Super Smoothie Recipe & Video

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Super smoothie!

Sup people.

So I took the last week off blogging, partly to have a bit of a break, partly to promote my eBook on plant based nutrition a little. And it’s been nice, thanks! But I’m back now, and I’ve got something a little different for you…

Yeah sure, it may appear to be just another smoothie recipe. But you’d be wrong there my friend…

This is a SUPER smoothie recipe. Yep, that’s super, not supper. As in, really good for you and makes you feel great, as opposed to the last meal of the day. This bad boy goes well any time, even if I say so myself…

Along with the recipe, I made a silly video about how to make it. So feel free to check that out too..


It’s purple, tastey, and full of goodness. All you need is:

  • 4-8 bananas (depending on appetite)
  • A handful of dates
  • An apple
  • Berries
  • Beetroot
  • Greens (Iused beetroot greens and broccoli)
  • A sprinkle of nuts and seeds
  • Water or nut milk
  • Ice

Blend all that up on high, and you’re done!!!

Let me know how it goes in the comments below.

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Luke Jones is a mover, blogger and wellness enthusiast. He spends his time exploring and sharing ideas in mindful movement, healthy living and adventure.

3 Responses to “Super Smoothie Recipe & Video

  • Hi, I love your blog. My diet is pretty good (could still do with improvement though!) but what would you recommend for someone is naturally slim and with a fast metabolism who wants to cut out all processed foods but still get in enough calories to ensure I don’t lose weight and maybe even gain a little muscle?

    • Thanks James!

      I think planning ahead can make a big difference initially when you’re transitioning away from processed foods. Sitting down and figuring out what meals you’re gonna eat for the week, then just buying the ingredients you need. You can then batch cook meals and freeze them for later in the week.

      Replacing processed snacks with whole food alternatives can be helpful too. Fruit, nuts, seeds, or homemade granola bars are great.

      In terms of building muscle, although it sounds too simple to be true, it really is just a case of eating more plant foods. Try upping your portion sizes slightly, eating more legumes, wholegrains and starchy veg like potatoes. You can use the site to track calorie intake if you’re in to that.

      Combine the diet with the right type of training and enough rest and recovery, and your body will adapt!

      Hope that helps a bit!


      • Guess I just need to up my portion sizes of food like potatoes, avocados and add olive oil etc to increase the calories.


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