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The big smoothie guide

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Smoothie is perfect for you with an active lifestyle and is an easy way to get what the body needs quickly, for breakfast, before/after training or as a snack. However, remember to maximize the nutritional content so that it does not only consist of fruit, berries and milk. Whether you want to be extra energetic, need to feed your intestines with live bacterial culture or unwind with adaptogens - boost it with what you need right now!

Tips for composing the ultimate smoothie!


  • Always add at least one vegetable, e.g. spinach, kale, broccoli, avocado, beetroot, celery or carrot.
  • Add something acidic like lemon or lime if you're making a green smoothie or a beetroot smoothie.
  • Ginger or turmeric, roots with good properties and taste.
  • Banana, dates or mango as sweetener.


  • Protein powder, for increased satiety and perfect after training.
  • Adaptogens such as chaga, cordyceps, lion's mane or reishi.
  • Matcha, contains antioxidants, L-theanine and caffeine. Perfect if you want an extra kick.
  • Coconut water, contains electrolytes.
  • Live Bacteria Culture, take the opportunity to stock up on lactic acid bacteria.
  • Raw Apple Cider Vinegar / Raw Raspberry Vinegar with Mother adds good bacteria. Studies show that the acetic acid in apple cider vinegar helps balance blood sugar levels when you eat carbohydrates.
  • MCT oil or Coconut oil, for increased satiety.
  • Nuts or nut spread contain both proteins and fats. Soak the nuts beforehand to remove hard-to-digest enzymes.
  • Chia seeds, rich in omega-3 and give a thicker texture.
  • Nutrient powder, for example spirulina, chlorella or wheat grass.