  • 2 bananas (fresh or frozen)

  • sprinkle of flax seed

  • 1 big spoonful of all natural peanut butter

  • optional spoonful of honey (I like manukora honey for it's anti bacterial properties)

  • roughly 2 cups of oat milk


Add all ingredients to blender, slowly adding oat milk if needed depending on how thick you like your smoothies. Pour and enjoy!

For me, getting more fiber in my diet has always helped me reset and feel better physically.

"There is no such thing as protein deficiency in the United States. How many people do you know who were hospitalized last year for a protein deficiency?"

-Rip Esselstyn

Fiber however?

97% of Americans have a fiber deficiency.

Fiber carts off and carries the toxins out of our bodies.

Fiber, not protein, is listed as a nutrient of concern reported by the Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee.

And yet almost all of us are deficient in it.

By definition there is no fiber in meat, dairy, eggs, or processed junk food - all typical foods for the standard American diet.

Fiber is only in plants.

So how do we easily eat more fiber daily?

Smoothies are my favorite way.

And bonus this thick & creamy one is packed with fiber and protein just in case you aren't quite ready to give up that fitness-influenced ("we need so much protein") mindset yet.


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