Almond Ginger Monkey

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Almond Ginger Monkey Smoothie

This smoothie just sounds fun, doesn’t it?

The Almond Ginger Monkey is one of my favorite ways to start the morning. It is so creamy and delicious, while also packed with good-for-me ingredients, like hemp seeds and ginger, which are both highly anti-inflammatory.

It’s also a cinch to make, as these are ingredients that you tend (or at least, I do!) to have on hand all the time.

 

Benefits

Banana: Loaded with potassium, fiber, and b6, bananas support kidney, bone, and cardiovascular health. They are also great at normalizing elimination.

Ginger: Highly anti-inflammatory, ginger is an excellent digestive tract soother.

Almond Butter: Almonds are high in Vitamin E (for skin health) and a variety of minerals. They protect against cardiovascular disease, ward off hunger, and may even help you lose more weight.

Hemp Seeds: One of the best sources of plant-based protein, hemp is also loaded with anti-inflammatory Omega 3’s (for clear skin), and a variety of minerals, including magnesium (needed for energy) and manganese (builds strong bones and supports optimal thyroid health).

Water: Water hydrates our cells and helps remove toxins from our body. Adequate water is needed for clear and supple skin, efficient elimination, and muscle building (which is why you must drink water when you work out).

Almond Ginger Monkey Smoothie
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Ingredients
  1. 2 frozen bananas*
  2. 1-inch piece of ginger, peeled
  3. 1 tbs. organic raw almond butter or 1/4 cup raw almonds
  4. 3 tbs. hemp seeds
  5. 2 cups water
Instructions
  1. Place all ingredients in a high speed blender and blend until smooth.
Notes
  1. *Freeze overripe bananas by peeling them, breaking them into halves or quarters, put in a ziploc bag, and freeze. They make smoothies extra creamy and delicious.
Maria Marlowe http://mariamarlowe.com/
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    1. Oops, sorry about that, thanks for pointing that out! I added it in, but here is what I meant to include: *Freeze overripe bananas by peeling them, breaking them into halves or quarters, put in a ziploc bag, and freeze. They make smoothies extra creamy and delicious.

      1. That’s brilliant, thanks very much for updating. My husband and I can’t wait to try this! I’ve never heard of almond butter before so very much look forward to trying this in other recipes too! X

  1. Delicious!!!! Thank you for posting this smoothie. I was looking to try something different from the green smoothie and this one hit the spot!

  2. I am suffering with upper tract infection and am having difficulty improving. I am going to try your suggestions as 1000mg of vitamin c does not help. will let you know the outcome. I am grateful for such a sensible website.!

    sharleen butler

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